Panel Finds Americans Abandoned in Benghazi

From the story: “Until now the administration has led us to believe the military did not have assets, men, or machines close enough or ready enough to arrive in Benghazi in time to save lives,” Reps. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, and Mike Pompeo, R-Kansas, write. “An asset that could have made...

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Medved: Focus Attacks on the Most Vulnerable Democrat

Hillary Clinton is one of the most unpopular politicians in America – with a negative rating of 55 percent according to a recent poll. Donald Trump should focus all criticism on this vulnerable opponent, rather than attacking more popular figures like President Bill Clinton and President Obama. Though Obama won...

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Hewitt: Happy Independence Day

It would be very difficult to overstate the significance of the UK’s vote last week to exit the European Union. The very fact that a nation of 65 million people with 40 years plus of membership in the EU has voted to sever ties is nothing short of remarkable. It...

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Kim Strassel, “The Intimidation Game: How the Left Is Silencing Free Speech”

The Wall Street Journal’s Kim Strassel joined The Mike Gallagher Show on Monday to discuss her new book, “ The Intimidation Game: How the Left Is Silencing Free Speech.” The Amazon write up about her book: “For nearly 40 years, Washington and much of the American public have held up disclosure and campaign finance laws as ideals, and the...

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Medved: Early VP Choice Could Mainstream Trump’s Campaign

If Donald Trump wants to revive his faltering campaign he should make a bold move and offer the Vice Presidential nomination to Paul Ryan—even with the understanding that the House Speaker probably won’t accept it. The gesture of honoring Ryan in this way would make it clear that Trump wants...

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UK Votes to Leave EU, Cameron to Resign

Leave finished at 51.9 percent, Remain 48.1 percent (ABC News).  Cameron says he will resign today (Fox News).  From another story:  Negotiations over the exit terms will take at least two years “and no one knows what form they will take or what deal can be struck,” said Iain Murray, vice...

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Mohler: An Olympic First

For the first time in the history of the modern Olympic Games the entire track and field team of a nation has been eliminated from competition. As the Financial Times of London reported, “Russia has become the first country in sporting history to have its athletics team banned from an...

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THR 6/24/16: Hugh Hewitt Gives Donald Trump Campaign Advice

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

Hugh Hewitt turned to the Washington Post’s Robert Costa for his interpretation of Donald Trump’s meeting with evangelical leaders. Mike Gallagher spoke with John R. Lott, author of “The War on Guns”, about gun control. Hewitt gives Trump advice regarding potential VP picks and rolling out his cabinet choices early....

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Mohler: Did Jesus Have A Wife?

Did Jesus have a wife? If you were to believe the publishing arm of the Smithsonian Institution, you would be led to believe that such a position was at least viable based on contemporary scholarship. Until last week, that is. We were told back in 2012 that the entire theological...

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Medved: The Superhero Substitution

Comic book superheroes have come to dominate popular culture as never before: of the ten top opening weekends in Hollywood history, seven of them featured superheroes from Marvel or DC comics. Most recently, “Iron Man” and other luminaries from the Marvel galaxy co-starred with Captain America in “Civil War,” which...

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Eric Metaxas, “If You Can Keep It”

Author and radio host Eric Metaxas was on the Michael Medved Show on Monday to talk about his new book, “ If You Can Keep It.” Amazon’s description of the book: “In 1787, when the Constitution was drafted, a woman asked Ben Franklin what the founders had given the American people. “A republic,” he...

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Medved: Student Loans Amount to a Disastrous Investment

Student loan debt has quadrupled since 2000 and stands at a staggering $1.2 trillion today. Already, 7 million student-borrowers are in default—with millions more likely to follow suit. Most of these troubled loans involve young people who started college but never finished. A full half of students who enroll at...

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