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The First Debate and President Trump’s Third Nominee to the Supreme Court


Townhall Review – October 3, 2020

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson turn to John Nolte of Breitbart to talk about the fiery Presidential Debate.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse about President Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to serve as Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Mike Gallagher looks at the debate free-for-all and how it was handled by its moderator, Chris Wallace of Fox News.

Sebastian Gorka talks with Victor Davis Hansen, Hoover Institution scholar, looks at President Trump’s accomplishments during his first term.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Elaine Parker, of KeepAmericaAmerica.com, about the actual balloting process in the upcoming election.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talks with Rod Dreher about his book, “Live Not By Lies – A Manual for Christian Dissidents.”

Hugh Hewitt and Texas Senator Ted Cruz talk about the debate and his book, “One Vote Away – How a Single Supreme Court Seat Could Change History.”

Charlie Kirk examines ballot harvesting as uncovered in Minnesota’s Fifth Congressional District during an investigation by Project Veritas.

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Davenport: The Grinch That Ate Christmas


This is David Davenport of the Hoover Institution for Townhall.com.

It happens every year.  People who do not understand the First Amendment of the Constitution launch legal attacks on Christmas.

This year’s Grinch award goes to an elementary school principal in Nebraska who banned Santas on worksheets, Christmas trees in classrooms, an elf on the shelf, making ornaments, reindeer and, yes, “red/green items” since those are Christmas colors.  My favorite was her ban on candy canes because they are shaped like a J for Jesus and the red is for the blood of Christ and the white for the resurrection.  Who knew?

Following expressions of outrage from parents and teachers, the school district reversed the anti-Christmas policy.  Strike another blow for Christmas and the First Amendment.

Yes, the First Amendment says government may not respect the establishment of religion, but that still leaves plenty of room for you—and your children—to enjoy a Merry Christmas, even at school.

I’m David Davenport.

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