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Three strikes and ...

Three strikes and ...

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

John McCain should hope that presidential politics allows every batter four strikes

Out of the mainstream

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

The third anniversary of the invasion of Iraq brought out the usual suspects to critique the war and the president. The "MSM"-mainstream media-also came under…

Charity at home

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

In 2004, U.S. charitable giving reached $249 billion

A Hollywood production

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

In 1998, California voters passed Proposition 10, which laid a tax of 50 cents a pack on cigarettes. Since then the taxes from this initiative have…

Virginia real

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

James Webb-Annapolis grad, decorated Marine, Vietnam vet-is an American every American ought to admire. He's a talented writer: Born Fighting: How the

Finishing well

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

The State of the Union speech proves once again that President Bush sets a good example for Christians

GOP three

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

Three high-profile races in 2006 feature African-Americans as the likely GOP candidate

Reality TV

Reality TV

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

The TV show 24 is fast-paced and well-acted, and almost entirely without moral ambiguity

Back to the people's court

Back to the people's court

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

The pending confirmation of Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court offers a glimmer of hope

Unfinished work

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

Iraq's future is uncertain, but those who sacrificed their lives have created a new opportunity for freedom

Market share

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

Narnia provides Christians an opportunity to reinforce their willingness to embrace movies that embrace their faith

House lawbreaker

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

Randy "Duke" Cunningham's fall from Vietnam hero to criminal carries a special sadness

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