Hugh Hewitt

Why Not an Open Convention?

A modest proposal.

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



The Royal Treatment

A network White House correspondent says that the president shouldn't criticize the media.

12:00 AM, May 19, 2005

A Selective Adherence to Tradition

Why is it that when it comes to the judiciary, some traditions matter more than others?

12:00 AM, May 12, 2005

The Blue Angels?

The U.S. Air Force Academy is targeted by secularists.

12:00 AM, May 5, 2005

Now, More Than Ever

What someone in the GOP Senate caucus needs to tell Republicans about the filibuster vote.

9:30 AM, Apr 26, 2005

In His Own Words

Looking back on Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger's historic homily.

12:00 AM, Apr 21, 2005

Lead the Way

Senate Republicans may not understand the true stakes in the coming judicial showdown.

12:00 AM, Apr 14, 2005

Criticizing John Paul II

Yet another thing the mainstream press doesn't understand about the Catholic Church.

12:00 AM, Apr 6, 2005

Hating the "Religious Right"

Should people of faith also be allowed a say in the law-making process?

11:00 PM, Mar 30, 2005

Runaway Judiciary

Congress is allowed to "intervene and guide or control the exercise of the courts' discretion"--except when it comes to Terri Schiavo.

9:00 PM, Mar 23, 2005

Let Us Now Praise Claudia Rosett

She deserves a Pulitzer Prize (or six).

11:00 PM, Mar 16, 2005

Seeing the Good in North Korea

The Los Angeles Times looks at North Korea, without rancor.

11:00 PM, Mar 10, 2005

Byrd Droppings

Have the Democrats already lost the filibuster fight?

11:00 PM, Mar 3, 2005

Fides et Internetum

Pope John Paul II takes on media, Old and New.

11:00 PM, Feb 23, 2005

Gentleman Jockeys Win the Derby

A look at the credentials of the amatuer journalists whom the grown-ups at the Wall Street Journal so disdain.

11:00 PM, Feb 16, 2005

The Blogs Beat the Bigs Again

How often does this happen?

11:18 PM, Feb 9, 2005

Media Notes

Two incidents highlight the mainstream media's defects and biases.

11:00 PM, Feb 2, 2005

Big Media's 40 Days and 40 Nights

Like Noah's flood, the blogosphere is changing everything about the flow of news and information.

11:00 PM, Jan 25, 2005

Open Memo to Les Moonves

Advice on where CBS should go from here.

11:00 PM, Jan 19, 2005

A Cover-Up Is a Cover-Up

Like other powerful institutions confronted by scandal, CBS News is still fighting real reform. And still refusing to admit they have a problem.

11:00 PM, Jan 12, 2005

Who's Stingy Now?

The United Nations fritters away money while the American military steps in to help the hopeless in southeast Asia.

11:00 PM, Jan 6, 2005

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