Mohler: Worldview Matters

Peter Beinart recently authored an important piece entitled “Why America Is Moving Left.” Writing in the Atlantic, he argues that regardless of who is elected this coming November, the nation is set on a more liberal trajectory. The Democratic nominee this year is almost certainly going to be more liberal,...

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Dennis Prager: To Support Trump, You Have To Say That How A Man Has Lived His Whole Life Is Irrelevant

Prager analyzes National Review’s special edition “Against Trump.” Dennis says, “Almost every conservative I respect opposes Donald Trump... are they all morons? Are they all fools?” Join Dennis Prager’s premium content website at Pragertopia.com.  

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Byron York Can’t Find a Trump Supporter

Chief Political Correspondent of the Washington Examiner Byron York has been spending a lot of time in Iowa. Strangely enough, he can’t find Trump supporters. This doesn’t mean that the polls are wrong, but it still remains an odd phenomenon. Join Bill Bennett’s premium content website at BennettRoundTable.com.  

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High Stakes for the Judiciary in 2016

When the new president is sworn in on January 20, 2017, Chief Justice John Roberts, who administers the oath, will be 61. His colleagues, on that day, will be mostly older. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be 83. Justices Anthony Kennedy and Antonin Scalia will be 80. Justice Stephen Breyer...

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Medved: Primary Victories Won’t Guarantee Nomination

On the eve of the first caucuses and primaries of the campaign season, Donald Trump’s popularity remains potent and impressive and he looks likely to win most, if not all, of the early contests. But if he does, he’ll still probably fall short of an actual majority of the delegates:...

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Hewitt: A Duel To Watch

The last time a major New York political figure dueled with a man born outside of the United States but who had ambitions for the White House was 1804 when VP Aaron Burr of New York shot and killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The Treasury Secretary, co-author of the...

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Marco Rubio: Atheists Must Recognize That America Is Built On Christian Values

A young atheist asks Senator Marco Rubio if he will be “pastor in chief” if he becomes president. Senator Rubio says the man has a right to believe or not believe anything he wants, but he can’t stop the Senator or any other Americans from sharing their faith. Join Dennis...

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THR 1/23/16: “ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror”

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

Host Hugh Hewitt catches you up on the highlights and lowlights from the recent Democratic and Republican debates. In between those two debates, Senator Marco Rubio joined Hewitt on his show. Senator Rand Paul went on the Mike Gallagher Show to discuss why he boycotted the undercard debate. Morning in...

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Mohler: Politics As Religion

It should be clear to any conservative, and especially to any conservative on a prominent American academic campus—that many on the left have turned angry. David Gelernter, a Jewish professor at Yale University says, “In many ways, the left has turned incredibly anti-democratic. It not only holds to its leftist...

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Medved: “Tidal Wave of Anger” May Be a Mirage

Conventional wisdom claims that current campaigns reflect the seething anger of the electorate and the misery of the populace. Yet polling data actually shows an overwhelming majority expressing satisfaction with their personal lives, even if they do worry over the nation’s direction. In 2015, Gallup showed 85% saying they felt...

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Hewitt: Groundhog Day Redux

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton faces a showdown on February 1 when the Democratic Iowa caucuses pit her against Bernie Sanders—the Senator from Vermont. If the next morning brings a Clinton loss, Hillary will be facing her own version of the famous Bill Murray film “Groundhog Day.” She lost...

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