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GOP Turns Attention to Georgia with Control of the Senate at Stake


Townhall Review – November 21, 2020

Hugh Hewitt talks with Florida Senator Marco Rubio the Senate run-off races in the neighboring state of Georgia.

Hugh Hewitt and NBC News political analyst Jonathan Allen talk about media coverage of the Georgia Senate run-off race.

Larry Elder examines the mass exodus from Twitter and Facebook to other startups that don’t block and censor conservative views.

Hugh Hewitt talks with NBC News political correspondent Steve Kornacki about the details of the election.

Larry Elder talks with on-street reporter Andy Ngo about physical attacks on Trump supporters by groups such as Antifa.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with author Chris Arnade about the ground lost by Democrats in the House and state legislatures.

Mike Gallagher looks at media reporting and how they are all saying nearly the exact same things.

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Twitter and Facebook Shut Down News that Threatens Biden Campaign


Townhall Review – October 24, 2020

Sebastian Gorka and Charlie Kirk talk about their Twitter accounts being locked because they dared to post information about Presidential candidate Joe Biden and his family.

Kevin McCullough and former New York City Rudy Giuliani talk about the damaging information that is alleged to be on the Hunter Biden computer.

Dennis Prager looks at how big tech companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, and YouTube, are trying to block the story that the New York Post published about the emails found on Hunter Biden’s laptop.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Texas Senator John Cornyn about the upcoming confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett.

Larry Elder takes on the absurd effort by the left to paint Donald Trump as a racist that has no grounding in fact or evidence.

Chris Stigall talks with Lou Holtz, one of college football’s greatest coaches of all time, about his reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.

Mike Gallagher examines Democratic governors, particularly California Governor Gavin Newsom, and the abuse of power in holding citizens to smothering lockdowns and restrictions.

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Jerry Bowyer: Anti-Conservative Bias in Big-Tech

Social media censorship has reached a new low, with Twitter’s suppression of a New York Post story that looks bad for Biden. Last week, the Post published a report containing emails from Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, that suggest corruption on both their parts.

Almost as soon as the article was published, Twitter and Facebook got to work trying to scrub it from existence. Both tech giants prevented users from posting the article—and even banned some who did.

It’s another example in a long line of anti-conservative bias in big-tech.

Their underlying motivation for suppressing this story is simple: they want Biden to win and Trump to lose, so any story bad for Biden must be thrown into the memory-hole.

We can debate whether there’s a necessity for government action—but we should absolutely see action from shareholders—investors who have the power to demand an explanation for big tech’s appalling censorship of inconvenient journalism.

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Obamagate: Democrats Abandon the Constitution


Townhall Review – May 23, 2020

Sebastian Gorka talks about his early years in Hungary, the birthplace of his parents, and explains why he is deeply troubled by what he sees threatening the freedom of America today.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with Fred Fleitz, former CIA analyst, about a recently declassified memo that Susan Rice allegedly sent to herself detailing a meeting between former President Obama, Vice President Biden and others where withholding information from the incoming administration was discussed.

Hugh Hewitt and Washington Examiner correspondent Byron York talk about district judge Emmet Sullivan’s delaying tactics in the DOJ effort to dismiss the case against General Michael Flynn.

Sebastian Gorka talks with writer and China expert Victor Davis Hanson about the distrust of the Communist Chinese regime and why it’s time to take our business elsewhere.

Dennis Prager and Pete Hegseth of Fox and Friends talk about how state governors coast to coast are taking advantage of emergency powers to lock down everything from parks to churches.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, about the decision of Facebook to appoint an oversight board to decide what is and isn’t truth.

Dennis Prager talks with Vice President Mike Pence about overzealous blue-state governors penalizing churches under what may be a violation of religious liberty.

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Nation Begins to Emerge From Shutdown

Townhall Review – May 2, 2020

Hugh Hewitt talks with Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton about the latest spending challenge, Phase IV of the CARES Act.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talks with retired Army Lt. Colonel James Carafano of the Heritage Foundation about North Korean dictator Kim Jung Un and General Mike Flynn.

Mike Gallagher give his opinion of YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram and what appears to be their censoring of content they don’t agree with.

Sebastian Gorka turns to author and columnist Victor Davis Hanson to talk about President Trump’s daily press briefings on COVID-19.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Pete Peterson, Dean of the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Public Policy, about that school’s adaptation relating to COVID-19.

Sebastian Gorka talks with former FEC Commissioner Hans von Spakovsky about the fight pending on Capitol Hill regarding the “Vote by Mail” efforts from Democrats.

Hugh Hewitt and historian Arthur Herman talk about how American business can help us recover from the COVID-19 plague.

Dennis Prager talks with Heather MacDonald of the Manhattan Institute, about how our preoccupation  with safety and its cohort, fear, have almost become a religion.

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Remembering D-Day; Remembering Tiananmen

Townhall Review – June 8, 2019

Seth Leibsohn reflects on the 30th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square incident in Beijing, China.

Hugh Hewitt asks Congressman Mike Gallagher for his take on containing China’s usurpation of U.S. world leadership.

Sam Malone talks with Steven Bucci, former Special Forces Officer now with the Heritage Foundation, about remembering D-Day and the Battle of Normandy.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Senator Rick Scott, whose dad was part of the invasion force at Normandy on D-Day.

Ed Martin talks with John Schlafly about the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision on a question about citizenship in the 2020 census.

Sebastian Gorka talks with Anna Timmer, who took Congressman Justin Amash to task for calling for the impeachment of President Trump.

Dennis Prager talks with Professor Robert Epstein, one-time Editor in Chief of Psychology Today about his study that uncovered political bias in such companies as Google and Facebook.

Dennis Prager talks about loneliness being a result of “kinlessness.”

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Michael Medved: Obsessive Bigotry Threatens the Hater, Along With the Hated

Those in the grip of an obsessive, irrational hatred can’t keep themselves from expressing it, even when they damage their own interests in the process.

For Louis Farrakhan, recently kicked off of Facebook for his bigotry, it clearly hurt him to denounce “satanic Jews” to a Catholic congregation in his latest unhinged diatribe.

For Rashida Tlaib, saying she always gets “kind of a calming feeling” when she thinks of the Holocaust, and suggesting that Palestinians created a “safe haven” for Jews in the Middle East, obviously undermined her already shaky position with her House colleagues. For Tlaib, she wasn’t even asked about the Holocaust, but brought it up in the context of her one-state opposition to any Jewish homeland, anywhere on earth.

Irrational anti-Semitic outbursts not only threaten Jewish people, but simultaneously menace the blighted obsessives who can’t stop themselves from uttering them.

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