Mohler: A Person Without Constitutional Rights

Hillary Clinton recently made a very revealing statement on “Meet the Press” with Chuck Todd. Mr. Todd asked Secretary Clinton, “When or if does an unborn child have Constitutional rights?” A very important question we note, and we should credit Mr. Todd with having the fortitude as a journalist to...

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Religious Liberty Is the Problem?

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights recently published a “Statement Condemning Recent State Laws and Pending Proposals Targeting the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community.” It was motivated by new Mississippi laws protecting religious freedom and by North Carolina’s much-discussed “bathroom law.” The statement includes these words, “Civil rights protections...

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Indiana Will Tell You Everything You Need To Know About The GOP Nomination

On Sunday, John Kasich announced that he will defer to Ted Cruz in Indiana and Ted Cruz announced that he will defer to Governor Kasich in Oregon. Josh Kraushaar joined Hugh Hewitt to discuss this alliance, his main take away being that if Donald Trump does not win Indiana, it...

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Towards An Opportunity Culture

“Victimhood culture” has now been identified as a widening phenomenon by mainstream sociologists. On campuses, activists interpret ordinary interactions as so-called “microaggressions” and set up “safe spaces” to protect students from certain forms of speech.   The problem is that the line is fuzzy between fighting for victimized people and...

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Davenport: Year of the Disruptors

If we made a movie about campaign 2016, it would be “Year of the Disruptors.” On the Republican side, we are down to Donald Trump, a complete disruptor of the political process, and Ted Cruz, a U.S. Senator but a disruptor in style. On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders is...

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THR 4/23/16: Is the Republican Delegate System Rigged?

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

Guy Benson and Mary Katherine Ham invited Chief Strategist for the Republican National Committee Sean Spicer onto the Hugh Hewitt Show to discuss the delegate system. Is it fair that the man with the most votes may not win? Dennis Prager opines. Hewitt turned to Dan Balz of the Washington...

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Davenport: Judge Erases History

College students, seeking to remove the names of campus founders who don’t live up to contemporary standards, aren’t the only ones erasing history.  A federal judge in Los Angeles has done some erasing of her own, saying the little tiny cross on top of a mission depicted on the county...

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Mohler: Young and Transgender: A Response

Sometimes a major cultural moment can be traced to just one headline. That appears to be the case with the recent edition of Scientific American Mind, “Young and Transgender: How Best to Help Them Thrive.” At least three medical avenues are suggested: hormone suppression, hormone replacement, and gender reassignment surgery....

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Medved: Pew Poll: Highly Religious Americans Are Happier

From the Pew article: A new Pew Research Center study of the ways religion influences the daily lives of Americans finds that people who are highly religious are more engaged with their extended families, more likely to volunteer, more involved in their communities and generally happier with the way things...

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Brooks: Forces Behind Trump and Sanders

My Democrat friends are quick to tell me that Donald Trump’s popularity is fueled by racism and nationalism of Republicans. I can imagine some of you have heard it too. I don’t think that’s the right explanation. I’m certainly not going to claim that there’s no racism, but a better...

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Medved: “50 Percent Divorce Rate” Again Exposed As a Lie

Many sources still cite the long-discredited, utterly bogus statistic that half of all marriages end in divorce, but the Washington Post recently reported on analysis by Flowing Data that once again exposes the big lie. Among all Americans, nearly two-thirds of marriages last until one of the partners dies. There...

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Medved: The Wrong Way To Attack Hillary

Hillary Clinton deserves criticism for many aspects of her candidacy, including her push to expand government’s role in our lives and to pull back from America’s leadership in the world. She’s also open to ethical questions over her reckless use of a secret e-mail account, dubious donations received by the...

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