Blog Profile / Hugh Hewitt's TownHall Blog


URL :http://hughhewitt.townhall.com/blog/
Filed Under:US Politics / Conservative
Posts on Regator:4145
Posts / Week:9.7
Archived Since:August 26, 2009

Blog Post Archive

Comic Nerd Wars

The title to this post is misleading – this is more like nerd v half-a-nerd.  On this morning’s show when the host confronted resident movie critic Sonny Bunch with my criticism of his lack of knowledge of Jack Kirby and comic art, Bunch...Show More Summary

Sacrificing Our Humanity and Clear Thinking

We have the “big” sex scandal stories of late – Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Roy Moore – but there are tens of thousands of #metoo stories that have spread from Facebook to Twitter and some have made the local papers and wire services. ...Show More Summary

The Christian Thing To Do

I am most certainly among those that find the evidence against Roy Moore extremely credible.   Nonetheless let us assume, for the moment, the Alabama senatorial candidate’s innocence regarding all the accusations that have been flying around for the last few days and ask ourselves what is the proper Christian response in this situation.

Cult of Personality

In the 1780 Constitution of Massachusetts, John Adams wrote (Part the First, section XXX):

Thoughts, Prayers, and Disrespect

I have written before about this whole “thoughts and prayers are not enough” nonsense. I really did not want to write about it again, mostly because if it came up again it would mean there was another horrible tragedy but also because I did not think I had anything else to say.  But then this happened:

Representative Kevin Brady, Chair of House Ways and Means, On Status Of Tax Bill

Ways and Means Chair Kevin Brady joined me this morning to discuss the status of the tax bill:

Science is an Inherently Political Activity

Much ado is being made about EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt’s recent appointments to the EPA’a advisory boards and the process used to name them.  There is discussion surrounding backgrounds, “beliefs,” and most importantly where their...Show More Summary

What Do You Stand For?

I know many good Democrats and liberals.  I know many Christian Democrats and liberals.  But those facts notwithstanding it is a fair statement to say that as a rule the Left and Dems are about things other than living out faith.  They are not always actively opposed to it, though they sometimes are, but they seem to stand for other things first.  Evidence?

Human Value

We cling so to identity in this nation.  Identity seems to be that which is most valued in America right now.  Most people on the right know this is a change for the worse.  Maybe it is about failing families or failing religions, or...Show More Summary

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