Gallagher: Remember The Life Issue

Remember when the issue of life mattered to conservatives? Intensely passionate issues like — •    parental consent for minors having abortions •    federal funding for abortion •    the horrors of partial birth abortion Those were things we cared deeply about – enough to even get arrested over. The volatile, tawdry...

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THR 10/22/16: Donald and Hillary Face Off One Last Time

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Hugh Hewitt talks with Chuck Todd, host of Meet the Press, about the third and final presidential debate. Donald Trump joins Mike Gallagher to rail on mainstream media bias. Dennis Prager is upset by the MSM bias that he sees as well. Michael Medved highlights problems with the NAACP in...

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Down Ballot GOP Candidates Very Happy With Trump’s Debate Performance

Congressman Mike Pompeo joined Hugh Hewitt to discuss the third presidential debate. He believes that Donald Trump did a lot to help down ballot Republicans by forcing Hillary Clinton to clarify her stance on the Supreme Court, the 2nd Amendment, abortion, and other issues. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website...

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Proft: Your Choice, America

In the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections, millions of Americans confused the use of artful language with intelligent policy judgment. The results: •  Well over 400,000 dead in Syria and a refugee crisis in the aftermath. •  Four dead Americans, including a U.S. Ambassador, in Benghazi. •  An Islamist terrorist...

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Chen: Pay Careful Attention to the Senate

With the intense focus on this year’s presidential election, it’s easy to overlook some very important races for other offices around the country. In particular, voters should pay careful attention to elections for the United States Senate.  The Senate plays an important role in our system of government—for example, it...

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Prager: Hillary: a Role Model for Young Girls?

An oft-heard claim made by Hillary Clinton supporters is that she would be a terrific role model for young girls as president.  They say, “Then, my daughter will know she can aspire to virtually anything.” So goes the argument. If the polls are accurate concerning the lopsided female support for...

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Kaepernick Booed in Start, Loses Big

Kaepernick is one of several players showing disrespect to America.  His opponents Sunday, the Buffalo Bills, all stood for the anthem (Fox Sports) then thumped 49ers 45-16 (ESPN).  The crowd chanted “USA, USA, USA” (Mercury News).  One player invited 15 police officers to the game(Townhall...

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Emails Reveal Accusations against Hillary are Valid

Hillary’s people tried to get the Illinois presidential primary moved for their benefit (ABC News).  Another story notes “ Qatar , an Islamist state in the Persian gulf, gave former President Bill Clinton a check for $1 million for his birthday” (Daily Caller).   The emails reveal the Clinton campaign’s bigotry (Washington Times...

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Elder: Obama Needs Hillary to “Preserve His Legacy”?

It’s an article of faith that President Obama needs a Hillary Clinton win to “preserve his legacy.” And what legacy is that? His crowning achievement is, of course, Obamacare touted as better, cheaper, health insurance. As we now know, households are struggling under higher co-payments, higher deductibles and higher premiums....

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THR 10/15/16: Can The Donald Regain His Momentum and Win?

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Bill Bennett, sitting in for his friend Michael Medved, was joined by Robert Costa to discuss where Donald Trump is at in the polls and whether he can win. The infamous tape of Trump is causing a whole lot of unjustified hysteria, argues Dennis Prager. Bennett spoke with Byron York...

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WikiLeaks Emails Continue: Among Them, Big Insults to Sanders’ Supporters and Catholics

From the story:  Newly released emails show former Democratic Party officials offering Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign detailed advice on how to trick “self-righteous” supporters of Sen. Bernard Sanders into thinking they won concessions from the party establishment (Washington Times).  The Clinton camp also mocked Catholics and evangelicals (Life News).  From...

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Medved: Sitting Out the Election: A Disastrous Mistake

Faced with a choice between two presidential candidates with high disapproval ratings, conservatives must resist the temptation to sit home and sulk in this election. Low GOP turnout could bring disastrous consequences for worthy Republican candidates struggling to maintain majorities in the Senate and House. The loss of just four...

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Davenport: Why Not Prosecute ISIS For War Crimes and Genocide?

International courts love to take on political cases, such as those against Israel or the U.S., but when there are obvious and serious international crimes, they often take a pass. The latest examples of obvious war crimes and genocide come from ISIS … but there is no prosecution in the...

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Hewitt: A Divisive Cycle

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It’s been a divisive election cycle. But whoever wins between Mr. Trump and Secretary Clinton, it will be vital—absolutely vital—that the new president face a Senate led by the able and hard-working Mitch McConnell. McConnell is not on the ballot in Kentucky this year, but his all-important majority leader status...

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