I love talk radio; I love Fox News. If it weren’t for the arrival of their strong conservative voices, Americans would still have nothing to listen to but the one-sided news and opinions of the left-liberals who run the mainstream New York-D.C. media.
Democratic congressman Jim Moran held a community forum Tuesday to address gun violence. Breitbart.com contributor Celia Bigelow asked the lawmaker why he refuses to become pro-choice when a woman wants to defend herself. That ended the so-called conversation.
Instead of trying to hammer out a bipartisan solution with Congress Tuesday, President Obama took his sequester scare tactics to the Commonwealth of Virginia. His teleprompter was loaded with same irresponsible rhetoric that we heard exactly a week ago. Hannity put together this highlight reel to illustrate the similarity. Do not adjust your screen. This is not deja vu you're seeing.
She talked with Hannity about who's to blame if we go over the cliff.
"They're asking for everyone in the country to be turned into suspects before they have any evidence they've committed a crime."
Sarah Palin analyzes Democrats' favorable view of the word "socialism" on Hannity.
Ann Coulter claims the political polls are skewed to depress Republican voters.
Coulter discusses the topic of her new book, Mugged, and the race baiting of the Democratic Party.
“One party will tax and spend; one party won’t tax but will spend: It’s both of them,” Glenn Beck said at the 2010 Conservative Political Action Conference. “All they’re talking about is we need a big tent. We need a big tent. Can we get a bigger tent? How can we get a big tent? What is this, a circus?”
One of the highlights of my career in the conservative movement was attending a Freedom Alliance dinner with my mother. My mother wore her Navy dress uniform was able to meet Oliver North. A few weeks later, the dinner organizers sent me a photo of their meeting, personalized and signed by North.
"Bias is the wrong word."
Kasich discusses how conservative solutions have worked for Ohio and can work for Romney-Ryan.
Townhall's editor, Katie Pavlich on Hannity.
Paul Ryan talked about the campaign with Sean Hannity.
Sean Hannity speculated that a Romney/Ryan ticket would be a "dream" to some conservatives right before Paul Ryan endorsed Mitt Romney on his show.
Chairman Issa updates Hannity on the Fast and Furious investigation.
Malkin gets into a heated argument with a Hannity guest.
"This is the most divisive administration in modern American politics. Divisive by design."