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Biden Faces Lawsuits Over Vaccine Mandates

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Townhall Review – November 13, 2021

Hugh Hewitt talks with Dr. Albert Mohler about the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary’s lawsuit challenging the vaccine mandate for employers.

Bob Frantz and John Lott, author of “The War on Guns,” talk about the U.S. Supreme Court weighing in on New York State’s restrictive concealed carry law.

Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with former U.S. Attorney Andrew McCarthy about the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial.

Mike Gallagher names the 13 Republicans who voted in favor of the Biden infrastructure bill, which had been on life support until it passed.

Seth Leibsohn talks with Dennis Prager about his recent bout with Covid and those who hoped he would die.

Mark Davis and Wall Street editor Kimberly Strassel discuss the awakening of conservatives in the wake of the Virginia gubernatorial election.

Dennis Prager talks about Philadelphia deciding to stop enforcing some basic laws citing racism as the reason.

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