Blog Profile / Hugh Hewitt's TownHall Blog

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Nothing To See Here

Of course, any story that does not support the media/Democrat/Left agenda is under-reported.  And of late any story, particularly that involves a president that they simply refuse to believe was actually elected, is over-reported, spun,...Show More Summary

Looking For Love In All The Wrong Places

Instapundit linked to an extraordinary post this morning.   The post is entitled “The India Effect: (what Celebrity Big Brother can teach us about gender politics.)” and is a discussion circling around a transsexual character on the aforementioned show.  The piece makes two extraordinary points.  First:

The Press, Trust and Relativism

While reading a post by Hinderacker at Powerline, “ASSOCIATED PRESS: PEOPLE DON’T TRUST THE MEDIA, BUT WE CAN’T FIGURE OUT WHY,” Oprah’s now immmortal Golden Globes speech came to mind:

One Of My Favorite Verses

So yesterday I was confronted with a sight that I found a bit unnerving.  Does not make any difference what it was, it just made me uncomfortable.  In doing so it put me in mind of one of my more favorite passages of scripture:

OK – Let’s Talk About Moral Outrage

Look, not going to begin to defend the president’s reported utterances. To borrow from another president, “wouldn’t be prudent.”  Jim Geraghty made the point best:

House Judiciary Chairman Goodlatte On FISA, The FBI and DOJ, and Immigration Reform

House Judiciary Committee Bob Goodlatte joined me this morning to discuss the need for a second special counsel to review the actions of the FBI and DOJ during election 2016, the re-authorization of FISA, and immigration reform:

North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis On Immigration Reform Deal

North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis joined me this morning to discuss the prospects for a four part Congressional compromise on immigration issues:

What Logic Requires

A conservative website out of Boston reprints an Faulkner University (Alabama) Law Professor’s opening speech to his introductory students.  It is full of brilliance – here’s one example:


It is tempting, under this headline, to write of last night’s Golden Globe Awards.  But, I did not watch it, so I can’t.  Rather, I want to talk about an article that appeared over the holidays that I somehow missed. (HT: The College Fix)  Sarah Kaplan at WaPo writes:

What Are You Doing To Make America Great?

Been quite a start to the New Year around the old homestead.  I wrote Wednesday past of the passing of an old acquaintance from high school.  Yesterday brought news of the death of the brother of a close friend I lost in the spring of...Show More Summary

I’ve had an Epiphany…

…and no, I do not mean “a moment of sudden insight or understanding.”  Rather, I mean “a Christian festival on the 6th of January that celebrates the arrival of the wise men who came to see Jesus of Nazareth soon after he was born.” ...Show More Summary

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