Hugh Hewitt

Profiles in Self-absorption

Two new books paint damning pictures of administrations loyal only to themselves.

11:00 PM, Nov 25, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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Just Say "No"

Calling Governor Romney and the elected representatives of Massachusetts.

11:00 PM, Nov 19, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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What Memo?

The reason the mainstream media is downplaying the Democratic Senate Intelligence Committee memo is because it implicates mainstream journalists.

11:00 PM, Nov 12, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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The Death of Spin

Everywhere you look this fall the left's spinning is coming undone.

11:00 PM, Nov 5, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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Up In Smoke

A decade and a half of species protection planning helps bring on a species disaster in the fires of California.

11:00 PM, Oct 29, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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Who Is William Arkin?

A look at the Greenpeace activist cum L.A. Times military affairs columnist who's taking after Gen. Jerry Boykin.

12:00 AM, Oct 23, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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Defending the Indefensible

The Los Angeles Times strikes back at its critics, and gets rung up by the blogosphrere (again).

12:00 AM, Oct 16, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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Lost in Translation

Democrats think the recall revolution was about incumbents and the economy. Their reaction last night suggests they're in for a surprise in 2004.

8:07 AM, Oct 8, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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Conan the Barbarian at the Gates

What a Schwarzenegger victory will mean for the Democratic party.

8:00 AM, Oct 7, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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"Yes" on Recall, "No" on the L.A. Times

The Los Angeles Times is no longer just part of the story on recall, they're now part of the election.

12:00 AM, Oct 6, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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The National Security Gap

The real reason Democrats are crying McCarthy on questions of patriotism.

12:00 AM, Oct 2, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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When Editors Attack

A look at the different flavors of editorial sin.

12:00 AM, Sep 25, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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Putting Recall in an Uncomfortable Position

A March recall may wind up frustrating California liberal interest groups and putting Gray Davis in a sticky situation.

12:00 AM, Sep 18, 2003 • By BILL WHALEN

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House and Bubble

California's housing market has been in high gear for the last few years. What will happen to the state's already rocky economy if it tanks?

1:15 PM, Sep 4, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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Betting on the Recall

The Indian tribes haven't decided if they're going to stay, hit, or double down on the recall. But once they put their big stack on the table, it could change the picture.

12:00 AM, Aug 19, 2003 • By HUGH HEWITT

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