Happiness on Townhall

Tom Purcell - Mon Aug 11

Bob Goldman - Thu Jul 17

Rich Galen - Thu Nov 28

Tom Purcell - Tue Jul 30

Jerry Newcombe - Thu Jul 11

Ralph Benko - Wed Mar 6

Amity Shlaes, one of America’s most interesting and influential public intellectuals, has just published Coolidge, a biography of that laconic president. ... more

Kevin Glass - Thu Feb 14

Mona Charen - Fri Jan 11

I suppose I'm a bad woman -- by today's standards that is. For some reason, I take absolutely no pride in the accomplishments of women per se. I am utterly uninspired by first women astronauts or Secretaries of State. ... more

Rebecca Hagelin - Wed Apr 18

Call it the lament of the young, single woman: there are no good men left. Or if there are, where are they? ... more

John Hawkins - Tue Apr 3

Don't get me wrong. Not every conservative has a winning personality and not every liberal is a toothache in search of a mouth to inhabit. In fact, one of the single nicest people I know is a liberal (Hi, Julie Joyce!) Yet and still, it's not a reach to say that most liberals, especially the ones that are politically active, are just generally difficult to get along with. ... more

Dennis Prager - Tue Mar 27

In his front-page-of-the-business-section "Economic Scene" column in The New York Times last week, Eduardo Porter wrote, "The United States does less than other rich countries to transfer income from the affluent to the less fortunate." ... more

Jonah Goldberg - Wed Mar 21

The bleating about broken government and partisanship continues. "Why can't those boobs in Washington agree on anything?" ... more

Dennis Prager - Tue Mar 13

After 25 years of lecturing on happiness, writing a book on the subject ("Happiness Is a Serious Problem") and devoting an hour of my radio show every week for the last 13 years to happiness, here are some conclusions about who is happy. ... more

John C. Goodman - Sat Feb 18

We are experiencing an ever widening cultural divide, according to Charles Murray. ... more

John Stossel - Wed Feb 8

In the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson called the pursuit of happiness an unalienable right. This was a radical idea. For most of history, most people didn't think much about pursuing happiness. They were too busy just trying to survive. ... more