Hugh Hewitt and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo talk about how wherever the United States goes, it is a force for good, including countries like Hong Kong.Read More »
Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley about her book, “With All Due Respect – Defending America with Grit and Grace.”Read More »
“Federal judge nullifies conscience rule backed by Trump White House.”
That was a recent headline in the New York Times, reporting on the new rule—now vacated—where the Trump administration sought to extend additional conscience protections, especially for medical practitioners and medical institutions.
What we’re seeing today is an alarming willingness to sacrifice conscience on the altar of abortion and the transgender revolution.
Of course, many of the hospitals where there is conscientious objection are Catholic or Protestant or Jewish.
The attitude today is very revealing. It comes down to essentially this:
“We are thankful that you established all these schools and these hospitals, but we will take them now because we’re going to operate them by entirely secular norms in keeping with the LGBTQ revolution and the demand for abortion and all the rest. Just give us the keys, thank you very much.”
Now, more than ever, we must defend these rights of conscience.Read More »
Townhall Review – November 16, 2019
Sebastian Gorka and Ari Fleischer, former Press Secretary for President George W. Bush, talk about the beginning day of the House impeachment hearing.
Hugh Hewitt and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo talk about Chinese relations and Hong Kong.
Sebastian Gorka talks with Candace Owens about her conversion from liberal to conservative.
Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley about her book, “With All Due Respect – Defending America with Grit and Grace.”
Mike Gallagher and Ed Morrissey, of HotAir.com, talk about the Northwestern University newspaper’s coverage of a speaking appearance by former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the firestorm that followed.Read More »
As the House gets started with public hearings on impeachment, we should start thinking of how this partisan impeachment will play out if it reaches the Senate.
I’ve been leaning on the insight of Kelly Johnston—a former secretary of the Senate.
He says a critical moment will arise as soon as any “Articles” arrive in the Senate, but before any substantive proceedings occur. Under rules, the Senate must approve a “Motion to Proceed” to consider the articles.
At the first sign of objection from a Senator, McConnell should move to shut the whole thing down, saying, effectively:
“This far and no farther. We will not put our nation at risk of a future littered with these sort of vendettas dressed in the garb of impeachment. We won’t ever approve a purely partisan Article of Impeachment for trial.”
And the thus the Senate would flush these articles of impeachment from the record as it stands today.Read More »