Hugh Hewitt and ADF Senior Counsel and Vice President of U.S. Litigation David Cortman discuss the supreme court case surrounding the WWI Memorial in Bladensburg, Maryland. The American Humanist Association wants to tear down the memorial because it is in the shape of a cross.Read More »
The horrible reality of late-term abortion points to the horrible reality of abortion, period. The abortion-related legislation in the news in recent weeks reveals a progression in pro-abortion thinking: Late-term abortion is becoming a basic principle of the pro-abortion movement.
From the State of New York, to Rhode Island, Virginia and now Illinois, we are seeing legislation put forward that reveals the truth about abortion—the mask taken off, as it were.
We’re seeing the determination that abortion be available to any woman at any time for any reason or for no reason—even to the point that the advocates of abortion, who had basically tried to indicate that they understood third-trimester abortions to be different, now they’re saying they’re not different at all.
And we also have to acknowledge this follows their own deadly logic.
Either life is sacred and worth protecting … or it’s not.Read More »
Hugh and Duane discuss Hugh’s bizarre assumptions about what America thinks good bumper music is.Read More »
Townhall Review with Hugh Hewitt – February 16, 2019
Larry Elder looks at the trend toward socialism with a closer look at his home state, California. Sebastian Gorka talks with Lanhee Chen about the Green New Deal. Hugh Hewitt asks Senator Tom Cotton if his Congressional colleagues knew what they were doing when they endorsed the Green New Deal. Hugh Hewitt and retired Admiral James Stavridis, former head of the Southern Command, talk about what’s happening in Venezuela. Mike Gallagher talks with Texas state legislator Tan Parker about his efforts to combat the growing late-term abortion movement. Dennis Prager asks National Review’s Kyle Smith of the alleged attempted lynching of actor Jussie Smollet is real…or a hoax. Dennis Prager and economist Alex Epstein talk industrial progress and how the New Green Deal could reverse the progress. Dennis Prager asks Focus on the Family CEO Jim Daly about their efforts to counter the threat to life in the wake of the pro-abortion avalanche.Read More »
As soon as President Trump deleveraged by ending the partial government shutdown, it was inevitable that he’d only get a fraction of the money and miles of border barriers he wanted—at least for now.
Rather than quarreling about whether this is a win or not, Trump should use it as the stepping stone on the path to victory in 2020.
Trump will have pictures of new infrastructure along the border, the support of border patrol and stats demonstrating a decline in illegal crossings.
That will be more than enough evidence to wipe away the specific numbers on miles and dollars from the concerns of most voters, particularly his base.
He should take the deal and build on it.
Next: He should find an accommodation for DACA designees to cement his position as a leader who cares about the safety of human beings on both sides of the border.Read More »