What’s The GOP Landscape Going Forward?
Sean kicked off Tuesday’s show evaluating the future of the GOP races going forward. “In Pennsylvania you have Democrat Bob Casey and you have Herb Kohl who’s going to retire in a state that just ousted Russ Feingold,” noted Hannity, “It’s going to be tough and I’ll tell you the battle for the heart and soul of America begins next week.” Last Tuesday’s results should’ve sent a clear message to Democrats that America isn’t on the same page and if they’re not respectful of the results, they’ll be doomed to repeat them in 2012.
President Obama’s Apology Tour Continues?
Sean was joined by the one and only David Horowitz to discuss President Obama’s tour overseas. “The President’s speech in Cairo back in June of 2009 said that the President needs to fight the negative stereo types of Islam,” noted Hannity, “what is your reaction to this.” Horowitz added his thoughts saying, “It’s not negative attitudes towards Islam, it’s not Christians who are blowing up mosques these days.” It’s true that tolerance should always be preached but our President needs to walk a thin line so as to encourage tolerance among everyone.
Andrew Breitbart Scandal?
Blogger Andrew Breitbart joined Sean to discuss his latest scandal surrounding ABC News’ refusal to have him covering election news last week. “Basically what happened is that ABC News invited me to be on their election night coverage,” explained Breitbart, “and then what happened is the George Soras liberal media started calling ABC News and telling them to take me off the air.” Hannity, offering his thoughts, said, “Here’s the bigger problem, and you’re just in the center of the storm, but the well funded media groups are simply monitoring conservatives and recording them so they can silence them because they don’t like what you say.” As Sean pointed out, American democracy is not designed to succeed when there isn’t a competitive marketplace of ideas.
Andrew J. Breitbart (born February 1, 1969) is an American publisher, commentator for the Washington Times, author, and an occasional guest commentator on various news programs. He may be best-known for serving as an editor for the Drudge Report website. He was a researcher for Arianna Huffington, and was employed by her as "the primary developer" of her website, the Huffington Post. He currently runs his own news aggregation site, Breitbart.com, and four other sites: breitbart.tv, Big Hollywood, Big Government, and Big Journalism.
Doug Hoffman is a product of upstate New York. The second of four children, he was raised by a single mother in Saranac Lake in the heart of the Adirondack Park. At an early age Doug started working to help his mother pay the bills. By the time he was fourteen he was pumping gas at a local service station and in his free time he’d help out the mechanics. Before he turned sixteen he had totally rebuilt a 1955 Chevrolet which was to be was to become his first car and the first example of the grit, determination, and “can do” attitude that has led Doug through life. Though he graduated near the top of his class at Saranac Regional High, his future looked bleak. He simply could not afford the cost of a college education, but local business and civic leaders believed in him and soon raised the scholarship money he needed. Over the course of his undergraduate career Doug attended North Country Community College, SUNY Canton and graduated in 1973 from SUNY Plattsburgh with a... More >