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Chair in the door

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

The entire machinery of judicial nominations seems to have ground to a halt under Arlen Specter's leadership

Going wobbly

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

The political blunder surrounding the Warner Amendment

Our deep divide

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

This week's election losses prove Republican candidates cannot approach 2006 in timid fashion

Immigrant's dream

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

Supreme Court | Alito's nomination should remind immigrants that the American dream still exists

Civility now

Civility now

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

With their actions regarding Harriet Miers, it will be difficult for conservatives to object to the way nominees they favor in the future are treated

Miers mire

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

For one, she is an evangelical Christian who was willing to immerse herself as a servant leader in her theologically conservative Dallas church

Behavior modifiers

Behavior modifiers

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

In an age when political speech is closely regulated and pornographic materials not at all, the government's agenda of behavior modification seems…

Afghan founders

Afghan founders

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

Afghanistan is drawing on the early lessons of the American republic

Verdict first

Verdict first

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

Now comes a Senate committee that in the best Queen of Hearts tradition appears to have reached its verdict before the trial begins

Aftermath

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

It will be a challenge for believers not living in the three states that took the direct hit to keep the suffering of these people front and center in the…

Press campaigns

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

Media credibility won't be rebuilt as long as the imbalance of coverage continues

Deserved decline

Deserved decline

By Hugh Hewitt
Posted

Declining newspaper circulation is a rejection by the country as a whole of the opinions of the scribbling class

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