Townhall Review – August 10, 2019
Mark Davis has words of comfort and wisdom following the murderous shooting rampages in El Paso, TX and Dayton, Ohio.
Hugh Hewitt speaks with Dr. Richard Haass, Council on Foreign Relations president and author of, “A World in Disarray,” on the public’s distrust in media and the growing divide between the U.S. and China.
Larry Elder examines the so-called Manifesto written by the El Paso shooter.
Sebastian Gorka and James Delingpole, Breitbart’s Executive Editor in Britain, talk about the new British Prime Minister and BREXIT.
Al Mohler examines the ominous clouds gathering over religious liberty in the United States.
Seth Liebsohn and Arizona Congresswoman Debbie Lesko talk about immigration and her several new immigration bills.Read More »
The story notes “Republicans got more votes yesterday in GA-06 than Democrats and unaffiliateds combined — even after the air-dropping of $8.3 million into Jon Ossoff’s campaign. Perez and the DNC had a huge organizational advantage and the normal opportunities afforded in special elections, and still couldn’t pull off the steal” (Hot Air). The incredible moment Ossoff is confronted with the fact that he doesn’t live in the district he seeks to represent (YouTube). A look at how Democrats overplayed their hand (Washington Examiner). Another story claims it went as predicted (National Review). Karl Rove explains why both sides should be concerned (WSJ). The results made Alyssa Milano “want to puke” (Breitbart).Read More »