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12/9/2014
RINO Hour of Power: The Death of The New Republic

A Washington media and literary institution all but expired last week when the ownership of The New Republic fired the editor in chief and long time literary editor, which led to the mass resignation of most of the senior staff.

A contributor over the years to the publication, Ron Radosh, will guest on the RINO Hour of Power to discuss TNR’s downfall. Also joining host Rick Moran will be co-host Jeff Dunn of the American Thinker.The protests against grand jury decisions in the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases will also be discussed.

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12/2/2014
RINO Hour of Power: Political Potpourri

Join us for another scintillating episode of the RINO Hour of Power with your host Rick Moran and co-host Rich Baehr of the American Thinker.

A lot is going on in Washington as the lame duck session begins to wind down. Will the GOP shut down the government over the president amnesty order? Why doesn’t anyone want the job of secretary of defense? Who will win the Louisiana runoff election on December 6?

To answer these questions, Matt Lewis, blogger at the Daily Caller will join the discussion.

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Ten Reasons Why Thanksgiving is My Favorite Holiday
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I used to spend Thanksgiving with one family member or another; flying to Washington, DC or driving to our family house in the Chicago suburbs. It was hard for all of us to get together with 10 children splashed across North America from California, to Canada, to the Midwest, and East Coast. But there were usually gatherings of 3 or 4 on of us on Thanksgiving which made for a satisfying experience.

But the last decade, that hasn’t been the case. The Chicago suburban house was sold years ago after my mother died. And usually, I was working or too involved in a project to take the time. I regret those missed opportunities — especially now that travel is physically difficult for me.

But I’m not asking anyone to feel sorry for me. The long skein of memories of Thanksgivings past are more than enough to fill me up with joy and be thankful for what I have in the here and now.

Those cherished memories led me to write of the 10 reasons why Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. I’m sure you can add a few reasons of your own.

10. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Yeah, I know. Pretty pathetic, huh? Watching a parade on TV barely beats watching golf or curling.

But over the last 50 years, I may have missed the parade 3 times. It is pure Americana — a spectacle of culture and capitalism that is absolutely irresistible. Lorne Green, who played Ben Cartwright on NBC’s long-running western Bonanza, co hosted with the irrepressible Betty White, who never failed to be awestruck by the gigantic balloons of superheroes, cartoon characters, and literary icons, manned by 50 volunteers who were sometimes lucky not go get blown away when there was a stiff breeze. Today’s hosts — mostly talent from The Today Show are engaging but lack the charm and warmth of previous hosts.

Pop stars, Broadway’s finest, and even talent from the Met would stop in front of the NBC broadcast position and lip-sync their latest hit.

And yes, I still get excited when the parade concludes with Santa and his sleigh.

9. The start of a long weekend.

When I was in school, Thanksgiving meant the longest weekend off of the year. Even as a young adult living in Washington, I was almost always able to wangle Friday after Thanksgiving off from my boss. It’s a nice break just before winter is beginning to sink his claws into you and the weather is still warm enough for outdoor activities.

Today, I’m not sure how many Americans take Friday off, but it’s a lot fewer than used to. Still, I’m sure the kids enjoy the extra time off from school.

8. The official kick-off of Christmas season

That’s a laugher considering that some retail outlets put up their Christmas decorations the day after Labor Day.

But once upon a time, before everyone knew what “Black Friday” meant, and stores were closed on Thanksgiving, part of Thanksgiving day was spent pouring over the Sears catalog. Funny thing is, we rarely picked out gifts for ourselves. We’d see something in the Big Book and say, “John would love that,” or “That would be a great one for Peggy.” Thus, we all shared in the spirit of giving.

Thanksgiving was also the day my Mother unveiled that season’s Advent Calendar, a sure sign that Christmas was just around the corner.

7. Football

There are some families that plan their entire day around the football games. A little overboard if you ask me, but when the Bears play, the entire family would be glued to the TV. The Detroit Lions have been hosting a Thanksgiving Day game since the 1930’s and the Chicago Bears have been a frequent opponent. It’s a little different when you don’t have a rooting interest in who wins, but as a means to get away from pesky cousins or annoying uncles, it was a godsend.

