• Latin Tuesday

    Today's Latin Tuesday lesson from David Wilezol: Tacitus, Agricolae, 98 “Auferre, trucidare, rapere, falsis nominibus imperium; atque, ubi solitudinem faciunt, pacem appellant.” “To ravage, to slaughter, to usurp under false titles, they call these things empire; and where they make a desert, they call it peace.” A listener named Alan…

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  • GOP 2016 Meets NASCAR

    As analogies go, NASCAR drivers and GOP candidates for the 2016 presidential nomination work pretty well. Give a listen as former Congressman John Campbell and my senior producer Duane Patterson –both NASCAR junkies– weigh in on the candidate/driver match-ups: Audio: 01-12hhs-nascargop

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  • “Not the Leader of the Free World” By Clark S. Judge

    The weekly column from Clark Judge: Not the Leader of the Free World By Clark S. Judge: managing director, White House Writers Group, Inc.; chairman, Pacific Research Institute Sometimes history changes with a bang, sometimes with a whimper. A change in the course of American history may have occurred yesterday…

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  • “Overcoming Obamacare” by Philip Klein

    “Overcoming Obamacare” by Philip Klein

    The Washington Examiner's Philip Klein has a new book out: “Overcoming Obamacare: Three Approaches to Reversing the Government Takeover of Health Care.” America will slowly move its gaze from the terrors of Paris and Nigeria to its domestic political woes. When the GOP does, all of its members should have…

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  • The GOP 2016 Primaries

    The GOP 2016 Primaries

    My Monday Washington Examiner column reviews the unexpected announcement out of Manhattan Friday: Mitt Romney is back in the GOP mix for 2016. The paragraph of the column: Romney, Bush and Cruz have the first row of cars before the flag drops, but Chris Christie and others drive like Tony…

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  • The Dictionary Proves It: Government Means Control

    The Dictionary Proves It: Government Means Control

    As the presidential campaign begins to come into focus in the early days of 2015 it should become increasingly obvious that the race will turn on fundamental disagreement about the very nature of government. Democrats believe that government exists in order to help people; since many segments of the populace…

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  • Mitt Romney’s Return To The Race

    The Washington Post's By Philip Rucker, Robert Costa and Matea Gold, Buzzfeed's McKay Coppins, and Politico's Maggie Habermann have the best takes on Mitt Romney's surprise announcement to key donors yesterday that he is back in the mix for the 2016 GOP nomination. I was talking on air with Carly…

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  • Carly Fiorina On The Paris Attacks, And 2016

    Former HP CEO and California Senate candidate Carly Fiorina joined me in studio today to discuss the attacks in Paris, the decision by Barbara Boxer –Fiorina's opponent in 2010– not to seek re-election in '16, and her plans to seek the GOP presidential nomination. Audio: 01-09hhs-fiorina Transcript: HH: I am…

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  • Chuck Todd On Paris Attacks, Romney ’16

    Meet The Press' Chuck Todd joined me for our regular Friday conversation which included the news from Paris, Nigeria, and Manhattan –the last about the return of Mitt Romney: Audio: 01-09hhs-todd Transcript HH: I'm joined now by Chuck Todd of NBC's Meet The Press. Chuck, what in the world are…

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  • Ronald J. Ryan – Rebecca Costa

    Ronald J. Ryan – Rebecca Costa

    Ronald J. Ryan is founder and CEO of Ryan ALM, Inc., an assets and liability management firm whose core products include Liability Index Funds and Liability Hedge Funds. Prior to the founding Ryan ALM, Inc., Ryan founded and served as President at two other companies Ryan Labs, Inc. and Ryan…

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