Tag Archives: racism

How Smollett Played the Media

Townhall Review with Hugh Hewitt – February 23, 2019

Dennis Prager examines the unraveling of the Jussie Smollett story as it now appears to be a hoax. Mike Gallagher looks at the sixteen states that have filed suit against President Trump’s national emergency declaration. Hugh Hewitt talks to Joseph Loconte, The King’s College professor, about his recent article detailing the good and bad of the church through history. Sebastian Gorka and Sharyl Attkisson, former CBS News investigative reporter, talk about the many leaks stemming from the Mueller investigation. Kevin McCullough and Townhall editor Katie Pavlich discuss alleged left-wing efforts to evoke the 25th amendment to remove the President from office. Hugh Hewitt talks to Salena Zito, Washington Examiner reporter, about the resurgence of meth coming into the U.S. through our southern border. Larry Elder talks about the Jussie Smollett story and takes a macro look at racism and if it is as big a problem in America as many claim.

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America’s Pastor Passes on to His Reward

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Townhall Review — February 24, 2018

Dr. Albert Mohler,  President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary,  remembers America’s Pastor, Billy Graham, who went on to be with his Lord this past Wednesday. Larry Elder and Constitutional law professor John Eastman address the latest indictments of 13 Russian nationals for election interference in 2016. Hugh Hewitt comments on Sr. Fellow at the Hudson Institute Lee Smith’s article in The Federalist on the disappearing media coverage of the growing Russian collusion scandal. Dennis Prager speaks with economist and gun rights advocate, John Lott, about the gun control debate surrounding the  Parkland, Florida massacre. Mike Gallagher invites Paul McQuillen onto the show seeking to have a civil discourse on politicians seeking political gain using gun violence studies as a foundation. Frank Luntz, a conservative pollster and political adviser, sits in with Michael Medved to discuss his observations of his recent “60 Minutes” interview and an Oprah Winfrey led focus group.  Michael Medved returns to call out his Alma Mater, Yale University, for some academic foolishness.

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Media and Trump Battle Over Racism

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The Townhall Review — August 26, 2017

President Trump, in a speech before America, explains his new way to look at Afghanistan. Senator Tom Cotton gives Hugh Hewitt his take and understanding of what is at state. Joining Mike Gallagher, Steven Bucci, a retired Army Special Forces officer and top Pentagon official, offers his insight into the Trump Afghanistan speech. Larry Elder invites award-winning author and seasoned journalist Liz Crokin, to explain her experience with Donald Trump on the reality TV show, The Apprentice, and how he does not at all resemble the mainstream media portrayal. Michael Medved speaks with three time elected New York Governor George Pataki about the path ahead for President Trump. Heather Mac Donald, author of the book “The War on Cops,” speaks with Larry Elder about the absurdity of a recent Oakland police department study, which indicates that policemen speak more disrespectfully to blacks than white motorists. Dennis Prager comments on UCLA professor K-Sue Park’s desire to have the ACLU refuse to help fringe groups on the far right. Prager cuts through the debate by going back to the definition of what a racist actually is.

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Coulter Nails 1st Lady For “Letting Out Her Reverend Wright”

Coulter makes the case that this is nothing new for the First Lady nor her husband. Their core belief is in “black power” with the matching fist pump in the air has simply been suppressed and redirected through fellow mouthpieces such as Attorney General Eric Holder and Valerie Jarrett. Coulter also does a wonderful job explaining how the fault lies not in poverty, crime, jobs or race but in black illegitimacy. She says when you take away out of wedlock births, there are no statistical differences between whites and blacks.

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