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Michael Medved: The Demographic Division That Matters Most
Nov 14 • 1 min
The demographic division that counts most in presidential elections has nothing to do with race, gender or income: it involves state boundaries that determine votes in the Electoral College. By that standard, warning signs from the midterm elections…
Dennis Prager with Victor Davis Hanson on Politics and Culture
Nov 14 • 11 min
Victor Davis Hanson, senior fellow at the Hoover Institution on divides in human nature. Alienation of suburban woman. Colleges change from education to indoctrination.
Michael Medved: Hurting the Press the President and the Country
Nov 12 • 1 min
Jim Acosta, the aggressively arrogant reporter for CNN, posed a recent question illustrating the biggest problem with the press. The day after midterm elections, Acosta grilled the president by saying: “I want to challenge you on one of the statements…
Dennis Prager and John Fund on Democratic Spin on Election
Nov 9 • 15 min
Dennis Prager looks at the Democratic spin on the election with John Fund, columnist for National Review.
Michael Medved: Something for Both Sides to Celebrate
Nov 9 • 1 min
The mid-term elections provided a rare occasion for conservatives and liberals, Republicans and Democrats, to look at the same events and feel a shared sense of satisfaction and encouragement. Republicans feel good about expanding their Senate majority…
Mid-Terms Reveal a Split Decision
Nov 8 • 40 min
Townhall Review – November 10, 2018 A look at the election with Hugh Hewitt and Robert Costa, National Political Reporter for the Washington Post. Dennis Prager looks at the Democratic spin on the election with John Fund, columnist for National Review.…
Lanhee Chen: The Big Story Behind the 2018 Election
Nov 8 • 1 min
Americans turned out on Tuesday in big numbers to vote in a critical and hotly contested midterm election. While Democrats were able to win control of the House, the big story is that Republicans will add to their majority in the U.S. Senate. That’s…
Larry Elder on Republicans Moving to the Left
Nov 7 • 8 min
Even when they move to the Left on different issues, Republicans are still attacked as a heartless party by the Left. They should just stay on the Right.
Michael Medved: The Kingdom of Kindness
Nov 6 • 1 min
I first learned about the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting hours after it happened, when I walked to my own synagogue’s Shabbat services near Seattle. Like other Sabbath observers, I was isolated from the news until I saw a good Christian friend who had…
Albert Mohler: A Choice of Parties, A Choice of Worldviews
Nov 5 • 1 min
After all the arguments, all the acrimony and all the issues that have been discussed, today the voters of the nation make their choices. In contest after contest across the nation, voters face a choice between individual politicians. But it is also a…
Hugh Hewitt: A Closing Argument Voters Can Feel
Nov 5 • 1 min
On the Friday before Election Day, the Labor Department issued a blockbuster of a jobs report: Employers added a full 250,000 jobs to their payrolls; the unemployment held at 3.7 percent—a 49-year low. This comes as year-to-year wages grew 3.1 percent:…
Albert Mohler: Our Obligations to the City of Man
Nov 5 • 1 min
On the first Tuesday of November every other year, Americans have the opportunity to exercise our voice—and our vote—in the ongoing American experiment of democracy. Over the course of the last few years we’ve witnessed a heightening of the polarizing…
Michael Medved: Vote for Collaboration Over Confrontation
Nov 3 • 1 min
Americans of every perspective say they’re disgusted by the polarization, pettiness and unbridled anger that have come to characterize our politics. The great majority of us say we want more cooperation and civility, but there’s only one way to vote for…
Larry Elder with John Eastman on Illegal Immigration and U.S. Citizenship
Nov 2 • 9 min
Illegal immigration and U.S. citizenship is the topic for Larry Elder and Constitution Law Professor John Eastman.
