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“The Committee Will Speak With Mr. Blumenthal” –Benghazi Select Committee Member Mike Pompeo

House Benghazi Select Committee member Congressman Mike Pompeo joined me on today’s show to talk about the next stage in the Committee’s work.  Mr. Blumenthal, call your lawyer’s office please. Audio: 04-01hhs-pompeo Transcript: HH: Joined now by Congressman Mike Pompeo from Kansas’ 4th Congressional District. Show More Summary

The Great Liberal-Conservative Devide

On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by William Gairdner to discuss his new book, the issues that divide Liberals and Conservatives and if we can ever get along. The post The Great Liberal-Conservative Devide appeared first on RedState.

WMC Spends $600,000 to Demote Chief Justice as Criminal Probe of Walker Campaign Looms

Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC), Wisconsin's premier lobby for corporate tax breaks and low wage jobs, has unleashed a $600,000 ad blitz to strip Wisconsin's independent Chief Justice of her title just as the court preparesShow More Summary

RedState Review/Interview: Werewolf Cop, by Andrew Klavan.

A review of Werewolf Cop, and an interview with author Andrew Klavan. The post RedState Review/Interview: Werewolf Cop, by Andrew Klavan. appeared first on RedState.

How Will a Change in Democrat Leadership Impact the U.S. Senate?

On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Melissa Quinn to discuss Harry Reid's retirement, the likely accent of Chuck Schumer to Minority Leader and what a change in leadership will mean for Democrats in the Senate. The post How Will a Change in Democrat Leadership Impact the U.S. Senate? appeared first on RedState.

Utah Senator Mike Lee On Tax Reform, Filibuster Reform, Defense Spending And More

The Audio: 03-30hhs-lee The Transcript: HH: As promised, United States Senator Mike Lee is in the studio. He’s now been taken to the secret location where John Thune, Justice Breyer, Dick Cheney, and he is underwhelmed as they are. You...Show More Summary

Jeb Bush On The Indiana Law, Iran, and Hillary

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is making a California swing this week, and came by the studio today: Audio: 03-30hhs-bush-1 03-30hhs-bush-2 Transcript: HH: I begin with a great drop-in guest, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush joins me in the studio. Show More Summary

Should We Automate Airliners?

On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the crash of an airliner in Europe last week, the extent of today's safety systems and if hackers could take advantage of more automated flight systems. The post Should We Automate Airliners? appeared first on RedState.

Will Durst: Crazy Cruzy

In which our intrepid correspondent gets excited over the sighting of the nominational robin. Now read this:Senate Floor 2016 Brawl (Mar 26, 2015) Conservatives Looking To Unite Behind Candidate Who Is Not Bush (Mar 26, 2015) Is The White House Worried That Ted Cruz Might ‘Repeal’ Common Core? (Mar 26, 2015) Ted Cruz Is Trying [...]

Weekly Address: Protecting Working Americans’ Paychecks

President Barack Obama tapes the Weekly Address in the Map Room of the White House, March 20, 2015. March 20, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy) In this week’s address, the President highlighted the progress made protecting...Show More Summary

Chuck Todd: Nothing Surprises Me About Sid Blumenthal. Nothing

Also, the Meet The Press moderator weighed in on the Iran deal and why Roger Goodell seems to have it in for Browns owner Jimmy Haslam. The Audio: http://www.hughhewitt.com/wp-content/uploads/03-27hhs-todd.mp3 The Transcript: HH: The...Show More Summary

The Provocateur: Cruz Goes Hard Right on the Influence Spectrum

Listen to this companion podcast from SiriusXM POTUS 124. In contests of most any kind, it's often best to go second. Particularly if you think you're the better player. But if you're the weaker, then surely you should go first. This week, with single-digit polling numbers, Ted Cruz, the junior U.S. Show More Summary

The Iran Nuke Negotiations and Our Changing Relationship with Israel

On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by David Harsanyi to discuss the Iran nuke negotiations, our changing relationship with Israel and who is to blame for a Middle East in turmoil. The post The Iran Nuke Negotiations and Our Changing Relationship with Israel appeared first on RedState.

The “Say It With Me: President Ted Cruz” Edition

Become a fan of the Political Gabfest on Facebook. We post to the Facebook page throughout the week, so keep the conversation going by joining us there. Or follow us @SlateGabfest! This week’s episode is sponsored by Stamps.com. If you...Show More Summary

The Strengths and Weaknesses of Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz

On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Andrew Malcolm to discuss Ted Cruz joining the 2016 campaign, his strengths and weaknesses and why he could mop the floor with his competition in the debates. The post The Strengths and Weaknesses of Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz appeared first on RedState.

Governor Scott Walker Talks Foreign Policy

After appearing at a Chamber of Commerce lunch with Hugh, the Wisconsin Governor dropped by the studios of KKNT 960 in Phoenix to continue the discussion. The Audio: 03-25hhs-walker The Transcript: HH: Sitting across from me, the Governor Wisconsin, who’s not in the very cold far north. Show More Summary

Listen: The Washington Report

Former congressman and current Talk Radio News Service correspondent Bob Ney talks about the civil war in Yemen, the nuclear arms race in the Middle East, congressional efforts to combat antisemitism and attempts by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to mend fences with President Obama.

David Pietrusza on Sing Sing in the 1930s

On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by author and historian David Pietrusza to discuss his latest book about Sing Sing prison in the 1930s, the process of self-publishing a novel and baseball's Opening Day. The post David Pietrusza on Sing Sing in the 1930s appeared first on RedState.

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson On DoD Funding, Iran Negotiations

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson joined me on today’s show to talk about the DoD budget and the negotiations with Iran: Audio: 03-24hhs-johnson Transcript: HH: Now let’s talk with United States Senator Ron Johnson joining me. He’s the chairman of the Homeland Security [Committee]. Show More Summary

The Washington Post’s Dan Balz on 2016

The Washington Post’s Dan Balz received The Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting yesterday.  He joined me on today’s show: Audio: 03-24hhs-balz Transcript: HH: Honored to have on the Toner Award winner for excellence in political journalism, Dan Balz of the Washington Post. Show More Summary

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