Alexander Hamilton on Townhall

Paul Rondeau - Tue Oct 9

Let me commit political heresy in this presidential election year: It’s not the economy, stupid! Our first freedoms—those freedoms enumerated in the First Amendment—are being recklessly discarded by the ruling class in favor of government ideology. It seems that America’s citizenry has become so numb to outrageous political acts that even trampling our constitutional rights barely raises an eyebrow. ... more

Chuck Norris - Tue Oct 9

The third definition of "patriot" in the Oxford English Dictionary is "A person actively opposing enemy forces occupying his or her country; a member of a resistance movement, a freedom fighter. Originally used of those who opposed and fought the British in the American War of Independence." ... more

Paul Greenberg - Thu Sep 20

They go together like hot dogs and baseball games, though the combination isn't nearly as appetizing: mud and American presidential campaigns. ... more

David Harsanyi - Wed Apr 4

Anyone who's had a casual conversation with his neighbors or is cognizant of reality TV should already be petrified of democracy. ... more

Salena Zito - Sun Dec 11

As America’s first treasury secretary, Hamilton established a monetary system that still exists today, said Dr. Ronald Surmacz, a Duquesne University expert on American economic history. And he was “one of the primary authors of the Federalist Papers, the literary defense of the Constitution, and helped create parts of the Constitution.” ... more