Heightened Tensions Mark the Nation as Election Approaches
Nov 1 • 40 min
Townhall Review – November 3, 2018 Michael Medved questions the haste with which the lethal attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue has turned political. Hugh Hewitt talks with Lanhee Chen about the latest trends and predictions on the upcoming election. Mark…
Jerry Bowyer: Tax Reform 2.0 and the 2018 Election
Nov 1 • 1 min
Larry Kudlow—the President’s chief economic advisor—is putting his clout into getting Congress to pass Tax Reform 2.0. And what’s tax reform 2.0? It’s a series of bills proposed by House Republicans which would do three things: First: Make last year’s tax…
David Davenport: Make Congress Great Again
Oct 31 • 1 min
We have a bad habit of not taking elections like 2018 seriously. We call them by the wrong names: It’s not just a “midterm” or “off-year” election. This election will decide the membership of the U.S. Congress, and scores of governorships, statehouses,…
Hugh Hewitt: Key Races in the Battle for the Senate
Oct 31 • 1 min
Rick Scott has been a great governor for Florida. He will be a great senator for the Sunshine State—and he deserves support over the nearly invisible incumbent Bill Nelson. Kevin Cramer, Congressman from North Dakota, has been a stalwart for farmers and…
Jim Daly: Indifference Is Not a Viable Option
Oct 30 • 1 min
Would you be surprised if I told you that an election in Kentucky 34 years ago changed the course of American history? It’s true. On November 6 1984, a 44-year-old Republican judge defeated Walter D. Huddleston, one of the state’s incumbent senators by…
Michael Medved: Beto’s Blunder
Oct 30 • 1 min
Congressman Beto O’Rourke has broken fund-raising records in his challenge to Texas Senator Ted Cruz, but on a CNN townhall this new liberal “Wonder Boy” made comments that should doom his $60 million campaign and terminate his political future. The…
Jennifer Horn: The Left Ought Not Be Rewarded
Oct 29 • 1 min
The Democrats resorted to extreme measures to defeat Justice Kavanaugh. Even though they lost, they apparently have no shame or intention of changing their ugly tactics. Republican Senator Susan Collins—was first bribed, then vilified and threatened for…
David Davenport: What’s at Stake in the 2018 Elections
Oct 28 • 1 min
435 House and 33 Senate seats. 36 governorships. 6,665 state offices and tens of thousands of local ones. And you ask what’s at stake in the 2018 elections? There’s more: important ballot measures like the gas tax in California, carbon emissions in…
Dennis Prager and John Zmirak Discuss the Caravan Approaching U.S. Border
Oct 26 • 15 min
Dennis Prager is with John Zmirak, senior editor of The Stream to take a close look at that caravan of migrants heading our way.
Lanhee Chen: We Should Not Send a “Prada Socialist” to the Senate
Oct 26 • 1 min
Voters in Arizona have a critical choice before them this November when they consider who to send to the United States Senate. On the one hand, there’s liberal Kyrsten Sinema. For this campaign, she’s pretended to be a moderate who will consider all…
How a Lack of Civility Leads to Mobs and Bomb Scares
Oct 25 • 41 min
Townhall Review – October 27, 2018 Dennis Prager is with John Zmirak, senior editor of The Stream to take a close look at that caravan of migrants heading our way. Hugh Hewitt and Senator Ted Cruz talk about the “suspicious packages” that have been sent…
Dennis Prager: America’s Near Transformation
Oct 25 • 1 min
Conservatives who are disinclined to vote on November 6 should take a brief history tour. When Barack Obama was about to become President in 2009 he said, “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” Eight years…
Larry Elder on Voter IDs
Oct 25 • 14 min
Exposing the persistent myths on the controversial subject of Voter IDs.
Jerry Bowyer: The American Economy and Election 2018
Oct 24 • 1 min
You know that recent massive market sell-off?—The one that dropped over 1,000 points from the Dow in just 2 days? I was a reminder that –when it comes to the economy—we’re not out of the woods yet. And if Democrats win the mid-terms, we could get more…
Hugh Hewitt with Eric Metaxas on ‘Donald Drains the Swamp’
Oct 24 • 12 min
Hewitt with Eric Metaxas, fellow Salem host and author of, “Donald Drains the Swamp
What happened to the Saudi Journalist?
Oct 23 • 10 min
Hugh Hewitt and David Kirkpatrick, of the New York Times, examine the disappearance and probable murder of a Saudi dissident journalist.
Lanhee Chen: An Advocate for Religious Liberty for Missouri
Oct 22 • 1 min
A commentary on the Missouri race.
Hugh Hewitt and Alan Greenspan Talk American Capitalism
Oct 19 • 28 min
Alan Greenspan, former Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, talks with Hugh Hewitt about his book Capitalism in America.
