Electoral College on Townhall

Rich Galen - Fri Jul 29

The entire near solar system is begging and pleading for Washington to exercise a concept known as "bipartisanship." By "bipartisan" they mean, of course "non-partisan" as in "without regard to political party." ... more

Salena Zito - Sun Jun 26

Add redistricting as another drag on Democrats in their march to win back the U.S. House of Representatives in 2012. It’s hard to recruit new House candidates, or to fund-raise for incumbents, if you don’t know what the districts will look like. ... more

Rich Galen - Mon Apr 18

Nigeria is important to the United States because it is one of our largest oil suppliers. In fact, in January of this year it was our fourth largest supplier. ... more

Ken Blackwell - Mon Jan 10

Abraham Lincoln revered the Constitution and said that the fact that it nowhere mentioned the words slavery, slave, African, or Negro was a silent but powerful admission that the Founders were ashamed of the existence of slavery ... more

Steve Chapman - Sun Jan 9

Shortly after he was elected in 2008, Barack Obama expressed dissatisfaction at the way major college football determines a national champion -- in an antiquated, jerry-built process instead of a simple, fair one. ... more

Phyllis Schlafly - Tue Jan 4

The biggest news of 2010 was the gain of 690 state legislative seats by Republicans and their capture of both state houses in 26 states. Here are some New Year's resolutions for laws they should consider passing in 2011. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Mon Mar 9

For about as long as some of us can remember, there have been proposals around to junk the Electoral College and find some other way to elect a president of the United States. ... more