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Dems Debate In Wake of Iranian Aggression


Hugh Hewitt talks with former NATO Commander Admiral James Stavridis about the Iranian attack on American forces in Iraq.

Hugh Hewitt asks Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney for her perspective on the Democrat candidates’ perplexing non-response regarding the Iranian attack on American forces in Iraq.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Texas Senator Ted Cruz about the impeachment trial of President Trump now before the Senate.

Mike Gallagher and Cully Stimson, of the Heritage Foundation, talk about Apple Corporation’s refusal to unlock phones for law enforcement.

Dennis Prager talks with Daniel Hannan, European Parliament member, about the January 31st exit by the UK from the EU and the promise that holds.

Dennis Prager and Caroline Glick talk about President Trump’s Middle East Policy and reaction to the death of Iranian General Soleimani.

Larry Elder talks about the media reactions to the news emanating from the Middle East.

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Soleimani, Iran and the Power of Deterrence

Townhall Review – January 11, 2020

President Trump addresses the nation following the military strike that killed Iranian General Qasem Soleimani.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobsen talk with Cliff May, President of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, about the reaction to the strike.

Hugh Hewitt and retired New York Times London Bureau Chief John Fisher Burns talk about the European reaction.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Senator Tom Cotton on Iran and Impeachment.

Hugh Hewitt and Senator John Cornyn talk about Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s delaying tactics on impeachment.

Seth Leibsohn gives his views what he calls a “vanishing frame of reference.”

Dennis Prager and Yoram Hazony, Founder and Chair of the Edmond Burke Society, talk about the Judeo-Christian roots of America.

Sebastian Gorka turns to novelist Andrew Klavan to talks about British comedian Ricky Garvais’ “blistering” of his audience of actors and film executives as he hosted the Golden Globe Awards.

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Year Ends with Impeachment Still in Limbo


Townhall Review – January 4, 2020

Seth Leibsohn looks at Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s efforts to keep the impeachment chaos alive.

Larry Elder reviews the Hillary Clinton server controversies as well as other Obama-era controversies.

Dennis Prager talks with Daniel Hannan, Brexit proponent and member of the European Parliament, about the recent British election.

Hugh Hewitt talks with author Rebecca Powell about her book, “Awful Beautiful Life, When God Shows Up in the Midst of Tragedy.

Dennis Prager talks with Amity Shlaes about her book, “The Great Society, A New History.”

Larry Elder talks about Joe Biden’s bending of the truth about his involvement in the civil rights movement.

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Hugh Hewitt: In Appreciation of the “Trump Judges”

Conservatives—and, in particular, Evangelicals—who minimize the importance of President Trump’s judicial appointments betray a naivete about the growing perils to religious liberty in our country today.

Too many do not grasp the sheer number of cases on the religious clauses of the First Amendment that have reached the high court in recent years.

The Hobby Lobby decision in 2014 and the Masterpiece Cake decision of 2018 are perhaps the highest profile of the enormously important decisions we’ve seen.

And the cases keep coming:

The court has recently agreed to review decisions by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit on the ability of two Catholic schools in California to operate out of Christian conviction.

The answer from the court will be crucial to the future of religious education across the country.

For those whose faith is crucial to their lives, the “Trump judges” make all the difference in the world.

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