Gender Gap on Townhall

Cortney O'Brien - Sat Apr 12

More hypocrisy from the stellar Wendy Davis campaign. ... more

Cortney O'Brien - Thu Feb 27

Gloria Steinem appears on the Reid Report to discuss a "flat lining" economic environment for women. ... more

Betsy McCaughey - Thu Feb 6

Christine Rousselle - Sat Dec 28

Clearly, a pressing issue at the moment, the Labour MP says more girl trains on Thomas the Tank Engine would encourage girls to drive trains for a living. ... more

Nicole Bailey - Thu Nov 7

A recent report showed America trailing far behind many European countries in gender equality, and pressure is mounting on the US to "catch up." Meanwhile in Sweden, feminists have secured a gender neutral pronoun and the implementation of the Bechdel Test, a system that rates movies based on the roles and interactions of only the female characters. ... more

Jackie Gingrich Cushman - Thu Nov 7

Nicole Bailey - Mon Oct 28

A new study released over the weekend reaffirmed Iceland's place as the best for gender equality in the world, while the US moved down from #22 to #23. ... more

John C. Goodman - Sat Sep 1

During the Republican Convention, Democrats took every available moment of air time to count the women's vote. "Republicans are anti-women," they chanted. ... more

Charlotte Hays - Tue Apr 24

A chorus of right-thinking columnists is emerging to advise the Romney campaign that it’s time to get back to the real issues. Don’t get bogged down in these imaginary gender issues, they urge. ... more

John C. Goodman - Sat Apr 21

Female voters under age 50 favor Barack Obama over Mitt Romney by a margin of two to one in battleground states. ... more

Phyllis Schlafly - Tue Sep 6

Yes, Virginia, there is a gender gap. In fact, there are two gender gaps: one bad and one good. ... more

Cliff Ennico - Tue Sep 6

Back in the 1960s, one of R&B superstar James Brown's biggest hits was a song titled "It's a Man's World." If he were alive today, he would be singing a different tune -- probably the old Calypso song "Man Smart, Woman Smarter." ... more

Salena Zito - Sun May 22

Women have had an impact in the voting booth since Lydia Taft cast a ballot in Uxbridge, Mass., on whether the town should spend money on troops in the French and Indian War. ... more