Atheists on Townhall

Doug Giles - Sun Dec 18

The atheists I grew up with in Texas were a tad bit pluckier than today’s lardy hagfish atheists who file lawsuits every winter when they see a child wrapped in swaddling clothes. ... more

Alan Sears - Sat Dec 10

This week’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to let stand a lower court ruling permitting the city of New York to block churches from meeting for worship services in empty public schools on weekends is profoundly troubling. ... more

Lincoln Brown - Thu Nov 10

At issue: whether or not memorial crosses can remain along Utah’s roadways. The crosses mark the places where Utah Highway Patrol Troopers sacrificed their lives in the line of duty. ... more

Katie Kieffer - Mon Oct 17

I believe in one God, the creator of the universe. I believe that renouncing capitalism is irrational and that to deny reason is to deny the existence of God. ... more

Robert Knight - Thu Sep 8

The modern day faith in Science makes the most fanatical fundamentalist look indifferent by comparison. ... more

Michael Medved - Wed Sep 7

Do religious conservatives operate far outside the American mainstream and represent a serious threat to our pluralistic democracy? ... more

Paul Greenberg - Thu Aug 25

It was a small victory, but in a great cause: freedom of speech. And any victory in such a cause should be noted. And celebrated. ... more

Mike Adams - Mon Aug 15

I’d like to say that it ‘isn’t easy being me.” But actually it is. The campus left keeps handing me more material to write about in my weekly column. The endless supply of column-worthy madness is fueled by the endless degree of hypocrisy in the name of campus diversity. ... more

Mike Adams - Mon Aug 1

So, in a nutshell, I think it’s time for American Atheists to start carrying their own crosses. And they should do it without the help of American judges. ... more

Michael Brown - Thu Jul 28

On the heels of the tragic massacre in Norway, the internet and media have been abuzz with warnings about the potential threat of “Christian extremists.” Typical is an article from domestic terrorism expert Daryl Johnson entitled, “Christian Extremism from Timothy McVeigh to Anders Breivik.” ... more

Janet M. LaRue - Fri Jun 24

Consider Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, who’s blown through nearly $2 trillion taxpayer dollars trying to fix the economy. He admitted Wednesday that he’s clueless about why the economy has a “soft patch,” and insists that Congress increase the debt ceiling. ... more

Frank Turek - Sun Apr 24

‘If God stopped all evil, he might start with you . . . and me because we both do evil every day.’ To end evil on earth God would have to take away our free will. But if he takes away our free will, he takes away our ability to love as well. ... more

Marvin Olasky - Tue Apr 5

A doctor tells a patient that she has three months to live. She asks, "Is there anything I can do?" He replies, "Yes, marry a tax accountant." She is surprised: "How will that cure me?" The doctor says, "It won't, but it will make those three months seem like an eternity." ... more

Steve Chapman - Sun Mar 13

Newt Gingrich has a lot going for him if he decides to run for president -- a famous name, a record of accomplishment, a knack for raising money and a rhetorical flair that appeals to his party's conservative base. It's almost enough to make you forget his central handicap, which is that he is Newt Gingrich. ... more

Mike Adams - Mon Feb 7

An atheist reader has asked that I devote a column to explaining what he sees as my contempt for atheists. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Wed Jan 26

I see by the Letters column that I'm in trouble with readers again, but when am I not? Which is fair enough. More than fair, since I signed up for criticism when I became a newspaper columnist. ... more

Robert Knight - Sun Dec 26

"In the beginning, the devil created.…" Wait a minute. That’s not how the Bible begins. ... more

Janet M. LaRue - Sat Dec 25

Two thousand years ago, wise men came from the East bearing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh to honor Christ’s birth. A beautiful new Christmas song asks, “Where’s the Line to See Jesus?” ... more

Armstrong Williams - Tue Dec 21

One of the most effective ways to overturn a culture is not to take it on directly, but to undermine it gradually. ... more

Mike Adams - Mon Nov 22

In 2000, I embarked on an intellectual journey, which would lead back to a place where I had been most happy as a child. ... more