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Mohler: A Repudiation Of The Elites

In a stunning reversal of political expectation, Donald Trump has been elected the 45th President of the United States.

This election was a repudiation of the elites in both political parties.

It’s easy to understand the repudiation of the Democratic Party elites. It’s hard to imagine how anyone could better represent that party’s historic leadership in recent years than Hillary Clinton.

But when it comes to the repudiation of the Republican political elites, simply keep in mind that those elites opposed Donald Trump’s bid to become the nominee of the party, but he won it anyway.

Along the way Donald Trump incited a populist movement that dared to vote for him regardless of political expectation on the parts of political leaders.

Now we must fervently, eagerly and earnestly pray that God will guide him and that God will bless this nation.

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Dinesh D’Souza on Whether Trump Should Pursue Hillary’s Ethical Problems

Filmmaker and author Dinesh D’Souza joined the Mike Gallagher Show to discuss Donald Trump’s win and whether President Trump should use the powers of the executive branch to look into Hillary Clinton’s ethical dilemmas regarding her e-mail server and the Clinton Foundation. The conversation shifts to D’Souza’s view on the best way to kick off the Trump presidency in terms of policy and voter outreach. Join Mike Gallagher’s premium content website at MikeOnlineGold.com.

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Economist Larry Kudlow Praises Trump’s Economic Plan

Larry Kudlow of CNBC and author of JFK and the Reagan Revolution recently joined the Michael Medved Show to discuss Donald Trump’s economic plan. The plan is close to Speaker Paul Ryan’s economic plan, which Kudlow thinks is a good idea. Kudlow and Medved also touch on the anti-Trumpsters who can’t seem to accept the reality that he has won the presidency. Join Michael Medved’s premium content website at MedvedMedhead.com.

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Mohler: Pageant Of American Democracy

The pageant of American democracy was on full display in the concessions statements delivered by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Obama.

Democracy requires certain habits of government and habits of democracy that allow us to understand how the peaceful transfer of power can take place.

We’re looking at the fact that, ever since the ratification of the United States Constitution, there has been a peaceful transfer of power from president to president, including when there is a transfer of power between presidents of two opposing parties.

This is something that has not been the case successfully in many other nations where democracy has been far more fragile.

A peaceful and success transfer of power should not go without our observation …  and our appreciation.

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THR 11/12/16: The Deplorables Win

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Hillary Clinton was supposed to crush The Donald in a landslide win. What happened? Hugh Hewitt talks with Chuck Todd of Meet the Press. Former Senator John DeMint speaks with Mike Gallagher about the historic win and what Trump should prioritize first as president. The Never Trumpers were wrong—National Review’s Jonah Goldberg was one of them. He admits that he’s eating a little crow on the Hugh Hewitt Show. You saw it with your own eyes on Election Day—mainstream media talking heads with downcast faces and complete meltdowns. Michael Medved plays audio of one such looney moment on CNN. The election is over, but Hillary Clinton is still being investigated by the FBI. Larry Elder speaks with J. Christian Adams, a former employee of the Dept. of Justice under George W. Bush. With the Republicans’ giant win on Tuesday, what can the party do to solidify its majorities for the years to come? George Will talks with Michael Medved.

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Wackadoodles Protest Trump Victory, Block Streets, Freeways

Only the left does this when they don’t get their way in a fair election (CBS News).  New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Austin, Portland, Seattle and more (USA Today). Many were abusive (Fox News).  College students walked out on classes to protest what the American voters decided (NBC News).  A look at some of the protestors blocking cars (Live Trucking).  A protestor in Los Angeles said “people have to die” (Twitter).  A reporter was attacked by protestors in Richmond (NBC 12).  Moveon.org helped organized the protests (Breitbart).  And the Trump victory has some in California calling for a Calexit (Business Insider).  Who could have predicted a Trump win came with this kind of entertainment? Sanders attacked Trump instead of congratulating him (NBC News).  The Bush’s, not fans of Trump, offered congratulations and prayers (Time).

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Mohler: Re-Writing Earth’s Creation Story

Are Scientists really “Rewriting Earth’s Creation Story”?

Maybe.

Scientists at Arizona State University and UCLA are arguing in a new research paper that the isotope dating methods used by scientists to explain the origin and history of the world made “too many assumptions.” Mark Harrison, a geologist at UCLA, states, “we as a scientific community created an origin myth that has no more intellectual value than [Genesis Chapter 1].”

In terms of worldview analysis, this is a priceless gift. Here you have major research scientists at a school like UCLA acknowledging that cosmologists and geologists and other scientists basically have made up the history of the world that has become the staple science taught not only in colleges and universities, but taught right down to elementary school level.

The closing words of the scientist should be the final word on this subject.

“‘Although we’re very quick to criticize those that operate on faith, that’s exactly what we did.’”

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