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
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 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 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
Florida Senator Marco Rubio joined me to begin today’s show: Audio: 03-24hhs-rubio Transcript: HH: I begin today’s show with United States Senator Marco Rubio. Senator Rubio, welcome back to the Hugh Hewitt Show, it’s great to have you. MR:...Show More Summary
Illinois Senator Mark Kirk joined me today to talk about the state of the Congressional oversight of the negotiations with Iran: Audio: 03-24hhs-kirk Transcript: HH: I begin this hour with Illinois Senator, United States Senator, Mark Kirk. Show More Summary
CNN’s Peter Hamby joined me on the show today to talk about the launch of Senator Ted Cruz campaign yesterday and 2016 as well: Audio: 03-24hhs-hamby Transcript: HH: Joined now by Peter Hamby, CNN national political reporter. You ought to be following him on Twitter, @PeterHambyCNN. Show More Summary
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the Israeli election, signs The Fed may raise rates and what a hike would do to the markets. The post Is The Fed Finally Looking to Raise Rates? appeared first on RedState.
Robert O’Brien served in a variety of national security positions with the George W. Bush administration and a law partner of mine joined me to discuss the defense spending showdown within the GOP which I also covered with Senators Graham...Show More Summary
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham opened the show today talking about the combined efforts of House and Senate Republicans to break the sequester cap on the Pentagon: Audio: 03-20hhs-graham Transcript: HH: I begin this program with the United States Senator from South Carolina, and soon, I think, to be a presidential candidate, Lindsey Graham. Show More Summary
Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee John McCain joined me to open the third hour of the show today: Audio: 03-20hhs-mccain Transcript: HH: The longest range story is whether or not we’re going to fund the Pentagon. And at the tip of that spear is Senator John McCain from the great state of Arizona. Show More Summary
Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss how VCs value tech start-ups, why they have insane values and Silicon Valley’s unicorns. Related...Show More Summary
Foreign Policy’s Tom Ricks joined me to talk defense spending on today’s show: Audio: 03-19hhs-ricks Transcript: HH: So pleased to welcome back Thomas E. Ricks. He’s covered the United States Military for 20 years for the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post, the author of five books. Show More Summary
Mark Steyn opened today’s show and used Marco Rubio’s barnburner on the Senate floor to set a fire of his own: Audio: 03-19hhs-steyn Transcript: HH: I never thought I’d lead a show by reporting this, but I have to tell you what is in the New York Times at this hour. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Steve, Paul and I got together yesterday afternoon to record Episode 12 of the Power Line Show. Foreign affairs dominated in the form of Iran and the election in Israel, but we also talked about the Republicans’ need to coordinate on the budget and wrapped with conversation about the 2016 GOP presidential field. Show More Summary
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Lindsey Burke to discuss No Child Left Behind, why it's important in the fight against Common Core and the Uberization of education. The post No Child Left Behind and the Need to Uberize Education appeared first on RedState.
Dr. Ben Carson goes in depth on national scurity issues with Hugh Hewitt. Says roots of conflict with Islamic State has roots in dispute between Jacob and Esau; stumbles on NATO status of Baltic States. The Audio: 03-18hhs-carson The Transcript: HH: I begin today, this segment and next, with Dr. Show More Summary
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by Christian Whiton to discuss the U.S. relationship with Israel, how Obama's foreign policy has failed and Putin's itchy trigger finger. The post Obama’s Failed Foreign Policy appeared first on RedState.
House Op Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy joined us today to discuss the roll out of the House GOP’s budget plan: Audio: 03-17hhs-mccarthy Transcript: HH: Happy St. Patrick’s Day, especially to my guest now, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy. Show More Summary
The Lone Star State’s new governor joined me today to talk about his newest battle with the EPA –and a little GOp presidential politics: Audio: 03-17hhs-abbott Transcript: HH: I am joined now by one of America’s great governors, Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Show More Summary