• Congressman Jim Jordan on The Benghazi Committee

    Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan, a member of the Select Committee on Benghazi in the House, joined me Wednesday to talk about the hearing which began the Committee's public proceedings and the schedule ahead: Audio: 09-24hhs-jordan Transcript: HH: Joined now by Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan. He represents Ohio's 4th Congressional District.…

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  • The Over-Hyped NFL “Crisis”: What’s New?

    The Over-Hyped NFL “Crisis”: What’s New?

    The hyper-publicized NFL scandal, focusing on familial failings of some of the gridiron's most celebrated stars, provides prophets of doom and decline with one more sign of America's imminent collapse. According to these observations, today's churlish and brutal professional athletes contrast unfavorably with the clean-cut, patriotic sports heroes of prior…

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  • Dexter Filkins on the Kurds and ISIS

    The New Yorker's Dexter Filkins joins me to open Wednesday's show, talking about his long piece on the Kurds and ISIS from the current New Yorker. My own column charts how this election has turd into a national security election, causing great panic aong Democrats. The audio of the…

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  • Guest Blog by Ezra Klinghoffer

    A note from Michael Medved: Since my own Bar Mitzvah in October of 1961, I've attended scores of these coming of age occasions for 13-year-old jewish boys. In most cases, the young man delivers a few remarks about the significance of this milestone, but I've never heard or read Bar…

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  • Latin Tuesday

    Today's Latin Tuesday lesson from David Wilezol: Livy Book 30, Chapter 30 “nusquam minus quam in bello eventus respondent” Nowhere are our calculations more frequently upset than in war. Brought to you by

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  • “A Path Appears” By Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn

    “A Path Appears” By Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn

    Pulitzer winner Nick Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn have combined to produce a riveting review of “what works” –at home and in abroad, in rich and poor countries, with start-ups and interventions, in A Path Appears: Transformimg Lives, Creating Opportunity. The book layers take readers to very far away and grief…

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  • Congressman Rob Wittman On Our Shipbuilidng Needs

    Virginia's Rob Wittman, who represents the Commonwealth's 1st CD, is Chairman of the Subcommittee on Seapower and Proejection of the House Armed Services Committee as well as co-chair of the Congressional Shipbuilidng Caucus. Very few people on the Hill are as knowledgeable about the Navy's needs, both immediate and longer…

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