Tuesday, May 31, 2016
In Clintonworld, is everything okay as long as it’s not criminal? How does the NY Times commemorate Memorial Day on its front page? What do most people say is their biggest regret? Plus, the Ultimate Issues Hour.Listen Now »
Cited on the Show
Renowned historian Victor Davis Hanson explains why the Korean War, now almost forgotten, says so much about America and so much about the men who fought there. See it here. And then pass on to friends and family. They should know, too.
- Memorial Day Wisdom: PragerU – The Truth about the Vietnam WarMonday, May 30, 2016
- Get the Truth about HiroshimaFriday, May 27, 2016
- Sign the Petition to Support UCLA Student Who Stood Up against anti-Israel CampaignThursday, May 26, 2016
Authors & Experts
Dennis talks to Sally Pipes Sally, president and chief executive officer of the Pacific Research Institute. Her Encounter Broadside is “The Way Out of ObamaCare.”
- Horowitz — Progressive RacismThursday, May 19, 2016
- Tantaros – Tied Up in Knots: How Getting What We Wanted Made Women MiserableThursday, May 12, 2016
- Hegseth – In the Arena: Good Citizens, a Great Republic, and How One Speech Can Reinvigorate AmericaThursday, May 12, 2016
When you differ from people you admire, you have to question yourself. After all, what is the purpose of admiring people if they aren’t capable of influencing you? So, I have had to challenge my position — stated since the outset of the Republican presidential debates — that if Donald Trump wins the Republican nomination, I will vote for him over Hillary Clinton, or any Democrat for that matter. I devoted many hours of radio and many columns to criticizing Trump. His virtually assured nomination has therefore caused me grief as an American, a Republican and a conservative....
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