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California’s Napa Valley Burns and Hollywood is Exposed

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Townhall Review – October 14, 2017

Hugh Hewitt turns to Polito’s Jake Sherman to discuss President Trump’s tweet barrage in light of disasters of the past six weeks. Michael Medved explains why Harvey Weinstein’s success as a film producer doesn’t excuse him from common decency. Hugh Hewitt speaks with Wisconsin Congressman Mike Gallager, a national security expert, on why Trump’s push for maintaining our nuclear arsenal is a good idea. Mike Gallagher speaks with corporate security specialist Paul Viollis about the disturbing timeline news concerning the Vegas Massacre. Dennis Prager laments the latest news of the Boy Scouts announcing that it will now allow girls to join. Hugh Hewitt interviews his long-time friend Dr. Larry Arnn, the President of Hillsdale College, on the origin of citizen’s rights to bear arms. Finally, Mike Gallagher invites Joe Piscopo, host of AM970 The Answer, to the microphone to explain why he invests time and energy into saving Columbus Day.

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America Responds to Attack in Las Vegas

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Townhall Review – October 7, 2017

In the wake of the Vegas Massacre, President Trump issued an address to the nation. Hugh Hewitt invites David Drucker of the Washington Examiner to share on how crises like Vegas give Democrats far and wide opportunity to call for gun control. Dennis Prager shows how the problem isn’t with guns but with the moral unraveling of the country’s Judeo-Christian values. Mike Baker, a former covert operations officer with the CIA joins Kevin McCullough to discuss what measures can be taken to ensure the safety of our citizens from attacks like the one in Las Vegas. Dennis Prager takes a look at the incident involving a now fired CBS News employee whose words went a step too far. Finally, Michael Medved looks at the faith and unity that continues to be a big part of our great country.

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Trump Talks Tough at United Nations

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Townhall Review – September 21, 2017

President Trump gives a speech of a lifetime at the UN General Council. Mike Gallagher invites North Korea expert Gordon Chang on his show to weigh in on Trump’s comments about the dangerous North Korean regime. Dennis Prager also looks at a few of the great moments of President Trump’s speech. Mark Davis invites Michael Anton, senior national security official in the Trump administration, to discuss how diplomatic and economic pressures are being applied to North Korea. Ben Shapiro shares with Michael Medved his disturbing experience while speaking at UC Berkeley. Mark Davis speaks with James Hohmann, a national political correspondent for the Washington Post, about Hillary Clinton’s new book. Jake Tapper, Chief Washington Correspondent for CNN, shares with Michael Medved about what cultural bias that hurts people on the Left. Dennis Prager laments about the breakdown of order which leads to a humanity that can’t figure out what gender actually is.

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Dennis Prager: A Win for Political Tolerance

On Wednesday night last week I had the privilege of serving as guest conductor of Santa Monica Symphony Orchestra at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.

It was particularly sweet because of the efforts by many who worked against me. Members of the orchestra and Santa Monica political leaders tried to persuade orchestra members to refuse to play and persuade people to refuse to attend the concert.

Two symphony members who are also UCLA professors put out a public letter labeling my positions, “horribly bigoted.” They were helped by the New York Times, NPR and the LA Times.

But—I’m pleased to say—on Wednesday night the 2,200-seat hall was sold out.

Despite all their efforts, the intolerant ones lost this time—and lost big.

So, how was intolerance defeated?

First, to be honest, they picked a fight with a fighter.

Second, I didn’t fight alone. It seemed like the entire conservative world united behind me.

And third, when people learned what was happening, conservatives helped fill the hall.

This time, this good guys won.

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It’s Time to Focus on the North Korean Madman

White House, Obamacare, shooting, Paris Climate Agreement

Townhall Review–August 12, 2017.

Hugh Hewitt speaks with Congressman Mike Gallagher, a former Marine and a member of the House and Armed Services Committee about the direct threat N Korea posses against the U.S air base in Guam. Hewitt also interviews Robert Costa, reporter for the Washington Post, about President’s Trump’s recent heated rhetoric towards N Korea. Sam Malone, from AM1070 The Answer in Houston, turned to Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis on how this N Korean threat is viewed from the Pentagon. Hewitt interviews David Drucker, senior political correspondent for the Washington Examiner, on Google Engineer James Damore being fired for a memo questioning the company’s overt and aggressive political correctness. Michael Medved discusses with Dr. Piper, president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University and author of “Not a Day Care: The Devastating Consequences of Abandoning Truth,” about the political correctness taking over many college campuses. Hugh Hewitt speaks with Angel Aloma, executive director of Food for the Poor, on how to help the conditions of the Haitian people. Dennis Prager interviews Andrew Apter, a professor at UCLA, on why he called Prager a hateful bigot. Michael Medved talks about the cuddling industry, yes, the cuddling industry.

 

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“Can General Kelly Bring Military Discipline to the White House?”

White House, Obamacare, shooting, Paris Climate Agreement

The Townhall Review–August 5, 2017.

President Trump enthusiastically welcomes newly appointed General John Kelly as the new Chief of Staff. Hugh Hewitt speaks with James Hohman, Political Correspondent for the Washington Post, about how General Kelly is shaking things up at the White House. Mike Gallagher turns to Luke Rosiak of the Daily Caller on the White House staff scandal involving a now arrested aide to the former DNC Head Debby Wasserman Schultz. Michael Medved speaks with Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson on his plan to break the GOP healthcare logjam. Hugh Hewitt asks Molly Ball, staff writer of the Atlantic Magazine, about the White House Chief of Staff replacement. Dennis Prager interviews Alex Epstein, head of The Center for Industrial Progress in San Diego, about former Vice President Al Gore’s newly released documentary, “An Inconvenient Sequel.” Hugh Hewitt speaks with retired Admiral and former head of the US Navy’s Southern Command, James Stavridis about Venezuela moving to a full military dictatorship, led by President Nicolas Maduro. Larry Elder speaks with Professor and Lawyer Keith Fink on the First Amendment situation at UCLA that led to his firing. Mike Gallagher invites author Dinesh D’Souza on the show to talk about his new book, “The Big Lie: Exposing Nazi Roots of the American Left.”

 

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THR 6/17/17: VA Shooting and Prager’s Response to the Anti-Gun Crowd

White House, Obamacare, shooting, Paris Climate Agreement

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich joined the Mike Gallagher Show shortly after the shooting in Virginia. Dennis Prager’s response to the anti-gun crowd: “the only effective answer is for good people to be armed.” Guy Benson, sitting in for Hugh Hewitt, interviewed columnist Byron York about fringe Democrats who would like to see Trump impeached. Prager lays out the consequences of the recent British election. Benson spoke with columnist Josh Kraushaar about the special election being held in Georgia next Tuesday. Michael Medved reports on how religion is still a major part of the social fabric in America. Law Professor John Eastman tells Larry Elder why he believes Trump is not guilty of obstruction of justice. California Democrat Chris Wiggins didn’t know what he was getting into when he joined the Larry Elder Show.

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