Tag Archives: Alliance Defending Freedom

Syria, Turkey, the Kurds and the Specter of Impeachment

Townhall Review – October 12, 2019

Hugh Hewitt and Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton discuss Turkey’s intervention in Syria.

Hugh Hewitt and Middle East expert and scholar Michael Rubin talk about President Trump’s decision to reduce troop strength in Syria.

Sebastian Gorka and Fox Sports host Clay Travis talk about the NBA controversial support of China.

Hugh Hewitt and Kristen Waggoner, Senior Counsel for the Alliance Defending Freedom, discuss landmark cases now before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Dan Proft talks with Margot Cleveland about a Louisiana pro-life law that is now under review by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Sebastian Gorka talks with New York Congressmen Lee Zeldin about his impatience with Congressional inaction.

Dan Proft and Douglas Murray, British author, journalist and social critic discuss his recent book, “The Madness of Crowds.”

Mike Gallagher talks with Fred Fleitz, CEO of the Center for Security Policy, about his recent lively exchange with CNN’s Chris Cuomo.

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Volume on Impeachment Reaches Distortion Level

Townhall Review – September 28, 2019

Mark Davis talks with Texas Congressman Lance Gooden about the effects the House impeachment efforts might have on international relations.

Mike Gallagher comments on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s move to start impeachment efforts in the House.

Hugh Hewitt and Oklahoma Senator James Lankford talk about the Senate’s role in any impeachment effort.

Seth Leibsohn talks with Marlo Lewis, Senior Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, about the recent climate strike demonstrations.

Dennis Prager talks with Travis Barham, Senior Counsel with the Alliance Defending Freedom, about its efforts to discourage bullying by governments and colleges.

Hugh Hewitt talks with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch about his book, “A Republic, If You Can Keep It.”

Hugh Hewitt and Pete Peterson, Dean of Pepperdine’s Graduate School of Public Policy, talk about “Viewpoint Diversity.”

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Professor Punished for Refusing to Use “Preferred Pronoun” of Student: Dennis Prager and ADF’s Travis Barham

Dennis Prager talks with Travis Barham, Senior Counsel with the Alliance Defending Freedom, about its efforts to discourage bullying by governments and colleges. Barham specifically cites Meriwether v. The Trustees of Shawnee State University in which professor Meriwether was reprimanded and could be fired because he refused to use the preferred pronoun of a transgender student.

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The Attack on Saudi Arabia, Another Attack on Kavanaugh and a First Amendment Victory

Townhall Review – September 21, 2019

Hugh Hewitt is joined by Deputy Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette to discuss the attack on the Saudi oil fields.

Dennis Prager talks with Mollie Hemingway about her book, “Justice on Trial” and the new unsubstantiated charges leveled against U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Seth Leibsohn and Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Jonathan Scruggs talk about a key religious freedom decision by the Arizona Supreme Court.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Colorado Senator Cory Gardner about Democrats threatening U.S. energy independence.

Dennis Prager and Civil War historian Allen Guelzo talk about failed reconstruction following the U.S. Civil War.

Hugh Hewitt invites former Secretary of Defense General James Mattis to talk about his book, “Call Sign Chaos – Learning to Lead.”

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with author and neuroscientist Judith Grisel about the neurological dangers of “vaping.”

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Owen Strachan: A Big Win for First Amendment Freedom

“The rights of free speech and free exercise… are not limited to soft murmurings behind the doors of a person’s home or church…

These guarantees protect the right of every American to express their beliefs in public. This includes the right to create and sell words, paintings, and art that express a person’s sincere religious beliefs.”

So said the majority of the Arizona Supreme Court earlier this week.

With this win, artistic printers Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski of Phoenix were freed up to conduct their business according to their deeply held convictions.

SOGI policies we’ve seen elsewhere were turned on these two who had—respectfully—opted not to create wedding invitations for same-sex weddings.

Attorneys with Alliance Defending Freedom stepped in—and religious liberty prevailed.

This is a big win for First Amendment freedom.

We should never have to murmur our convictions.

We should never be compelled to express views at odds with those convictions.

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