More Hugh Hewitt Articles

  • Don't be surprised if Mitt Romney is on the GOP primary ballot

    I have not talked with or received an email from former Massachusetts governor and 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney in months, and the last time I asked him if he was thinking about 2016 his answer was a firm "No."

  • Like Cleveland, Mitt Romney may be on a comeback

    Who will capture the momentum Cleveland is enjoying and give the closing speech in late June or mid-July as the GOP convention comes to a close?

  • Conservatives have great ideas, but House GOP leaders aren't promoting them

    It has never been a problem about the GOP having great ideas, but of being saddled with the worst party communications shop in all of modern times, an infrastructure that does not know how to transmit those ideas.

  • Anti-semitism and the shame of the PCUSA

    Prominently featured at the website of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is an "An Open Letter of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to our American Jewish Interfaith Partners" which is signed by the denomination's three senior officials and which begins: We are reaching out to you after our...

  • Al Qaeda is back in Iraq because President Obama and Hillary Clinton chose not to block them

    As al-Qaedastan takes shape, carved from parts of two countries and with ambitions far greater than the parts of Iraq and Syria it already owns, many Americans are wondering how President Obama and his pair of foreign policy gurus Hillary Clinton and John Kerry could have allowed this to happen....

  • Wanted: 118 House Republicans with the courage to elect a real leader

    "The secret to happiness is freedom. The secret to freedom is courage." Thucydides penned that 2,500 years ago, and the House Republicans should be thinking on that line -- especially this week. There are 234 Republicans in the House, who are about to elect a new leader. Are there at least...

  • Hillary Clinton's 'Hard Choices' at State Department failed every time

    "Hard Choices," former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's new memoir of her failed presidential campaign and years at State, promises to be hard going for reviewers and the general public.

From the Weekly Standard