Sebastian Gorka turns to Joe diGenova, former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, to talk about alleged spying under the Obama administration on the Trump campaign.Read More »
Duane offers some additional analysis on the rollout of Joe Biden’s presidential campaign.Read More »
“Christianity under attack? Sri Lanka church bombings stroke far-right anger in the West.”
That was the headline in the Washington Post the day after the world learned the Easter Sunday church bombers were radical Islamist terrorists.
It seems the Post isn’t sure if Christianity is under attack. But it is sure only the “far-right” is upset about the massacre of “Easter worshippers,” as they term them.
Historically, the Left has used perceived persecution to accrue power—so they are reticent to have Christians benefit from actual persecution, thus they use the label “Easter worshippers”—as if it’s a spring festival of sorts.
This is how identity politics works and it is at work in the coverage of the slaughter of Christian innocents.
Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and leading Democrats all used “Easter worshippers” language, generating much-deserved pushback.
No atrocity is so great as to prevent the Left’s pursuit of power.Read More »
Hugh Hewitt talks with Utah Senator Mike Lee, author of, “Our Lost Declaration: America’s Fight Against Tyranny from King George to the Deep State.”Read More »
Hugh and Duane talk about Hugh taking yet another couple days off, and how that somehow translates into Duane never being around to produce.Read More »
During his news conference late last week, Attorney General William Barr communicated clearly and with confidence and authority the “bottom line” that neither President Trump, nor any member of his campaign or family colluded with Russia’s attack on our 2016 election. Barr did exactly what the chief law enforcement officer of the United States should do: explain the law and the decision in this matter.
Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III made the first call. Barr made the second call. Now, the lightly redacted report has been presented to the Congress and to the people.
Many commentators will continue to ignore the “first rule of holes”: When in one, stop digging.
But we are not done. The attorney general soon will have the report of the inspector general reviewing the actions at the highest levels of the FBI and the intelligence community during the 2016 campaign and during the transition—and there are a host of issues that demand inquiry.
Who exactly is lawyering up now?Read More »
The recent election in Israel led to a big win for Benjamin Netanyahu, who is now headed to an unprecedented fifth term as Israel’s prime minister.
Netanyahu’s Likud party will likely be able to assemble a coalition government of some 65 seats in the 120-member Knesset, the Israeli Parliament.
All this comes as Netanyahu has been repeatedly charged with corruption, including recent charges coming from prosecutors.
So what’s going on here?
Simply put: Israel is at the moment experiencing a notable stability—economically and militarily. It was a vote for stability.
And: Israel, make no mistake, is surrounded by enemies. Netanyahu has kept up the heat, most particularly on Iran. He has made very clear that Israel will defend itself over against any kind of incursion by its enemies. It was a vote for security.
It was a remarkable victory.Read More »