Following the Georgia 6th district elections, in which Democrats pulled out all the stops from their massively funded campaign, Mike Gallagher spoke with William McGurn of the Wall Street Journal about the outcome of the wild election and the broader state of affairs. Robert Costa of the Washington Post was interviewed by Mark Davis about the referendum the Democrats initiated with Jon Ossoff. Gallagher interviews Gordon Chang, an expert on North Korea, on 22 year old Otto Warmbier who passed away after likely being tortured for months by the North Koreans. Dennis Prager offers his thoughts on the tragedy before interviewing David French of the National Review about California’s Prop 8, and the “transparency” the left increasingly demands at the cost of our individual liberties. Michael Medved asks John Podhoretz, writer for Commentary Magazine, about the NY Times and the stunt they pulled by associating last week’s attempted assassination of members of Congress with the Tucson shooting in 2011, where Representative Gabby Giffords and seventeen others were shot, and six were killed. Charles Krauthammer offers a very sensible approach to immigration in a contribution he made to a Prager University Video.
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