Mohler: Genocide Then And Now

A very important story has received much less attention than it deserves: Serbian leader Radovan Karadzic was convicted of genocide for his actions during the Balkan wars of the 1990s. Under his leadership, Serbian forces lined up in the little town of Srebrenica every man and every boy over the...

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Medved: No Plausible Path to Victory

Public-opinion polls show Hillary Clinton consistently crushing Donald Trump in trial-heats but some Trump true-believers insist he could somehow still win. In Politico, computer modeling showed he’d first need to double the percentage of black voters won by Mitt Romney—which might be possible without Obama on the ballot. Second, he’d...

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Rove: More Than Two Candidates Can Receive Votes at Contested Convention

He also told Hugh Hewitt “Donald Trump excites a lot of enthusiasm. But he also excites a lot of anger within the Republican Party and outside of the Republican Party. And a fresh face might be the thing that could give us a chance to turn this election and win...

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Medved: The Folly of Making Unnecessary Enemies

When our children were still in pre-school, we tried to teach them an important lesson: don’t pick fights with your classmates, and don’t start pointless feuds with your teachers. Apparently, Donald Trump hasn’t learned that lesson. After a press conference, his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, grabbed and pushed reporter Michelle...

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THR 4/2/16: A Wild Week for the GOP

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

Hugh Hewitt spoke with the Weekly Standard’s Fred Barnes about the likely upcoming open convention. Hugh also talked with Ted Cruz about the all-important rules for the convention. Bill Bennett spoke with the National Review’s Andy McCarthy about the reasons for terrorism and how the mainstream media are clueless. Paul...

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Hewitt: An Open And Orderly Convention

It’s been more than 50 years since the GOP convened a convention when the nominee wasn’t at least “almost certainly” known. The prospect of an “open convention” terrifies some and absolutely thrills others. It will all come to order on July 18 in Cleveland. When will it end? … well,...

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Trump Left Side Exposed as He Names “Healthcare” as Government Responsibility

From the story:  On Tuesday during CNN’s town hall, Donald Trump was asked what he thinks are the top three functions of government.  He answered, “[t]he greatest function of all by far is security for our nation. I would also say health care, I would also say education.”  Republicans have...

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Hewitt: Looking Toward Cleveland

Who will be the winner of the GOP nomination is of course beyond guessing, especially after the recent wins from Senator Ted Cruz in Maine and Kansas. But right now the GOP convention in Cleveland appears almost certain to be “open,” that is, without any of the would-be nominees possessing...

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WSJ’s Stephen Moore on Who Has Suffered the Most Under Obama’s Economy

The Wall Street Journal’s Stephen Moore joined Larry Elder (guest hosting on the Mike Gallagher Show) to discuss Obama’s affinity for communism and which four groups of Americans have been harmed the most by Obama’s economic policies. Join Mike Gallagher’s premium content website at MikeOnlineGold.com.  

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Speaker Paul Ryan on the Economy, the GOP Convention, and Terrorism

Speaker Paul Ryan joined Bill Bennett’s Morning in America on Monday to discuss the necessity of winning the next presidential election in order to restore America’s economy. He also touched on the Republican Convention and the Obama’s weak response to international terrorism. Join Bill Bennett’s premium content website at BennettRoundTable.com....

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Georgia Governor Caves to Bully Businesses, Vetoes Religious Liberty Bill

A bill watered down repeatedly to appease him (American Conservative).  From Todd Starnes: it became clear Gov. Deal was more interested in protecting the Almighty Dollar than he was protecting followers of the Almighty (Fox News).  From David French:  Governor, this bill was designed to help people work “side by...

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Mohler: A Future for Christian Colleges in the NCAA?

Inside Higher Ed recently reported that over 80 lesbian, gay and transgender organizations are petitioning the NCAA to cut ties with any religious college that discriminates against transgender students by requesting a Title IX waiver. Title IX limits or prevents federal funding to institutions that discriminate on a number of...

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Media Paints Bathroom Battles as Abuse of Transgender

You see a lot of the bias in this opening statement from CBS News:  This week, North Carolina introduced and passed a law striking down all anti-discrimination measures for LGBT people, and banning towns any anti-discrimination measures in the future. It also restricts bathroom use for transgender people.  Suspiciously missing...

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