Michael Medved

Michael Medved

Michael Medved is a nationally syndicated talk show host heard weekdays on KTTH from noon - 3pm.

Good news, and better news, for the GOP

Last month's special election in the 6th Congressional District of Texas brought good news, and even better news, for the GOP.
2 months ago

Medved: Our children deserve perspective, not propaganda

Conditioned by the sophistries of Critical Race Theory and the ubiquitous propaganda of The 1619 Project, millions of Americans would feel tempted to identify the United States as slavery’s most shameless beneficiary.
4 months ago

An inconvenient truth: It’s not really that close

Whenever American voters deliver a breathlessly close finish to a fiercely contested presidential race, the weary candidates inevitably squabble over recounts, lawsuits, mishandled ballots, and charges of cheating that lead to an obsessive focus on minor, innocent mistakes.
11 months ago

The GOP’s challenge: The Unspeakable ‘C-Word’

Despite encouraging news in Senate and House elections scattered across the country, the 2020 returns did little to shake the GOP’s recent status as near-perennial, popular-vote, presidential losers.
11 months ago

Election numbers make ‘faith based civil war’ less likely than before

During the four years of Donald Trump’s presidency, passionate partisans on both sides warned of the potential for a new civil war – a conflict based, at least in part, on differences in religious outlook.
11 months ago

Campaign finance reform: Washed away in a tidal wave of money

In the midst of all the sound and fury of the campaign, you may not have noticed that Democrats have entirely abandoned one of their favorite issues of the past two decades.
1 year ago

Question for Kamala: Are names ‘Lincoln’ and ‘Washington’ acceptable for schools?

San Francisco’s School Board has ordered 44 schools to settle on new names by December 18, replacing some historic figures.
1 year ago

Michael Medved backs both GOP, Dems in 2020 Voters Guide

Before you fill out your 2020 ballot, find out how KTTH's Michael Medved is voting in the 2020 election.
1 year ago

Medved: Judge Barrett’s appointment is a triumphant masterstroke

The appointment of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the United States Supreme Court counts as a masterstroke, and easily one of the best decisions of Donald Trump’s presidency.
1 year ago

Putting Trump’s diagnosis into perspective

KTTH's Michael Medved says there have been many dangerous moments for U.S. presidents in the country's history. There's an overwhelming chance that President Trump will recover from COVID-19.
1 year ago

Medved: Cooperation beats confrontation in the Middle East

No accomplishment of Trump’s turbulent term has drawn more broad-based praise than recent agreements between Israel, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates.
1 year ago

Medved: Is Democratic Supreme Court frenzy really about timing?

In their furious reaction to confirmation plans for a successor to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Democrats insist it’s all about timing.
1 year ago

The dangers of mixing screen time and snack time

The conclusions of the study might seem obvious says Michael Medved, but still convey an important message about the hours we lavish on screens.
1 year ago

No time for ‘The Devil All the Time’

Michael Medved says 'The Devil All the Time' highlights vast gaps between coastal creative elites and real denizens of the heartland.
1 year ago

Questions for the upcoming debate

Michael Medved has debate questions for President Trump and Joe Biden.
1 year ago

‘Peaceful protest’ is a contradiction in terms

There’s nothing quiet or tranquil about what’s going on today. The current demonstrations emphasize no positive goals or programs of reform, amounting only to angry expressions of unfocused rage.
1 year ago

Misguided payouts based on ancestry, not actions

To the greatest extent possible, your progress in life should reflect your own efforts, and not your family’s past.
1 year ago

A thrilling film that enriches our culture

"Greyhound," starring Tom Hanks, is that sort of old-fashioned thriller, notably enriched by state-of-the art special effects and riveting action sequences showing World War II’s Battle of the Atlantic.
1 year ago

New faces on our money?

A full page in The New York Times proposed new faces for our coins and bills -- emphasizing diversity and artistic achievement, not political leadership.
1 year ago

What if the candidates got sick?

In the volatile campaign of 2020, what new surprises could reshape the contest in its concluding stages? For instance: what if President Trump or Joe Biden -- or both of them -- were stricken with COVID-19?
1 year ago

Portraying police as an invading enemy

The poisonous notion that police are the implacable foe of all people of color, worthy of scorn and resistance, and unworthy of decent equipment, could cost innocent lives among officers of the law as well as civilians.
1 year ago

Medved: You can’t win an audience by insulting its values

The entertainment industry regularly ignores a common sense lesson: You can’t connect with a mass audience by insulting a figure they revere.  
1 year ago

Medved: Let’s debate virtues, not vices

The New York Times seizes every opportunity to impute racist motives to Donald Trump, even when reacting to positive announcements that shouldn’t be controversial.
1 year ago

Unmasking ‘shy Trump voters’

Many respondents must be fibbing - telling pollsters what they think they want to hear about Trump, Michael Medved writes.
1 year ago