Uncommon Knowledge with Peter Robinson is the public affairs and policy interview show produced by The Hoover Institution at Stanford University. The show has been in continuous production for almost 20 years (first on PBS, now on the Internet) and just about everyone has stopped by at one time or another. We’re thrilled to finally make the show available to RedState readers.
To start things off, we’re happy to bring you our newest show featuring one of our most requested guests. Radio host, columnist, conductor, and best-selling author Dennis Prager discusses why evil is normal, why the left appeals to Americans, what God wants, why Islam is cannot be reformed, and his new book, Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph.
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES Look, this isn’t a political discussion. It’s an aesthetic one. I will be called petty here, but this needs to be addressed: It was ill-advised for Donald Trump to re-apply a spray tan so close to a debate where he would be standing in front of a red background. He looked like John Boehner blushing. Look at that. LOOK | Read More »
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES Inbetween a number of nasty (and at this point tiresome) exchanges between Cruz and Rubio, one guy on the stage stood calm and collected in the face of constant attacks and immature interruptions from Donald Trump. Apart from one criticism of Kasich on Medicaid expansion, Bush stayed focused on the prize, and came out the clear winner. Unlike the | Read More »
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES This was amazing. John Dickerson is supposed to be the debate moderator and instead he starts getting into a debate with Ted Cruz regarding the appointment of Supreme Court justices during an election year. Cruz rightly pointed out it’s been precedent for 80 years not to do this. Dickerson then started arguing with Cruz about when Justice Anthony Kennedy | Read More »
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES Tonight, the remaining GOP candidates will take the stage once more and debate on (hopefully) the issues that really matter. The debate comes mere hours after the news that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passed away at the age of 79 years. This will undoubtedly lead to questions about the nomination process, who they would pick to replace Scalia | Read More »