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Michael Medved: What, Exactly, Was Sean Spicer’s Crime?

Left-wing intolerance has infected every corner of American journalism—even the entertainment and sports pages. Kurt Bardella, writing for NBC News.com, declared that naming Sean Spicer to the new cast of “Dancing With the Stars” has served to “undermine the pillars of our democracy.”

Sports columnist Nancy Armour equated Sean Spicer to scandal-plagued pro athletes Ray Lewis and Lamar Odom, who were disgraced by an indictment for murder and a cocaine overdose in a brothel, respectively.

So what was Spicer’s crime? A rocky year as President Trump’s press secretary.

Armour also asked: “Were O.J. Simpson and Sean Hannity not available?” – as if Hannity’s outspoken support for the president somehow equates to Simpson’s likely guilt in cutting his wife’s throat. The intensity of liberal hatred for those who dissent from progressive principles has reached a level of intensity that’s not only insane, but dangerous.

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Covington High Reporting Gives Media a Black Eye


Townhall Review – January 26, 2019

Dennis Prager and John Zmirak, senior editor of The Stream, comment on the details of the media’s knee-jerk coverage of the Covington Catholic High School story. Mike Gallagher examines the dangers of irresponsible posts on social media and the damage done. Dennis Prager looks at the media’s negative reaction to Karen Pence’s decision to teach, part-time, at the Christian school where she worked before. Hugh Hewitt and David Drucker, senior political correspondent for the Washington Post, discuss the runup to the 2020 elections. Sebastian Gorka talks with former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer about his take on the current issues facing the White House. Hugh Hewitt talks with Jean Case about her book, Be Fearless: 5 Principles for a Life of Breakthrough and Purpose. Hugh Hewitt asks Jake Tapper, Chief Washington Correspondent for CNN, for his opinion about the media’s current tendency to report before getting the facts.

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American Foreign Policy After the Iran Deal


Townhall Review – July 28, 2018

Hugh Hewitt and New York Times columnist, Bret Stephens, talk about Iran’s latest threats to the United States following President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran Nuclear Deal. Hugh Hewitt and Rep. Mike Gallagher discuss President Trump’s recent speech on upgrading the U.S. military. Phil Cowan and Jonathan Keller of the California Family Counsel discuss the postponement of California AB2943. Dennis Prager and Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Street Journal look at the latest developments in the “Russian Collusion” investigation. Michael Medved looks at how the Democrats flirting with Democratic Socialism might affect Republican chances in the midterm election. Michael Medved examines the impact foolish social media posts or stupid comments from long ago might cause some good, talented people to not seek public office. Mike Gallagher invites former press secretary Sean Spicer to look back at his career in his new book, The Briefing.

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