Katie Pavlich: The Big Issues Surrounding the 2018 Election
Oct 19 • 1 min
The first big electoral test for President Donald Trump will take place on November 6. A quick look at history would indicate Republicans should lose seats in the House and possibly in the Senate. But—just as President Trump’s tenure in the Oval Office…
Countdown to Election Day
Oct 18 • 40 min
Townhall Review – October 20, 2018 With the midterm elections bearing down on us, Larry Elder and James O’Keefe, look at the Missouri Senate race. Hurricane Michael took a direct hit at Tyndall Air Force Base and damaged many of the Air Force’s elite and…
Michael Medved: From Pocahontas to Fauxcahontas
Oct 18 • 1 min
Senator Elizabeth Warren wants to affirm her Native American identity and to collect a million dollars in the process: President Trump in a rally promised to pay that much if DNA tests could prove that she’s an Indian. She cites tests indicating her…
Larry Elder on Trump and White Racism
Oct 18 • 9 min
Larry Elder makes a keen observation on white liberals contradicting themselves on Trump: they have always claimed Trump won by appealing to the “deplorable” racism in many whites. After he met Kanye, liberals like Chris Matthews now say that he is trying…
Jerry Bowyer: The Kavanaugh Effect on the Upcoming Midterms
Oct 17 • 1 min
The abusive process that Judge Kavanaugh went through to become Justice Kavanaugh has energized Republicans much more than Democrats.
Mike Gallagher on Elizabeth Warren’s DNA Results
Oct 17 • 7 min
Why this story is very important on the political landscape.
Lanhee Chen: It’s Not Easy Being Mitch McConnell
Oct 16 • 1 min
The under-appreciated Senate majority leader should be commended for his incredible achievements.
Larry Elder: Incivility and Election 2018
Oct 15 • 1 min
Don’t let the noise of protesting mobs discourage you from voting this cycle. -Larry Elder.
Mike Gallagher on Democrat’s Plan B: There Isn’t One
Oct 12 • 6 min
Mike Gallagher looks at the effort to intimidate Republicans as described in a piece written by Brian Dean Wright for FoxNews.
Michael Medved: The President Can Act Immediately to Launch a ‘War on Waste’
Oct 12 • 1 min
In the last weeks before November’s crucial election, President Trump should make bold moves to address a looming crisis that most politicians prefer to ignore: soaring budget deficits and a crushing national debt. A new group,, calls for…
The Rise of the Unhinged Left
Oct 11 • 40 min
Townhall Review – October 13, 2018 Hugh Hewitt and Senator Tom Cotton examine how the Kavanaugh madness will help the GOP come November. Mike Gallagher looks at the effort to intimidate Republicans as described in a piece written by Brian Dean Wright for…
Michael Medved: No, the Gold Rush Wasn’t Racist
Oct 11 • 1 min
At Cal State Long Beach, a handsome statue known as “Prospector Pete” will be moved and sports teams will drop the “The ‘49ers” mascot” because Gold Rush references now count as racist. One Native American activist said that “walking by a statue that’s…
Hugh Hewitt with Mike Pence on Current Events in Foreign Affairs
Oct 11 • 20 min
A wide-ranging discussion with the Vice President on foreign affairs, from Nikki Haley’s resignation, to the missing WaPo journalist, and China.
Dennis Prager with Ann McElhinney on New Movie Gosnell
Oct 10 • 13 min
Prager talks to Ann McElhinney, co-producer of the new movie, Gosnell and author of the book Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer (now out in paperback).
Ed Martin with Adam Andrzejewski Expose Wasteful Government Spending
Oct 9 • 7 min
Ed Martin talks to Adam Andrzejewski, of Open the Books, about his work showcasing and exposing wasteful government spending at all levels.
Michael Medved: Dems Deeply Damaged Themselves in Kavanaugh Fight
Oct 8 • 1 min
For three reasons, confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh has been a damaging disaster for Democrats. First, those Democrats have been indignant in defeat, and America hates sore losers. New talk of impeaching Kavanaugh, or continuing to smear him, only makes…
Larry Elder and Economist Stephen Moore Discuss Trump’s New Trade Deal
Oct 5 • 8 min
Larry Elder interviews Stephen Moore of the Heritage Foundation about the new trade deal with Canada and Mexico.
