Hugh Hewitt talks with Tony Sayegh, new White House Senior Advisor for Strategy, on impeachment, and U.S. China relations.Read More »
Townhall Review – November 23, 2019
Hugh Hewitt and Brian Hook, special representative to Iran, talks about the sanctions that have been imposed on Iran.
Hugh Hewitt talks with National Review’s Jim Geraghty about Attorney General William Barr who has said the Democrats are trying to sabotage the Trump administration regardless of the consequences.
Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with Andrew McCarthy of the National Review about the impeachment and the whistleblower.
Hugh Hewitt asks Georgia Republican Doug Collins if Congress is getting anything done while preparing for and performing in this impeachment circus.
Dennis Prager offers his opinion on the decision by the CEO of Chick-fil-A to change the company’s charitable direction.
Hugh Hewitt talks with former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley about her book, “With All Due Respect.”
Larry Elder explains why the Democrat-controlled House keeps changing the reasons for impeachment on an almost daily basis.Read More »
There are three paths before Senate Majority Leader McConnell when it comes to any articles of impeachment the House eventually sends the Senate’s way.
One is short: a quick dismissal by the Senate.
One is long: an extensive trial that would let the president and his defenders expose wrongdoing by Democrats and their ”permanent bureaucracy” allies.
The third—the only approach that is obviously wrong but that may also be the most likely outcome—would be a far more limited trial that would serve only to reward Democrats for their bad behavior before reaching the foreordained conclusion that President Trump will not be removed from office.
There’s a lot of appeal to the first in my list: a long, deep dive.
There’s also a strong argument to be made for peremptory dismissal—think of it as a motion for summary judgment.
Whatever course Leader McConnell takes, he should take care to not legitimize this sham impeachment.Read More »
The Democrats seem to have an impeachment problem.
Recent polling from The New York Times and Siena college shows that in six swing states that President Trump won in 2016, registered voters generally support the impeachment inquiry, but oppose impeaching the President and removing him from office, by a margin of 53 to 43 percent.
So, the more Democrats pursue the impeachment of President Trump, the more it seems to work against them. That’s because this pursuit seems to come at the expense of progress on the issues voters actually care about, like jobs, the state of the economy, and keeping our communities and country safe. Historically, it’s been these issues that have a greater impact on the outcome of elections.
Nancy Pelosi has boasted that Democrats can walk and chew gum at the same time—in other words, pursue both impeachment and progress on the pocketbook issues that Americans care about. But in watching them recently, you have to wonder if that’s really true.Read More »
Townhall Review – October 26, 2019
Hugh Hewitt talks with David Drucker of the Washington Examiner about potential damage to President Trump from the impeachment inquiry.
Mark Davis talks about a jury decision to allow a 7-year-old to undergo sexual reassignment against his father’s wishes.
Political commentator Nick Adams and CNN commentator Steve Cortes talk about the increasing violence from Mexican drug cartels and the threat to our southern border.
Sebastian Gorka invites Mark Robinson to talk about his candidacy for Lt. Governor of North Carolina.
Hugh Hewitt and Bill Bennett talk about China and other weighty matters.
Seth Leibsohn talks with Michael Barone about his book, “How America’s Political Parties Change (and How They Don’t).
Hugh Hewitt and Pete Peterson, Dean of the Pepperdine Graduate School of Public Policy, talk about California electrical utilities cutting power to thousands and who is at fault.Read More »