Memorial Day on Townhall

Cal Thomas - Thu May 30

Michael Schaus - Tue May 28

Memorial Day weekend has come and gone. On this last Tuesday in May we should be careful, however, to make sure the practice of honoring our fallen heroes is not relegated to only one or two weekends every year. ... more

Rich Galen - Mon May 27

Daniel Doherty - Mon May 27

Robert Morrison - Mon May 27

This is the tenth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. The media is doing a lot of retrospectives on this war. I will surely miss the reporting of Michael Kelly. ... more

Jerry Newcombe - Mon May 27

Bill Tatro - Mon May 27

Memorial Day commemorates the loss of men and women who proudly served their country. In most instances, we know when, where, and how the soldier died. What is never clear, however, is why each did what they did. What was the reason or the clarion call for them? Why did they go? ... more

John Ransom - Mon May 27

Every week I get a response from a reader of this column that goes something like this: "Mr Ransom, I really like your email column but aren't you just encouraging the liberal trolls by paying attention to them?" ... more

Daniel Doherty - Sun May 26

Jackie Gingrich Cushman - Thu May 23

John Hawkins - Tue May 29

25) "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes!" -- William Prescott at the Battle Of Bunker Hill ... more

Leah Barkoukis - Mon May 28

Paul Kengor - Mon May 28

In “The Flags at the Cemetery”, professor of political science and executive director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College—Dr. Paul Kengor—explains, “Like many Americans, Memorial Day never ceases to move me. Rivaled only by Christmas and Easter, it’s the most poignant time of the year for me, maybe because, like Christmas and Easter, it’s about life, death, and remembrance.” ... more

Dan Holler - Mon May 28

Last week, the Senate Foreign Relations committee turned the proud men and women of our military into a political football. During a hearing on the long-stalled Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST), two top Obama administration officials constantly invoked the military a reason to ratify fatally flawed treaty. ... more

Doug Giles - Mon May 28

This Memorial Day, while you are enjoying your class reunion, family get-together, outdoor barbeque, or an extra day off work, please remember all the Bernie Deghands who died serving this great country so that you can enjoy the freedoms that have been bought and paid for with real lives of real people. ... more

Salena Zito - Mon May 28

Lyle Smith sat in a wheelchair on the grounds of the national cemetery, not far from the Tomb of the Unknowns. ... more

Rich Galen - Mon May 28

[This is the 11th anniversary of this edition of Mullings which was first written for Memorial Day, 2001 - four months before 9/11. Our son, Reed, was a member of the team in charge of President George W. Bush's visit to Arlington Memorial Cemetery on that day.] ... more

Marvin Olasky - Sun May 27

"Welcome to Arlington National Cemetery, our nation's most sacred shrine. Please conduct yourselves with dignity and respect at all times." ... more

Paul Greenberg - Sun May 27

The most vivid memories aren't those carved in stone but the ones etched in the mind. Memory deepens with the years, the way a river carves through rock, slowly creating canyons, revealing old layers, unveiling pain you'd kept decently covered before, bringing it all back. ... more