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Epstein Revelations Exposes Darkest Side of Elite

Townhall Review – July 13, 2019

Dennis Prager talks with reporter Andy Ngo, who was attacked by Antifa protestors in Portland, Oregon, as the police just stood by.

Larry Elder gives his take on the housing mortgage crisis and the tie-in with calls for reparations.

Hugh Hewitt and David Drucker talk about the sex trafficking accusations against financier Jeffrey Epstein.

Joe Piscopo talks with attorney Alan Dershowitz about the Jeffrey Epstein case and how Dershowitz has been falsely tied to Epstein.

Hugh Hewitt talks to Robert Kaplan about China and the dangers we face from the communist regime.

Mike Gallagher sits down with Mollie Hemmingway of The Federalist and Carrie Severino of the Judicial Crisis Network to talk about their book, “Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court .”

Mike Gallagher talks about comments made by former President Jimmy Carter that suggest the Presidency of Donald Trump might be illegitimate.

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Lanhee Chen: Standing for Liberty in Hong Kong

The free world recently mourned the 30th anniversary of China’s brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protestors in Tiananmen Square.

Although the dreams of a freer, more open China were crushed in June 1989, today in Hong Kong the voices of freedom are again speaking out against tyranny.

Hong Kong’s civil liberties and autonomy are at risk.

Youth protestors originally took to the streets to oppose legislation that would allow for extradition of criminal suspects to mainland China. Although the proposed law has been shelved, the protestors–numbering about two million at one point–continue to speak out against the government in Beijing and in favor of democracy and the preservation of liberty in Hong Kong.

There’s a temptation to ignore the cries for freedom, half a world away. But we should always stand with those who seek liberty and democracy, wherever that might be.

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Remembering D-Day; Remembering Tiananmen

Townhall Review – June 8, 2019

Seth Leibsohn reflects on the 30th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square incident in Beijing, China.

Hugh Hewitt asks Congressman Mike Gallagher for his take on containing China’s usurpation of U.S. world leadership.

Sam Malone talks with Steven Bucci, former Special Forces Officer now with the Heritage Foundation, about remembering D-Day and the Battle of Normandy.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Senator Rick Scott, whose dad was part of the invasion force at Normandy on D-Day.

Ed Martin talks with John Schlafly about the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision on a question about citizenship in the 2020 census.

Sebastian Gorka talks with Anna Timmer, who took Congressman Justin Amash to task for calling for the impeachment of President Trump.

Dennis Prager talks with Professor Robert Epstein, one-time Editor in Chief of Psychology Today about his study that uncovered political bias in such companies as Google and Facebook.

Dennis Prager talks about loneliness being a result of “kinlessness.”

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Albert Mohler: The Memory of Tiananmen; The Face of Communism

This week marked the 30th anniversary of one of the darkest days of the 20th century: On June 4, 1989 guns were fired and the tanks rolled against students who had assembled in China in historic Tiananmen Square in Beijing.

The students had begun gathering in mid-April, sensing what they thought was a cease in the political openness within China. They called for a multi-party system, rights for students, freedom of assembly and freedom of the press.

Western media were captivated by these courageous young protestors.

But in the hours between June 3 and 4, the Chinese Communist Party announced it was going to eliminate the protest.

Western estimates of the dead students range from several hundred to the far more credible several thousands.

There is one basic historical lesson of Tiananmen Square, and that is this: A Communist party in a one-party state does not give up its control without blood.

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