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Carly Fiorina On Thursday’s Debate

Monday, August 3, 2015  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

Carly Fiorina joined me at the start of hour two today:




HH: Joined now by Carly Fiorina, former CEO of HP, candidate for president, and friend of the program. How are you, Carly?

CF: I’m doing well, Hugh. How are you?

HH: Great. How did you enjoy the Kochtopus gathering in Southern California this weekend?

CF: Well, I’ve never heard that. That’s interesting. Well you know, the people who go to the Koch Brothers conference as well as the Koch Brothers, they are highly-educated, patriotic people of accomplishment who care greatly about the future of their nation. And so it was a great honor to address them.

HH: Did you hear what I’ve heard a lot of? A lot of people are upset with Fox that you are not on the stage Thursday night for the second debate, though you will be Thursday afternoon for the first debate. Continue Reading

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Irwin Gellman’s “The President and the Apprentice: Eisenhower and Nixon, 1952-1961″

Monday, August 3, 2015  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

Historian Irwin Gellman has a new book out on Ike and Dick: The President and the Apprentice: Eisenhower and Nixon, 1952-1961.  The lessons it offers for 2016 are many and obvious, especially when it comes to running campaigns when the GOP base is fractured, as it was in 1952.


To Destroy Church

Sunday, August 2, 2015  |  posted by John Schroeder

After Indiana, my friend David French spoke at Hillsdale and his speech was an issue of Imprimus.  One of his contentions:

Four truths are emerging: First, the battle is not between gay rights and religious liberty—although religious liberty is certainly at stake—but between the sexual revolution and Christianity itself. This means that Christians are faced not with allegedly “minor” or “insignificant” theological changes to gain leftist acceptance, but with wholesale changes to the historical doctrines of the church.

has proven to be more true than I thought imaginable and more rapidly so.

There is plenty of evidence for French’s contention, much that predates any of the recent events, but what is occurring is more in the nature of a collapse than a slow “evolution.”  In my denomination, the battle for ordination of those openly practicing homosexuality is decades old and thus looks like an evolution.  But the collapse is evident in this op-ed from The Telegraph concerning the “re-baptism” of the transgendered.

Should a “transgender” person be allowed a ceremony of “re-baptism” at their local church? That is what a parishioner requested from the Rev Chris Newlands, Vicar of Lancaster.

WOW! – just WOW!  As Christopher Howse, the author of the piece points out – these people seem to think of baptism as a naming ceremony of some sort, which reveals a gross misunderstanding of the sacrament, but there is something much deeper at play here.  It is a complete reversal of the traditional role of the church. Continue Reading

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