At commencement ceremonies next month and early in June, speakers orating about glorious vistas for graduates will encounter worried minds.
Wow, we really need a spring break this year. Simply a week without watching the presidential contenders debate, renounce or denounce something or someone would be a welcome respite.
Ben Stein's extraordinary presentation documents how the worlds of science and academia not only crush debate on the origins of life, but also crush the careers of professors who dare to question the Darwinian hypothesis of evolution and natural selection.
The dirty little secret about Barack Obama's indictment of flyover country is that he said what liberals, including Hillary Clinton, believe.
This column isn't going to read very profound or intellectual. And I'm sure others have written before what I'm writing again now. But read on, and let's have a little fun.
On April 15th a major new study was released documenting the enormous economic cost in America caused by the breakdown of families.
In a study released this week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports record declines in the rates of teen pregnancies and abortions.
CNN’s Campbell Brown and Newsweek editor Jon Meacham questioned Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama on “issues of faith and compassion and how a president’s faith can affect us all.”
Faced with media reports about the rising tide of foreclosures, it’s understandable that many Americans feel tempted to applaud federal action.
The bad news last week for conservative Republican Rep. Mike Pence was private confirmation that his proposed law protecting journalists from runaway judges was opposed by President George W. Bush himself, not just inflexible Justice Department lawyers.
Questions about Hillary Clinton’s allegations about facing sniper fire in Bosnia and Barack Obama’s relationship with Rev. Jeremiah Wright loomed large at the Democratic presidential debate in Philadelphia Wednesday.
As a Pennsylvania voter, I’m particularly fascinated by the identity politics that I see playing out every day before my eyes.
Would the establishment of a new cabinet level “Department of Poverty” enable the government to cure, finally, the frustrations and hardships of America’s poor?
If you are a politician and you favor federal support for ethanol and other biofuels, would you kindly stop telling voters you care for the poor?
A segment of the political left seeks to transform America through immigration.
Perhaps the greatest lesson to be learned by Democrats from this week’s “bitter” brouhaha is that when you get advice about how to hook rural, white, blue-collar voters from a guy named Mudcat, you’d best listen.
GOP presidential candidate John McCain is betting his brand of “straight talk” will be more popular with moderates and independents who may be turned off by comments like those recently made by Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama.
Campus liberals are unaccustomed to hearing conservative ideas in their echo chambers, so it’s not uncommon for them to become discomforted when hearing alternative opinions.
Pope Benedict XVI is an odd man for our season. We hardly live in a religious age, or even in a time of minimal regard for concerns of the soul.
With Pope Benedict XVI visting Washington, DC this week, Townhall.com had the opportunity to talk to Patrick Reilly, president of the Cardinal Newman Society, an organization dedicated to renewing and strengthening Catholic identity at America’s 213 Catholic colleges and universities.
Recycle products. Start a compost pile. Take the bus. Turn off the lights when you leave the room.