Tag Archives: Pete Peterson

The Struggle to Restore Order in Democrat-Run Cities


Townhall Review – September 5, 2020

Hugh Hewitt and Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talk about the angry crowds that waited outside the White House to harass and intimidate Republicans as they left after the President’s acceptance speech.

Hugh Hewitt talks with retired Admiral James Stavridis about a troubling story of Russian aggression toward the U.S. and it allies.

Hugh Hewitt and Michael Shear, White House correspondent for the New York Times, talk about Joe Biden‘s reluctance to hold a press conference to answer the media’s hard questions.

Bob Frantz talks with Peter Kirsanow, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights member, about how major sports teams are dealing in radical ways with racial tensions.

Larry Elder searches and finds a voice of reason to counter the left-leaning sports media.

Dennis Prager talks with Richard Florczak, a California restaurant owner, who is leaving California because of the state’s pandemic restrictions that are suffocating businesses.

Seth Leibsohn talks with Pete Peterson, Dean of the Graduate School of Public Policy at Pepperdine University, about how protests have given way to thugs taking advantage of the chaos and strife.

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Contrasting RNC and DNC Convention Perspectives of Who Americans Are: Seth Leibsohn and Pepperdine’s Pete Peterson

Seth Leibsohn invites Pete Peterson, Dean of the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, to contrast the RNC and DNC conventions. Among many other things, they also discuss things the media got wrong about the Jacob Blake shooting.

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Amidst the Chaos, America Celebrates Independence


Townhall Review – July 4, 2020

Hugh Hewitt and Washington Post political reporter Robert Costa discuss U.S. Supreme Court decisions and possible future Supreme Court nominations.

Sebastian Gorka talks with historian Victor Davis Hansen about the Democrat strategy to keep Joe Biden hidden and Trump in the cross-hairs.

Dan Proft talks with Robert Johnson, co-founder of Black Entertainment Television, on how America is dealing with complex and deep-seeded racial issues.

Hugh Hewitt and columnist Jonah Goldberg talk about monuments and statues that have come under fire through the strife of the past six weeks.

Seth Leibsohn and Pete Peterson, dean of the School of Public Policy at Pepperdine University, discuss the need for historical context when it comes to statues and memorials.

Dennis Prager talks with Abigail Shrier about her book, “Irreversible Damage,” that examines the impact of the transgender movement.

Mike Gallagher looks at a YouTube clip from fictional reporter Jonathan Pie that compares the counterculture of the past with that of the present.

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Amidst Unrest, President Trump Presses for Order


Chris Stigall talks with White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley about President Trump’s walk to St. John’s Church and the subsequent controversy.

Hugh Hewitt and Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talk about the unrest following the killing of George Floyd.

Hugh Hewitt talks with David Drucker, of the Washington Examiner, about the political consequences of this awful week.

Jenn Horn and Don Dix, 870 The Answer in Los Angeles, talks with Pete Peterson, Dean of the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, and resident of Santa Monica, California, about what he experienced as the protests morphed into rioting, destruction, and looting.

Hugh Hewitt and Wisconsin Congressmen Mike Gallagher talk about China taking advantage of unrest in the U.S. and around the world to advance their agendas.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Patrick Hughes, President of the Liberty Justice Center, about Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker banning Salem radio host Amy Jacobson because she had asked him hard questions.

Hugh Hewitt and Iowa Senator Joni Ernst talk about her book, “Daughter of the Heartland – An Ode to the Country that Raised Me.”

Dennis Prager talks about the protests and the destructive rioting that he calls a dark day in Los Angeles Police Department history.

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