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  • Trent Lott – Rebecca Costa

    Trent Lott – Rebecca Costa

    Chester Trent Lott Sr. is a former United States Senator from Mississippi who served in numerous leadership positions in both the United States House of Representatives and the Senate. After getting his start in politics as an administrative assistant, Lott ran successfully for the U.S. Senate in 1988. He then…

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  • Mark Steyn On The Sony Emails

    Mark dropped by for his regular Thursday chat, all of which will be posted later at the Transcripts page. Here is what he had to say on Sonygate: HH: Now I have to turn to the big story of the afternoon, Mark Steyn. I want to read from BuzzFeed. “Before…

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  • “GODS AND KINGS”: A MATTER OF CHOICE

    “GODS AND KINGS”: A MATTER OF CHOICE

    Religious believers, both Jewish and Christian, feel inevitably intrigued by the release of the spectacular new movie EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS, featuring Oscar-winner Christian Bale as Moses, and directed by Ridley Scott. The question of whether it's worth seeing depends on your tolerance for liberties with the Biblical text. Scripture…

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  • If White Racism Causes Inequality, Why Do Whites Lag?

    If White Racism Causes Inequality, Why Do Whites Lag?

    If white racism counts as the primary cause for the painful problems of people of color then why do white people themselves lag behind some other racial groups in every measure of success and health? Census figures show that “non-Hispanic whites” still comprise a big majority of the American population…

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  • Max Boot Blasts Release Of Senate Report

    Max Boot was my guest today, and he blasted the release of the Senate report on interrogation and detention policies during the Bush years. Links to the Minority Report and other rebuttals which Boot and I discuss are at www.CIASavesLives.com. The audio: 12-09hhs-boot The transcript: HH: Probably not many Christmas…

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  • DON’T SHUN THE M-WORD

    DON’T SHUN THE M-WORD

    To succeed with the most decisive group of swing voters Republicans should stop treating “moderate” as a dirty word. Since modern exit polling began in 1976, self-described moderates have comprised the biggest portion of the electorate every time; conservatives have never amounted to more than 35 percent. Republicans therefore can't…

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