• Reclaiming Hope

    Several years ago, friends and family gathered for a trip to San Diego including Sea World, now under its very own PC fire. The highlight of any visit to Sea World is the killer whale show and at the time it was entitled “Believe.” The whales and trainers were great…

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  • Senator Rand Paul on his 2016 Campaign and Iran Negoitations

    Senator Rand Paul joined me at the start of today's show and discussed his 2016 campaign: Audio: 04-10hhs-paul Transcript: HH: Joined now by United States Senator Rand Paul, candidate for president. Congratulations, Senator, on your announcement, the success of your money bomb. Sorry about your Wildcats running into the Badgers,…

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  • Do Disproportionate Crime Rates Mean Racist Laws?

    Do Disproportionate Crime Rates Mean Racist Laws?

    African-Americans make up 40 percent of the nation's prison inmates, but only 13 percent of the overall population. Does this mean the laws that sentenced these prisoners are all racist, and need to be repealed? Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul seems to think so. In his announcement of candidacy, when…

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  • Does Sex Deserve More Protection than Faith?

    Does Sex Deserve More Protection than Faith?

    The irresponsible media hype surrounding the so-called “Battle of Indiana” emphasized the issue of gay rights—even though not one word in the Hoosier State's religious liberty law impacted the lives or liberties of gays and lesbians. The press promoted the pernicious idea that legislation protecting the right of people of…

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  • How to Handle a Problematic Father

    How to Handle a Problematic Father

    In his recent announcement of candidacy, Rand Paul faced a dilemma in how to acknowledge the presence of his father, former Congressman and three-time presidential candidate Ron Paul. The family patriarch has compiled a long history of isolationism, support for crackpot conspiracy theories, expressions of sympathy for Iran and hostility…

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  • William Richardson

    William Richardson

    William “Bill” Richardson is an American politician who was the 30th Governor of New Mexico, from 2003-2011. Richardson led a distinguished public-service career as a U.S. Congressman (1982-1996), U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (1997-1998), and Secretary of Energy under President Bill Clinton from 1998-2000. As a diplomat and Special…

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