Leadership on Townhall

Michael Brown - Tue Sep 3

Hugh Hewitt - Thu Apr 18

Carnage in Boston, ricin in Congress and devastation in West, Texas make this the worst week in years for the U.S. That the parents of some of the victims of Newtown were disappointed in the Senate yesterday adds to the gloom, and the president’s unbelievable timing for his fit of pique Wednesday added to the sense that the country is, genuinely, leaderless. ... more

Cliff May - Thu Apr 11

North Korea may be an economic basket case with a GDP that is less than half that of Ethiopia, and with much of the population malnourished and lacking even an electric light to turn on when darkness falls. Most North Koreans enjoy no freedoms or human rights, and an estimated 200,000 are confined to concentration camps. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Thu Apr 11

Books will be, and already have been, devoted to the changes Margaret Thatcher wrought not only in Britain but in the world. She was a revolutionary leader, or would counterrevolutionary be the better term? ... more

Night Watch - Sat Mar 16

It would be a grave mistake to conclude that there is fundamental disagreement about strategic priorities and goals, which are always reached collectively. ... more