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  • The Longest Congressional Campaign And The House Leadership Battle

    Posted on April 22, 2014 Hugh Hewitt

    We have grown used to long presidential campaigns. Those begin the day after the “off-year” election ends, and we ought to expect “exploratory committees” and even formal declarations of a campaign for the presidency to pour forth in November and December of this year. GOP Chairman Reince Priebus may hold off the onslaught of presidential […]

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  • From Greatness to Whiteness

    Posted on April 22, 2014 Dennis Prager

    When Americans over the age of, let us say, 45, look at any of the iconic paintings of America’s Founders — the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the signing of the Constitution, George Washington crossing the Delaware, any of the individual portraits the Founders — what do they see? They see great men founding […]

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  • Springtime In Washington: Watching The Obamacare Spin Bloom and Russia Grow

    Posted on April 21, 2014 Hugh Hewitt

    My Washington Examiner column this morning concerns vast cohort of older Americans and the highly unlikely prospect of their being spun on the reality of Obamacare, no matter how many press conferences and speeches the president delivers. Watching the spin unravel under the wight of the reality of the fractured and ever more expensive health […]

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  • Audio and Transcript of Jonathan Allen Interview on “HRC”

    Posted on April 18, 2014 Hugh Hewitt

    A Passover/Easter gift for you –the audio and transcript of my long interview with Jonathan Allen, co-author with Amie Parnes of “HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton”: Audio: 04-17hhs-allen-1 04-17hhs-allen-2 04-17hhs-allen-3 Transcript: HH: You’re not going to want to miss a minute of this, because I’m talking about Hillary Rodham Clinton. Specifically, […]

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