March 30, 2015 by Hugh Hewitt Radio Show
03301501 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh talks with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, likely 2016 presidential candidate, and takes calls.
03271503 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh continues with the Hillsdale Dialogues, this week, talking with Dr. Larry Arnn, Hillsdale College president, and then, wraps up with Tarzana Joe, HHS poet laureate.
03271502 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh talks with Chuck Todd, NBC’s Meet The Press moderator, Brian Wesbury, First Trust chief economist, Tom Tradup, Salem Media Group vice president of news & talk programming, and Robert C. O’Brien, Arent Fox Los Angeles managing partner.
03271501 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh talks with Tim Alberta, National Journal senior political correspondent, Robert Costa, Washington Post political reporter, and Phil Boyce, Salem Media Group vice president of spoken word content.
03261504 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 4 – After a rocky start thanks to the bigfooting of Hugh, Duane gets back to covering the news and audio that makes Hugh jealous.
03261503 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh talks with Mark Steyn, Columnist to the World, Brian McGrath, Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice senior vice president, Brian Calle, Pacific Research Institute senior fellow, and Angel Aloma, Food For The Poor executive editor.
03261502 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh talks with callers, Hannah Smith Becket Fund senior counsel, and James Lileks, National Review contributor and Minneapolis Star Tribune columnist.
03261501 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh talks with Mark Steyn, Columnist to the World, Richard Botkin, Ride The Thunder executive producer, Jeff Poor, Breitbart.tv editor, and David Drucker, Washington Examiner senior political writer.
03251504 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 4 – Duane plays some of the rest of the day’s audio you need to hear, and catches you up on the latest breaking news.
03251503 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh talks with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, likely 2016 presidential candidate, Josh Kraushaar, National Journal politics editor, and Don Krichlow, ASU’s Center for Political Thought and Leadership.