Aliens on Townhall

John Hawkins - Tue Jun 28

The American story has never been about things coming easy. It has been about rising to the moment when the moment is hard. About rejecting panicked division for purposeful unity. About seeing a mountaintop from the deepest valley. That is why we remember that some of the most famous words ever spoken by an American came from a president who took office in a time of turmoil: “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” ... more

John Hawkins - Wed Jun 22

There's way too much fussin' and fightin' in politics, isn't there? In Rodney King's immortal words, "I just want to say, you know, can we all get along?" ... more

Bob Dane - Wed Jun 15

What was that they didn't say at the debate? In both the manner of questioning and responding, the immigration issue was not fully presented, and perhaps that’s why the nation is struggling to find meaningful solutions. ... more

Robert Knight - Tue Jun 14

Even with the demise of ACORN, a lot of people are worried about voter fraud in the upcoming 2012 presidential election. ... more

John Ransom - Fri Jun 10

The violations of law and trust that are a result of the non-enforcement of immigration laws, especially as it relates to criminal illegal aliens, pales in comparison to the violations of King George III in Parliament. Across the country, states governments are shouldering the growing financial burden of keeping criminal illegal aliens in jail in the face of hostility from the executive branch of the federal government. ... more

Austin Hill - Sun Jun 5

The United States is ordered by a “government of the people, by the people, for the people…” But in modern-day California, it’s not so obvious any longer which “people” the government is allegedly serving. ... more

Victor Davis Hanson - Thu Jun 2

"There is a vast machinery of selective liberal outrage, fueled and lubricated by the media, universities and celebrity entertainment." ... more

John Ransom - Sat May 21

It’s big, big mail-bag weekend. There’s lots of hate mail. We tackle the economy, finance, maids (but not in the same way as DSK) and home-schooling moms in plaid smocks who make us all so nervous when we fly. ... more

Victor Davis Hanson - Thu May 19

The answer, of course, is that about 70 percent of the American people consistently poll against the president's initiatives on illegal immigration. Obama simply did not want to sign an easily passable bill that would earn him further unpopularity. ... more

Michelle Malkin - Wed May 11

The public relations campaign for President Obama's latest revival of "immigration reform" makes one thing crystal clear: This is not, and never has been, about homeland security. ... more

Terry Jeffrey - Wed May 4

In a White House briefing held by conference call shortly after midnight on Monday morning, a group of unnamed "senior administration officials" described the raid in Abbottabad, Pakistan, that resulted in the death Osama bin Laden. ... more

Bay Buchanan - Thu Apr 28

One year after the passage of SB 1070, it is clear that the momentum and the people are still with Arizona. While most political observers gloated that they did not expect another state to pass the bill just a few months ago, Arizona modeled legislation passed the Georgia and Alabama legislature with the two governors of the two states indicating they will sign the legislation. ... more

Mary Grabar - Tue Mar 15

Students have been primed to engage in such protest activities as those in Wisconsin on behalf of those who hand out their grades. ... more

Larry Elder - Thu Mar 10

<P>Charlie Sheen, at least, has an excuse. But what powerful hallucinogen inhaled by the left induces the mental fantasy that makes them believe: spending nearly a trillion dollars in "stimulus" money "created or saved" 3.5 million jobs? ... more

Frank Gaffney - Mon Feb 14

To all outward appearances, the just-concluded Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) was a huge success. It was attended by a large, boisterous crowd, a substantial part of which was student-age - a promising indicator of the movement’s appeal to the coming generation. ... more

Victor Davis Hanson - Thu Feb 10

California Gov. Jerry Brown must rapidly close a $25 billion budgetary shortfall. But right now it seems almost a hopeless task since the state's disastrous budget is a symptom, not the cause, of California's much larger nightmare. ... more

Phyllis Schlafly - Tue Jan 18

It is amazing that, with unemployment unacceptably high, the Obama administration has endorsed a plan that will cost U.S. jobs and make highway driving for Americans more dangerous and less pleasant. ... more

Michelle Malkin - Wed Jan 12

There are many heroes who showed indomitable courage and grace under fire during this weekend's horrific Tucson massacre. Blowhard Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik was not one of them. ... more

Phyllis Schlafly - Tue Jan 11

It's long overdue for Congress to stop the racket of bringing pregnant women into this country to give birth, receive free medical care and then call their babies U.S. citizens entitled to all American rights and privileges plus generous handouts. ... more

Linda Chavez - Fri Jan 7

Americans abhor extremism. It is the reason our democracy has lasted for more than 200 years and why we have rejected both socialism and right-wing radicalism. ... more

Terry Jeffrey - Wed Dec 29

California's Legislative Analyst's Office assumed in its budget report that in the coming years California will continue to have a net outflow of "domestic" migrants. That was wise. ... more

Pat Buchanan - Fri Dec 17

Buried in the Oct. 30 Washington Post was a bland headline: "Report Points to Faster Recovery in Jobs for Immigrants." ... more

Bay Buchanan - Wed Dec 8

How many times have we heard the Democrats repeat the cliché “Do it for the children” as an excuse to forward the left wing agenda? ... more

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown - Sat Dec 4

To understand Washington DC, you have to first stop listening to the rhetoric, and start watching the behavior. As TV character Michael Weston aptly puts it, “Watch my actions, not my words.” Underneath all the bluster, we live in a single party country where the Republicans and Democrats are just different factions of a big-government loving elite feasting on the plunder of an enormous bureaucracy. ... more

Michelle Malkin - Fri Dec 3

Open-borders radicalism means never having to apologize for absurd self-contradiction. ... more