Hugh Hewitt talks with Jim Daly, President and CEO of Focus on the Family about the promo video Drew Brees made for “Bring Your Bible to School Day” that that stirred up much controversy in the LGBTQ community. Check out the memo Alliance Defending Freedom made for children to bring with them to school that spells for their teachers the right of each student to bring their Bible to school.Read More »
Townhall Review – September 7, 2019
Hugh Hewitt talks judges with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Seth Leibsohn and Alex Berenson talk about his book, “The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness and Violence,” and the recent U.S. Surgeon General’s statement on the dangers of recreational marijuana.
Hugh Hewitt talks with former congressman Jason Chaffetz about his book, “Power Grab: The Liberal Scheme to Undermine Trump, the GOP, and Our Republic.”
Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Jim Campbell about a case before the Kentucky Supreme Court concerning a Christian print shop owner being persecuted for refusing to print gay pride t-shirts.
Dennis Prager looks at how far we have fallen in as a religious nation.Read More »
Townhall Review – August 31, 2019
Hugh Hewitt asks retired Admiral James Stavridis about why President Trump is headed to Poland after returning from France and the G-7 conference.
Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with David Drucker of the Washington Examiner about Chinese economic relations and how it may affect President Trump’s second term quest.
Hugh Hewitt talks with Arizona Governor Doug Ducey about his states’ “Stop Order” solution to stopping mass shootings.
Jennifer Horn talks with Gregg Jarrett of Fox News about the Obama administration’s attempts to undermine the Trump 2016 campaign and then sink his presidency.
Dennis Prager talks with Mary Grabar about her expose’ book, “Debunking Howard Zinn: Exposing Fake History that Turned a Generation Against America.”
Mike Gallagher looks at Joe Walsh, Republican, and former Congressman, who just announced that he will challenge President Trump in the upcoming primaries.Read More »
Mark Davis invites Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Jim Campbell to share the latest on a case in Kentucky that forced t-shirt print shop owner Blaine Adamson to print shirts that violated his religious beliefs. The case is Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission v. Hands On Originals.Read More »
Liberals have used the courts for decades to carry out their agenda of social change. From Roe vs. Wade’s constitutional right to abortion to the more recent protection of same-sex marriage, courts have become an engine of social change.
The death penalty seems to be the next target for social change, either through the courts or by governors. When the U.S. Department of Justice recently announced it would resume carrying out the federal death penalty, presidential candidate Kamala Harris attacked it as “immoral and deeply flawed” while Joe Biden reversed yet one more long-held position and said it was wrong.
Meanwhile in California, even though voters twice upheld the death penalty, Governor Gavin Newsom has suspended it.
Questions like the death penalty should be decided by the people and their elected representatives, not by elite courts and lone ranger governors who think they know better.Read More »
The aftermath of the recent mass murders was a revealing one for today’s Democratic Party.
Indeed, almost all the leading Democratic candidates for president chose in the week following the horrors in El Paso and Dayton to pivot their main message from “Trump and Russia” to “Trump and racism.” At least five candidates went so far as to brand President Trump as a, believe it or not, white supremacist.
It’s repulsive rhetoric. It’s the “basket of deplorables” talk on steroids, and it says to every Trump supporter: “You, too, are a white supremacist.”
I don’t believe Trump is a racist, much less a white supremacist. This sort of rhetoric is incendiary and dangerous. It’s also politically self-destructive and so absurd as to be laughable but for its repetition.
But the Democratic candidates do not wish to argue, debate and persuade. They wish to smear and exclude. They have exploited the nation’s shock and fear to do so.
They should turn back.Read More »