Hugh Hewitt invites Robert Kaplan, managing director at Eurasia Group, to share details from his article, “America Must Prepare for the Coming Chinese Empire.”Read More »
Hugh and Duane preview what the Normandy cruise might look like on board, and also discuss what non-sequitur means, especially when listening to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez talk.Read More »
The Supreme Court has decided that a cross memorializing the fallen of WWI can remain.
As important as the ruling is, the count might be even more so. The court voting 7-2—with Sotomayor and the aging Ruth Bader Ginsburg voting against allowing the stone monument in Maryland to remain.
Let’s be clear: Writing for the majority, Justice Alito argued that tearing down this cross would not be an act of religious neutrality, it would be an act of anti-religious destruction.
No sensible person thinks for a moment that allowing that cross to stand is an endorsement of Christianity. It was a beautiful tribute honoring the service and sacrifice of the fallen.
Justice Ginsburg has become a left-wing folk hero of sorts. She wanted to tear down a cross which the mothers of the fallen erected a century ago.
Thank goodness her voice was in the minority opinion.Read More »
Hugh and Duane conduct an anatomy of IT problems that can almost plague an otherwise fine radio show.Read More »
Perhaps you are familiar with the magazine Teen Vogue—the edition of the fashion magazine targeting 12 and 13-year-old girls.
Now, this doesn’t sound possible, but it is: Teen Vogue has published an article advocating prostitution—advocating “sex work”—to young teen girls.
The title of the piece speaks for itself: “Why Sex Work is Real Work.” The author argues such work can be, “affirming for many people who need human connection, friendship, and emotional support.”
This is unimaginable: When you consider the fact that these young girls are among the key targets of sex traffickers—and the numbers of sex trafficking crimes are skyrocketing—we’re watching more than a moral revolution.
This is an explosion. This is a moral bomb going off.
Sometimes today, parents don’t know something because they don’t want to know.
That’s not an option; not for parents who care about their childrenRead More »
Hugh and Duane discuss Duane’s first day back after honeymoon in Bora Bora.Read More »