Hugh Hewitt: Brett Kavanaugh and the Shifting Calculus for the 2018 Election
Oct 5 • 1 min
The national scalding of the confirmation proceedings around Judge Brett Kavanaugh has changed the election calculus for many. We already knew - Democrats told us -that if they took back the House they’d move to impeach President Trump. Now we know…
The Kavanaugh Nomination and the New Face of McCarthyism
Oct 4 • 40 min
Townhall Review – October 6, 2018 Dennis Prager takes a close look at life-long liberal Alan Dershowitz’s examination of the Democrat’s conduct during the Kavanaugh confirmation process. Hugh Hewitt talks with Judiciary Committee member John Cornyn about…
Michael Medved: The Real Basis for Anti-Kavanaugh Hysteria
Oct 4 • 1 min
It has nothing to do with the Ford accusations. It’s all about Roe.
Joe Walsh with Jim Daily on ‘Bring the Bible to School’ Day
Oct 3 • 5 min
October 4th is ‘Bring the Bible to School’ Day. This is just another effort to promote more awareness to our constitutional right to freedom of religion.
Hugh Hewitt with Tom Cotton on Character Assassination of Kavanaugh
Oct 3 • 6 min
Senator Tom Cotton joins Hewitt to discuss the Democrats’ intentional character assassination of Judge Kavanaugh.
Michael Medved: A Double Standard on Kavanaugh
Oct 2 • 1 min
Contrast the Democratic attitude to Kavanaugh’s decades’ old allegations with recent allegations against Ellison.
Hugh Hewitt and Former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran on His Firing
Oct 2 • 9 min
Hugh Hewitt talks to Alliance Defending Freedom’s Senior Counsel David Cortman and former Atlanta fire chief Kelvin Cochran who was fired from his job because of his belief in traditional marriage.
Michael Medved and Yale Professor on De-escalating Partisan Madness
Sep 28 • 8 min
Michael Medved’s guest, Yale professor Akhil Reed Amar, tries to answer the question if there is any hope of de-escalating the madness stemming from the unbelievable level of partisan politics.
Michael Medved: Kavanaugh Fight Shows Liberal Hypocrisy
Sep 28 • 1 min
The contradictions on the Left.
Kavanaugh Responds As Senate Weighs Vote
Sep 27 • 40 min
Townhall Review – September 29, 2018 Hugh Hewitt looks at and comments on the Democrat’s last-minute desperate attacks aimed at derailing, if not ending, the nomination of Judge Kavanaugh to the U. S. Supreme Court. Michael Medved’s guest, Yale professor…
Albert Mohler on Kavanaugh Allegations: When the Truth No Longer Matters
Sep 26 • 1 min
A number of voices have said—some even explicitly—that Judge Kavanaugh should step aside even if the allegations are not true, if these events just plausibly could have happened…
Mike Gallagher on the Mob Tactics of the Left
Sep 26 • 8 min
Gallagher discusses the hounding of Senator Ted Cruz and his wife from a restaurant, the treatment of Kavanaugh, and other mob tactics being used by the Left.
Michael Medved and James Robbins on Erasing America
Sep 25 • 10 min
Michael Medved talks with journalist James Robbins about his new book, Erasing America: Losing our Future by Destroying our Past.
Jerry Bowyer: The Child Abuse Crisis in the Catholic Church
Sep 24 • 1 min
The current crisis in the Catholic church demands a very brief history lesson. In the ancient world, same-sex relations between men and boys was an accepted norm—among the Greeks and among Roman citizens these relations were, even celebrated. Jesus…
Accusations Against Kavanaugh and Prospects for Confirmation
Sep 20 • 40 min
Townhall Review – September 22, 2018 As the Democrats launch a last-minute effort to derail the Kavanaugh confirmation, Hugh Hewitt talks with Senator Grassley about the possible testimony of Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Ford. Mike Gallagher and Ed…
Michael Medved: Senate Must Resist a Last-Ditch Smear
Sep 20 • 1 min
In their desperate attempt to smear Judge Brett Kavanaugh, many left-leaning commentators try to connect him to #MeToo malefactors like Harvey Weinstein. For two reasons, this association is utterly unfair. First, the #MeToo villains all exploited…
Hugh Hewitt with Josh Hawley on His Senate Race Against Claire McCaskill
Sep 20 • 10 min
Josh Hawley comments on the Kavanaugh case and discusses his electoral strengths against Claire McCaskill in their upcoming Senate race in Missouri.
Michael Medved on Kavanaugh and His Accuser (Ford)
Sep 19 • 24 min
Analyzing the latest play from Democrats in their desperate efforts to stop Kavanaugh.
