Tag Archives: Michael Cohen

Michael Medved: Both Parties Exposed Problems at the Cohen Hearings

The televised Michael Cohen hearings of the House Oversight and Reform Committee showed that the two political parties not only differ in their attitudes toward president Trump, but offer a stark contrast in the demographics they represent.

Of the Democrats on the committee, 19 of 25—76 percent—were women or people of color or both. Democrats will never build a durable majority without doing better among white males, who still represent a full third of the electorate. Meanwhile, Republicans have the opposite problem: on the committee, they were nearly all white males—17 of 18—joining one white female from North Carolina.

The bigger GOP problem was regional imbalance: more than 70 percent of committee Republicans hailed from Southern states, and a party that is visibly dominated by just one part of the country has a problem in both public perceptions and balance.

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Senate Fails to Pass “Born Alive” Act

Townhall Review – March 2, 2019

Mike Gallagher opines on the U. S. Senate defeat of the “Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act,” as well as examines the U. S. House of Representative’s Oversight Committee’s hearing with convicted former Trump lawyer, Michael Cohen.

Sebastian Gorka talks with Peter Schweizer, President of the American Accountability Institute, about the widening gap in the Democrat Party in the run-up to the 2020 elections.

Dennis Prager talks with Nancy Rommelmann, whose husband’s coffee business is now under attack following the release of a video she made criticizing the #metoo movement.

Mark Davis asks Wilfred Reilly, professor of Political Science at Kentucky State University, about his recent book, Hate Crime Hoax: How the Left is Selling a Fake Race War and about the Jussie Smollett case.

Actor and U.S. Veteran advocate Gary Sinise talks with Dennis Prager about his book, Grateful American.

Larry Elder offers up audio of the confrontation between Senator Diane Feinstein and a group of school children over the Green New Deal.

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Scandal Rocks the Catholic Church and the Guilty Plea of Michael Cohen


Townhall Review — September 1, 2018

Hugh Hewitt speaks with author Rod Dreher about the latest bombshell in the Catholic church; this time from a report written by a high-ranking Church official implicating the Vatican. Mike Gallagher tells the shocking details of a Cardinal downplaying the importance of this disturbing news. Michael Medved remembers former Vietnam war hero and P.O.W, Senator John McCain. Mike Gallagher exposes the media’s faulty news coverage of the Michael Cohen case, especially now that Lanny Davis, a former advisor to the Clintons during the 90s, admits that he misled the media. Dennis Prager looks at the Left’s desire to replace “toxic masculinity” with “Mr. Sensitive,” leaving nobody to fight evil. Hugh Hewitt turns to Chad Pecknold, a theologian and professor at Catholic University in Washington D.C., to discuss the deep corruption inside the Catholic church, and how Pope Francis, who is implicated, has not yet given a public response. Dennis Prager and Andrew McCarthy, Senior Editor at National Review, simplify the complex aspects of the Michael Cohen trial. Larry Elder and Los Angeles attorney Reeve Chudd give tribute to Aretha Franklin and her contribution to music, but also how important it is to have a last will and testament.

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The Crazy Reactions to Manafort Conviction and Cohen Confession


Townhall Review — August 25, 2018

Michael Medved looks at the foolish and embarrassing excuses of what are clearly crimes by Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort. Hugh Hewitt and Congressman Mike Gallagher also help make sense of the madness. Salem host Mike Gallagher explains why you should not believe all the gloom and doom surrounding the “blue wave.” Dennis Prager and Craig Strazzeri, Chief Marketing Officer for Prager University, explain the latest on Facebook and Google restricting or outright banning many of PragerU’s videos. Michael Medved and economist Stephen Moore discuss the latest in economic news, and how the longest bull market in history may not last much longer. Dennis Prager shares how our society is losing the idea of what is expected of a lady and what is expected of a man.

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