Tag Archives: Newt Gingrich

A Brilliant Nominee


Townhall Review – October 17, 2020

Hugh Hewitt and Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse talk about “court packing” and Senator Sasse educating his peers, pointing out that the Supreme Court has had 9 members since 1869.

Mike Gallagher examines polling by looking at an article by Byron York in the Washington Examiner.

Hugh Hewitt and Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette talk about the impact the “Green New Deal” could have on our energy independence.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton about the Democrat’s claim that Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett would do something about Obamacare provision for “pre-existing conditions.”

Hugh Hewitt talks with Rick Gates about his book,” Wicked Game – An Insider’s Story on How Trump won, Mueller Failed, and America Lost.”

Dennis Prager talks with Jay Richards of the Discovery Institute about a book he collaborated on, “The Price of Panic – How the Tyranny of Experts Turned the Pandemic into a Catastrophe.”

Sebastian Gorka and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich talk about his book, “Trump and the American Future.”

Larry Elder opines on the recent World Health Organization urging of world leaders to stop using lockdowns as the primary method of pandemic deterrence.

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Hewitt: The New “Master of the Senate”


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has emerged as the keystone of our nation’s capitol.

Amid a pandemic threat that has caused the nation’s worst crisis since 9/11 coupled with fiscal/economic challenges that are already the equal of the Great Recession, McConnell has been nothing short of “magnificent.”

That description came from former House speaker Newt Gingrich, who went on in his interview with me last week to call McConnell, “one of the most important Senate leaders in American history.”

Gingrich is right.

The complexity of our time, the depth of partisan rancor and the intensity of media glare will help secure McConnell’s legacy as among the most talented legislators in our nation’s history.

They called LBJ the “Master of the Senate.” In times of crisis. it’s comforting to have a leader every bit LBJ’s equal at work for the country, the Constitution and the Republican Party.

We are witnessing Leader McConnell at his finest hour.

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The Never-Ending Effort to Take Down Donald Trump

Townhall Review – October 5, 2019

Dennis Prager talks with Kimberly Strassel, columnist for the Wall Street Journal, about the Democrat’s impeachment threat.

Sebastian Gorka and Hugh Hewitt look at the Democrat’s efforts to impeach which began the night of the election.

Hugh Hewitt and Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talk about the collateral damage that could destroy the Democrat’s leading candidate, Joe Biden.

Sebastian Gorka talks with The Federalist’s co-founder Sean Davis about “whistleblower” rules.

Mike Gallagher and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich talk about the Democrat effort to discredit the President that started even before his inauguration.

Dennis Prager talks with Howard Husock about his book, “Who Killed Civil Society?: The Rise of Big Government and Decline of Bourgeois Norms.”

Larry Elder talks about another false claim of an alleged racial attack, this time on the playground of a grade school.

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President Trump Presses Back on Impeachment Threats; Iran Presses Ahead With Threatening Provocations

Townhall Review – May 25, 2019

Mike Gallagher looks at President Trump’s reaction to Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s cover-up accusation.

Dennis Prager talks about former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign kickoff speech.

Hugh Hewitt talks with former Israel-U.S. Ambassador Michael Oren about the heightened tension around the Persian Gulf and Iran.

Mike Gallagher and Heather Mac Donald, Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author, details the problems with the SAT implementing an ‘adversity score’ for students applying to college.

Sebastian Gorka turns to Michael Doran of the Hudson Institute to examine the recent Australian elections.

Sebastian Gorka talks with former House speaker Newt Gingrich about his recent novel, “Collusion.”

Seth Leibsohn and Historian Wilfred McClay discuss  his new history book, “Land of Hope: An Invitation to the Great American History.”

Larry Elder talks with John Lott, founder and President of the Crime Prevention Research Center, about what Democrats are trying to do to remove all guns from our society.

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What the U.S. Must Do to Help the Citizens of Iran

Opioids Tariffs

Townhall Review — January 6, 2018

Hugh Hewitt invites Admiral James Stavridis and Senator Tom Cotton to share what it takes to get the United States involved in a conflict like the one happening in Iran citizen protest.  Mike Gallagher speaks with Ben Shapiro about an article he wrote in support of the protestors in Iran. Michael Medved discusses Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich’s theory on the November midterm elections amidst the currently predicted GOP disaster. Dennis Prager shares his list of California‘s self-destructive laws passed. Prager also discusses the evil form of government that today’s youth seldom understand: communism. Mike Gallager ponders the new developments that businesses have recently employed in an effort to be politically correct.

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Jerry Bowyer: Tax Reform and a Chance to Make up for Lost Decade

Jordan Peterson

Last week, Republican leaders announced their tax reform plans.

The good news is that they’re pro-growth: US corporate tax rates are today the highest in the developed world, and our current system perversely punishes American companies for bringing profits back from their foreign sales. The GOP plan fixes that problem. It also cuts taxes for what has been labeled “flow through” businesses —small and family-owned businesses often use that form. My own family business uses it. The reason it’s important to cut taxes these types of small businesses is because American jobs are almost all created the same way: by small businesses becoming big businesses.

It’s been a pretty bad decade for the U.S. economy: a terrible recession followed by barely a whiff of a recovery.

That lost decade has cost us standing abroad and frayed the social fabric at home. We can end that by embracing the growth model of JFK, Reagan and Gingrich/Clinton.

Americans can’t afford another lost decade.

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