• Jim Lehrer – Rebecca Costa

    Jim Lehrer – Rebecca Costa

    Jim Lehrer is the former executive editor and news anchor for the PBS NewsHour. Lehrer joined the National Public Affairs Center for Television (NPACT) as a correspondent, which led to an Emmy-winning collaboration with Robert MacNeil for their continuous live coverage of the Watergate scandal. In addition to numerous awards…

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  • Romney Rumblings

    As Trump stumbles on substance but continues to perform in the polls, it is natural that people would become concerned. And since none of the current field seems capable of making a dent, it is also natural that people might start to look outside the field. And thus on Tuesday…

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  • Responding to Outrageous Liberal Stuff

    The liberal contention, pretty much since Rush Limbaugh first made the scene, has been that conservatives are a bunch of angry, thoughtless, neanderthal reactionaries. Sometimes we act that way – it is natural. The libs say and do things that are so unattached from reality that our incredulity causes us…

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  • Recent Candidate Interviews: Audio and Transcripts

    Making it easy to research what the candidates have said on my show in the weeks since the first debate on August 6: Interview with Mike Huckabee, 8/28/15 Interview with Jeb Bush, 8/14/15 Interview with Ted Cruz on 8/31/15, 8/14/15 Interview with Lindsey Graham on 9/1/15, 8/14/15 Interview with Scott…

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  • Donald Trump On The Day He Took The Pledge

    Donald Trump joined me today: Audio: 09-03hhs-trump Transcript: HH: Joined now by Donald Trump. Donald Trump, welcome back to the Hugh Hewitt Show, it's always a pleasure to talk to you. DT: Thank you, Hugh. HH: I would thought that today, this is our sixth interview, I'd turn to some…

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  • Winning with a “Young Underdog”

    Winning with a “Young Underdog”

    If Republicans hope to win the White House in 2016 they should consider the success enjoyed by Democrats in winning four of the last six presidential elections. In each of those winning races, the Democrats nominated candidates – Bill Clinton and Barack Obama – who might be described as “young…

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