Rep. French Hill (AR-02) and Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton joined me this morning to discuss opposition among conservatives to a government shutdown. Also on today's show: Bethany Mandel, co-founder of RightBooks4Kids, and Emily Seidel, CEO of Americans for Prosperity.
The gloves come off in the GOP Caucus as NY Republican Lawler tells Hugh that the moderates are ready, willing and able to work with Democrats to break the deadlock. Ben Domenech and Sarah Bedford add their commentary on the Matt Gaetz led blockade of a Republican budget.
Arthur C. Brooks leads off today's show as I play the 2nd part of a 5-part interview about his latest book, "Build The Life You Want" which he co-authored with the one and only Oprah Winfrey. Senators Tom Cotton and James Lankford join me to discuss gridlock on spending bills and the latest on the border crisis. Former Congressman Mike Rogers is running for senate in Michigan and stopped by to discuss his campaign. Also on today's program: Jim Geraghty on the Jets' demise and GOP field, and Olivia Beavers reports from the hill on the latest movements from House GOP as the shutdown looms.
Duane Patterson, producer of The Hugh Hewitt Show and TownHall.com VIP columnist, fills in for Hugh. On today's program: David Drucker, Byron York, Bethany Mandel, and part 1 of Hugh's interview with Arthur C. Brooks about his new book.
Monday night football is back. Salena Zito brings us the Yinzer Report. Hugh talks energy policy with former Ambassador Robert C. O'Brien & Neil Auerbach. Jewish Insider editor-in-chief Josh Kraushaar shares his analysis with Hugh.
Hugh runs down the headlines and the key clips from Wednesday’s presidential campaigning and talks with Mary Katharine Ham about the 911heroesrun.com, the Ohio State vs George football, and the “Kings of the North” podcast.
The Grand Old Pod is a subscription pod available, usually, only to members of the Hughniverse.com. But because Hugh, Duane and former Congressman John Campbell devoted most of the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday “Grand Old Pod” to Energy Secretary Granholm’s and NPR’s absurd EV “road-trip-that-isn’t-a-road-trip” we are combining those broadcast and making them available to everyone. Enjoy!
Today Hugh reviews the David Ignatius column from the Washington Post which has rocked the Beltway and talks with former Secretary of State Pompeo about the dangerous situation the United States faces with an infirm president.
Kyle Mills returns to discuss his final Mitch Rapp novel, Hugh covers the news on The Rundown, and Senator Tom Cotton joins Hugh to discuss this day of remembrance, the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
In an hour-long interview that ranged from the motives of prosecutors and whether he would take a deal to leave the race in exchange for the dropping of all charges, to the stability of Xi Jinping in office, the former president vows to win again and then "seek the truth" about all the charges against him.