Sebastian Gorka talks with Victor Davis Hanson, historian and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, discuss the ongoing election challenges around the country, media bias, standing together for the Georgia Senate races.Read More »
Dennis Prager talks to Peter Schweizer, president of the Government Accountability Institute and the author of Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite. They discuss the Biden family corruption, in which Joe Biden uses his family to bank money from foreign governments while he was in office. Peter Schweizer has a video he produced called, The truth about the Bidens: Joe and Hunter Ride the Dragon.Read More »
In 1952, Alderman Robert Merriam remarked to journalist A.J. Liebling that Chicago “is the only completely corrupt city in America.”
That hasn’t changed in the dismissal of charges against Jussie Smollett.
Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx is one of the Socialist Spice Girls put together by Michelle Obama’s top lieutenants. That’s why Mayor Rahm Emanuel was out of the communication loop.
Why would Foxx have inappropriate ex parte communications and muck up her recusal?
Why would her office waive the customary demand for reduced sentencing by Smollett and offer no objection to the case file being immediately sealed?
Was Foxx making good on a promise?—accepting a bigger, better quid pro quo?—or just singing the tune she needed to sing to stay in the band?
That’s now a matter for the FBI to figure out.
What everyone has figured out about Chicago is that the rule of politics supersedes the rule of law.
Chicago—indeed—is completely corrupt.Read More »
Townhall Review — September 1, 2018
Hugh Hewitt speaks with author Rod Dreher about the latest bombshell in the Catholic church; this time from a report written by a high-ranking Church official implicating the Vatican. Mike Gallagher tells the shocking details of a Cardinal downplaying the importance of this disturbing news. Michael Medved remembers former Vietnam war hero and P.O.W, Senator John McCain. Mike Gallagher exposes the media’s faulty news coverage of the Michael Cohen case, especially now that Lanny Davis, a former advisor to the Clintons during the 90s, admits that he misled the media. Dennis Prager looks at the Left’s desire to replace “toxic masculinity” with “Mr. Sensitive,” leaving nobody to fight evil. Hugh Hewitt turns to Chad Pecknold, a theologian and professor at Catholic University in Washington D.C., to discuss the deep corruption inside the Catholic church, and how Pope Francis, who is implicated, has not yet given a public response. Dennis Prager and Andrew McCarthy, Senior Editor at National Review, simplify the complex aspects of the Michael Cohen trial. Larry Elder and Los Angeles attorney Reeve Chudd give tribute to Aretha Franklin and her contribution to music, but also how important it is to have a last will and testament.Read More »
The new film “Chappaquiddick” depicts a searing scandal that changed the course of political history. As the only surviving brother in a storied dynasty, 37-year-old Senator Ted Kennedy looked like a sure bet for the Presidency in the Summer of 1969. But after leaving a boozy party with a 28-year-old female passenger, he drove his car off a bridge.
Inexplicably, he waited more than 9 hours before notifying local authorities who might have rescued the trapped young woman. The film highlights backstage manipulations, involving some of the nation’s most powerful figures, that rushed the victim’s burial without autopsy and treated Ted’s political survival as their all-important goal.
For those disgusted by today’s tawdry politics, “Chappaquiddick” provides a powerful reminder that corruption and arrogance have long afflicted American public life.Read More »