Bob Woodward joined me on today’s show to discuss his new book: The Last of the President’s Men: Audio: 10-23hhs-woodward Transcript: HH: A quarter century ago when I was the executive director of the Nixon Library, I banned for three days my next guest from the Nixon Library until Richard Nixon told me that was stupid and not to do that. Show More Summary
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the problems Millennials face for retirement, then Andrew Malcolm talks about Joe Biden's failure to launch, and Hillary Clinton's Benghazi testimony. The post Andrew Malcolm on Joe Biden’s Failure to Launch appeared first on RedState.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey Opened today’s show: Audio: 10-21hhs-christie Transcript: HH: Vice President Joseph Biden is not running for president. A man who is, is New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. He joins me now. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) I wrote about Jesse Ventura’s defamation/unjust enrichment lawsuit against the estate of Chris Kyle last year in “American Sniper on trial” and in “American Sniper on trial: The verdict.” The case arises from a couple of pages about Kyle’s close encounter with Ventura at a bar in southern California. Show More Summary
Ambassador Ron Dermer, Israel’s Ambassador to the United States, joined me to open today’s program: Audio: 10-16hhs-dermer Transcript: HH: As I’ve been telling you for the last two weeks, the Fetching Mrs. Hewitt has been in Israel.Show More Summary
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by David Pietrusza to discuss the history of presidential debates and how they have changed in the 24-hour news era. Then, Andrew Stiles of the Washington Free Beacon gives his breakdown of last night's Democratic debate. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Today John, Paul and Scott got together to record Episode 27 of the Power Line Show. We were joined by former federal prosecutor Bill Otis to talk about the criminal justice “reform” bill that is being rushed through the Senate. Show More Summary
The audio: 10-09hhs-fiorina The transcript: HH: One name on many people’s lips is that of Carly Fiorina, clearly the most surprising story of 2016, skyrocketing into if not frontrunner, then near-frontrunner status, and making me look...Show More Summary
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca discusses the minutes from the recent Fed meeting, then legendary journalist Andrew Malcolm talks about Kevin McCarthy's surprise exit from the House Speaker race and where the GOP goes from here. The post Andrew Malcolm on the Crazy Race for Speaker of the House appeared first on RedState.
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Rob Tracinski to discuss the rise of Vladimir Putin in the Middle East, then Kevin Burgess talks about the need for more accountability from NFL refs, and Matt Lewis discusses the race for Speaker and the 2016 Democrat field. The post Putin’s Growing Influence in the Middle East appeared first on RedState.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joined me to start hour two of today’s show: Audio: 10-05hhs-christie Transcript: HH: Went home after Morning Joe at four o’clock in the morning here in Colorado and went back to sleep. But I’m awake because Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey is joining me to start today’s show. Show More Summary
The audio: 10-01hhs-carson The transcript: HH: There are multiple fatalities at a rural community college in Oregon, at Umpqua Community College. At least seven are dead, perhaps many more. We do not know. We’ll follow that story throughout the day. Show More Summary
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Josh Siegal to discuss how John Boehner's resignation will impact the budget battle, then Gabby Morrongiello details Donald Trump's tax plan, and Neal Dewing talks about coffee and coffee cocktails. The post How Will Boehner’s Resignation Impact the Budget Battle? appeared first on RedState.
The Audio: 09-28hhs-mccarthy The transcript: HH: I am joined now by the Majority Leader of the GOP, Kevin McCarthy. Leader McCarthy, welcome, it’s great to speak with you. KM: Oh, thanks for having me, Hugh. I appreciate it. HH: Congratulations. Show More Summary
Guest Post by Mara Zebest Mark Levin read a Daily Beast article written by a Muslim woman, Asra Nomani, explaining how Ben... The post AUDIO: Mark Levin On Ben Carson’s Statements On Islam: Ben Carson Is Not ONLY RIGHT! HE’S BRILLIANT appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Carly Fiorina joined me today: Audio: 09-25hhs-fiorina Transcript: HH: It’s a day that I begin with the biggest star right now in the Republican Party, Carly Fiorina. In the new CNN/WMUR poll, she has rocketed the most of any candidate into second place in the New Hampshire primary. Show More Summary
Senator Lindsey Graham joined me today: Audio: 09-23hhs-graham Transcript: HH: Right now, I do want to go back to presidential politics and welcome back United States Senator Lindsey Graham, who by most accounts dominated the first debate a week ago tonight. Show More Summary
On her still-active 2012 campaign website Heidi Heitkamp said there are “too many extreme politicians in Washington” who hold the country “hostage to advance their narrow political agenda.” Heitkamp’s comments were aimed at the filibuster, pledged to reform during her campaign and voted to obliterate while a member of the Senate majority in 2013 and 2014. Yet, again...
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Aaron Blake to discuss Carly Fiorina's post debate bounce and if Trump has staying power. Then Alex Isenstadt details Scott Walker's exit from the race. Finally David Pietrusza talks about the death of Yogi Berra and the Pope's visit. Show More Summary
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Don Boudreaux to discuss why the Pope misses some lessons of capitalism, then Maura Corrigan talks about poverty and reliance on government support, and Robert Rector discusses what the U.S. spends on social welfare. The post The Pope’s View of Capitalism and What it Overlooks appeared first on RedState.