In Depth with Hugh Hewitt
Oct 4, 2009
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Hugh Hewitt talked about his life, career, and body of work. Topics included political campaign strategies and what the Republican Party needs to do to succeed. He responded to telephone calls and electronic .. Read More
Hugh Hewitt talked about his life, career, and body of work. Topics included political campaign strategies and what the Republican Party needs to do to succeed. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
Hugh Hewitt is host of the nationally syndicated radio talk show “The Hugh Hewitt Show.” He is also a journalist and blogger at Townhall.com and a weekly columnist for the online edition of the Weekly Standard. He is a constitutional law professor at Chapman University, and a partner in the litigation firm Hewitt & Wolensky. He is a former official in the Reagan administration and the founding director of the Nixon Presidential Library.
Hugh Hewitt is the author of: First Principles: A Primer of Ideas of the College Bound Student (1987); Searching for God in America (1996); The Embarrassed Believer (1998); In, But Not Of: A Guide to Christian Ambition (2003); If It’s Not Close, They Can’t Cheat: Crushing the Democrats in Every Election and Why Your Life Depends on It (2004); Blog: Understanding the Information Reformation That’s Changing Your World (2005); The War Against the West: Crucial Conversations with the Most Informed Experts About Our Enemies, Our Defenses, Our Strategy and Our Leaders in the Long War Against Islamist Extremism (2005); A Guide to Christian Ambition: Using Career, Politics and Culture to Influence the World (2006); Painting the Map Red (2006); A Mormon in the White House? (2007); The Fair Tax Fantasy: An Honest Look at a Very, Very Bad Idea (2009); and GOP 5.0: Republican Renewal Under President Obama (2009).