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Biden Declares Climate “Emergency,” Prepares for Executive Action

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Townhall Review – July 23, 2022

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with economist Stephen Moore about the absurdity of electric vehicles when the electrical infrastructure can’t currently support them.

Dennis Prager talks about his concern for America if President Biden declares a “climate emergency.”

Hugh Hewitt talks with Leland Vittert, of News Nation, about the Indiana shooting and the heroic actions taken quickly by an armed citizen, preventing further loss of life.

Brandon Tatum, former police officer and new partner of the Salem Media Group, talks with John Lott, of the Crime Prevention Research Center, about the skewed media coverage of the Indiana shooting and others.

Joe Piscopo talks with Andrew McCarthy about the two-tier justice system that punishes conservatives but gives passes to the left.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Ilya Shapiro, of the Manhattan Institute, about Supreme Court cases to watch this next term.

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Mark Levin Audio Rewind – 07/21/22

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Amid Cultural Chaos, Republicans Can’t Afford To Punt On Marriage