Fred Thompson on Townhall

Rich Galen - Mon Nov 2

Matt Vespa - Sun Nov 1

He was 73. ... more

Rich Galen - Mon Oct 31

Mitt Romney has a strong base of support in Iowa which has not abandoned him in four years. Although they don't get much press, Iowa's moderate wing is loyal and will continue to turn out. ... more

Rachel Alexander - Thu Oct 6

Ever since Al Gore won the popular vote but lost the 2000 presidential election, there has been a major push to abandon the Electoral College system. Superficially, there is a sense that the election was unfair and everyone’s vote did not count equally. ... more

Rich Galen - Wed Sep 28

This Gov. Chris Christie. Is he running? Yes, he’s running. No he is not running. Former N.J. Gov. Tom Kean says he's running. Christie's brother says he's not. ... more

Derek Hunter - Sun Aug 14

I’ve avoided commenting on the Republican candidates to this point, mostly because I suspect a lot people are like me and haven’t found their choice yet, but now that we’ve had a good discussion amongst the candidates... ... more

Cal Thomas - Tue Aug 2

"In a presidential straw poll conducted at the Western Conservative Summit Perry came in second to Herman Cain, but since the politically inexperienced Cain won't win the nomination, Perry's finish demonstrates strength among at least some conservatives." ... more

Rich Galen - Mon Jun 27

The Register, as it's known to one and all, has long been the dominant paper in Iowa, and is THE source for inside info on who's up, who's down, who's in and who's out when it comes to Presidential politics. ... more

Rich Galen - Tue Jun 14

First of all the candidates have to take back control of these debates. The sponsors' zeal to use the latest, greatest, hippest, most social media (I typed "socialist," realized that may have had a different meaning) is distracting at best. ... more

Ann Coulter - Wed May 25

Like would-be yentas trying to set you up on dates with their divorced friends, the political class is constantly trying to foist divorced candidates on the Republican Party, authoritatively assuring us that Americans don't have a problem with divorce anymore. ... more

Kevin McCullough - Tue Oct 14