Hugh Hewitt

Why Not an Open Convention?

A modest proposal.

May 5, 2014, Vol. 19, No. 32 • By HUGH HEWITT

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Seven Decades Ago

2:29 PM, Sep 5, 2013

The Media's Ancien Régime

Columbia Journalism School tries to save the old order.

Jan 30, 2006, Vol. 11, No. 19

Reporting Katrina

Why so many journalists painted an exaggerated picture of the situation in New Orleans.

12:00 AM, Sep 29, 2005

The Reporters Who Didn't Bark

There's a reason that the media hasn't asked national Democrats what they think about California's same-sex marriage bill.

9:40 AM, Sep 22, 2005

The Three C's of Blogging

What the blogosphere is doing to help in the aftermath of Katrina.

12:00 AM, Sep 8, 2005

Rebuilding the Gulf Coast, One Group at a Time

The only way to rebuild the societies battered by Katrina is for specialized groups to find one another. The internet is ready to help.

12:00 AM, Sep 2, 2005

Kiss of Death

What John McCain's endorsement of Marilyn Brewer in California's 48th District special election means for his presidential chances.

11:03 AM, Sep 1, 2005

Saving The Great Raid

It's a movie about courage and freedom and every American should see it.

12:00 AM, Aug 25, 2005

The Information Reformation

It's speeding up and conservatives are still coming out on top.

12:00 AM, Aug 18, 2005

The Air Out There

The mainstream media may be close to discovering the Air America scandal.

8:00 AM, Aug 4, 2005

Joke's on Them

Misreading John Roberts's sense of humor.

9:30 AM, Jul 28, 2005

The Presidents' Man

Why John Roberts' service in the White House Counsel's office matters.

12:00 AM, Jul 21, 2005

Breeding Stupidity

Where does the insistence that the war in Iraq is creating terrorists come from?

8:50 AM, Jul 14, 2005

The Circus Comes to Town

If Bush nominates the right candidate for the Supreme Court, Democrats could be in trouble, again.

12:00 AM, Jul 7, 2005

The Durbin Effect

His non-apology sets the table for other Democrats to slander the American military.

12:00 AM, Jun 23, 2005

Breaking the Durbin Code

What Dick Durbin said, what he really meant, and why the Senate should vote to censure him.

12:00 AM, Jun 20, 2005

Real Religious Intolerance

Archbishop Charles Chaput vs. America's "New Blacklist."

7:30 AM, Jun 16, 2005

A Tale of Two Chairmen

Why the media loves the disastrous Howard Dean and doesn't understand the greatness of Ken Mehlman.

12:00 AM, Jun 9, 2005

Tales of Two Novels

The best beach books of the summer are fictional tales of foreign affairs.

12:00 AM, Jun 2, 2005

Non-Nuclear Fallout

Winners, losers, and more: The aftermath of a sell-out.

12:00 AM, May 26, 2005

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