Medved: Should Government Block “Fat Shaming”?

Complaints about EU bureaucrats interfering with every aspect of British life helped spark the recent Brexit vote in the UK. But English officials are even more intrusive – and more ridiculous – at home. The new mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, kept a campaign promise by banning ads on public...

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Davenport: Separation of Powers Is Slow But Alive

Two recent court cases are a welcome reminder that the separation of powers doctrine may be slow to act but is still alive. A federal judge declared that the U.S. Department of Interior did not have the power to issue rules about fracking on federal land.  And the U.S. Supreme...

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THR 7/16/16: Dallas Police Chief: Stop Protesting, Start Applying

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

Michael Medved looks at the leadership of Dallas Sheriff David Brown in the aftermath of the sniper who killed five police officers. Larry Elder invites Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clark on his program for an honest discussion of the facts regarding black men and police officers. Hugh Hewitt speaks with...

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Obama Administration Subsidizing Iranian Nuclear Program By Purchasing Heavy Water With Taxpayer Dollars

Representative Mike Pompeo joined Hugh Hewitt to discuss his bill which was passed on Wednesday in the House of Representatives. The bill prevents the U.S. government from buying heavy water from Iran. Heavy water is a byproduct of enriching uranium and Iran needs to dispose of it in order to...

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Media Stumped as Transgender Man Takes Voyeur Pics in Target Dressing Room

Interesting that some in the media, this time, did not call the man a “she,” though they consistently do.  Why not?  And this man appears to be a genuine transgender, alias female name and all (Fox News).  Other stories called him a “she,” making their stories all the more awkward...

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Davenport: Stop the Marijuana Rush in California

There is a new gold rush in California, a rush for the pot of gold promised by the legalization of marijuana. Although California voters rejected it in 2010, it is on the ballot again and current polls show it winning. With the 6th largest economy in the world, California’s vote...

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Hewitt: Oppose SB 1146

The California Senate recently passed a bill that threatens the ability of faith-based institutions across the Golden State to function according to their religious beliefs. The bill—SB 1146—is now being considered by the various committees within the Assembly. If passed and signed by Governor Brown, the bill would require any...

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Davenport: Hillary’s Email in the Court of Public Opinion

The FBI concluded that Hillary Clinton’s email practices were “extremely careless” but not criminal. That’s the court of law, but the court of public opinion will speak on this matter at the ballot box November 8. Let’s face it, there is plenty of room for the electorate to draw a...

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Medved: Gallup Poll: Most Americans Still Believe in God

Medved reports on a new Gallup poll that finds that most Americans still believe in God. The key findings: 89% of Americans say they believe in God In a separate poll, 79% say “believe in God” and 10% “not sure” All measures of belief in God show declines from previous...

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Reince Priebus: Voters Are Hungry For Change And Donald Trump Answers That

Democrats have chosen the status quo in Hillary Clinton, and that gives Republicans an advantage in the fall, says RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. Hugh Hewitt discusses the ins and outs of the Cleveland RNC Convention with the Chairman, as well as the upcoming fall presidential debates. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium...

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Medved: Elie Wiesel’s Less Celebrated Role

When Nobel Peace Prize-winner Elie Wiesel died at age 87, the whole world honored him for his noble work in building Holocaust awareness through his novels and personal testimony, and for his political activism in fighting genocide in around the world, and for his efforts to support a secure, humane...

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Mohler: Self-Designated Policy Experts

The Supreme Court’s recent decision about Texas’ abortion law has prompted the editors of the Wall Street Journal to make an important connection between the Supreme Court and the current political polarization in the United States. They write that, “At least one half of the country’s polarized electorate now thinks...

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THR 7/9/16: Hillary Clinton’s Cache of Lies

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

Following the outcome of the FBI’s investigation in Hillary Clinton over her personal e-mail server, Hugh Hewitt spoke with Washington Post reporter Chris Cillizza. The National Review’s Andrew McCarthy sat down with Mike Gallagher to fire off his withering critique of the decision to give Hillary a pass. Michael Medved...

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