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Media Throws out Objectivity and Embraces Propaganda: Bob Frantz with Pete Kirsanow

Bob Frantz has a wide-ranging interview with Peter Kirsanow, commissioner on the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, about the #walkaway campaign, Lebron James and BLM overlooking the overwhelming interracial crimes against whites, the entire Democrat party devoted to false narratives, media blackouts the rise in violence in Democrat-run cities, and Joe Biden plagiarism while campaigning.

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Democrats Feed Racial Tension

Townhall Review – August 17, 2019

Larry Elder talks with Mercedes Schlapp, former White House Director of Strategic Communications, about how she finds herself in the frustrating role of defending the President against the absurd racism claims.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with Mike Rogers, former House Intelligence Chairman and FBI agent about the unusual details surrounding the alleged suicide of Jeffrey Epstein.

Hugh Hewitt discusses the volatile Hong Kong situation with House member Liz Cheney.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Josh Kraushaar, political editor for National Journal about efforts by Democrats to increase gun control.

Larry Elder and Peter Kirsanow, commissioner of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and member of the National Labor Relations Board, talk about illegal immigration and crime.

Dennis Prager talks with Bjorn Lomborg, president of the Copenhagen Consensus Center about the absurdity of going vegetarian to fight climate change.

Sebastian Gorka asks Hugh Hewitt about his recent Washington Post article, “The Party of Robert F. Kennedy is Gone.”

Dennis Prager talks about how textbooks, once intended as teaching tools, have become weapons for propaganda.

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Democratic Debate Slides Leftward

Townhall Review – August 3, 2019

Mike Gallagher with Eric Trump and Bob Frantz with Michael Johns, former speechwriter for President Bush ’41, all share their impressions on the recent 2nd round of Democrat debates.

Dennis Prager speaks with USA Today columnist Jim Robbins about his devastating column on Baltimore.

Hugh Hewitt turns to Harry Kazianis, Director of Korean Studies at the Center for the National Interest, for the latest on North Korea in light of the missiles fired earlier this week.

Seth Leibsohn invites Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute as well as the author of  “The War on Cops” to give her law and order insight into Joe Biden’s “tough on crime” jargon.

Hugh Hewitt invites Kasey Pipes, the former advisor to President George W. Bush, to share about his new book: “After the Fall: The Remarkable Comeback of Richard Nixon.”

Mike Lindell, the founder of My Pillow, tells Mike Gallagher about his big push to help those recovering from addiction.

 

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David Davenport: Localism Still Alive, Even in California

In a move with national implications, the California legislature halted a bill to force local governments to increase housing density. Think multiple homes on single lots and apartment buildings near transit centers.

It was a battle between Governor Gavin Newsom and Democrats on one side addressing a housing crisis, and California residents who had bought into their California dream communities on the other. Above all, it was a question of local control.

Liberals said there was no time to debate or compromise, this was a crisis. Everything in government is now wars and emergencies: Wars on poverty, crime, drugs, terror and 31 states of national emergency. We need action now.

Finally, a few Democrats who represented suburban districts said let’s take more time with this, seek something less extreme, find a compromise.

Good for them. Localism is still alive, even in California.

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