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Ed Morrissey: The Missed Opportunity of the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court put an end to the legal challenges to the 2020 election this week, closing out a painful chapter of modern American history. Their rush to consider all these cases moot might well be understandable given the fantastical nature of some of the challenges, but it was ill-advised in other cases dealing with separation of powers and election rules.

For too long, state officials and courts at all levels have interfered with statutes governing elections, overriding the constitutional role assigned to state legislatures to set and enforce the rules for each state. The Supreme Court punted on these issues before the election in Pennsylvania. And now they have done so yet again.

As Clarence Thomas warned in his dissent, this only guarantees these issues will come up again. The next time the impact might force the courts to decide the winner. That would be a disaster for the confidence of Americans in the electoral process.

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How the GOP Survives a Democrat Controlled Universe


Townhall Review for January 23, 2021

Hugh Hewitt and Wisconsin Congressman Mike Gallagher talk about the international challenges, especially the People’s Republic of China, facing the new President.

Hugh Hewitt talks with National Review’s Jim Geraghty about the challenges facing the Republican party over the next two years.

Mike Gallagher examines President Joe Biden’s agenda for the first 100 days.

Larry Elder talks about the Democrats drive to provide the millions of illegal aliens a fast track to full citizenship.

Mike Gallagher reminds us of the Democrat hypocrisy as they vilify Republicans who challenged the election certification yet did the same thing after the 2016 election of Donald Trump.

Chris Stigall talks with Thomas Spence, president of Regnery Publishing, a Salem Media company, about Simon and Schuster’s refusal to publish a book by Missouri Senator Josh Hawley.

Dennis Prager talks about the concern with progressives looking to shape the coming agenda when President Biden expresses a desire to be a president for all people.

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Georgia Voters to Set Direction of Nation in Vote for Two Senate Seats


Townhall Review for January 2, 2021

Hugh Hewitt talks with Georgia Senator David Perdue about his Democratic opponents in the Georgia run off election and the ramifications should the Democrats take control of Congress.

Bob Frantz and Ohio Congressmen Jim Jordan talk about the stimulus bill just passed and the Georgia run off plus Democrat Jon Ossoff’s ties to China.

Trish Regan talks with former Hedge Fund manager Neil Grossman about the COVID relief bill just signed by President Trump.

Dennis Prager talks about the impact of government-imposed COVID restrictions such as flying home for the holidays and how it is important to live fully.

Allen West reflects on the year 2020 and why we need to think about the positives.

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Mohler: Do Voters in Georgia Recognize Raphael Warnock?


There is one big question still outstanding from our recent election and that question is this: Who will control the United States Senate?

There are two races in Georgia which will decide control of the Senate for at least the next two years, likely longer.

In one of those races—the contest is between Kelly Loeffler and Raphael Warnock—and in this race, you’re looking at something that is unprecedented in the state of Georgia.

The Reverend Dr. Raphael Warnock just may be the most radical candidate conceivable from a state like Georgia.

When it comes to the question of abortion, he is one of the most radical candidates to run, not only in the South, but anywhere in recent American history.

The question is, do the voters in Georgia actually recognize this?

We’re going to find out on January the 5th. Now is the time for the voters of Georgia to wake up and understand what’s going on. The entire nation is watching.

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Mohler: Do Voters in Georgia Recognize Raphael Warnock?


There is one big question still outstanding from our recent election and that question is this: Who will control the United States Senate?

There are two races in Georgia which will decide control of the Senate for at least the next two years, likely longer.

In one of those races—the contest is between Kelly Loeffler and Raphael Warnock—and in this race, you’re looking at something that is unprecedented in the state of Georgia.

The Reverend Dr. Raphael Warnock just may be the most radical candidate conceivable from a state like Georgia.

When it comes to the question of abortion, he is one of the most radical candidates to run, not only in the South, but anywhere in recent American history.

The question is, do the voters in Georgia actually recognize this?

We’re going to find out on January the 5th. Now is the time for the voters of Georgia to wake up and understand what’s going on. The entire nation is watching.

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David Perdue: “Boycotting GA Senate Election Will Hand Keys to Democrats” with Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher talks with GA Senator David Perdue about the GA Senate runoff election on January 5th.  They discuss how Democrats like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez seek to win the GA Senate seats so that House Democrats will “not have to negotiate.”

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Lanhee Chen: Two Seats in Georgia

It’s easy to dismiss the upcoming Senate elections in Georgia as just another vote to decide two more seats in Congress—and that, ultimately, it may not be all that consequential. I’m sure some of our fellow Americans—and more than a few Georgians—wonder what the point of voting is at all, especially given the outcome of the recent presidential elections.

But I’d urge those Georgians with doubts or who wonder if their vote matters to recognize that the upcoming elections in their state do, indeed, matter. A lot.

An unconstrained left means a move toward socialized medicine, the Green New Deal, and much higher taxes for many Americans. The only way that can be stopped is if Georgia voters cast their ballots—either by mail or in person—in the upcoming runoff elections for the US Senate. Your voices will matter, and your votes will be consequential.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to make a real difference for all Americans.

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