Blogs

  • Bill Bennett’s Final Show – Hour 3

    /wp-content/uploads/Bennetts-Round-Table_2016_03_31_HR_3-1.mp3In the final hour of Morning in America, we heard from Coach Ken and some other great callers and we ended the show with Mrs. Bennett as we remembered the impact that Morning in America and you – the listeners – have had on our lives. Brought to you by…

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  • A Note to Conservatives Who Are Secular

    A Note to Conservatives Who Are Secular

    The most profound thinkers in America are conservative. There are, of course, bright liberal and leftist thinkers, but I can't think of one who approaches the depth and wisdom of the best conservative writers and thinkers. What liberal historian, for example, approaches the understanding of life and history that author…

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  • Brokering a convention, Part II

    Part I of this serialization can be found here. Wednesday night, July 20, 2016. Cleveland Ohio. Dan Gilbert's Owner's Suite 1, Quicken Loans Arena As the door closed behind Ohio's governor, Sen. Ted Cruz kept his silence and could hear the Buckeye asking his Ohio State Troopers in their distinctive…

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  • Most important issue of 2016: The judiciary

    When the new president is sworn in on January 20, 2017, Chief Justice John Roberts, who administers the oath, will be 61. His colleagues, on that day, will be mostly older. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be 83. Justices Anthony Kennedy and Antonin Scalia will be 80. Justice Stephen Breyer…

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  • No Real Diversity

    No Real Diversity

    The University of Missouri has become the latest academic institution to require all students to take three credit hours of “Diversity Intensive” instruction: classes that emphasize “inequities” facing racial, sexual, national and disability groups that have been designated as disadvantaged minorities. While students can benefit from a broad education exposing…

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  • Tom Daschle – Rebecca Costa

    Tom Daschle – Rebecca Costa

    Thomas “Tom” Daschle is the former U.S. Senator from South Dakota who served as both the Minority and Majority Leader for the Democratic Party. Daschle is one of the longest serving Senate Democratic leaders in history, and the only to serve twice as both Majority and Minority Leader. After leaving…

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  • The Folly of Making Unnecessary Enemies

    The Folly of Making Unnecessary Enemies

    When our children were still in preschool, we tried to teach them an important lesson: don't pick fights with your classmates, and don't start pointless feuds with your teachers. Apparently, Donald Trump hasn't learned that lesson. After a press conference, his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, grabbed and pushed reporter Michelle…

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  • No Plausible Path to Victory

    No Plausible Path to Victory

    Public-opinion polls show Hillary Clinton consistently crushing Donald Trump in trial-heats but some Trump true-believers insist he could somehow still win. In Politico, computer modeling showed he'd first need to double the percentage of black voters won by Mitt Romney – which might be possible without Obama on the ballot.…

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  • Hillary’s emails disqualify her from the presidency

    How fast does information move through the Iowa caucus electorate? Hillary Clinton is hoping very, very slowly, because Friday's bombshell news about 22 of her emails — stored on her private, illegal, compromised, national security-endangering server — turn out to be so sensitive that not one word of any of…

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