Tag Archives: Censorship

Georgia Special Election That Will Determine Control of Senate Just Weeks Away


Townhall Review for December 26, 2020

Hugh Hewitt talks with John Harris, co-founder of Politico, about the Georgia Senator runoff race and comments made by Democrat candidate Raphael Warnock.

Hugh Hewitt and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich talk about President Trump’s reluctance to concede the race and what comes next for the GOP.

Hugh Hewitt talks with former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie about his presidential ambitions and how he helped President Trump prepare for the debates.

Hugh Hewitt and columnist Selena Zito talk about how government reaction to the pandemic has destroyed lives and businesses.

Charlie Kirk talks with self-proclaimed liberal James Lindsay and Sean Davis, of The Federalist, about big tech censorship.

Dennis Prager talks with Peter Wood, president of the National Association of Scholars, about his book, “1620: A Critical Response to the 1619 Project.”

Trish Regan and businessman Andy Puzder talk about the economy under President Trump.

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Jerry Bowyer: Amazon Moves in a Chilling Direction

Amazon recently announced that it will no longer sell books by Dr. Joseph Nicolosi and others which help people deal with unwanted same-sex attraction.

With this, we’ve crossed a new boundary in the no-longer latent authoritarianism of the sexual revolution. In Judaism and Christianity, your nature is defined by God. In ancient Greek thought, it was defined by nature. Our modern on-going sexual revolution threw all of that aside and said that you define yourself, your will decides your identity.

But now even that restraint is being thrown off, and a one-way door is erected in its place. If you want to self-identify as gay, you can, and help is available. But if you want to self-identify as straight, the help window is slammed shut.

Amazon is moving in a chilling direction: from online book seller to online book censor.

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‘I Feel Like I’m in a Monty Python Skit Here’ Dennis Prager at Senate Subcommittee on Google Censorship

Dennis Prager at the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on the Constitution hearing entitled “Google and Censorship through Search Engines” in Washington, D.C. on July 16, 2019.  Dennis also answers speaks with Senator Marsha Blackburn after giving his written statement.

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