Multiculturalism on Townhall

Cal Thomas - Thu Feb 4

Cal Thomas - Fri Dec 11

Arthur Schaper - Mon Nov 16

Walter E. Williams - Wed Feb 25

Walter E. Williams - Wed Sep 17

Thomas Sowell - Wed Apr 24

Britain's late Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said it all when she wrote that the world has "never ceased to be dangerous," but the West has "ceased to be vigilant." ... more

Thomas Sowell - Fri Mar 15

Among the many irrational ideas about racial and ethnic groups that have polarized societies over the centuries and around the world, few have been more irrational and counterproductive than the current dogmas of multiculturalism. ... more

Victor Davis Hanson - Thu Oct 4

The American Left used to champion free expression. We were lectured -- correctly -- that the price of being repulsed by occasional crude talk and art was worth paying. Only that way could Americans ensure our daily right to criticize those with greater power and influence whom we found wrong and objectionable. ... more

Emmett Tyrrell - Thu Oct 4

Autumn in New York -- that sound like the title of a song! In fact, it sounds like the first line of a song, and so it is. Autumn is a lovely time of year in many places, but for me my favorite place at this time of year is New York City. ... more

Walter E. Williams - Wed Sep 19

Many of the nation's colleges and universities have become cesspools of indoctrination, intolerance, academic dishonesty and an "enlightened" form of racism. This is a decades-old trend. In a 1991 speech, Yale President Benno Schmidt warned: "The most serious problems of freedom of expression in our society today exist on our campuses. The assumption seems to be that the purpose of education is to induce correct opinion rather than to search for wisdom and to liberate the mind." ... more

Diana West - Thu May 24

Every time I see Dutch Party for Freedom leader Geert Wilders interact with America, I am struck anew by how deeply he confounds us. We aren't used to hearing the truth, particularly about Islam, expressed by a politician -- of all people! -- who not only says what he's found to be true, but also acts on it. ... more

Ryan James Girdusky - Tue Mar 27

The seven savage killings of four Jews and three Muslims by French born Islamic radical Mohammed Merah is not only devastating for loved ones of the victims, but sad for the French nation as they confront the crisis of our time. ... more

Pat Buchanan - Fri Mar 23

As an act of pure evil it was difficult to match. After dragging the 8-year-old by her hair across a schoolyard, the killer put a 9 mm pistol to the girl's head and pulled the trigger. ... more

Cliff May - Thu Nov 10

If only we submit to "global authorities" who will produce "global governance" with "global justice" under "global rule of law." ... more

Pat Buchanan - Tue Nov 8

Friday, thousands in Moscow, giving Nazi salutes and carrying placards declaring, "Russia for the Russians!" marched through the city shouting racial slurs against peoples from the Caucasus. ... more

Pat Buchanan - Fri Oct 21

There was a time not so long ago when the nation was united on a common faith, morality, history, heroes, holidays, holy days, language and literature. Now we fight over them all. Our politics are as poisonous as they have been in our lifetimes. ... more

Pat Buchanan - Tue Oct 18

John Hope Franklin, the famed black historian at Duke University, once told the incoming freshmen, "The new America in the 21st century will be primarily non-white, a place George Washington would not recognize." ... more

Paul Greenberg - Mon Oct 17

What makes a great teacher? You might as well ask what makes a great artist. ... more

Elisabeth Meinecke - Mon Oct 3

Ryan James Girdusky - Tue Sep 27

If economic advantages are not enough to keep the richest continent in the world together, what are the chances it will keep the richest nation in the world together? ... more