individualism on Townhall

Nick Sorrentino - Thu Jan 23

John C. Goodman - Sat Nov 23

Kurt Schlichter - Fri Oct 4

David Limbaugh - Tue Aug 6

David Stokes - Mon May 28

It was high political drama more than six decades ago—controversial and polarizing. A Harvard trained and highly ranked member of the Federal Government charged by a self-confessed former Soviet spy of being a partner in those very same nefarious enterprises. ... more

Humberto Fontova - Sun Oct 9

Guevara would clear the occupation of Wall Street in a New York nano-second. His colleagues of the time recall Che cheering the Soviet tanks slaughtering Hungarian freedom-fighters on the streets of Budapest. The youths they machine-gunned and ground under their tank treads were all “Fascists and CIA agents!” he raved. ... more Staff - Fri Oct 7

The world bid farewell to one of the greatest Americans to have graced the pages of history Wednesday evening. Apple founder and former CEO Steve Jobs passed away at 56 years old. ... more

Ken Connor - Sun Sep 25

In his seminal work, After Virtue, philosopher Alisdair MacIntyre argues that the abandonment of Aristotelian ethics lies at the heart of modern society's slide into moral decadence and decline. Having abandoned an ontological, "is-ought" conception of the world, MacIntyre maintains that society now lacks a foundational vision to guide and order itself. ... more

Ken Connor - Sun Aug 28

You have to hand it to the British… they don’t mince words. Speaking of the violent civil unrest that erupted across London in recent weeks, Prime Minister David Cameron offered a frank assessment of the motives – or lack thereof – behind the chaos ... more

Humberto Fontova - Mon Jun 27

Let's excuse our intrepid "watchdog" MSM. They're too busy rummaging through Sarah Palin's garbage to report on the actual sayings and doings by our actual Government officials. ... more

Mike Needham - Mon Jun 13

Achieving the American Dream becomes increasingly difficult when that dream is dependent upon bureaucrats and lawmakers in Washington who may or may not have your best interests at heart. ... more

Star Parker - Mon May 9

As Americans celebrate Mother’s Day 2011, I doubt many will be thinking about any connection between their Mom and budget negotiations in Washington. But there is a connection. ... more

Katie Kieffer - Mon May 2

A young man wearing a dark gray hoodie knelt down beside me in church. I couldn’t help overhearing his prayer. ... more

John Andrews - Sat Apr 23

Atlas Shrugged is not great literature, and this isn't great cinema. But as an indictment of false collectivist compassion, it works. ... more

Humberto Fontova - Thu Mar 10

Last week on his show Piers Morgan Tonight, the smitten host gushed that his impromptu guest Charlie Sheen (before his complete meltdown) was "the Che Guevara of television" and "one of life’s great characters." ... more

Mike Needham - Mon Feb 21

At critical times through our nation’s history, principled and courageous men have stood up and lead our country towards greatness. Our Founding Fathers declared their independence from Britain and created our Constitution – the greatest governing document we have ever seen. ... more

Suzanne Fields - Fri Feb 11

Democracy is more than a word. The protesting Egyptians and the watching world are learning that between the Egyptian army and the Muslim Brotherhood stand a lot to overcome. ... more

Michael Gerson - Tue Feb 8

When Nancy Mitford asked novelist Evelyn Waugh how he could behave so atrociously while claiming to be a practicing Catholic, he responded, "You have no idea how much nastier I would be if I was not a Catholic." ... more

Ken Connor - Sun Jan 23

The 50th anniversary of President Dwight D. Eisenhower's famous farewell address to the nation has prompted much discussion about the prescience of his message. ... more