Sean’s Visit with NewsMax
NewsMax made the bold decision to put Sean on the cover of their May issue that hit stores this week. In the article, NewsMax takes readers behind the scenes to get a sense of what it’s like to be Sean Hannity. “For those of you who know me know that I hate giving interviews, “admitted Hannity, “I don’t know why but I felt like talking when I started talking to them, this was probably the most extensive interview I’ve ever given.” Hannity continued, “A lot of people ask why I don’t talk about myself and it’s because I care a lot about the issue.” Hannity listeners are able to get a free copy of the article by visiting here.
Gary Johnson for President
In Sean’s continuing effort to inform listeners of the 2012 Presidential field, former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson was invited on the program to discuss his candidacy. “You’re more of a libertarian than a Conservative,” quizzed Hannity, “On issues involving the legalization of marijuana you’d be more on the libertarian side.” Johnson tried to defend himself by saying, “We have the highest incarceration rates of any country in the world and this is the country of liberty, freedom and personal responsibility?” Hannity shot back, “I don’t want people to get the impression that this is something you’re running and in your defense you cut over 1200 jobs in New Mexico as Governor without firing anyone and you really did do a good job.”
Larry Kudlow and Juan Williams: What’s Going On With The Economy?
Sean was joined by Larry Kudlow and Juan Williams to discuss the fate of the economy. “The most troublesome part about our situation,” explained Kudlow, “We’re seeing the destruction of the American dollar, it’s fallen over 40 percent over the last ten or eleven years, and I’m not sure when this will end.” Williams agreed with Kudlow’s message saying, “I think the larger problem certainly is the dollar and people are saying the Feds are just not being effective in what they’re trying to do to stimulate the economy and that’s why the Standards and Poors people are saying they’ve lost confidence in the White House and the Republicans in Congress. “That’s not why,” Hannity quickly interrupted, “The S&P report said structurally that the United States can control the deficit.” That’s the real situation. Standard and Poors refused to stake their reputation on the shaky ground that is the American economy and made the honest assessment that this country is in trouble. Now’s not the time to ask how much more we can borrow but rather how much more spending we can cut.
Williams regularly appears on major radio and television programs, notably National Public Radio and the Fox News Channel. He also writes for leading newspapers including The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, and has been published in magazines including The Atlantic Monthly and Time.