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Hugh Hewitt: Agony in the Wake of Florida Shooting

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How can the slaughter of high school students be so polarizing? It is agonizing beyond any writer’s ability to convey, but a political football to begin another round of pro- and anti-Trump throwdowns?   I didn’t see that coming out of the sorrow from the Florida shooting.   It was...

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Michael Medved: A Lesson from Lincoln on President’s Day

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On the eve of Civil War, Abraham Lincoln concluded his First Inaugural Address with two sentences of incandescent eloquence: “Though passion may have strained it must not break our bonds of affection. The mystic chords of memory, stretching from every battlefield and patriot grave to every living heart and hearthstone...

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Albert Mohler: Heartbreak Behind the Headlines

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Once again: A school shooting. Once again: Tragedy stares us in the face. Once again: We have the report of numerous fatalities and an even larger number of those who are wounded. This time, it was a high school in Parkland Florida—and the questions come, the questions that are inevitable...

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School Shooting Stuns America, Betsy DeVos Responds

School Shooting

Following the Florida school shooting,  U.S Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, sits in with Hugh Hewitt to discuss what can and should not be done about it. Mike Gallagher invites Byron York, columnist for the Washington Examiner , to share about the ongoing controversy surrounding the Justice Department and Michael Flynn. Bill Kristol, the founder of The Weekly Standard , highlights the cascading...

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Lanhee Chen: A Spending Problem

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President Trump earned significant praise for his first State of the Union Address—and for good reason. It presented an affirmative vision for what unified Republican governance can accomplish. It also laid out policy priorities to keep the homeland secure and strengthen our economy. One thing that was missing, however, was any mention...

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Jerry Bowyer: It’s the Economy, Stupid!

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In the election of 1992 James Carville and Democrats famously said: “It’s the economy, stupid.” And they kept saying it through the reelection and the impeachment defense. Clinton argued that elites were disconnected from the kitchen table economic concerns of ordinary Americans and caught up in wedge issues and the...

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Jittery Markets, the Memo and a defender of Masculinity

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Townhall Review — February 10, 2018 Kimberly Strassel, of the Wall Street Journal , speaks with Dennis Prager about why the howling and protests came from Democrat, FBI, and Justice Department members following the release of “ the memo.”  Mike Gallagher catches up with CNBC’s Larry Kudlow for an analysis on the economy, of which the Dow Jones Industrial tanked spectacularly...

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Hugh Hewitt: The Key Point on the FISA Memo

FISA

The recent release of the memo from GOP Rep. Devin Nunes revealed one major fact that stands out above all other revelations: The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court warrant-or FISA warrant on Carter Page (and the three subsequent renewals of the warrant) omitted a material fact. While the FBI admitted that the information...

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Albert Mohler: The Education Bill and the Future of Religious Liberty

Handmaid’s Tale

Congress is currently considering the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act of 1965. And we should all sit up and take note. Sometimes legislation that looks almost innocuous is anything but; sometimes legislation that will have historic and long-lasting effect doesn’t go by any name that would get the citizens’ attention;...

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Albert Mohler: A Government Ministry of Loneliness

Handmaid’s Tale

One of the saddest headlines I’ve seen in a very long time comes to us in the New York Times. The headline article : “U.K. Appoints a Minister for Loneliness.”   A 2017 report indicated that “more than 9 million Britons often or always feel lonely.”   The extremes of age are identified...

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