David Davenport: Why Hasn’t International Law Stopped Chemical Weapons in Syria?

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Where is international law when you need it? The Syrian government has again used chemical weapons on its own people, despite signing the international convention banning chemical weapons as well as a specific agreement to destroy them. So why is this still happening? It’s one thing for countries to sign...

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Albert Mohler: Coptic Christians Embattled In The Middle East

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Two Coptic Christian churches in Egypt were attacked by ISIS affiliated suicide bombers on Palm Sunday. The Associated Press reported that, “the Copts have long been a favored target of extremists—they were struck with a similar church bombing just weeks before the country’s 2011 Arab Spring uprising, and Islamic militants...

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Albert Mohler: Promise Of Easter

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This Sunday is Easter, a great celebration day for Christians. The Church bears a mandate to proclaim the truth that God raised Jesus Christ from the dead. The resurrected Lord gave the Church a sacred commission to take the gospel—the message of Christ’s victory over sin and death—throughout the world....

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THR 4/15/17: Trump’s First 100 Days

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Hugh Hewitt talks with the Washington Post’s Robert Costa about President Trump’s first 100 days. Michael Medved is impressed with the confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch. Dennis Prager looks at how the Syria incident was treated by media and plays audio of a Syrian that will surprise you. Hugh Hewitt...

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David French: A Chilling Look at what the Left is Doing to Kids on College Campuses

This one disturbing example shows how extreme they have gotten.  It led to a student’s suicide (National Review).  Not to be outdone, Notre Dame students feel Mike Pence speaking makes them “unsafe” (National Review).  But wait, there’s more!  College students at Duquesne don’t want Chick-fil-A on campus because the fast-food...

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Michael Medved: Commitment Over Feeling Can Save And Enhance Marriage

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Profound changes in the institution of matrimony go far beyond the push for same-sex marriage. After many years as a clinical psychologist, Dr. Diane Medved notes a shift in marital priorities from commitment to feelings. “Do your duty” has been replaced with “follow your heart.” In response, my wife has...

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Lanhee Chen: When America Leads

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Last week, the Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad likely launched a chemical weapons attack that killed over seventy of his own people and injured many others. Assad is guilty of many heinous acts against the Syrian people, which together have triggered one of the great refugee and humanitarian crises in modern...

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Obama Administration Failed to Remove all Chemical Weapons from Syria

Remember when Secretary John Kerry and President Barack Obama allowed Syria’s Assad to get away with killing his own people with chemical weapons because he supposedly gave them all up? The latest attack proves otherwise. Larry Elder weighs in.  

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What Are Your Rights as an Airplane Passenger?

In light of the recent United Airlines episode that saw a bloodied man dragged from a plane, Former Inspector General at the U.S. Department of Transportation Mary Schiavo joined the Mike Gallagher Show to detail the rights you have as an airline passenger. Join Mike Gallagher’s premium content website at...

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Michael Medved: “The Choosing People” of Passover

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As Jewish people around the world celebrate Passover, it’s worth recalling an often-ignored aspect of the Exodus story. The Midrash, a nearly-2,000-year-old collection of elucidations of the Biblical text, suggests most of the Hebrew slaves, despite the miracles around them, felt too fearful to follow Moses out of Egypt. In...

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