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THR 10/8/16: Voters Find Hillary’s VP Also Unlikeable

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The Washington Examiner’s Byron York joined Hugh Hewitt on his show to talk about Tim Kaine’s primary goal to interrupt Gov. Mike Pence at the Vice Presidential debate. Dennis Prager says that Kaine was like a wind-up toy. How will the GOP heal its divisions? Hewitt spoke with National Review columnist Jonah Goldberg. Prager discusses why America needs to be the world’s policeman with former Prime Minister of Denmark Anders Rasmussen. Medved reports that too many guys are having more fun playing videos games and living in mom’s basement than getting a job. Dodgers’ announcer Vin Scully recently signed off for the last time. Hewitt sat down with Scully a few years ago. In the wake of former President of Israel Shimon Pares’ death, Medved invited former ambassador to Israel Michael Oren on his show.

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Hewitt: Basement Dwellers

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A tape was recently released from yet another Hillary Clinton fundraiser.

Earlier in this election cycle she called one quarter of the American people “deplorable” and “irredeemable.”

This time she referred to Millennials specifically and Bernie Sanders supporters generally as frustrated basement-dwellers who wanted to join the revolution. Some of them are upset about being baristas.

It remains to be seen if candid Clinton audio is replayed as often (or even 10 percent as often) as was the candid audio of Mitt Romney when he said “47 percent” in 2012, but the latest hidden mic twist is already rolling out and causing problems across the virtual political landscape for Clinton .

The former secretary of state has accumulated grievances over the years; the power she would wield as president is enormous.

The potential consequences for those who aren’t “with her” are worrisome.

I hope you have a basement in which to hide should she win.

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Hillary Hoping Al Gore Will Help Pick Up Elusive Youth Vote

Hillary is leaning on the insanity of Mr. Global Warming on the campaign trail (Politico).  A left-wing millennial is already complaining about the Gore decision (CNN).  CBS News did another one of those glowing stories on the need for blacks to vote for Hillary (CBS News).  Meanwhile, going after Trump with all they have, CNN’s top story at dinner time Wednesday was all about Trump interviewing Playboy models 20years ago (CNN).  John McCain blistered the media for twisting Trump’s words on PTSD (Daily Caller).

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Hewitt: Cast Your Vote

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As we approach the election, we want to remind all of our listeners that voting registration deadlines are approaching. Remember: If you’ve moved to a new state, you need to register immediately as some states have deadlines approaching.

Let me encourage you to support Donald Trump and Republican senators in your state—and the Republican House members on the ticket.

We do so with special attention to the courts:

The new president and Senate need to act jointly on the critical vacancy on the Supreme Court created when Justice Scalia died. He was a bulwark of religious liberty and freedom of expression and he needs to be replaced by a like-minded jurist. This can be possible only with a Trump presidency and a Republican Senate.

Keep this in mind as you register—and then cast your vote. A president’s term is only four years. Federal judges serve for life. This election will shape the court for as many as 40 years.

Vote as though your liberty depends upon it, for it does.

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Mohler: Destroying Embryos for Genetic Research

National Public Radio recently reported that a scientist in Sweden is attempting to edit the DNA of healthy human embryos.

Even proponents of embryonic genetic research admit that this is riddled with enormous problems.

Rob Stein, reporting for NPR, explains, “Making changes to the DNA in human embryos could accidentally introduce an error into the human gene pool, inadvertently creating a new disease that would be passed down for generations.”

The Swedish scientist attempts to allay fears by promising that he will only allow the human embryos to develop for 14 days before destroying them.

Now just consider what’s embedded in those last few words. He assures us that he would never let those modified embryos develop past 14 days. This is experimentation to develop a human embryo in order to destroy it.

The dignity of every single human being at every point of development, from conception until natural death, is being destroyed by this kind of genetic research.

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National Education Association: Trump Causes Bullying

From the story:  Joined by Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota and Ohio educator Joy Bock, NEA President Lily Eskelsen García discussed the consequences of Trump’s divisive and derogatory comments in classrooms across the country during a tele-briefing this afternoon.  By that logic, Hillary is causing more racism with her “derogatory comments” that often bring up race and include calling people “irredeemable”?

 

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Davenport: Trump Is from Mars, Clinton Is from Venus

This is David Davenport of the Hoover Institution for Townhall.com.

The first presidential debate made one thing clear: the two candidates come from two different planets. Trump is from Mars and Clinton is from Venus.

Hillary Clinton is a classic insider candidate.  She’s been first lady, a U.S. Senator and Secretary of State.  When she debates, she has a plan or a program for everything.

Donald Trump, a businessman with no prior political experience, is a classic outsider.  When Clinton says she has more experience, Trump dismisses that as bad experience.  When she says she has a plan to defeat ISIS, he says so why haven’t we done that?—and why should we believe it will work?

People who want a traditional candidate for President believe Hillary won the first debate and will win the presidency.  But the large number of eligible voters who are frustrated with politics as usual say “not so fast.”

Who do you want? Mars or Venus? That’s your choice.

I’m David Davenport.

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