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Democrats Press Toward Party-Line Impeachment

Townhall Review – December 7, 2019

George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley testifies before the House at the request of President Trump.

Hugh Hewitt turns to Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton to talk about Senate preparations for a likely impeachment trial.

Mike Gallagher comments on an interview between Georgia Representative Doug Collins, ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, and Chris Wallace of Fox News.

Hugh Hewitt talks with retired Admiral James Stavridis about the tension between the United States and China.

Sebastian Gorka and Ilan Berman, Senior Vice President of the American Foreign Policy Council, talk about civil unrest in the Middle East, the worst of which is in Iran.

Dennis Prager talks about the terrorist stabbing in London by a known terrorist who was released from prison after only serving 6 of 12 years for a previous terrorist crime.

Sebastian Gorka and James Rosen, investigative reporter for Sinclair Broadcasting, talk about the soon-to-be-released Justice Department report on events that led up to the Russia Collusion investigation.

Larry Elder talks with Heather MacDonald, author of “The Diversity Delusion,” who was shouted down during a speech at the College of Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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Albert Mohler: Understanding the Rise in Claims of Transgender Identity


Could the transgender revolution really be fueled by a social dimension?—a social contagion?

That’s what a current—and now very controversial—peer-reviewed study has found. The headline from the Economist in London was this, “Why are so many teenage girls appearing in gender clinics?”

The author of the academic study discovered that there is a clear social dimension, a contagion of what’s called gender dysphoria, particularly among adolescent girls and young women.

So: What does it mean?

It means the recent spike in transgender identity may be attributable in large measure to the influence of other young women in the same place at the same time within a definable set of relationships or going to similar places on the internet.

You may have sensed this already by observation and intuition.

Now: The academic research supports it.

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Albert Mohler: Even More Secular Than We Knew


One of the most well-documented irrefutable trends of our times is the continued secularization of Western societies. A new study has come out about young people in Europe indicating that the future may be even more secular than we knew.

Commenting on the report, Steven Bullivant of St. Mary’s University in London says,

“With some notable exceptions, young adults increasingly are not identifying with or practicing religion. Christianity as a default, as a norm, is gone and probably gone for good or at least for the next 100 years.”

In the United States, we are ourselves looking at a speeded up velocity of this secularization, due to the political and moral change in the coming generations of the millennials and those identified now as Generation Z.

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Lanhee Chen: The Terror Threat Is Real

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In the last week alone, terrorists have attacked or attempted to attack targets in European nations we call allies and friends. One of the main railway stations in Brussels, Belgium was targeted. So too were innocent civilians on the Champs-Elysees in Paris.

These attempts came on the heels of deadly attacks in London and Manchester, and recent attacks in Stockholm, Berlin, and Nice.

The threat of radical jihadist terrorism is real. And if we are naïve enough to believe that the terrorists are only interested in attacking European nations, shame on us. They’d love nothing more than to successfully attack the American homeland.

That’s why, for all of the threats we face around the world, none is more significant than the one that we face from radical Islamic terrorism. The intelligence community and law enforcement has have done a superb job of keeping Americans safe since 9/11. Lawmakers should make sure they have everything they need for success. And the Trump Administration should continue to devote time, effort, and resources to neutralizing and, eventually, defeating this threat.

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