On Tuesday, NBC’s chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell took time out of her NBC Nightly News report from Switzerland on the Iranian nuclear talks to hail Secretary of State John Kerry as someone who “doesn’t give up easily” and gush that a local pizzeria in the town where the talks are being held has decided to name “a pizza after him.”
One side wants the state to conscript the religious businesswomen and men into participating in ceremonies that violate their beliefs. The other side wants to make it possible for religious people to live their own lives according to their consciences.
Mike talks with fellow host Dennis Prager. They discuss same sex marriage, the Indiana religious Protections Law, and the tactics used by the Left.
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Embattled Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is taking a second crack at trying to “clarify” the state’s new “religious freedom” law. Pence said “we’ve got a perception problem.” The Gov. has come to the conclusion that it will be helpful to move legislation this week to amend the law to make it clear that it does not give businesses the right to deny services to anyone.
Mike talks with documentary filmmaker Phelim McAleer about his upcoming play “Ferguson.” They discuss the various reactions they’ve received about the play and Mike’s involvement with it.
Congressman Luis Gutierrez (D – Illinois) has created a helpful toolkit which illegals can use in the unlikely event that anyone from ICE is rude enough to ask them any questions.
Big news for The Mike Gallagher Show: we launch in prime time in Chicago today on one of America’s great newstalk stations!
The Mike Gallagher Show can now be heard live from 9am cdt until 11am on 560 am The Answer in Chicago. We know that in Chicago radio, you have many choices, and we appreciate the fact that you give us a chance. 560 am The Answer decided there are three things that must be a part of what they do everyday. First, if news breaks, they’ll tell you about it. Second is Opinion. 560 The Answers’ hosts are never afraid to tell you what they think about the latest news. The third component that they think is important is Insight. At the end of the day, after you know what’s happening and what they think about it, you want to know what it means and why it’s important to you. They’ll tell you all of that!
This will be one of the most important projects I’ve ever been involved with: a play that tells the truth about the Ferguson shooting. How is it the truth? Because it’s word-for-word verbatim testimony from the grand jury process. You can make this a reality by donating to the campaign to fund it. And I’m honored to have been chosen to be one of the actors in this important piece. Please donate today at www.fergusontheplay.com and let’s get the truth out about this tragic event. -Mike
Mike and Chris Wallace talk about Senate Minority leader Harry Reid not running for re-election. They discuss his exercise accident and Mike’s exercise habits as well.
It’s Chris Wallace Friday. He and Mike discuss Mike’s broadcasting recognition and the recent developments surrounding the crashed Germanwings flight.
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A Colorado woman accused of cutting a 7-month-old fetus out of a stranger’s womb after luring her with an online ad for baby clothes will not be charged with murdering the fetus. “Under Colorado law, essentially, there’s no way murder charges can be brought if it’s not established that the fetus lived as a child outside the body of the mother for some period of time,” Boulder County Dist. Atty. Stan Garnett told reporters.
Megyn Kelly squared off with State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki Wednesday night. The Fox News host wanted to know if the Obama Administration still thinks Bergdahl served with “honor and distinction” as National Security Adviser Susan Rice said after he was traded for five Taliban detainees?
Mike talks with Texas Senator Ted Cruz about his Presidential candidacy. They discuss the days after his announcement, the response he’s received in Washington, and much more.
The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether young murderers who are sentenced to life in prison have a right to seek their freedom after years behind bars.