Commentary

Medved: No Plausible Path to Victory

Public-opinion polls show Hillary Clinton consistently crushing Donald Trump in trial-heats but some Trump true-believers insist he could somehow still win. In Politico, computer modeling showed he’d first need to double the percentage of black voters won by Mitt Romney—which might be possible without Obama on the ballot. Second, he’d...

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Medved: The Folly of Making Unnecessary Enemies

When our children were still in pre-school, we tried to teach them an important lesson: don’t pick fights with your classmates, and don’t start pointless feuds with your teachers. Apparently, Donald Trump hasn’t learned that lesson. After a press conference, his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, grabbed and pushed reporter Michelle...

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Hewitt: An Open And Orderly Convention

Hugh Hewitt Dennis Prager

It’s been more than 50 years since the GOP convened a convention when the nominee wasn’t at least “almost certainly” known. The prospect of an “open convention” terrifies some and absolutely thrills others. It will all come to order on July 18 in Cleveland. When will it end? … well,...

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Mohler: A Future for Christian Colleges in the NCAA?

Inside Higher Ed recently reported that over 80 lesbian, gay and transgender organizations are petitioning the NCAA to cut ties with any religious college that discriminates against transgender students by requesting a Title IX waiver. Title IX limits or prevents federal funding to institutions that discriminate on a number of...

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Hewitt: Electability

Hugh Hewitt Dennis Prager

My ritual declarations of neutrality are less and less persuasive to more and more people diving into the scrum that is the GOP presidential nomination process. But my radio show remains open to all three of the GOP candidates still in the field, and all can continue to expect fair...

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The Promise of Easter

This Sunday is Easter, a great celebration day for Christians. The Church bears a mandate to proclaim the truth that God raised Jesus Christ from the dead. The resurrected Lord gave the Church a sacred commission to take the gospel—the message of Christ’s victory over sin and death—throughout the world....

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Mohler: Genocide

Secretary of State John F. Kerry has formally declared that the Islamic State extremist group has committed genocide against Christians and other religious minorities, including Shiite Muslims, in its rampages across the Middle East. The Secretary of State was responding to a deadline set by Congress of March 17 and,...

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Hewitt: Terror In Brussels

Hugh Hewitt Dennis Prager

Tuesday’s attacks in Brussels provide only the latest example of the real and growing threat from radical Islam. Our hearts go out to the injured and the families of the dead and of all those impacted by what appears to be only the latest act of barbarism from the Islamic...

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Medved: Blame Uncertainty, Not “Amnesty,” for Rubio’s Fall

Conventional wisdom says Marco Rubio’s co-sponsorship of immigration reform in 2013 doomed his presidential candidacy, allowing opponents to smear him as advocating “amnesty.” Well actually, that reform bill never authorized amnesty but it did provide a difficult path to legal status—a position that most Republicans, and even bigger majorities of...

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Medved: Why Do We Choose the Leaders We Hate the Most?

Major polls seem to agree that the two most unpopular politicians in the country are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The latest Wall Street Journal poll shows 49 percent of Americans holding “strongly negative” views of Mr. Trump—with only 11 percent who feel “strongly positive.” In other words, by a...

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Mohler: A Moral Universe Turned Upside Down

The growing gap between the Judeo-Christian worldview and the operational worldview of the secular world around us was made graphically clear in a headline article that appeared in Saturday’s edition of the Los Angeles Times. Patrick McGreevy writes: “Aid-in-dying law to take effect June 9 in California.” The headline news...

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Tommy, You’ve Got to Leave

The New York Times recently released an article headlined, “The Parent-Child Discussion That So Many Dread.” No, it’s not the one you are thinking about. The subheading explains, “Making sense of Donald Trump’s behavior in terms a 10-year-old can grasp.” Sarah Lyall reported on one set of parents in Sacramento...

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Hewitt: Statesmen

Hugh Hewitt Dennis Prager

In a week of spectacle and rising rhetoric and temperatures, the image of two quiet men sitting stands out for me. Former United States Secretary of State George Schultz and former California Governor and United States Senator Pete Wilson sat stoically at the funeral for Nancy Reagan. Schultz and Wilson...

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Thornbury: Trading Insults

Greg Thornbury

In an interview with MSNBC Wednesday night, Marco Rubio expressed regret over his recent mockery of Donald Trump in the ramp up to Super Tuesday. In the space of just a couple of days, he managed to make fun of the GOP front-runner’s hair, his tan and, well, his manhood....

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