Townhall Review with Hugh Hewitt – March 9, 2019
Mark Davis and ADF Senior Counsel Matt Sharp discuss the Masterpiece Cakeshop case.
Mike Gallagher and Kellyanne Conway talk about their concern with the leftward direction of the Democrat party.
Dennis Prager examines what is behind the Left’s latest attack on the concept of “Preserving American Heritage.”
Seth Leibsohn and Arizona congressman Andy Biggs look at the Democrat leadership’s failure to reign in the socialist and anti-Semitic freshmen.
Pawn Stars host Rick Harrison joins Sebastian Gorka to talk about Rick’s comparison of socialism to heroin.
As the far-left, many colleges, the media, and many in government are championing trans-gender males competing as females against female, many female athletes are crying foul! Dennis Prager examines.
Larry Elder and president and CEO at the Pacific Research Institute look at the Democrat’s Medicare-for-All proposal.Read More »
Townhall Review – September 22, 2018
As the Democrats launch a last-minute effort to derail the Kavanaugh confirmation, Hugh Hewitt talks with Senator Grassley about the possible testimony of Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Ford. Mike Gallagher and Ed Morrissey examine the latest details. Hugh Hewitt solicits the opinion of Congresswoman Martha McSally of Arizona on the hearing and talks about the congresswoman’s campaign for the U.S. Senate. Michael Medved looks at Seattle’s rampant homelessness and the direction Seattle’s government is heading to address the problem. Mike Gallagher looks at job growth among the “underclass” with Alfredo Ortiz, President of the Job Creators Network. Hugh Hewitt talks with Bob Woodward about his new book, Fear on the Trump Administration. Michael Medved talks with journalist James Robbins about his new book, Erasing America: Losing our Future by Destroying our Past. Larry Elder reacts to a leaked video of a Google “all-hands” meeting shortly after President Trump’s election victory.Read More »
Townhall Review — January 20, 2018
Hugh Hewitt invites Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte to explain the contentious issues on the DACA impasse in Washington, DC. Larry Elder and John Lott, the president of the Crime Prevention Center, dig into the data concerning the true record of illegal immigrants in his state, Arizona. Hugh Hewitt allows two journalists to give their opposite prognostications of Republican performance in the upcoming midterm elections. Mike Allen tells Hewitt why a Democratic takeover the house “now looks likely.” Robert Costa contends that the Republicans still have an upper hand due to a promising economy. Dennis Prager follows with the latest news on his battle with Google and their unfair practices against PragerU and other conservative publishers on YouTube. Michael Medved honors the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by correcting the liberal media’s rewriting of King’s ideological history. Finally, Medved inserts himself into the controversy of Trump’s recently reported statements against Haiti, by rejecting the media’s extreme reaction while advising the administration to avoid language that contradicts their own merit-based immigration proposal.Read More »
I hope you heard about Senator John McCain’s heroic to the floor of the United States Senate to keep the effort to repeal and replace Obamacare alive.
We should—and his colleagues should—listen. With reference to “their deliberations” he said: “They can be sincere and principled. But they are more partisan, more tribal more of the time than any other time I remember.”
Senator McCain has seen and accomplished much during his decades as an elected official, in service to the people of Arizona and the country.
So his words from the Senate floor should serve as a warning to all of us: Our system of deliberative democracy is suffering and our public officials may only be making it worse.
It’s a sad observation from someone we should listen to.
For our part, we should focus on sending to Washington people are who are focused on solving problems, not just demagoging them; people who put patriotism above partisanship; people who appeal to what unites us, rather than what divides us.[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/335130118″ params=”color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]
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