Entertainment on Townhall

Ben Shapiro - Wed Mar 12

Nicole Bailey - Fri Nov 29

Speaking at DreamWorks Animation, President Obama reaffirmed his commitment to curbing gun violence by calling on the "responsibility" of the entertainment industry. ... more

Michelle Malkin - Fri Nov 15

Victor Davis Hanson - Thu Aug 22

Brent Bozell - Fri Jul 26

Donna Wiesner Keene - Tue Jul 9

Brent Bozell - Fri Feb 8

Everyone can imagine the horror of a madman shooting up an elementary school, especially the horror of losing your six-year-old in the melee. ... more

Matt Towery - Thu Jan 31

Gomer Pyle, USMC, in his 80s, just got married to some guy from Hawaii; some player from Notre Dame had a dead virtual girlfriend who really wasn't alive; and the media are reporting that we've been out of the recession since March of 2009. Well as Gomer would have said, "Golly!" ... more

Baptist Press - Fri Jan 25

CULTURE DIGEST: Entertainment industry's violence in spotlight ... more

Mona Charen - Tue Dec 18

In the wake of past mass shootings, when the "national conversation" has focused exclusively on guns, I have argued that our appallingly inadequate mental health system was a better subject of reform. ... more

America - Sat Sep 8

With a new cast and crew, Atlas Shrugged Part II is set to release October 12, 2012. ... more

Brent Bozell - Fri Sep 7

Some hateful stereotypes never die in Hollywood. The cover of the Sept. 7 edition of Entertainment Weekly featured the 63-year-old actress Jessica Lange, smirking in a nun's black habit, holding a big, punishing cane in her hands. Lange is returning for a second season on the FX series "American Horror Story," but this time with an entirely new plot and characters. ... more

Lisa De Pasquale - Mon May 14

A few years ago I was at David Horowitz’s Restoration Weekend in Palm Beach, Florida. As a friend and I settled in for the next panel on Islamofascism, I decided to make it a little more interesting. ... more

Debra J. Saunders - Thu Apr 5

It's not until the final book of "The Hunger Games" trilogy that Katniss Everdeen learns that Panem, the name of her country in the dystopian world, comes from the Latin phrase "Panem et Circenses." The phrase "bread and circuses," her mentor tells her, comes from a Roman writer who lamented that "in return for full bellies and entertainment, his people had given up their political responsibilities and therefore their power." ... more