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  • Former Congressman Phil English On TPA/TPP

    Posted on May 28, 2015 Hugh Hewitt

    My colleague Phil English explained TPA and TPP today on today’s show, as Hillary Clinton continues her astonishing silence on this crucial part of the president’s agenda –the only part that has attracted widespread GOP support: Audio: 05-27hhs-english Transcript: HH: Rarely do I ever talk to any of my law partners on the air, but […]

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  • Former Federal Judge Stephen Larson On The FIFA Investigation And Charges

    Posted on May 27, 2015 Hugh Hewitt

    One of my law partners if former federal district court judge and federal prosecutor Stephen Larson. He joined me to open Wednesday’s show and discuss the sweeping nature of the charges unveiled today: Audio: 05-27hhs-larson Transcript: HH: The biggest story in the world, actually, is about FIFA, which is the international federation of association football, […]

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  • Understanding Problems and Solutions

    Posted on May 27, 2015 Hugh Hewitt

    Dennis Prager begins a series on understanding the differences between Left and Right in National Review: Material poverty doesn’t cause murder, rape, or terror. Moral poverty does. That’s one of the great divides between Left and Right. And it largely emanates from their differing views about whether human nature is innately good. I read that […]

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  • Blunting the Democrats’ “Youth Advantage”

    Posted on May 26, 2015 Michael Medved

    The recent Democratic winning streak in presidential elections connects directly to the “youth advantage” enjoyed by Democratic candidates: the Democratic nominee has been younger than the GOP nominee in five of the last six of presidential contests, and the younger candidate each time won the popular vote. The only GOP victory came in 2004 when […]

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