Bob Woodward on Townhall

Guy Benson - Mon Sep 30

But why are Democrats smiling? ... more

Emmett Tyrrell - Thu Mar 7

I do not know about you, but to me this sequestration imbroglio is getting interesting. Last week, I wrote of my surprise that a basic untruth was being repeated over and over again by the White House, to wit, that the Republicans were responsible for the monstrosity of sequestration. ... more

Bruce Bialosky - Mon Mar 4

Not being one to jump on the current topic du jour, we could not pass up this one. The Obama Administration picks a major fight with the most famous journalist in America -- and we are not speaking about Bill O’Reilly or Ron Burgundy. It is rarely a good thing for political leaders to jump into hand-to-hand combat with the press. ... more

John Ransom - Sun Mar 3

Come on, Mr. President: Either you did or didn’t approve what people did on your behalf. As one reporter asked White House Press Jester Jay Carney: “Another longtime, respected Washington journalist... talked about his own story about how he’s received many what he called 'vulgar and abusive' emails and phone calls from White House officials. I mean, have you ever heard of anything like that?” We’re waiting. Mr. Obama. ... more

Austin Hill - Sun Mar 3

It’s difficult to imagine that he was surprised by the outcome. ... more

David Limbaugh - Fri Mar 1

It's most gratifying that people are beginning to wake up to the bullying tactics of the White House toward those in the press who occasionally stray from the government-owned media model, but this has been going on for a while. ... more

Linda Chavez - Fri Mar 1

When one of Washington's most distinguished journalists -- Bob Woodward -- accuses the White House of rewriting history, even liberals should take note. And when the White House responds by threatening him, you would think the story would become a national scandal. What makes the story even more important is that it deals with an issue that has dominated the news in recent weeks: the Draconian budget cuts that will take effect on March 1 unless a last-minute deal is reached in Congress. ... more

Guy Benson - Thu Feb 28

Washington, D.C. - Thu Feb 28

Bob Woodward isn't the only journalist to have been threatened by the White House. ... more

America - Mon Oct 15

The journalist famous for uncovering the Watergate scandal insists the Obama Administration has yet to answer questions about Libya. ... more

John Giokaris - Wed Sep 26

From its double standard on how the mainstream media has covered both campaigns, to the 2008-Democrat heavy polling models they use, to the lack of investigative reporting on the scandals associated with this administration, it has become blatantly evident that the mainstream media harbors a liberal bias, commits endless hypocrisies and will not hold this president up to the same standards it has for previous presidents. ... more

America - Mon Sep 24

The new ad uses information from Bob Woodward's book against Obama. ... more

John Hanlon - Sun Sep 23

At the National Book Festival earlier today, I spoke to Woodward about what made Obama -- who spoke out against our nation’s ruinous spending policies both before and after becoming president -- carelessly accept trillions of dollars of more debt under his watch. “The answer is politics,” Woodward said. “That’s why the book is called the price of politics.” ... more

Michael Barone - Thu Sep 13

One of the services of the Simpson-Bowles Commission was to set out a path for tax reform, with lower income tax rates and removal of many tax preferences -- or, to use the commission's term, tax expenditures. ... more

Hugh Hewitt - Thu Sep 6

Just as America prepares to hear a plea from Barack Obama for four more years, The Daily Beast arrives with a big leak of Bob Woodward's latest big book. ... more

Emmett Tyrrell - Thu Jun 14

One of my favorite controversialists is back, Bob Woodward, with his sidekick Carl Bernstein. Sunday in "The Washington Post," they wrote that Richard Nixon was more hideous than we have heretofore known. The 37th president conducted five wars while in office, according to the boys, and those do not even include his minor fracases, the Cold War against the Soviet Union and the Vietnam War. ... more