Berlin Wall on Townhall

Suzanne Fields - Fri Oct 18

Michael F. Cannon - Mon Oct 1

The oped is just nutty, and emblematic of the lack of intellectual rigor among the Church of Universal Coverage members residing in both left-wing and right-wing think tanks. ... more

Paul Kengor - Fri Sep 28

“What do you think of this?” So began a phone call from Todd Starnes of FoxNews radio. Starnes asked me for a comment on a shocking story: A band at a high school near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania performed a halftime show titled, “St. Petersburg 1917,” a musical commemoration of the Bolshevik Revolution, replete with hammers and sickles, military uniforms, and red flags. ... more

Karen Lugo - Sat Oct 8

In the day of heroes, Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher and John Paul II all had a voice in defying Communism as President Reagan issued the challenge: “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” This trio of Western leaders labored for years, conspiring in the cause of freedom and inserting their agenda of liberty into every crack as Soviet Communism crumbled owing to corruption, demoralization and economic decay. ... more

Robert Knight - Wed Sep 28

Rodney King showed up at the United Nations on Sept. 20 and instructed everyone there to well, get along. ... more

Michael Brown - Mon Sep 19

Is marriage simply the union of two human beings or is it specifically the union of a man and a woman? ... more

Caroline Glick - Sat Sep 10

Ten years ago, in the shadow of the crater at Ground Zero, the smoldering Pentagon and a field of honor in Pennsylvania, America found itself at war. ... more

Ken Blackwell - Sat Sep 10

In liberals’ frenzy to elect Barack Obama in 2008, no one was quite as far out to sea as Andrew Sullivan, a respected columnist for the Atlantic website. He served up his “Daily Dish” by the plateful. ... more

Suzanne Fields - Fri Aug 12

We're all children of our histories. Some of us become victims, others reactors and rebels. Some of us just keep putting one foot in front of the other. Commemorations, celebrations and memorials become important, documenting what is, what was and what might have been. ... more

Humberto Fontova - Fri Aug 5

Given the success of Castro’s recruitment of U.S. agents of influence, the line between his propaganda apparatchiks and the blathering from the Democratic/MSM complex has always been blurred to the point of invisibility. ... more

Rachel Marsden - Tue Jul 19

"Some argue that Obama is merely a victim who was in the wrong place at the wrong time when the till ran empty." ... more

Robert Knight - Thu Jul 7

During this past July 4th weekend, Americans rightly celebrated American Exceptionalism and our hard-won freedom from European dominance. ... more

Jack Bouroudjian - Tue Jul 5

The national budget must be balanced. The public debt must be reduced; the arrogance of the authorities must be moderated and controlled. Payments to foreign governments must be reduced, if the nation doesn't want to go bankrupt. People must again learn to work, instead of living on public assistance. -Cicero ... more

Austin Bay - Wed Jun 29

What links the Arab Spring rebellions with political agitation in China and at least another five dozen simmering or emerging crises? ... more

Jackie Gingrich Cushman - Thu Mar 31

Less than a month after an assassination attempt on his life, Reagan spoke to a joint session of Congress regarding his economic plan. ... more

Armstrong Williams - Wed Mar 30

There’s a relatively new collection of essays making its way around Washington circles asking a provocative question that, I’m sure, many have acted out in their own personal lives yet never really pondered what it meant — a book entitled, "Is the Internet Changing the Way You Think?" ... more