anarchy on Townhall

Jonah Goldberg - Fri Sep 27

Katie Pavlich - Mon Dec 12

John Ransom - Tue Nov 8

In part, this is because the Tea Party has always aimed at party-like activities, like victory in elections or on legislative issues, while the Occupy movement is interested in the extra-legal occupation of other people’s property and persons. Both visions reflect in my opinion, the competing visions of where each movement stands in regards to the Constitution and how it operates in the US. ... more

Debra J. Saunders - Sun Nov 6

The morning after Occupy Oakland's midweek violent protests, the take in the Bay Area was that it was a dirty, rotten shame that a few bad-egg anarchists hijacked a mostly peaceful protest and made an otherwise good cause look bad. ... more

Katie Pavlich - Mon Oct 17

Paul Kengor - Sun Oct 16

Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has a lengthy track record of jaw-dropping political statements. Among them, the lifelong Roman Catholic has been a huge disappointment to her Church on matters of unborn human life, which I’ve personally written about on many occasions. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Tue Oct 4

What's happening at the University of Arkansas is part of a national trend to dumb down the curriculum. ... more

Jeff Carter - Tue Oct 4

Ah yes, the Obama campaign team is hard at work. Occupy Wall Street would like a totalitarian government and an Obama reelection or retention by other means. That fits nicely with the Roseanne Barr statement about guillotines and re-education camps. This must be the new tone. ... more

Stewart Scott - Mon Sep 12

As the experiences of recent years in Iraq and Afghanistan have vividly illustrated, it is far easier to depose a regime than it is to govern a country. It has also proved to be very difficult to build a stable government from the remnants of a long-established dictatorial regime. ... more