Hugh Hewitt interviewed candidate Trump 15 times on his nationally syndicated show during the 2016 campaign and participated as a panelist in four primary debates. What he learned from those news-making moments, along with his service for two Republican presidents and his intimate knowledge of Washington, puts him in a perfect position to spell out how Trump and a unified GOP can transform the country and earn a lasting place in history.
"Required reading for every senator/congressman"
What's the secret to a life of happiness? In this delightful audiobook, brimming with humorous and poignant passages, radio personality Hugh Hewitt provides the answer. The starting place is generosity, he says, and there are seven gifts that are sure to improve the lives of both giver and receiver: encouragement, energy, enthusiasm, good humor, graciousness, gratitude, and patience.
Influence is not accidental. It is earned. In, But Not Of charts the course to acquiring influence over the life of a career, while remaining committed to the commands and example of Christ. Broadcast journalist and law professor Hugh Hewitt not only challenges us to become more engaged in steering the course of history through politics, law, finance, and entertainment, but he also maps out simple, effective strategies that will enable us to bring our visions of influence to pass.
"The gates of hell are falling...and here's why!"
In The Queen, Hugh Hewitt's in-depth examination of the career and accomplishments - epic failures, really - of the real Hillary Clinton will show you why - after her decades of working so hard, after surviving Bill and his antics, after losing to an upstart in 2008, submerging her boiling anger and wounded pride, and after enduring the real predations of the "vast right-wing conspiracy" that has been dogging her throughout - Hillary is on the brink of achieving it all.
Eminent presidential historian and biographer Richard Norton Smith joins Hugh Hewitt for a brisk and fascinating walk through the lives of the first 43 presidents. The perfect introduction to American history and a key fix for any presidential trivia junkie. Norton opens the door to the White House and to the essential summary of all of the Oval Office occupants.
Voters can do nothing until they have the facts, and that is what Hugh Hewitt provides in The Brief Against Obama. Hugh makes the case that Obama's has been a disastrous presidency, a fiasco in fact, and reveals the president to be a wholly unprepared and incapable-of-learning ideologue whose nearly every move has been wrong, and whose almost every decision has been ill-conceived and poorly executed. But for the SEALs' dispatch of bin Laden and the military's removal of al-Awalki and other terrorists Obama would be wholly without anything to claim as an achievement of his time in the Oval Office.
He may be the only Republican who can deny John McCain the nomination. And he may be the only Republican who can stop Hillary. He's an incredibly successful businessman and a fiscal and social conservative who managed to win the governorship in one of the staunchest Democratic states in America. But Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is also a devout Mormon. So what does that mean for the election of 2008?
"A must read for objective conservatives"
The term 'blog' is short for 'Web log', an online site with time-dated postings, maintained by one or more posters, that features links and commentary. That's the most basic definition, but it is like saying a car is a means of transportation featuring four wheels. In Blog, syndicated radio talk show host and best-selling author Hugh Hewitt helps you catch up with and get ahead of this phenomenon.
"A Deceivingly Titled Political Book"
The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books began in 1996 with a simple goal: to bring together the people who create books with the people who love to read them. The festival was an immediate success and has become the largest and most prestigious book festival in the country, attracting more than 130,000 book lovers each year.
a conversation with Hugh Hewitt, nationally syndicated radio show host and author of “The Fourth Way: The Conservative Playbook For A Lasting GOP Majority.”
We continue with Bernard-Henri Lévy, whose latest book is called “The Genius of Judaism.”
Tonight on the program, a political update with Hugh Hewitt, host of the conservative radio program “The Hugh Hewitt Show,” and Dan Balz, chief correspondent at the Washington Post.
We conclude with Natalie Portman, who is making her directorial debut in “A Tale of Love and Darkness.”