Citizens United on Townhall

Christine Rousselle - Wed Apr 15

What people do in the name of campaign finance reform .... ... more

Christine Rousselle - Tue Feb 17

Free speech award. ... more

Michelle Malkin - Fri Oct 17

Ken Blackwell - Thu Dec 5

Shawn Mitchell - Mon Jul 8

Washington, DC - Fri Sep 21

Rep. Pelosi (D-CA): "Amend the Constitution to overturn "Citizens United." It must be done. It must be done." ... more

Paul Greenberg - Wed Dec 21

Power is no sure guide to greatness. Or even survival. Quite the contrary. Tyrants can be powerful, yet the powerless can make them tremble. ... more

Ed Feulner - Fri Nov 4

President Obama recently compared the Tea Party to the Occupy Wall Street protests, telling ABC News’ Jake Tapper, “in some ways they’re not that different.” We beg to differ. The Tea Party and the protestors are almost exact opposites. ... more

Hadley Heath - Tue Nov 1

When the Occupy Wall Street protest began, most Americans didn’t know what to make of it. Some immediately passed judgment (“They’re just a bunch of want-to-be hippies!”), some immediately took to its defense (“They just want equality!”), but most people watched in a mix of confusion, appreciation, fear, and fascination. ... more

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown - Mon Oct 31

Twenty years ago this month Clarence Thomas was sworn in as an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. The battle to confirm him was vicious, and Floyd had a front row seat. ... more

Ralph Benko - Sun Oct 9

The last thing the incumbents in Congress will do is to change the rules in a way that might level the playing field between themselves and challengers, leading to an almost 100% reelection rate even though Congress, as a body, suffers from a pathetic 11% approval rating. Therefore, Lessig is proposing to call an Article V convention to end run the Congress. So is Olafson in his effort to take away Congress’s credit cards. ... more

Hugh Hewitt - Fri Sep 16

It isn't legal elites and the law school academy that the Supreme Court needs to hear from more often, or appear before on a more regular occasion. It is the people who are affected by their decisions that they ought to be speaking directly to, answering the objections as best they can while avoiding the controversies that will soon be upon them. ... more

David Limbaugh - Tue Mar 8

The Alinskyite left is not content with cramming its legislative agenda down the American people's throats. Next stop: the Supreme Court. ... more

Debra J. Saunders - Thu Feb 3

Forget all that talk about bipartisan civility. ... more

Jacob Sullum - Wed Dec 29

The Obama administration's refusal to acknowledge that coercion begets coercion when the government meddles in the health care market was one of the year's most memorable examples of blame shifting. Here are a few more. ... more