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  • NO “TIDAL WAVE” FOR GAY MARRIAGE

    The cultural left claims that overwhelming majorities now support redefinition of marriage but recent polling shows that's not true. A September Pew Center survey found only 49 percent saying they “favor allowing gays and lesbians to marry legally”—even with the biased wording of that question! Support for same-sex marriage declined…

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  • MARRIAGE SHAPES BETTER ADULTS BEFORE IT BUILDS BETTER KIDS

    A recent Washington Post piece acknowledges that “children with married parents are better off” but simultaneously claims “marriage isn't the reason why.” The report cites research at Brookings Institution suggesting that higher family income, more educated parents, and better parenting skills help explain the so-called “marriage advantage,” not the institution…

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  • FOR OBAMA,”THE BUCK” NEVER STOPS

    In a disturbing “60 Minutes” interview President Obama wouldn't give a direct answer on whether he'd been surprised by the frightening rise of ISIS. Instead, he instinctively blamed an underling, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who supposedly had “underestimated” the terrorist group. Obama also claimed he left that Iraq…

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  • RNC Chair Reince Preibus On Agenda 2015

    Reince Priebus is the chair of the Republican National Committee and will speak tomorrow at George Washington University on the subject of the principles that bind together the GOP as opposed to those few issues which divide the party. He joined me on Wednesday's show: Audio: 10-01hhs-priebus Transcript: HH: I…

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  • It’s Your Turn To Be Heard!

    When's the last time you've seen an ad about an issue that mattered to you? The “voice of the people” has become the opinion of high-priced political consultants – until now. YourVoiceYourAd.com is changing that. Have your voice and ideas heard and possibly turned into a NATIONAL RADIO SPOT. Go…

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  • Understanding The Middle East

    Understanding The Middle East

    This, from the Washington Post's Adam Taylor, is very good. My conversation yesterday with The New York Times' John Fisher Burns adds more background from the most experienced foreign correspondent in the world. But Christian C. Sahner's new book, Amid the Ruins: Syria Past and Present, is a revelation. He…

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  • John Fisher Burns on Ebola, China, and ISIS

    Two time Pulitzer winner and chief foreign correspondent for the new York Times, John Burns, joined me to talk about the turmoil in Hong Kong and China, and also in the Middle East. Audio: 09-30hhs-burns Transcript: HH: I am joined by John Fisher Burns, New York Times' chief foreign correspondent…

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