Michael Medved: Curled Up In a Ball of White Shame
Sep 18 • 1 min
A student at an elite university recently wrote to the New York Times: “I’m riddled with shame. White Shame … I feel like my literal existence hurts people, like I’m always taking up space that should belong to someone else … Instead of harnessing my…
Dennis Prager and LA Senator Bill Cassidy Discuss Media Bias Against PragerU
Sep 18 • 11 min
Google’s CEO snubs the U.S. Senate, ignoring a request to talk about media censorship. Dennis Prager and Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy discuss the media bias against Prager University.
Hugh Hewitt: The McConnell Miracle
Sep 14 • 1 min
How Mitch McConnell has saved the American Constitution.
Assad Threatens Again; Obama Reenters the Stage
Sep 13 • 41 min
Townhall Review – September 15, 2018 Hugh Hewitt and Congressman Mike Gallagher take a look at the crisis in Syria, with Assad threatening to use chemical weapons. Michael Medved questions the importance of the anonymous New York Times op-ed that…
Lanhee Chen: President Obama’s Revisionist History
Sep 13 • 1 min
President Barack Obama returned to the campaign trail last week, with a strident and wide-ranging rebuke of President Trump and Republicans. He was asking voters to remember “the good old days”—when he was in charge. But let’s not forget the fruits of his…
Hugh Hewitt with Rep. Mike Gallagher on Syria
Sep 13 • 11 min
A discussion on latest developments with Syria and the president’s direct authority to strike enemy forces without congressional permission in emergencies.
Dennis Prager with Heather MacDonald on How the Left is Putting Diversity Above Competence
Sep 12 • 12 min
Heather MacDonald discusses the latest insanity in the push for diversity over scientific integrity and competence.
Hugh Hewitt and Mike Allen Discuss Bob Woodward’s Book
Sep 11 • 9 min
Hugh Hewitt discusses Bob Woodward’s book about President Trump’s White House with Mike Allen of Axios.
Dennis Prager on Ron Desantis’ ‘Monkey This Up’ Comment
Sep 7 • 10 min
Dennis Prager exposes the ridiculous nature of the Left and how they invent a race issue where there wasn’t one.
Democrats Turn Supreme Court Hearings Into Circus
Sep 6 • 40 min
Townhall Review – September 8, 2018 Senator Ben Sasse comments on the chaotic Supreme Court confirmation hearing with Hugh Hewitt. Larry Elder looks at how Senator Dianne Feinstein is trying to make the Supreme Court confirmation all about abortion.…
Michael Medved: A Victory for Respectful Persuasion
Sep 6 • 1 min
California lawmaker withdraws controversial bill after discussions with religious leaders.
Hugh Hewitt with Ben Sasse on the Dem Circus at Kavanaugh Hearings
Sep 6 • 12 min
After his memorable Senate speech at the Kavanaugh hearings, Ben Sasse discusses the thrust of his speech and the obstructionist grandstanding by the Democrats, especially those with presidential aspirations.
Michael Medved: A Victory for Respectful Persuasion
Sep 5 • 1 min
A California lawmaker withdraws a controversial bill after consulting with religious leaders who found it oppressive.
Lanhee Chen: Hysterical Opposition to Kavanaugh
Sep 5 • 1 min
Some Democrats are hysterical over the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be the next Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, but they couldn’t have picked a more reasonable and thoughtful jurist to get worked up about…
Dennis Prager and Andrew McCarthy Discuss Cohen Case and Its Threat to Trump Presidency
Aug 31 • 16 min
Dennis Prager and Andrew McCarthy, Senior Editor at National Review, simplify the complex aspects of the Michael Cohen trial and how it will affect the President.
Albert Mohler: It’s Much Bigger Than Jack Phillips
Aug 31 • 1 min
Earlier this year, the nation’s highest court handed down a decision in the case of Jack Phillips, the baker from Colorado who had been found guilty by the state’s Civil Rights Commission of having violated the rights of LGBT persons by refusing to create…
Scandal Rocks the Catholic Church and the Guilty Plea of Michael Cohen
Aug 30 • 41 min
Townhall Review — September 1, 2018 Hugh Hewitt speaks with author Rod Dreher about the latest bombshell in the Catholic church; this time from a report written by a high-ranking Church official implicating the Vatican. Mike Gallagher tells the shocking…
Gallagher on Why Trump Calls CNN ‘Fake News,’ ‘Enemy of the People’
Aug 30 • 17 min
CNN continues to make it harder and harder for fair-minded people to dismiss Trump’s harsh-sounding assessment of their intentions and character.
