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Mark Steyn On The Oscar Best Song Snub, The State Of The Union, And House GOP Immigration Advice

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HH: That song is Alone Yet Not Alone, which achieved a bit of Oscar history today in having been stripped from the Academy Awards’ ballot for best song in a little-seen move. The Academy’s Board of Governors met on Tuesday night to investigate allegations that have been levied against this nominee, and they stripped it. Bruce Boughton, who wrote it, had previously been nominated for his score in Silverado. Their hymnal, the lyricist, is Dennis Spiegel, was performed by Joni Eareckson Tada, a prominent quadriplegic evangelical minister. It’s like the third time in the history of the Academy this has happened, and joining me to discuss this and many other things is Columnist To the World, Mark Steyn, who actually probably is best positioned in all of the American commentariat to talk about the doings of the Academy Award. Mark, are you shocked, shocked to find that there was promotion going on inside of the Academy?

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Washington Post’s Robert Costa Previews The Potential Landmine Issues At The GOP Retreat

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HH: And not just at the Times, the Washington Post, America. A few months ago, the Washington Post picked up America’s preeminent conservative center-right reporter, Robert Costa, then of National Review, now joined at the Washington Post. You can follow him now on Twitter @CostaReports. I think this is his first radio interview since going over to the Death Star. Hello, Robert Costa, welcome, it’s great to have you on.

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Congressman Tom Price On The Military COLA Cuts And Strong Talk That There Will Be No Immigration Legislation This Year In The House

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HH: One of our favorite members of Congress is here, Congressman Tom Price. Dr. Price has been a member of the House for ten years. He’s vice chairman of the Budget Committee, widely expected to chair the Budget Committee if he is in fact not the Speaker or the majority leader of the House in two years. Congressman Price suffers from only two disabilities. He grew up in Michigan, and he attended the University of Michigan not merely undergraduate, but medical school as well. Indeed, we were on the campus at the same time. I was laboring at the law school while he was at the medical school. Sadly, he roots for the Wolverines. Dr. Price, welcome back, good to talk to you.

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Former Clinton White House Counsel Lanny Davis Struggles To List Hillary’s Achievements At State

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HH: If I ever get in serious, serious trouble, I think I’m going to try and find Lanny Davis. Now only is he a friend of my friend, Michael Medved, and a friend of my friend, Mark Gearan. He is widely regarded as one of the great spin masters of Washington, D.C. He has brand new book out called Crisis Tales: Five Rules For Coping With Crises In Business, Politics And Life. Lanny Davis, welcome back to the Hugh Hewitt Show, great to talk to you.

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