6. Turkey

Baked, roasted, fried, grilled — any way Turkey is prepared, it’s a special food. The smell of turkey in the oven brings the memories forward thick as prairie grass. And since it takes so long to cook, the smell serves to build your appetite for the feast to come.

My father would receive a gift from a supplier friend of a humungous 24-26 lb Turkey every Christmas and Thanksgiving. The damn bird was as big as a bear cub and barely squeezed into our old fashioned Kenmore oven. But since my mother was usually cooking for 29 people — aunts, uncles, cousins, and a few friends of the family — she always bought a 13-15 lb bird to supplement the feast as well as assure the family of open-faced hot turkey sandwiches the following night for dinner.

Overdosing on tryptophan laden Turkey was a requirement, which meant a lot of sleeping kids and adults about a half an hour after dinner was over.

5. Dressing

My mother made the best dressing of any mother in the world and you can quote me on that. Not too much sage, just the right amount of onion, sausage that wasn’t too spicy, and 3 loaves of Wonder Bread, wetted to exactly the right consistency so that when it came out of the bird, it was never too dry or too gooey.

Margie Lou Moran’s dressing was a gift from the gods, equally good hot or cold, by itself or with gravy, eaten with a fork or fingers. It never lasted more than two meals despite the mountain of dressing she made because so many of us would sneak into the fridge and grab a handful.

4. Lime Jello with Cottage Cheese and crushed pineapple

My mother would make two large molds of this stuff and watch it disappear. It may sound counterintuitive to combine jello and cottage cheese, but it worked. And the acidic snap of the pineapple went very well with the lime.

She was at a loss to explain the jello’s popularity. She once said that she probably made 1000 gallons of the stuff in her life and might have eaten three bites herself.

3. The late night turkey sandwich.

In a family of 7 growing boys, a feast at 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM meant that we were ravenous again by midnight. Hence, the tradition of the midnight turkey sandwich.

It wasn’t so much the food that made it memorable as it was standing in the kitchen with my brothers, laughing, joking, roughhousing — making strong the bonds of kinship.

Turkey on rye with sharp cheddar with a dash of horseradish sounds like a food that would give you nightmares. But it was delicious and just the thing to assuage the pangs of hunger and send you off to sleep.

2. Family dinner

In talking with others through the years of their experiences at Thanksgiving dinner, I found some remarkable similarities. There’s usually someone who holds forth, regaling the family with stories and jokes — many of them repeated year after year. Everyone laughs at the same place, making the same asides in response. It’s almost script-like in its comforting repetitiveness. A special feeling of closeness descends on those at the table. The stories, the jokes — they’re not as important as sharing love and affection with those of the same blood, or adopted by marriage.

Cheers for the cook, rasberries for the turkey carver, and a hearty toast to cement the bonds of family and fill the heart with contented joy.

1. My Mother

My mother conducted Thanksgiving dinner with the rhythm of a symphony orchestra and the efficiency of a drill sergeant. It was always an amazing performance. To get two turkeys, three pies, jello, rolls, vegetable, mashed potatoes, gravy, sweet potato casserole, and whatever else, making it to the table hot and delicious at the same time always impressed me as a miracle.

This was a time before instant dressing, ready made pie crusts, fancy salads you can buy at the grocery store, or any other time saving prepared foods we routinely use today. Everything was made from the ground up; homemade pie crusts that were so flaky it melted in your mouth. The aforementioned dressing — a food group by itself. The labor involved in preparing a feast for 25-30 blows my mind.

She’d be up at 6:00 AM, usually with the youngest on her hip or toddling around in the kitchen. There would be 12 hours of kneading, baking, mixing, roasting, peeling, and chopping with the result never in doubt. As the girls got older, they would help, but there is little doubt who was responsible for a repast that never failed to bring ooohs and ahhhs to those assembled.

