Hugh Hewitt is a serious

Hugh Hewitt is a serious man with a sense of humor. He is not only the host of a great radio talk show and a reader of the Power Line, he is a student of history who cannot avoid observing that the perduring fatuities of the statesmen who brought us World War II seem to have been transplanted into the heart of the Democratic party. His outstanding column this morning, “How the ’30s shadow our times,” is a must-read.


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