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Michael Medved on the Confirmation of Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education

The Democrats were able to peel two votes from the Republican caucus to oppose the confirmation of Betsy DeVos for the next Secretary of Education, causing a tie in the Senate. VP Mike Pence broke that tie, meaning that DeVos will be the next Sec. of Education. Michael Medved plays some clips of Democrats blasting away at DeVos before Pence cast his vote to confirm her. Join Michael Medved’s premium content website at MedvedMedhead.com.

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Dr. Sebastian Gorka on the Mike Gallagher Show

Dr. Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Trump, joined the Mike Gallagher Show to discuss the legality of Trump’s executive order regarding immigration from seven nations with serious terrorism issues. Join Mike Gallagher’s premium content website at MikeOnlineGold.com.

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John Avlon’s New Book: “Washington’s Farewell”

John Avlon appeared on the Hugh Hewitt Show to discuss his recently released book, “Washington’s Farewell: The Founding Father’s Warning to Future Generations.” Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website at Hughniverse.com.

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NYU Professor Screams at NYPD to Beat Up Trump Supporters

Trump has been driving the left crazy. One of the latest examples is a NYU professor screaming at the NYPD to beat up Trump supporters [Townhall]. Michael Medved reports. Join Michael Medved’s premium content website at MedvedMedhead.com.

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Krauthammer: Reid Deserves Some Credit for Gorsuch

From Charles Krauthammer:  There are many people to thank for the coming accession of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Donald Trump for winning the election. Hillary Clinton for losing it. Mitch McConnell for holding open the high court seat through 2016, resolute and immovable against furious (and hypocritical) opposition from Democrats and media. And, of course, Harry Reid. God bless Harry Reid. It’s because of him that Gorsuch is guaranteed elevation to the court. In 2013, as Senate majority leader, Reid blew up the joint. He abolished the filibuster for federal appointments both executive (such as Cabinet) and judicial, for all district and circuit court judgeships (excluding only the Supreme Court). Thus unencumbered, the Democratic-controlled Senate packed the lower courts with Obama nominees. Reid was warned that the day would come when Republicans would be in the majority and would exploit the new rules to equal and opposite effect. That day is here (Washington Post).  A look at the many Democrats who backed Gorsuch in ’06 and are still there today (Fox News).  Jonah Goldberg looks at the “scorched-earth warfare over Supreme Court confirmations” (Townhall).

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THR 2/4/17: Trump’s Monumental Announcement of Judge Gorsuch

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This week, President Donald Trump nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch of the Tenth Circuit to fill Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat on the Supreme Court. Hugh Hewitt speaks to Leonard Leo, senior adviser to President Trump on judicial selections, about Judge Gorsuch. Hewitt also confers with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley about what we can expect from the confirmation process. Larry Elder examines President Trump’s controversial executive order temporarily halting all immigration and influx of refugees from seven countries deemed to pose a security risk to the United States. Michael Medved explains that this executive order is not a Muslim ban. Mike Gallagher speaks with Lila Rose, founder of Live Action, about the recent March for Life in Washington D.C. ESPN tennis analyst Doug Adler joins Larry Elder to defend himself against the false charges of racism that got him fired. Finally, Dennis Prager looks at British scientists’ decision to do away with the term “expectant mother.”

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Schumer: Gorsuch Will Need 60 Votes

He called it “the right thing to do” (The Hill).  A look at notable cases under Gorsuch (National Review).  From Bill Donahue:  He has a towering intellectual reputation, having studied at Columbia, Harvard, and Oxford. He is not an ideologue bent on affirming his politics in law. He is a judge who understands the dangers that assisted suicide and euthanasia pose to the most vulnerable members of society. He is a man who values religious liberty, holding that conscience rights are paramount (Catholic League).  From a Newsweek lefty:  Federal Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, must not be confirmed. Democrats must fight it to the bitter end. The preservation of the final, tattered remains of American constitutional government demands it.  This has nothing to do with Gorsuch as a nominee. On first assessment, there is no doubt he is eminently qualified, perhaps more so than several other sitting justices were at the time of their nomination (Newsweek).  His selection has Planned Parenthood in a panic (Life News). McConnell and Grassley assured Hugh Hewitt Gorsuch will make it through the process (Hugh Hewitt).

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