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Jerry Bowyer: The Prospects of a Biden Foreign Policy

Former Vice President Joe Biden is running on a campaign of returning to the Obama years. But, when it comes to foreign policy, that could end up being a disaster.

Under the Obama-Biden administration, the greater Middle East collapsed into revolution and civil war. Their administration helped overthrow the government of Libya, extending a war that has killed thousands and has drawn in a host of foreign actors. They gave arms to Syrian rebels—arms which later fell into the hands of terrorists. The Syrian Civil War has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands.

Biden’s plan includes a continuation of Obama’s interventionist ideology and a pivot away from the peace initiatives we’ve seen from Trump in the recent Abraham Accords. Biden has made a habit of picking fights and embracing bad actors.

Trump has brought the Middle East closer to peace. A President Biden may pull it back into chaos.

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America Approaches the Crossroads

Townhall Review – October 31, 2020

Hugh Hewitt and Arizona Senator Martha McSally talk about her re-election campaign against former astronaut Mark Kelly.

Charlie Kirk talks about a battleground state that could ultimately decide who our next president is; that state is Pennsylvania.

Salem staged virtual “Townhall Forums” earlier this month with Dennis Prager, Larry Elder, Sebastian Gorka, and Charlie Kirk to talk about the election and other challenges facing our country.

Hugh Hewitt talks with North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis about the battle for control of the Senate and his Senate challenger, Democrat Cal Cunningham.

Charlie Kirk talks about damaging email evidence found in a laptop computer that allegedly belonged to Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.

Mike Gallagher talks about his concern about the reliability of mail-in ballots.

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Mohler: Defying the Accommodationist Temptation

The 2020 election is now before us.

I didn’t vote for Donald Trump in 2016, but I’ve already voted for Donald Trump in 2020.

Four years ago, I made an argument against him based on character. I still believe in the necessity of character for public office, but I’ve had to think more deeply about how character is evaluated in a given historic context.

In 2016, I doubted that Donald Trump would fulfill his campaign promises about the sanctity of life. I was wrong.

In his first term, President Trump has staked his place in history, defied the accommodationist temptation and given pro-life Americans more than any other president.

I voted for and I hope for the election of Donald Trump and the Republican ticket for a second term. I also hope for a continued Republican majority in the United States Senate. I do so precisely because of my convictions.

May God bless the United States of America, and may this nation bless the nations of the world.

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Hugh Hewitt: Trump’s Biggest Bet

With just days now before Election Day, President Trump has been making his biggest bet: that the portion of the American electorate living between the coasts knows what is in its own best interest.

He thinks these Americans know that their interests—economic, cultural, familial—diverge sharply from the coastal elites.

Trump has taken up the case for folks between the coasts and states at the margin. He’s counting especially on voters in Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin—and turnout is going to be enormous.

The turnout issue means that—for first time since I started watching politics closely—a blowout in either direction is genuinely possible.

I hope you’ve made your plans to vote—and make sure to remind those in your world to get out and vote.

America is at a crossroads—with two starkly different visions for the future of the nation we love.

Whatever the result: Don’t regret not doing your part.

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Power Hungry Democrats Seek Permanent Majority: Bob Frantz with Pete Kirsanow

Bob Frantz talks with Pete Kirsanow, attorney and a member of the United States Commission on Civil Rights,  about the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett, separation of powers, defunding of police backlash,  voter fraud, and authoritarian democrats seek a permanent majority in congress. They also discuss Joe Biden’s latest gaffe on phasing out fracking and oil.

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Hugh Hewitt: The American People Deserve to Know

Attorney General William Barr should appoint a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden’s financial dealings and any involvement of former Vice President Joe Biden—and Barr should do so immediately, before the election, pursuant to the regulations that govern the Department of Justice and special counsels.

If the emails on Hunter Biden’s computers are found to be genuine, there appears to be the basis for a criminal investigation—one that could be conducted with dispatch—about whether Joe Biden profited from his son’s activity and failed to report it, whether they failed to register as agents of a foreign power. Whatever the election results on November the 3rd—Biden or Trump— the Department will face an inevitable conflict in conducting any inquiry into the so-called “laptop from hell”—and thus the need to establish a special counsel now.

So set up a special counsel from outside the beltway—and give him or her the same resources Robert Mueller had, and as broad a writ to investigate the Bidens as Mueller received for his “Trump Hunt.”

Let’s find out what happened.

Then the American people can trust the end result.

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