Tag Archives: Kevin McCullough

Owen Strachan: Signs of Hope in Treating Coronavirus

Chances are good right now that you feel like you’re drowning in bad news.

Here’s some seeming good news: in the midst of Coronavirus spread, it appears that some doctors are seeing a positive response to a new drug combination called, in abbreviated form, the “Hydroxy cocktail.”

In New York, one doctor has apparently treated almost 700 patients with good success. In response to this, the FDA per the encouragement of President Trump has given a green light for testing.

At Townhall.com, Kevin McCullough commented on these developments: “Use of the [cocktail] in the USA is already demonstrating life-saving results…due to the generosity (not greed) of “big pharma.””

We await fuller results from the “Hydroxy cocktail” effort. Here is something we know for sure: irrespective of partisan politics, we need good news.

Let’s not fall prey to mud throwing and cheering against our public officials.

If these reports are verified, let’s celebrate a win.

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The Nation Mobilizes to Fight Coronavirus

Townhall Review – March 21, 2020

Hugh Hewitt talks with Taiwan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Joseph Wu, about that country’s success in keeping the spread of the Coronavirus well under control.

Hugh Hewitt and retired Admiral James S. Stavridis talk about the magnitude of the challenge combating the Coronavirus.

Kevin McCullough and Stanford researcher Gregory Rigano talk about a promising treatment for the Coronavirus.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Ohio Governor Mike DeWine about that state’s efforts to combat the spread of the Coronavirus.

Chris Stigall turns to Steven Moore, of the Heritage Foundation, to examine the economic impact of the Coronavirus.

Dennis Prager and Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute talk about the shutdown of life as we know it all because of reaction to the Coronavirus.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, about the Coronavirus’s serious impact on the health of senior citizens.

Joe Piscopo talks with Dr. Nicole Saphier about her new book, “Make America Healthy Again,” and America’s healthcare system’s response to the Coronavirus.

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Biden Takes a Hit in New Hampshire; Leader McConnell Keeps a Keen Eye on the Courts

Townhall Review – February 15, 2020

Hugh Hewitt talks with Michael Barone of the Washington Examiner and fellow with the American Enterprise Institute about the Democratic primaries.

Hugh Hewitt and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell talk about Federal judge confirmations.

Kevin McCullough talks with former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee talk about President Trump’s actions against terrorists and terrorism.

Sebastian Gorka and James Carafano of the Heritage Foundation discuss China’s efforts to combat the Coronavirus.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse about his proposed “Born Alive Protection Act.”

Keven McCullough talks with former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik about the recent attempted assassination of New York City police officers.

Dennis Prager talks with Karen McQuillan about her recent column, “American Greatness.”

Mike Gallagher looks at a recent segment from The View where Meghan McCain asked some hard question of Mayor Pete Buttigieg.

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Democrats Settle on Watered Down Articles of Impeachment

Townhall Review – December 14, 2019

Hugh Hewitt and Senator Ted Cruz discuss the likely impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with National Review’s David Harsanyi and retired Marine Colonel Ollie North about the Inspector General Horowitz report and Impeachment.

Kevin McCullough and Wall Street Journal editorial board member Kimberley Strassel talk about this impeachment controversy

Dennis Prager opines on Time Magazine’s obsession with climate change.

Sebastian Gorka and actors Kevin and Sam Sorbo talk about how their conservatism has affected their Hollywood careers.

Larry Elder rips Congressman Al Green’s latest statement on reparations and slavery.

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