Judgment on Townhall

Mike Adams - Thu Nov 3

Tenure must go. And so must Professor’s unions. If you don’t agree with me then perhaps you have yet to familiarize yourself with the case of Professor Edward Larkin. This tenured psychopath will keep his job despite exposing himself in public in front of a 17-year old girl and her mother. ... more

Hadley Heath - Tue Nov 1

When the Occupy Wall Street protest began, most Americans didn’t know what to make of it. Some immediately passed judgment (“They’re just a bunch of want-to-be hippies!”), some immediately took to its defense (“They just want equality!”), but most people watched in a mix of confusion, appreciation, fear, and fascination. ... more

Byron Babione - Mon Oct 24

In New Jersey, the Township of Union Public School District has suspended a special education teacher named Vicki Knox because she sat in her own home, on her own computer, and expressed her Christian faith on her personal Facebook page. ... more

David Malpass - Sat Oct 22

Europe’s economy and banking system are large enough that the world can’t decouple from a European recession, a weaker euro, or the tail risk of a euro breakup- which would be a Lehman-equivalent negative for global growth. ... more

Caroline Glick - Fri Oct 21

Gilad Schalit is home. And that is wonderful. The terrorists Israel released in exchange for the IDF soldier held hostage by Hamas for more than five years are running around Judea, Samaria and Gaza promising to return to terror. And that is a nightmare. ... more