Tag Archives: conservative

Senate Fails to Pass “Born Alive” Act

Townhall Review – March 2, 2019

Mike Gallagher opines on the U. S. Senate defeat of the “Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act,” as well as examines the U. S. House of Representative’s Oversight Committee’s hearing with convicted former Trump lawyer, Michael Cohen.

Sebastian Gorka talks with Peter Schweizer, President of the American Accountability Institute, about the widening gap in the Democrat Party in the run-up to the 2020 elections.

Dennis Prager talks with Nancy Rommelmann, whose husband’s coffee business is now under attack following the release of a video she made criticizing the #metoo movement.

Mark Davis asks Wilfred Reilly, professor of Political Science at Kentucky State University, about his recent book, Hate Crime Hoax: How the Left is Selling a Fake Race War and about the Jussie Smollett case.

Actor and U.S. Veteran advocate Gary Sinise talks with Dennis Prager about his book, Grateful American.

Larry Elder offers up audio of the confrontation between Senator Diane Feinstein and a group of school children over the Green New Deal.

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David Davenport: Young People Lurching Left

With four cities permitting 16-year old voting and several states considering it, what we have not known is how they might vote. Thanks to a study by the Pew Foundation, now we do and it’s troubling.

In short, younger people agree with their older millennial brothers and sisters, only more so, and they disagree with their boomer parents and silent generation grandparents. 70 percent of 13-21 year olds think government should be doing more, compared with an average 44% of boomers.

Only 30 percent support Trump, compared to an average 48 percent of older groups. They are the most pessimistic about the future of the country. We already know they are much more accepting of socialism.

This feels like more than the old pattern where young people start out more liberal but grow conservative over time. It sounds an alarm for more civic education and making a better case for capitalism.

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How Smollett Played the Media

Townhall Review with Hugh Hewitt – February 23, 2019

Dennis Prager examines the unraveling of the Jussie Smollett story as it now appears to be a hoax. Mike Gallagher looks at the sixteen states that have filed suit against President Trump’s national emergency declaration. Hugh Hewitt talks to Joseph Loconte, The King’s College professor, about his recent article detailing the good and bad of the church through history. Sebastian Gorka and Sharyl Attkisson, former CBS News investigative reporter, talk about the many leaks stemming from the Mueller investigation. Kevin McCullough and Townhall editor Katie Pavlich discuss alleged left-wing efforts to evoke the 25th amendment to remove the President from office. Hugh Hewitt talks to Salena Zito, Washington Examiner reporter, about the resurgence of meth coming into the U.S. through our southern border. Larry Elder talks about the Jussie Smollett story and takes a macro look at racism and if it is as big a problem in America as many claim.

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Democrats Feel the Heat at the State of the Union

Townhall Review – February 9, 2019

Hugh Hewitt talks with Senator Marco Rubio about President Trump’s State of the Union address.

Kevin McCullough speaks with The Wall Street Journal’s Kimberly Strassel about the Democrat’s reactions during the State of the Union.

Hugh Hewitt talks with John Bolton, National Security Advisor to President Trump, about the situation in Venezuela.

Mike Gallagher talks about a Victor Davis Hanson article titled “The Progressive Race to the Bottom.”

Hugh Hewitt talks with Chris Christie about the 2016 presidential campaign and his book Let Me Finish: Trump, the Kushners, Bannon, New Jersey, and the Power of In-Your-Face Politics.

Sebastian Gorka discusses the Virginia abortion law with investigative reporter Sara Carter.

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Crisis in Venezuela; Maduro’s Days Numbered

Townhall Review – February 2, 2019

Hugh Hewitt and Congressman Mike Gallagher examine the leadership crisis in Venezuela and what the U.S. Military can do.

Dennis Prager and Mary O’Grady of the Wall Street Journal look at the problems facing the Venezuelan military and national guard.

Sebastian Gorka invites Marji Ross, Publisher of Regnery Books, to talk about Karen Pence’s book, Marlon Bundo’s Day in the Life of the Vice President, and the controversy over Karen’s decision to go back to teaching, part-time.

Larry Elder looks at institutional racism and how Hollywood is handling it.

Sebastian Gorka asks Pete Peterson, Dean of the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, for his take on the lawsuits facing Pacific Gas & Electric stemming from the devastating California wildfires.

Dennis Prager talks with British historian Andrew Roberts about the fascinating life of Winston Churchill.

Mike Gallagher and actress Shari Rigby talk about her movie portrayal of Gladys Staines, an Australian missionary whose husband and children were murdered by Hindu radicals in India.

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The President Takes the Bully Pulpit: An Oval Office Address Amidst the Government Shutdown


Townhall Review – January 12, 2019

Mark Davis and Texas Senator John Cornyn examine the southern border security problem facing the State of Texas. Mike Gallagher asks Fox News host Tucker Carlson for his take on the government shutdown. Bob Frantz talks with Hugh Hewitt about the proposed U.S. pullout from Syria. Mike Gallagher asks author, columnist, and Hoover Institution Fellow Victor Davis Hansen what’s going on with the so-called Russian collusion investigation. Sebastian Gorka has Charlie Kirk, of Turning Point USA, talk about the culture war on our high school and university campuses. Dennis Prager talks with Abigail Shrier of the Federalist about Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria. Larry Elder congratulates Ohio State Buckeyes Coach Urban Meyer on their resounding victory in the Rose Bowl and about his coaching Tim Tebow.

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Michael Medved and Pete Peterson on Conservative Thought Amidst Pervasive Leftist Academia


Michael Medved and Pete Peterson, the Dean of the Graduate School of Public Policy at Pepperdine University, on how the 2018 midterm election shows the trend away from conservatism, especially among college graduates, and what can be done to prepare leaders who can speak across the aisle.

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