Hewitt: Cast Your Vote

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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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NY Times Gets Old Trump Tax Returns

And speculates from there (Hot Air).  The NY Times even turned the fact that they got the returns into a story (NY Times).  Looks like the NY Times was caught doing what they complain Trump did – get by without paying taxes (Gateway Pundit).  Hillary also used a huge loss...

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Mohler: Election 2016: Where Are the “Nones”?

In the 2016 presidential election, political analysts are increasingly interested in how the “nones” will vote in this election. We’re not talking about Catholic nuns; we’re taking about the growing percentage of Americans who tell pollsters that they have no religious affiliation whatsoever. Although this group is indeed growing as...

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Media, NFL Still Remarkably Clueless on Drop in Ratings

The story claims “The decline has become a mystery, for the media and surely for the NFL.”  It took twelve paragraphs, loaded with theories, before they came to this one:  “Some are suggesting that the anthem protests are causing fans to boycott the NFL, but it’s hard to see a...

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University of Michigan Can’t Tell If You’re a Boy or Girl Unless You Tell Them

From the story:  A new initiative by the University of Michigan invites students to report their preferred gender pronouns to the university so faculty and staff can use these when addressing each student.  Here’s what’s scary:  These people are educating your children.  If they can’t identify a boy in their...

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THR 10/1/16: Donald and Hillary in Full Attack Mode at Debate

Gorsuch, Trump chooses General H.R. McMaster for NSA chief

Dennis Prager provides his insight into the debate between Trump and Clinton. Hugh Hewitt talks with Ted Cruz and why he decided to finally back Trump. Medved offers his thoughts on the presidential debate. Mike Gallagher talks with Heather Mac Donald about stop and frisk and the black community in...

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Hewitt: Many Questions Remain

The first debate is in the books but many questions remain for debates two and three. It was my opinion that Mr. Trump scored points and won votes in the first 39 minutes of the debate until the issue of birtherism arose. Thereafter he seemed to lose his footing. The...

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Gallup: Voters Prefer Trump on Economy

But Hillary leads in most other categories (Gallup).  New polls show Clinton up slightly (RCP).  A story notes “Democrats are beginning to worry that too many African-American voters are uninspired by Clinton’s candidacy, leading her campaign to hit the panic button this week and launch an all-out blitz...

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Davenport: Debt Is a Problem of National Security

In a presidential campaign, it’s amazing that no one is talking about the national debt. Well, actually someone is: the Congressional Budget Office issued a report this summer and we should be shocked. Here are the top 2 things the nonpartisan CBO concluded: 1)     Deficits are growing because spending—primarily on...

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Chen: The Constitution and the 2016 Election

This past September 17, we commemorated the 229th anniversary of the United States Constitution. I wouldn’t be surprised if you heard very little about the day. It’s a shame as it celebrated the most important document in our nation’s history. The Constitution establishes the balance of power between our three...

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Medved: Children “Very Important”’ Marriage, Not So Much

A September poll by CBS News and the New York Times revealed troubling contradictions in attitudes toward marriage and children.  Nearly 2,000 adults of all ages were asked: “For you personally, is being married either now or in the future very important, somewhat important, not very important or not at...

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