Michael Medved

Michael Medved

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

Super Tuesday wasn’t an embrace of Biden, it was a rejection of socialism

A look at the lessons from Super Tuesday, which are that the country has rejected socialism, and that money can't buy likability.
2 years ago

Blaming the billionaires

The goal of cutting down the number of American success stories is at war with prosperity, progress and the American dream itself.
2 years ago

Israel’s ‘Un-Super’ Monday

On March 3, Americans in 14 states will vote in primaries collectively known as “Super Tuesday,” but the day before, Israelis will cast ballots for the third time in less than a year and few citizens don't see anything “super” about it.
2 years ago

The big question no one asked at the Democratic debate

In the Democratic debate Wednesday, no one thought to ask the contenders if they viewed any of their rivals as outside the Democratic mainstream.
2 years ago

Louis-Dreyfus and Ferrell’s ‘Downhill’ will not leave audiences laughing

It's hard to find a character to care about in "Downhill," a very dark comedy starring Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
2 years ago

The dangers of contempt

Arthur Brooks' speech at the National Prayer Breakfast highlighted the danger of contempt in politics.
2 years ago

In Oscar surprise, white males are shut out

Big winners in the 2020 Academy Awards illustrated a possible reaction by Oscar voters to widespread criticism of white-male domination of the nominations.
2 years ago

Margot Robbie’s talent is wasted in dreary ‘Birds of Prey’

Margot Robbie is a truly wonderful talent, but I hope that she doesn't continue with this Harley Quinn "Birds of Prey" series, even though they are clearly setting up for a sequel here.
2 years ago

A serious proposal with conceptual breakthroughs

The Trump administration's Middle East peace plan has been criticized as a political stunt, but such criticism ignores support from Arab powers and real conceptual breakthroughs.
2 years ago

A warmer, more optimistic approach

President Trump’s election year State of the Union address struck a different tone from previous major speeches, well-crafted to connect with shifts in the national mood.
2 years ago

New gun laws won’t stop violent thugs

The governor blamed “gun violence” not “gang violence” for the recent shooting in Seattle, but the real problem is the catch-and-release policies for repeat offenders.
2 years ago

Last hurrah for the Boomer generation?

As the presidential campaign heats up, leaders over 70 control our politics.
2 years ago

Unfounded distrust of evangelicals has profound consequences

The Wall Street Journal/NBC survey showed only 54 percent of Americans felt “comfortable voting for a presidential candidate who is an evangelical Christian.”
2 years ago

Why the health differences between rich and poor?

One of the leftist claims that government control can eliminate inequality in healthcare doesn't stand up to a new study.
2 years ago

GOP should go after self-described Democratic ‘conservatives’

If you get a new voter to show up to vote Republican, that’s good -- but it gives you just one extra ballot. Get them to switch, and you've gained two.
2 years ago

A core difference between the two parties

A new survey from Pew Research Center shows core differences between Republicans and Democrats that go far deeper than their contrasting attitudes toward President Trump.
2 years ago

A hateful, racist response to a strike against terrorism

Kaepernick's latest eruption exposes him as an America-hating fool.
2 years ago

Refreshing alternatives to pop culture’s religion-bashing

These two superbly well-crafted films offer a refreshing, much-needed alternative to religion bashing.
2 years ago

Greta Gerwig enriches the story of ‘Little Women’, one of the year’s best

For those people who don't know the books and don't know the plots and haven't seen the previous films, "Little Women" will be a complete, thorough delight.
2 years ago

Does Obama prefer a surprise candidate to take on Trump?

President Obama might be signaling his preference for a surprise nominee emerging from a deadlocked convention, where no candidate gets a first ballot majority.
2 years ago

The Left’s urge to censor what we read– and think

An inquiry to the New York Times Magazine shows the left’s powerful urge to censor what neighbors read, or think.
2 years ago

The Left wallows in grief, despair and fears of imminent destruction

By nearly all measures, America’s better off than at the time of Trump’s election three years ago.
2 years ago

Democrats abuse power by forcing a confrontation they can’t win

The Democrats seem determined to impeach President Trump without a single Republican Congressman or Senator offering support for their reckless assault.
2 years ago

Media focus on the negative, ignoring new signs of stability

Today’s media tend to focus on alarming news, while ignoring or distorting encouraging indicators all around us.
2 years ago