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THR 3/4/17: Trump’s Powerful, Stirring Speech

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Michael Medved reflects on President Trump’s powerful and emotional address to Congress and the American people. Sheriff David Clarke examines Trump’s position and policies on immigration on the Mike Gallagher Show. Hugh Hewitt catches up with Andy Puzder—the man who should have been Secretary of Labor until the left mobilized to harass and intimidate him and his family. Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, joins Michael Medved to discuss how the Republican Party can govern effectively. John Lott, author of “The War on Guns”, disputes a recent study aimed at misinforming the public about the relationship between crime and guns. Michael Medved discusses the infamous snafu at the Academy Awards when La La Land was mistakenly named Best Picture. Sean Hannity converses with Hugh Hewitt about the Democrats’ failed policies.

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Oscars Get Political, Finish with Monumental Mistake

2017 Academy Awards End with Mistake

As the wrong film was announced as the winner for Best Picture (NY Post).  A quick look at how the event unfolded (USA Today).  Michael Medved called it the “most embarrassing conclusion, ever” (Twitter).  And it wasn’t the only big mistake (Variety). A moment-by-moment look at the Oscars and politics (The Hill).  From another story:  President Trump’s effort to ban immigrants from some Muslim countries took its first big hit at the Oscars Sunday when an Iranian filmmaker who stayed home in protest won the award for best foreign film, The Salesman (USA Today).  From the Onion:  …a large mirror wheeled onto the stage Sunday evening at the 89th Academy Awards ceremony reportedly received a resounding six-minute-long standing ovation (Onion).  Meanwhile, the Razzies took place (PJ Media).

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