Culture on Townhall

Suzanne Fields - Fri Mar 22

No matter how firmly we tell women to be more like men -- to shape, stretch, discipline and work to overcome biological determinants -- biology keeps emerging as a crucial factor. Like everything else in life, it affects the less privileged women in a different, downsized way. ... more

Suzanne Fields - Fri Mar 1

Conservatives usually have a few bones to pick with Hollywood over the Academy Awards. Not content with merely opening it, Hollywood pushes the envelope, often with questionable taste and mockery of common values. ... more

Mark Davis - Fri Mar 1

For a man unknown to most of America a month ago, Dr. Ben Carson is suddenly everywhere. ... more

Marybeth Hicks - Wed Feb 27

For years, I’ve stood at the intersection of parenting and politics, trying to point out the myriad ways in which we are letting our culture change our children, only to anticipate with certain alarm the impact those changes will have on the character and spirit of our families and the communities we share. ... more

Larry Elder - Thu Feb 21

President Barack Obama said it recently in Chicago, a city on track for 600 murders this year, the equivalent of two Sandy Hooks per month. ... more

Robert Knight - Wed Feb 13

Michael Schwartz, a great man who passed this earth on Feb. 3 at age 63, was an anomaly. ... more

Emmett Tyrrell - Thu Feb 7

In the aftermath of the Super Bowl, it is perhaps salutary to take stock of professional football and to suggest a few reforms that might make the game more wholesome. ... more

Armstrong Williams - Fri Feb 1

Recently on Roland Martin's "Washington Watch" we discussed what must be President Obama's exclusive agenda to empower black America is his second term. The only advice I could share with Roland's national audience was that American Blacks must cultivate an entrepreneurial spirit independent of any president in the White house. ... more

Mona Charen - Fri Feb 1

In the days since the second Obama inauguration, I've been thinking about Kelly Clarkson and Beyonce. No, not the great lip-synching controversy, but the choice of popular entertainment for a solemn national rite. ... more

Star Parker - Mon Dec 24

Nothing strikes deeper to the heart than the loss of children. It's one more reason why the horror in Newtown, Conn., has hurt our nation so badly. ... more

Baptist Press - Fri Dec 7

FIRST-PERSON: Is the culture at war with Christmas? ... more

Katie Pavlich - Wed Dec 5

Since NBC sportscaster Bob Costas went on his halftime anti-gun rant on Sunday using words written by Fox Sports Columnist Jason Whitlock, we’ve heard a lot from the media and from uniformed commentators about America’s “gun culture.” The fact is, America actually has two gun cultures and it is important to distinguish them from one another. ... more

Ed Feulner - Sat Dec 1

Some Americans believe in the founding principle that individuals are responsible for their own well-being and will voluntarily aid those in need. ... more

Marvin Olasky - Wed Nov 28

The second book of Kings in the Old Testament is a usefully depressing history on national decline. It starts with fire coming down from heaven to convince a king, and Elijah ascending to heaven via chariots of fire. It ends with the former king of Judah taken into captivity and dependent on the ruler of Babylon, who condescends to give him an allowance. ... more

Tabitha Hale - Fri Nov 9

The war that the Republican Party lost last night was much more than a political war. It wasn’t simply lack of turn out, lack of money or a bad campaign. What was lost was a culture war. ... more

Lincoln Brown - Tue Nov 6

David Williams of the Taxpayers Protection Alliance has uncovered a history of abuse of your tax dollars to fund “environmentally responsible” projects across the globe that have done little but fatten wallets and in at lest one case has resulted in the destruction of a village. ... more

Alan Sears - Wed Oct 31

Sometimes, I wonder if Halloween is supplanting the Fourth of July as our national holiday. ... more

Robert Knight - Wed Oct 24

If you want to see what the New Normal looks like when the American Civil Liberties Union calls the shots, look no further than Cranston, Rhode Island. That city of 80,000, the third largest in the Ocean State, is at the epicenter of the ACLU’s War on the Normal. ... more

Cal Thomas - Fri Oct 12

In the early part of the 20th century, Aimee was more famous than any TV evangelist today. She combined a considerable amount of show business with an equal amount of religiosity and packed them in at her Angelus Temple in Los Angeles, which remains in operation today, long after her death. ... more

Maggie Gallagher - Thu Oct 11

This week I gave a talk at Morgan State University on gay marriage. At the end of our panel, Kieffer Mitchell, a Maryland state legislator who voted for gay marriage, said he was grateful for the civility of the panel, that he knew good people who were on both sides of the issue, even people in his own family. ... more