Albert Mohler: One of the Biggest Religious Liberty Decisions in Decades

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Every last week of June, every year, Americans get treated to what’s essentially a great civics lesson, a reminder of the enduring importance of the third branch of our constitutional system, as the Supreme Court releases major decisions, clearing its docket before its July recess. And this June was a...

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THR 7/1/17: Trump Wins on Travel Ban

White House, Obamacare, shooting, Paris Climate Agreement

The Senate Republicans’ plan to repeal and replace has stalled and appears to be pushed out past the 4th of July Weekend. All it took was a few Republican holdouts. Avid Roy, co-founder and president of the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity, and Tom Price, the Secretary of Health...

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David Davenport: The Future Of Freedom

Free Speech, freedom, tax reform, Trump Doctorine, Trump, international law, rugged individualism, economic freedom

A new survey by the Fund for American Studies reminds us that millennials do not understand economics. The same group that does not know basic civics—such as who their senator is or whether Judge Judy is on the Supreme Court—also doesn’t get how free markets work. While 60% of millennials...

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Albert Mohler: The Vulnerable West

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A German Light Infantry Battalion recently reported, according to the Wall Street Journal, that “during exercises…their unit didn’t have the munitions to simulate battle. Instead, they were told to imagine the bangs.” All this comes in the aftermath of President Donald Trump’s visit to Europe, in which he pointed his...

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Michael Medved: Putting Personality Above Policy

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Leaders of both political parties and the most prominent voices in media, all make the same mistake that poisons our politics: concentrating on the president’s personality, not his policies. Debates always seem to center on Trump’s character: is he a breath of fresh air who’s appropriately shaking the system, or...

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Lanhee Chen: The Terror Threat Is Real

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In the last week alone, terrorists have attacked or attempted to attack targets in European nations we call allies and friends. One of the main railway stations in Brussels, Belgium was targeted. So too were innocent civilians on the Champs-Elysees in Paris. These attempts came on the heels of deadly...

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Michael Medved: Trump’s Surprising Coalition: Not Just “Deplorables”

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James T. Hogkinson, the crazed gunman who fired at Republican congressmen in early June, hardly fits the common image of a militant Bernie Sanders Democrat. He was 66, married for 30 years, a proud gun-owner, working in construction and living in a small Midwestern town. In fact, he came close...

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THR 6/24/17 GA 6th District Race and Otto Warmbier’s Murder

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Following the Georgia 6th district elections, in which Democrats pulled out all the stops from their massively funded campaign, Mike Gallagher spoke with William McGurn of the Wall Street Journal about the outcome of the wild election and the broader state of affairs. Robert Costa of the Washington Post was...

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Lanhee Chen: Karen Handel’s Victory

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Republican Karen Handel’s victory in the special election in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District will generate a lot of punditry and spin. Democrats will argue that they got a lot closer than they should have in a district that Republican Tom Price, now the Secretary of Health and Human Services, won...

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Michael Medved: Public Opinion and Obamacare

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In 2010, the health insurance legislation known as “Obamacare” was overwhelmingly unpopular. But Democrats in the White House and Congress pushed it through anyway, and then paid a severe price in the next elections. Today, the health care package known as “Trumpcare” is similarly unpopular, but the Republicans seem determined...

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Gordon Chang on North Korea and the Death of the Released Prisoner

Columnist and author Gordon Chang joined the Mike Gallagher Show to discuss the North Korea regime, the release of the college student Otto Warmbier who is now deceased due to the brutality of his treatment in the hermit kingdom, and what America should do to isolate and punish the regime....

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Michael Medved: Lingering Faith in Faith

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For sixty years, Gallup has asked about public attitudes toward faith, giving respondents a clear choice: “Do you believe that religion can answer all or most of today’s problems, or that religion is largely old-fashioned and out of date?” In 1957, 82 percent expressed confidence in religious solutions, while only...

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Albert Mohler: Senator Sanders vs. Religious Liberty

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Bernie Sanders recently announced that he will oppose President Trump’s nominee for assistant budget director, Russell Vought, because Vought penned a blog in which he said that Muslims “stand condemned” because they have rejected Jesus Christ. Vought’s post was a defense of his alma mater, Wheaton College, a Christian institution,...

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Dems Thump Republicans 11-2 in Baseball, Send Trophy to Scalise’s Office.

The Democrats, for the first time in a long time, beat the Republicans at something (The Hill). An update on Scalise: House Majority Whip Steve Scalise remained in critical condition Thursday evening after undergoing a second surgery to deal with internal injuries and a broken bone in his leg following the...

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