The Senate Republicans’ plan to repeal and replace has stalled and appears to be pushed out past the 4th of July Weekend. All it took was a few Republican holdouts. Avid Roy, co-founder and president of the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity, and Tom Price, the Secretary of Health and Human Services, explained the healthcare situation with Hugh Hewitt. Sam Malone, from AM1070 The Answer in Houston, invited Stephen Moore, founder of the Club for Growth, to also weigh in on the healthcare debate. Larry Elder spoke with constitutional scholar John Eastman on the 9-0 Supreme Court decision upholding the temporary travel ban. David Cortman, senior council and vice president at Alliance Defending Freedom, discusses the biggest religious liberty case in decades. Prager laments his home state of California’s increasingly oppressive legislation, such as the travel ban, which as recently added Texas and Alabama to the growing list of eight states. Michael Medved interviews Laura Beth Nielson, a professor at Northwestern, on her personal effort to stop what she deems as hate speech. Medved then discusses the increasingly hyperbolic “people will die” mentality of Democrats.
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