• Senator Tom Cotton On Defeating The Iran Deal

    United States Senator Tom Cotton joined me on the program today to discuss the negotiations with Iran and to urge listeners/readers to contact their representatives and senators to vote against any deal that provides a “signing bonus,” relief from the U.N. arms embargo, or anything short of anytime/anywhere inspections: Audio:…

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  • Demographics, Destiny and Deity

    Writing in the OC Register, Joel Kotkin makes the case for continued social and political activity by the religious simply to preserve the most basic of things – the family. He presents an extended demographic argument – one I have seen somewhere before. Kotkin urges cooperation with family friendly liberals…

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  • Not This Immigration “Debate,” Not Now.

    My new Washington Examiner column warns the GOP field against falling into the “illegal immigration outrage trap” which both the terrible murder of Kathryn Steinle and the lure of the amplification effect of tough talk on illegal immigrants combine to put before them.

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  • On Being Good

    Published Sunday July 12, 2015 Real Clear Politics this morning carries a fascinating piece by David Shribman on how presidents want to be remembered: And so tucked into the president's eulogy to Rev. Pinckney — perhaps you noticed it, too — was a comment about the South Carolina state senator…

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  • Supreme Culture War, Part II

    by Garrett Fahy In the days leading up to the Supreme Court's decision on same sex marriage, conservative religious schools across the country warned that they could lose their tax exempt status if the Supreme Court found a constitutional right to same sex marriage. One Texas pastor warned that a…

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  • “The Queen” on BookTV, Saturday Evening at 10 PM

    i gave a lecture at the Nixon Library last week on my new book “The Queen: The Epic Ambition of Hillary and the Coming of a Second Clinton Era” which covered the book, the 2016 elections, and one method of preparation for asking questions at the GOP presidential primary debates.…

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  • Grace, Or The Lack Thereof

    The editorial board of the NYTimes this morning excoriates clerks that, on religious grounds, refuse to issues same-sex marriage licenses. In New Orleans, the mayor wishes to remove statues of Confederates as a “public nuisance.” Forget for a minute whether you agree or disagree with the stance – such actions…

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  • “Fearfully and Wonderfully Made”

    Last week when George Takei said some very, very ugly things, for which he has since apologized, about Clarence Thomas and his Obergefell dissent I decided not to comment. Seriously, A) Who cares what the Yoko Ono of the original Star Trek cast thinks about a Supreme Court decision and,…

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