Dinesh D’Souza on His New Book, “Stealing America”

D’Souza joined Mike Gallagher on his show to discuss his latest book. Here is a portion of the Amazon description of “Stealing America”: “In the fall of 2014, outspoken author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza found himself hauled into federal court for improperly donating money to an old friend’s Senate campaign....

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THR 11/28/15: The True Story of the Pilgrims and Thanksgiving

Trump chooses General H.R. McMaster for NSA chief

This special edition of the Townhall Review features Michael Medved telling the compelling story of the Pilgrims: why they left Europe, how they made their way across the ocean, and how they fought to survive in the New World while preserving their religious devotion to God.  

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Downing Of Russian Jet Is Deeply Embarrassing To Vladimir Putin

Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute joined Congressman John Campbell who was filling in for Hugh Hewitt on the Hugh Hewitt Show to discuss the Russian jet that was shot down by Turkey. Rubin also explains that the reason Bashar Assad must go is that his actions have become...

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Expecting Russia To Defeat ISIS Is Like Expecting Gasoline To Put Out A Fire

Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas recently traveled to the Middle East and reported to Hugh Hewitt about his trip. There is heightened anxiety among our allies in the Middle East about the continued retreat of the U.S. from the region. Senator Cotton says that “to expect Iran and Hezbollah, Assad...

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Islamic State’s Achille’s Heel Is Its Sunni Identity

Max Boot argues in the Los Angeles Times that the only way for ISIS to be defeated is for Sunnis to rise up against ISIS. This could only happen if they know that the United States will “have their back.” Max Boot discusses the details of the article with Dennis Prager. Join Dennis...

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Mohler: So Much For A Secular Holiday

As Americans prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving Day, it’s a good time to be reminded about the true history of the holiday. Perhaps we should not be surprised that in an increasingly secular America, there’s confusion about the origins of Thanksgiving. Some kids are now taught that the Pilgrims held a...

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Brooks: How About Celebrating Ideological Diversity

One of the great intellectual and moral epiphanies of our time is the realization that diversity among human beings is a blessing. Unfortunately, new research also shows that academia has itself stopped well short in both the understanding and practice of true diversity—the diversity of ideas. This year, a team...

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Huge Student Turnout At University Of Missouri For Conservative Speaker

Last week, Benjamin Shapiro spoke at the University of Missouri. More than 400 students showed up to hear him. In contrast, they told him that no more than 100 students at a time were involved in the protests that resulted in the ouster of the University of Missouri’s president. He...

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Mohler: Red Cup Controversy

Starbucks recently decided to offer plain red cups without any holiday message during this Christmas season. The media tells us that this immediately sparked fury among many evangelicals who called Starbuck’s decision an act of discrimination against Christians. Without doubt, Starbucks’ decision does point to the larger secularization of the...

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What Sarah Palin Likes About Jeb Bush: “I Really Like His Brother”

Hugh Hewitt asked Sarah Palin to say what she thinks is each GOP presidential candidate’s strongest suit. When she came to Jeb Bush, Sarah Palin said “well, I really like his brother a lot.” For the complete interview and transcript, visit HughHewitt.com. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website at Hughniverse.com...

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Medved: Terror Reshapes The Race

The terrorist attacks in Paris have reshaped the race for the White House, diminishing the prospects of several leading candidates. Hillary Clinton suffered the most serious damage because the global reach of ISIS demonstrates the failure of administration policies that she helped put in place. Just hours before the explosion...

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THR 11/21/15: Islamist Terror in Paris

Trump chooses General H.R. McMaster for NSA chief

How did the Paris attacks happen? How can future attacks be stopped? Bill Bennett talks with Bing West, former assistant secretary of defense. Counter-terrorism expert and author Daveed Gartenstein joins Dennis Prager. New Speaker of the House Paul Ryan visits with Bill Bennett. Presidential contenders Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, and...

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