Mohler: The Court: Picking Winners and Losers

The Supreme Court recently put itself in the business of picking winners and losers, and it picked some big losers in its recent announcement on a case it would not hear. The loser: Christian pharmacists in Washington State. The court announced that it would not take a case filed by...

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Near-Indictment Of Hillary Clinton Will Last As A Story Until November 8th

Chris Cillizza joined Hugh Hewitt to discuss FBI Director Comey’s near-indictment of Hillary Clinton. Cillizza asserts that Hillary Clinton has considerable, real weaknesses that, when prosecuted in the context of a presidential campaign, make her very vulnerable. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website at Hughniverse.com.

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Medved: A Representative Republic Beats Pure Democracy

The UK’s Brexit vote should remind Americans of the advantages of a representative republic over a pure democracy. The close vote to leave the European Union has already damaged the life savings and pension plans of millions who didn’t vote for it. In a representative system, legislators take into account...

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Obama Sets Regulatory Record

A recent report concluded that the federal government added 43 major new regulations last year, increasing regulatory costs by more than $22 billion.  This brings the Obama regulatory record to a stunning 299 major new regulations at a cost greater than $100 billion per year. And expect another surge in...

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Hewitt: May Freedom Long Endure

This year’s Fourth of July comes amidst tumultuous times for our nation and for the world. The terrorist attack in Istanbul was—of course—only the most recent atrocity: Before Istanbul, there was Orlando, and Brussels, and San Bernardino and Paris, and the list could go on and on. And there are...

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Clinton Meeting with Lynch Pays Off

The media is late covering this enormously suspicious meeting (CBS News). Lynch insisted “Our conversation was a great deal about his grandchildren. It was primarily social and about our travels” (USA Today).  CNN wrote it off as “incredibly bad judgment “ (CNN).  Then comes this:  Department of Justice officials filed...

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Medved: Cinematic Enchantment, for a Change

Occasionally, Hollywood releases diverting fare for kids but only rarely do family films qualify as dazzling works of art.  But Steven Spielberg’s The BFG—“The Big Friendly Giant”—is a gorgeous, touching enchantment, destined to become a classic. Based on Roald Dahl’s 1982 best-seller, the movie follows an orphan girl into Giant...

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THR 7/2/16: “Hillary Clinton Put Politics Ahead of the Americans of Benghazi”

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

Dennis Prager honors Independence Day by sharing his thoughts on the inalienable rights: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Mike Gallagher talks with New York senatorial candidate Wendy Long about the SCOTUS decision on abortion rights. Prager weighs in on the terrorist attack at the airport in Istanbul, Turkey....

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Dreher: Christians Can No Longer Be Pharmacists

From the story:  The US Supreme Court today denied to hear a case involving pharmacists in Washington state who, for religious reasons, declined to dispense RU-486Plan B, the “morning-after pill,” which causes abortion. Effectively this means that Christian pharmacists who refuse to sell drugs that intend to exterminate life in...

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Mohler: A Stunning Decision

The Supreme Court recently struck down a Texas abortion law intended to protect women’s health. The liberal majority on the Court insisted, in the words of the Washington Post, that “Texas’s arguments that the restrictions were meant to protect women’s health were merely cover for making abortions harder to obtain.”...

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Liberals’ Crazy Melt Down Over Brexit

The liberal media went into freak out mode after the Brits decided they wanted to reclaim their national sovereignty and take control over immigration. Does this spell economic disaster? Are Brits racist? Larry Elder weighs in.  

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Most Members Of RNC Rules Committee Do Not Want To Betray Trump Voters

The RNC Convention Rules Committee can technically pass whatever rules they want. But Tim Alberta of National Review thinks it’s pretty unlikely that they will free the delegates. He joined Hugh Hewitt on Wednesday to discuss. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website at Hughniverse.com.

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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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