Nazi Germany on Townhall

Michael Schaus - Fri Jul 25

Mark Nuckols - Fri May 9

Paul Greenberg - Wed Mar 5

Cal Thomas - Tue Aug 6

Paul Greenberg - Thu Jul 25

Terry Paulson - Mon Mar 25

Travelers sometimes stand in awe of nature's beauty or achievements in architecture or the arts. On this trip to Amsterdam, we were confronted with man's choice to do evil or to take a stand for faith and freedom. Choices often come with little warning, but they come to every man, woman, and child when liberty is attacked. ... more

Thomas Sowell - Thu Mar 14

The desire of intellectuals for some grand theory that will explain complex patterns with some solitary and simple factor has produced many ideas that do not stand up under scrutiny, but which have nevertheless had widespread acceptance -- and sometimes catastrophic consequences -- in countries around the world. ... more

Suzanne Fields - Fri Feb 15

The Germans play "gotcha" with a decidedly Teutonic skill and attitude. The latest victim is Annette Schavan, Chancellor Merkel's education minister, who resigned her position in a gathering storm of accusations that she plagiarized the doctoral dissertation she wrote 32 years ago. The title sounds particularly apt: "Person and Conscience." ... more

Larry Elder - Thu Sep 13

Maybe comparing Republicans to Nazis started with the 1964 Goldwater/Johnson presidential race. ... more

Alan Sears - Wed May 16

For good or for ill, when we hear someone talking about a “worthy life,” our minds usually equate it with a successful life. ... more

Jonah Goldberg - Fri Apr 27

With the Supreme Court taking up Arizona's "show me your papers" immigration law, we're once again thrust into a useful debate over the role of the government and the obligations of the citizen -- and non-citizen. Rather than come at it from the usual angle, I thought I'd try something different. ... more

Paul Kengor - Fri Nov 4

An extended tour of Nazi camps as a wounded POW scratching for survival wasn’t what Frank had in mind when he signed up to serve his country in World War II. He refused his parents’ wishes to stay home; they already had two sons overseas. Frank was eager to fight for the freedom his Slovakian parents had secured in America. It was the least he could do. ... more