Mark Davis: Prospects for 2017

With the holiday season behind us and—we feel it—the new year quickly getting started we wonder: what’s in store for 2017? A year is best defined by events in our families, our friendships, our faith and our livelihoods—and not as much by events in the news, even elections. Many of...

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Medved Slams Obama’s Self-Professed Glorious Legacy

President Obama recently gave his last radio address praising himself for all of the wonders that he supposedly worked over the past eight years. Michael Medved dismantles Obama’s claims. Join Michael Medved’s premium content website at MedvedMedhead.com.  

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Hewitt: Democrat Party In Free Fall

President Obama gave a so called exit interview to his long-time friend and political advisor David Axelrod which is fascinating. In it President Obama implicitly blasts Secretary Clinton’s campaign strategy and says he would have beaten President-elect Trump. President-elect Trump quickly replied that he didn’t think so. And so we...

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The Medved Brothers Discuss Obama’s Abandonment of Israel

Michael Medved on his show interviewed his brother, Jonathan Medved, about the Obama administration’s decision to stab Israel in the back by abstaining from a U.N. resolution. Jonathan Medved is a resident and citizen of Israel and a leading voice of politics in the country. Join Michael Medved’s premium content...

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Mohler: Reflections On 2016

Every year brings surprises, but 2016 may set a record. In the biggest news of the year, Hillary Clinton wasn’t elected president of the United States and Donald Trump was, thus reshaping our nation’s entire political landscape. It was a year of populist uprisings around the world and the year...

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THR 12/31/16: Obama Abandons Israel Over U.N. Resolution

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Michael Medved speaks with Michael Oren, former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S., about the anti-Israel U.N. resolution backed by President Obama and Secretary Kerry. Hugh Hewitt brings Senator Tom Cotton on his show to gain his perspective on the Obama administration’s anti-Israel stance. Dennis Prager weighs in on the terrorist...

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Mohler: A Festival of Lights

The Jewish festival of Hanukkah is now underway, its first night coinciding with Christmas for the first time in many years. This is the “Festival of Lights” commemorating the recapture of the Temple by Jewish forces led by the Maccabees about 160 years before the birth of Christ. Our Jewish...

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LaBerge: The Long View Of History

American history is very short by global standards. In the news we’ve been hearing about Coptic Christians in Cairo and the plight of the peoples of Aleppo. What many of us don’t remember is that those were two of the three largest cities in the Ottoman Empire, the Islamic Caliphate...

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Davenport: States Could Be Winners With Trump

Since Ronald Reagan, Republican and Democrat presidents alike have grown the federal government and its role in our lives. From No Child Left Behind to environmental laws, the pattern has been more and more federal regulation. The Trump administration may finally swing the pendulum of government power back toward the...

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Hewitt: Unifying a Fractured GOP

Candidate Donald Trump never had much in the way of support from the traditional Republican foreign policy establishment. But President-elect Trump is changing that. I count myself among those who are surprised and impressed as we have watched him assemble a team of national security heavyweights, both an impressive team...

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Mohler: Handel’s Messiah

Everyone knows about George Frideric Handel, but few remember Charles Jennens, but it was Jennens who wrote and conceived the idea of the “Messiah,” the massive oratorio that is performed thousands of times worldwide at Christmas. Jennens wrote the libretto—the text—of the “Messiah,” tying together the Bible’s central story: God’s...

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THR 12/24/16: A Christmas Story Special

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In this special edition of the Townhall Review, Michael Medved tells the story of Christmas, from the humble beginnings of Jesus Christ’s birth to Saint Nicholas to Santa Clause. Medved shares how Christmas was both frowned upon and celebrated in colonial America and how General George Washington used the holiday...

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