Censorship on Townhall

Claire Healey - Tue Jun 3

China defended the June 4, 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre on the eve of its 25th anniversary, stating that it chose the right path for its people. ... more

Mark Baisley - Mon Jun 2

Jeff Crouere - Sat Apr 5

Aleksandar Kokotovic - Sun Feb 23

Cathy Reisenwitz - Mon Dec 30

Jonah Goldberg - Wed Dec 11

Alan Sears - Sat Jan 5

When a society’s laws recognizing marriage as the union of one man and one woman are changed to honor the unions of same-sex couples, it’s not just the law that changes—it’s also the society itself that changes. A top-down metamorphosis begins in which every aspect of public law changes to match the new definition of marriage. ... more

Bill Tatro - Tue Nov 20

The Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Census Bureau, and the Commerce Department have all massaged, manipulated, and stretched every economic detail made under their wing. ... more

Diana West - Fri Sep 21

What's wrong with the following Associated Press headline? "Charlie Hebdo cartoon spurs French gov't to order embassies, schools to close." ... more

Mike Adams - Wed Sep 19

The worst part about censorship is that there are college professors who are too stupid to know what it actually means, or worse, that sometimes pretend to be too stupid to know what it actually means. Censorship occurs when the government stops objectionable speech from being disseminated. It does not occur when the government refuses to actually subsidize speech that may be deemed objectionable. But sometimes professors and low-level college administrators pretend that refusal to fund government speech is censorship. ... more

Mike Adams - Mon Sep 3

Occasionally, a columnist must issue an apology for something he wrote that, while seeming correct at the time, later proved to be misguided. Today, is one of those occasions where I must take the time to write a retraction concerning a column I wrote some time ago. Although it has been roughly four years since the column appeared, I am still compelled to offer an apology. ... more