Tag Archives: Republican

Are Republicans Really in Danger in the 2018 Elections?

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Townhall Review — January 20, 2018 Hugh Hewitt invites Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte to explain the contentious issues on the DACA impasse in Washington, DC. Larry Elder and John Lott, the president of the Crime Prevention Center , dig into the data concerning the true record of illegal immigrants in his state, Arizona. Hugh...

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Albert Mohler: The Handmaid’s Tale and the Threat of Theocracy

Handmaid’s Tale

The 75th Annual Golden Globes recently awarded the prize for best drama to “The Handmaid’s Tale.” The show is based on the dystopian novel of the same title, written by Margaret Atwood. Hollywood would have us believe that Margaret Atwood pointed to what we’re facing now in America with the...

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A Cancer Growing on Congress

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There is a cancer growing on Congress.  It is the curse of party-line voting.  The biggest legislation of the Trump administration is the tax bill , passed with only Republican votes.  And the biggest of the Obama administration:  Obamacare, again passed on a party-line vote with only Democrats. Party-line voting has grown...

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

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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...

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Michael Medved: Trump Wins as a Mainstream Conservative

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Donald Trump’s first year in office delivered an array of important achievements: confirmation of conservative judges, including Neil Gorsuch; more support for oil pipelines and oil drilling; dramatic progress against ISIS; deregulation and enhanced border security; the end of meddlesome net neutrality; the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital; and, most importantly,...

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Jerry Bowyer: On Tax Reform: Businesses Take “Wait and See” Approach

Luther, tax reform, Impeachment

Republican leaders are now out with their proposal for tax reform. The good news is the plan is pro-growth. It really could get us out of the lurch, giving corporations a mechanism to bring almost 3 trillion dollars home from abroad, and to reinvest that money right here … in America....

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Michael Medved: Trump’s Surprising Coalition: Not Just “Deplorables”

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James T. Hogkinson, the crazed gunman who fired at Republican congressmen in early June, hardly fits the common image of a militant Bernie Sanders Democrat. He was 66, married for 30 years, a proud gun-owner, working in construction and living in a small Midwestern town. In fact, he came close...

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Lanhee Chen: Karen Handel’s Victory

Tax Reform

Republican Karen Handel’s victory in the special election in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District will generate a lot of punditry and spin. Democrats will argue that they got a lot closer than they should have in a district that Republican Tom Price, now the Secretary of Health and Human Services, won...

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