Mark Levin

Mark Levin to Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan: ‘Resign’

Cheryl K. Chumley, Washington Times

Conservative radio star Mark Levin sent a blunt rebuke Republican leadership’s way, calling on Sen. Mitch McConnell and Rep. Paul Ryan to step away from their offices and resign. It’s all about the sexual harassment charges that have surfaced on Capitol Hill — the many, many allegations and accusations that have surfaced by various female congressional members, staffers and interns against seated congressmen and staffers. Levin blames leadership for the atmosphere.

I Endorse Josh Mandel for U.S. Senator

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
If you want to meet the future of the conservative movement I invite you to meet 40-year old Josh Mandel, the current Ohio State Treasurer, and the limited government constitutional conservative choice to be Ohio’s next United States Senator, and if you are in DC Nov. 7 you can meet Josh Mandel in person.

Mark Levin Is Right Again: Rediscovering Americanism

Jeffrey Lord, The American Spectator

Rediscovering Americanism is not just an important book but a necessary book at exactly the right time. In chapter after educating chapter Mark illustrates the dangers of what can only be described as a fundamentally anti-American philosophy — and why a return to “Americanism” is vital to the very life of the country. He is nothing if not thorough in illustrating through the actions of American presidents like Woodrow Wilson just how far from American principles the country has been taken.

The Heritage of Natural Law: Mark Levin on Rediscovering Americanism

Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review

We are a deeply divided nation, and the prospect of that’s easing any time soon is dim. The solution, as Levin sees it, is for lovers of America not merely to feel patriotic fervor but to become knowledgeable of and conversant with the ideals on which it is founded. That means going to the sources.

Conservatives Want A 'No Excuses Budget' From The GOP Congress

We urge our conservative friends and readers to call their Representatives and Senators (the Capitol switchboard is 1-866-220-0044) to demand funding of the border wall in the soon-to-be-passed continuing resolution. Tell them no excuses; no border wall funding – means a no vote.

Donald and Ivanka Trump Rollout Conservative Family Care Plan

Rather than trash Trump for his family and maternity leave proposal movement conservative leaders and thinkers ought to be engaged in answering the real question that conservative voters care about: how does the movement of family values empower successful families?

Mark Levin reverses: ‘I’m gonna vote for Donald Trump’

Joe Concha, The Hill

After once declaring he could never support Donald Trump as the Republican nominee, Mark Levin changed his mind with a big announcement on his radio program Tuesday. Levin's endorsement comes five months after unequivocally stating, "I am not voting for Donald Trump. Period.”

Mark Levin slams FBI, Justice: Clinton would've been a 'slam dunk case'

Anna Giaritelli, Washington Examiner

"They found several thousand emails that were not disclosed to the FBI," Levin said on LevinTV Tuesday night. "You know what I call that? A cover up. She intended to cover up, she intended to unravel the security system that was put into place. It's worse than gross negligence. This is a slam dunk prosecution. This is a slam dunk case."

Levin on Benghazi Report: ‘I’ve Never Been a Big Trey Gowdy Fan’

Michael W. Chapman, CNS News

After two years and $7.1 million, the committee released its report on June 28. On his talk-radio show that day, conservative author and legal scholar Mark Levin said, “While people were out there touting Trey Gowdy, including talk show hosts, I’ve never been a big Trey Gowdy fan.”

Trump the Globalist

Mark Levin, Conservative Review

While Trump and his surrogates denounce free trade, proclaiming that they stand with and for America’s working men and women, they find it hard to explain away the billionaire's own practices for most of his business career. As it turns out, Trump has never shown any qualms about using foreign labor, foreign capital and even foreign-owned companies to service his personal interests and acquire wealth.

Trump supporters and the conservative media

Erick Erickson, The Resurgent

The fact that Trump supporters cannot defend their guy, but would rather cast aspersions on Glenn Beck, Mark Levin, myself and others and also come to the conclusion that the only people who could oppose Trump are bought and paid for the establishment continues to explain that Trump supporters do not really have a rational outlook on the election, but are instead driven by emotion.

Mark Levin endorses Ted Cruz for President

Conservative Review

Mark Levin on his newly launched LevinTV, announced his support for Ted Cruz, as the next president of the United States. Levin, said that Cruz supports and fights for the ‘Constitution, the Republic, individual sovereignty, separation of powers, the Bill of Rights, family, faith, a secure border, and our national security.

Mark Levin Launches Commercial Free, Uncensored Television Show

Stephen K. Bannon and Alexander Marlow, Breitbart

Conservative author and talk radio host Mark Levin will launch a subscription-based online television show, LevinTV, on March 7. According to CRTV, “LevinTV will be America’s new televised Town Hall meeting and is the next step in the evolution of digital conservative media.”

Mark Levin: Trump a ‘Radical Kook,’ ‘Close to Being 9/11 Truther’

Jeff Poor, Breitbart

Monday on his radio show, conservative talk show host Mark Levin took aim at Donald Trump for his attacks on former President George W. Bush during last Saturday night’s debate. Levin said he was no fan of Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus for his handling of the debate. However, the bulk of his criticism was aimed Trump for suggesting then-President Bush was in part to blame for the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorists attacks.

Mark Levin: ‘Agrarian National Populism’ Not Conservative

Jeff Poor, Breitbart

Wednesday on his radio show, talk show host Mark Levin dissected what he saw as the driving force behind GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s candidacy, which was described as “agrarian national populism” and said it was akin to Richard Nixon’s candidacy in 1968, not Ronald Reagan’s of 1980.

Conservative Radio to Donald Trump: Like Ted Cruz or You Lose

Betsy Woodruff, The Daily Beast

We already know Trump can do just fine without mainstream national political media, and that he can do pretty well with minimal support from the conservative blogosphere. But can he win if he loses talk radio? We may be on the cusp of finding out.

Levin: Why we don’t trust the GOP establishment

Chris Pandolfo, Conservative Review

As Levin pointed out, if Republicans want conservatives’ trust and votes, they’ll need to earn them. That starts with using budget reconciliation to fully repeal Obamacare like the GOP promised.

Mark Levin’s fantastic rant on liberty vs. GOP establishment

The Right Scoop

Mark Levin explained how the establishment types always come out and trash candidates like Ted Cruz who believe in fighting to win and always support candidates who don’t really believe in liberty. He explains our situation, as only he can, and exposes how they are the true radicals in the party.

Mark Levin vaporizes Brit Hume’s defense of Republican "leadership" in Congress

The Right Scoop

Brit Hume defended the Republican Establishment leadership in Congress, suggesting that they haven’t surrendered to Obama, but rather have just found themselves in stalemate with him. Mark Levin saw this and responded to Hume during his first hour, thoroughly unraveling his false arguments but in a polite and thoughtful way. It was fantastic.

Conservative media stars bail on Ryan

T. Becket Adams, Washington Examiner

For right-wing media stars, including radio hosts Laura Ingraham and Mark Levin and Fox News' Sean Hannity, Ryan would be a disastrous choice for speaker. To them, the chair of the House Ways and Means Committee would likely do nothing to oppose the Democratic Party's agenda on immigration and free trade.