Albert Einstein on Townhall

Paul Greenberg - Wed Feb 29

It was big news last fall. Not just nationally or internationally but for the universe. ... more

AP News - Mon Oct 17

Robert Knight - Thu Oct 13

As a school board member in Kanawha County, West Virginia in the early 1970s, Alice Moore ignited what might be considered the opening battle of America’s culture war in education. ... more

Tony Katz - Fri Sep 30

Recently, scientists at the CERN labratory stumbled upon something so simply remarkable that they had to test, double check, and retest themselves. When they realized it was happening, they opened up their findings to the world: You can go faster than the speed of light. ... more

Robert Knight - Tue Aug 30

What should we call people who hate America’s Judeo-Christian heritage, even to the point of barring clergy at a ceremony at the site of a major tragedy ... more

Rachel Marsden - Tue Jun 28

I can logically, albeit somewhat politically incorrectly, answer the question of why I'm not cut out for the manufacturing industry. But the fact that men who are fully equipped for it aren't gravitating to this wide-open job market is baffling and problematic. ... more

Lurita Doan - Mon May 9

It's déjà vu all over again. Democrats in congress have re-introduced a small business –jobs bill that has no hope of helping small business. ... more