For myself, Sue doesn’t like turkey but she always makes one anyway. We always have a prime rib roast to go with it — a tradition that we started 8 years ago when we got together and one that I cherish as well. And as the house fills up with the smells of Thanksgiving, I return once again to a table seen through the mists of memory with so many smiling faces — many of them gone now, but still alive and well in that place in my heart where recollection evokes feelings of love and longing.

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11/25/2014
RINO Hour of Power: The Fallout from Ferguson

The RINO Hour of Power with your host Rick Moran is back on the air this week after technical problems prevented us from broadcasting last Tuesday. I apologize for the inconvenience.

Meanwhile, Ferguson. The grand jury refused to indict Officer Darren Wilson - a very rare occurrence. Meanwhile, police departments across the country are coming under fire for the increasing number of shootings. What is the significance of the grand jury’s decision? Do black people have a point about police violence against black youth?

We’ll ask Bill Straub, Washington correspondent for PJ Media about these issues, as well as discuss the resignation of Secretary of Defense Hagel. Joining Rick in the second chair will be Oregon political consultant Jeff Kropf.

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11/18/2014
RINO Hour of Power: Gruber Fallout and the Lame Duck Session of Congress

Join us for a decidedly ungrubered episode of the RINO Hour of Power with your host Rick Moran and co-host Rich Baehr of the American Thinker.

Jonathan Gruber has done more harm to Obamacare than all Republicans combined with his boastful, arrogant comments about how a lack of transparency and deliberate lying sold the bill to Congress and the people. What will be the practical fallout of his comments?

Meanwhile, Congress will be meeting in a lame duck session that promises fireworks galore. What is Congress likely to take up and what is likely to be left for the new Congress in January? We’ll ask Bill Straub, PJ Media’s Washington correspondent.

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11/4/2014
RINO Hour of Power: Election Night Extravaganza

Join us for a special two hour edition of the RINO Hour of Power with your host Rick Moran and co-host Jazz Shaw of Hot Air.

Election day is here and RHOP is going all out to cover it. A slew of writers, pundits, and commentators will appear to help analyze results and look to the future. If Republicans control the Senate, what are their plans? Can President Obama recover?

Appearing as guests will be voting law expert J. Christian Adams, political consultant Jeff Kropf, Fausta Wertz of Fausta’s blog, and Rod Kackley and Bridget Johnson of PJ Media.

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10/28/2014
RINO Hour of Power: GOP eyes Senate majority status one week from mid terms

Join us for another scintillating episode of the RINO Hour of Power with your host Rick Moran and special co-host Doug Mataconis from Outside the Beltway.

With a week to go before the election some races are tightening for Republicans while others are looking much better. We’ll talk mid term elections and GOP prospects with Hot Air’s Noah Rothman.

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9/16/2014
RINO Hour of Power: War Drums Beating in Washington

You won’t want to miss the next martial episode of the RINO Hour of Power with your host Rick Moran and co-host Fausta Wertz of Fausta’s Blog.

Congress is set to authorize arming and training “moderate” Syrian rebels and the president is searching high and low for partners in a grand coalition to fight ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

We’ll discuss these issues and find out the latest from Capitol Hill as PJ Media Washington correspondent Bill Straub joins us.

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9/9/2014
RINO Hour of Power: Surf’s Up! GOP Wave Building?

Join us for another tubular episode of the RINO Hour of Power with your host Rick Moran.

Respected political analyst Stuart Rothenberg is going out on a limb and predicting a 7 seat gain for Republicans in the Senate. Other pundits are reporting that Democratic candidates are extremely worried about their prospects in November.

Republican chances are improving even in states where they were not expected to be competitive. Is a genuine wave building? We’ll ask guest Noah Rothman of Hot Air about various election scenarios. Also joining me will be American Thinker political correspondent Rich Baehr.

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8/5/2014
RINO Hour of Power: Political Potpourri

Important primaries in Kansas and Tennessee, the Ebola outbreak and what it might mean for the US, border security - we’ll discuss all of these topics with our guest Matt Lewis, columnist for the Daily Caller, on the RINO Hour of Power.

Joining me for the first part of the show will be Bridget Johnson, PJ Media Washington editor, for a look at some hot senate races around the country.

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