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  • For Your Thanksgiving Enjoyment: “W” on 41 and Charles Krauthammer On Everything

    Posted on November 26, 2014 Hugh Hewitt

    So the turkey is roasting and the football games bore you. Tow things for your day. First, here’s the audio of my conversation with President George W. Bush about his father and his new book 41: A Portrait of My Father. Second, Charles Krauthammer, whose 2014 book Things That Matter sold more than a million […]

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  • Lt. Col. Allen West On Ferguson, POTUS and 2016

    Posted on November 26, 2014 Hugh Hewitt

    Lt. Col. was my guest in the first hour today, talking Ferguson, President Obama, and 2016: Audio: 11-26hhs-west Transcript: HH: From Dr. Krauthammer, we move to Congressman Allen West, formerly a member of Congress and formerly a football. He’s a University of Tennessee fan. I don’t believe they’re actually, are you wearing paper bags these […]

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  • Excusing—and Celebrating—Savagery

    Posted on November 26, 2014 Michael Medved

    In efforts to explain the savage, senseless butchery of the Jerusalem synagogue massacre, left-leaning commentators referred to “provocation” and a so-called “cycle of violence” involving both sides. Even the president of the United States strained to sound even-handed in the face of a shameless display of Islamist barbarity. “Too many Israelis have died; too many […]

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  • “Rioting in Ferguson – A Disheartening Rejection of the Civil Rights Movement” by Clark Judge

    Posted on November 26, 2014 Hugh Hewitt

    The weekly column from Clark Judge: Rioting in Ferguson – A Disheartening Rejection of the Civil Rights Movement By Clark S. Judge: managing director, White House Writers Group, Inc.; chairman, Pacific Research Institute The most disheartening fact about the riots in Ferguson, Missouri, is that the rioters reject due process of law. Yet these same […]

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