Michael Medved: The Republican Challenge With Young Voters
Aug 29 • 1 min
Political analysts give plenty of attention to our partisan divisions according to race or gender, but not enough to the stark differences based on age. The good news for Republicans is that the Democrats are entirely reliant on young voters. Among…
Dennis Prager on CNN’s Iran Death to America Piece
Aug 29 • 13 min
CNN claims that when Iran says “Death to America,” it doesn’t really mean what it sounds like to Americans. Really?
Hugh Hewitt with Rod Dreher on Latest Bombshell in the Catholic Crisis
Aug 28 • 11 min
Rod Reher, author The Benedict Option, discusses the implications of a damning statement on the Pope written by a top Catholic official, Carlo Maria Viganò, on Sunday.
Michael Medved: McCain’s Memory Should Make G.O.P. Proud
Aug 27 • 1 min
The passing of Senator John McCain reminded me of why I feel proud to be a Republican. Beginning in 1980, the GOP has fielded nine presidential nominees, each of whom displayed exemplary patriotism and fundamental decency. Ronald Reagan and George Herbert…
Dennis Prager on Facebook Issuing Apology to PragerU
Aug 27 • 8 min
Dennis Prager shares the latest involving Facebook banning Prager University videos, then after a massive outcry from the PragerU community, they later apologized.
The Crazy Reactions to Manafort Conviction and Cohen Confession
Aug 23 • 40 min
Townhall Review — August 25, 2018 Michael Medved looks at the foolish and embarrassing excuses of what are clearly crimes by Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort. Hugh Hewitt and Congressman Mike Gallagher also help make sense of the madness. Salem host Mike…
Michael Medved: The Evidence for Faith
Aug 23 • 1 min
I recently received an e-mail from a thoughtful listener who challenged my commitment to faith and God. “You’re a smart person,” she wrote, “who emphasizes evidence and logic. How then, can you give such importance in your life to something illogical for…
Hugh Hewitt with Tim Alberta: Cohen’s Confessions and Impeachment Questions
Aug 23 • 6 min
If they get the chance after November, Democrats will proceed with impeachment no matter what the merits and credibility of Cohen’s testimony.
Mike Gallagher on ICE arresting the illegal alien murderer
Aug 22 • 13 min
The media were outraged that ICE arrested this wanted criminal just because of the circumstances in which he was arrested. In their totally twisted reporting, they showed more sympathy for the criminal and his family than for his victims!
Dennis Prager and George Friedman on Shaky Times in Turkey
Aug 21 • 26 min
Dennis Prager and geopolitical forecaster Dr. George Friedman look at the turmoil in Turkey and total disarray of the Eurasian Peninsula.
Jerry Bowyer: Looking at the New Age of Tech
Aug 20 • 1 min
George Gilder is the economist and author who holds the distinction of being quoted by Ronald Reagan more than any other living author. Gilder is out with a new book, and it’s a blockbuster. And what’s being “busted” is the Obama-era business model of…
Lanhee Chen: GOP Should Pitch the Economic Argument
Aug 17 • 1 min
To forestall the so-called “blue wave.”
In An Affront to Supreme Court, Colorado Again Goes After Masterpiece Cakeshop
Aug 16 • 40 min
Townhall Review – August 18, 2018 Hugh Hewitt speaks with Alliance Defending Freedom’s Vice President and Sr. Counsel, Jeremy Tedesco about the Colorado Civil Rights Commission continuing harassment of cake baker Jack Phillips. Michael Medved consults…
Hugh Hewitt: Colorado Missing the Message From the Supreme Court
Aug 16 • 1 min
Jack Ryan of the Masterpiece Cakeshop Supreme Court case is back in court again, because Colorado apparently did not get the Supreme Court memo!
Hugh Hewitt with Rep. Mike Gallagher on Turkey Situation
Aug 16 • 12 min
Hewitt with Wisconsin Congressman Mike Gallagher on Tony Evers, midterms, prohibition on selling F-35s to Turkey, Pastor Brunson hostage, hoping Turkey will move in Western direction, moving our nukes out of Turkey, Turkey aligning with Iran.