Hypocrisy on Townhall

John Hawkins - Fri Mar 30

You have to give liberalism a certain amount of credit. It doesn’t work, destroys lives, and pits people against each other, but that's not to say that there are no advantages to being a liberal. ... more

Michael Brown - Mon Mar 19

It is time to expose the hypocrisy and intolerance of GLAAD, which is really the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Disagreement (not Defamation), as I have pointed out many times before. Not only does GLAAD seek to silence or discredit opposing voices, but it also praises those who attack those voices, even in the most vulgar and crass ways. ... more

Brent Bozell - Fri Mar 16

You know it's election season when Republican candidates get angry phone calls from liberal musicians telling them not to use their old music (like "Survivor" whacking Newt Gingrich for using "Eye of the Tiger" from 1982). ... more

New York, NY - Wed Mar 14

The UN will be deciding whether or not requiring photo ID to vote is in violation of human rights. Meanwhile, some UN members still don't allow women to vote. ... more

New York, NY - Wed Mar 14

The UN will be deciding whether or not requiring photo ID to vote is in violation of human rights. Meanwhile, some UN members still don't allow women to vote. ... more

New York - Wed Feb 22

Glenn Beck talks about freedom of speech and racism as they relate to headlines surrounding Knicks star, Jeremy Lin. ... more

Crystal Wright - Fri Feb 17

Rick Santorum may be riding high in the polls of late, running neck in neck with Romney, but he’s not the Mr. Clean picture of social conservative perfection he wants everyone to believe. ... more

Ken Connor - Wed Jan 4

In case you haven't noticed yet, the battle for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination has been a highly volatile, highly unpredictable roller coaster ride. With a different candidate emerging at the top of the polls week after week, it would be folly for any of them to take their chances for granted. It is no exaggeration to suggest that each and every primary election will prove critical in the quest to amass delegates for the General Convention in August. ... more

Mike Adams - Mon Dec 26

Dear PETA: I have a neighbor who is being extremely rough with his Golden Retriever. He kicks the dog with the side of his foot whenever she is in his way. The dog weighs about 80 pounds and is not likely to be seriously harmed by the kicking. However, the dog is pregnant. Is this animal abuse? Would you recommend reporting this to the police? ... more

Michael Brown - Thu Dec 15

On December 6th, in a speech in Geneva marking international human rights day, Secretary of State Clinton called for all nations to embrace the goals of LGBT activism, declaring that “gay rights are human rights, and human rights are gay rights,” and that, “It is a violation of human rights when governments declare it illegal to be gay, or allow those who harm gay people to go unpunished.” ... more

Derek Hunter - Sun Nov 6

There’s a great 1959 movie starring Peter Sellers called “The Mouse That Roared.” It’s about the “Duchy of Grand Fenwick” and a plot to get economic aid from the United States. ... more

Mike Shedlock - Thu Nov 3

With China slowing, the US slowing, and much of the rest of Europe in widely-recognized contraction, the vaunted German export machine has a shrinking pool of able and willing buyers. ... more

Lurita Doan - Mon Oct 31

It's becoming clear: Obama thinks American voters are stupid. Anyone believing Obama's current campaign promises is either gullible or amnesia-prone. Increasingly, his campaign speeches indicate a rather pitiful and cynical hope that Americans will not remember his earlier promises nor will they recall past decisions by the Obama Administration that have failed so spectacularly. Obama’s reelection strategy seems dependent upon an ability to fool most of the people one more time. ... more

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown - Fri Oct 21

Some exciting developments in the Republican presidential race are being ignored by the media. We believe Americans will be excited when they understand the revolutionary nature of these candidate's proposals. ... more

Derek Hunter - Sun Oct 9

This week the media discovered that the smell emanating from lower Manhattan was not a broken sewer line with a hint of patchouli and marijuana but was, in fact, body odor from a left-wing protest...with a hint of patchouli and marijuana. ... more