elderly on Townhall

Jeff Jacoby - Mon Oct 6

John C. Goodman - Sat Aug 23

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. - Mon Apr 7

Jackie Gingrich Cushman - Thu Feb 20

Tom Purcell - Tue Jan 28

Bill Murchison - Tue Jan 7

Rebecca Hagelin - Tue Oct 22

Christine Rousselle - Mon Sep 23

While only four U.S. states have legalized physician-assisted suicide, Quebec, our neighbor to the north, is currently debating a radical bill that would mandate every institution in the province offer and provide “end-of-life care.” ... more

Tom Purcell - Tue Jul 30

Linda Chavez - Fri May 31

Michael Barone - Mon Feb 4

Our major public policies are based on the assumption that America will continue to enjoy growth. Economic growth and population growth. ... more

Ken Connor - Wed Jan 2

This week, blogger Wesley J. Smith directed his readers' attention to an article on Salon.com written by Lillian B. Rubin. Eighty-eight years old and in failing health, Rubin speculates about our society's fear of death, the taboo surrounding elder suicide, and her own struggles with "ambivalence" about taking her own life. ... more

Jacob Sullum - Wed Dec 12

Last Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed for the first time to take on the issue of gay marriage. No matter how it rules in the two cases it will hear next spring, polling data suggest it is only a matter of time before legal recognition of same-sex unions is the norm throughout the country. ... more

Mike Adams - Fri Apr 27

One afternoon I stopped by the bank to make a few deposits. I was in a rush and needed to get in and out as soon as possible. I had places to go and things I had to do. ... more