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What Went Wrong For Ted Cruz

Fred Barnes of the Weekly Standard joined Mark Davis on the Hugh Hewitt Show to conduct a post mortem of sorts on the Ted Cruz campaign. Barnes suggests that the main two causes of death for Cruz were that he could not broaden his base and he became obsessed with process, rather than message and vision. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website at Hughniverse.com.

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How Donald Trump Can Court National Security Conservatives

Senator Jim Talent joined Mark Davis on the Hugh Hewitt Show to suggest a few things that Donald Trump might do to appeal to national security conservatives. Among his suggestions were a change in Trump’s rhetoric regarding America’s allies: rather than treating America’s troops as mercenaries defending other nations, recognize that alliances are key to protecting U.S. interests. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website at Hughniverse.com.

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Prager: “I’d rather have a Republican fraud [Trump] than a Democratic fraud [Hillary]”

Dennis Prager joined the Larry Elder Show on Monday to briefly explain why he will reluctantly vote for Donald Trump in November if he is the Republican nominee. Join Dennis Prager’s premium content website at Pragertopia.com. [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/262325479″ params=”color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]

 

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Ted Cruz with Mike Gallagher on the Eve of the Indiana Primary

Presidential candidate Ted Cruz joined the Mike Gallagher Show on Monday to discuss Donald Trump’s liberal policies and the media’s willingness to go soft on him. Gallagher and Cruz also talk about Cruz’s ground game and the possibility of an open convention.

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Medved: Clear Visions Replace Hollywood’s Religious Blind Spot

The year is still young, but 2016 already looks like a big success in terms of faith-friendly films from Hollywood:

“Miracles from Heaven” features Jennifer Garner in the finest performance of her career in a true story about a mother struggling to maintain her Christian beliefs as her daughter battles a desperate illness.

“God’s Not Dead 2” follows up on the surprise hit of two years ago and dramatizes the fight of a public school teacher whose career is threatened when she tries to give a student an honest answer to a question about Jesus.

In “Risen,” Joseph Fiennes plays a Roman officer in Jerusalem assigned to investigate the disappearance of Christ’s body and “The Young Messiah” imagines dramatic scenes from the childhood of Jesus.

Now, all of these films are skillfully made and their thought-provoking, and each of them has enjoyed significant box office success. A new clarity of vision is replacing Hollywood’s old blind-spot concerning films for religious audiences.

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Dennis Prager talks Culture of Death with Professor

Richard Weikart, professor of history at California State Univ., Stanislaus and a senior fellow at the Discovery talks to Dennis about this dangerous culture of death.

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Hewitt: All Eyes On Indiana

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All eyes are on Indiana as the race for the GOP presidential nomination heads into its home stretch of 10 states. First up—and all important—is Indiana.

Although it would not be impossible for the convention to end up denying Donald Trump the Republican nomination if the Manhattan tycoon wins the Hoosier State, it will be very difficult at best to see other than that happening if Trump wins Indiana’s 30 delegates that go to the plurality winner of the state.

If, on the other hand, Ted Cruz wins those 30 votes and a chunk of the remaining 27 awarded on a basis of three per congressional district, the last nine states will be intensely competitive, indeed, unlike anything else we have seen in modern politics.

Cruz will be arguing that he is conservatism’s last best hope in 2016.  Donald Trump will argue that he is expanding the GOP in necessary ways to beat Hillary Clinton in the fall.

Stay tuned for the most important primary of the 2016 cycle.

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