Parenting on Townhall

Dennis Prager - Tue Nov 12

Bill O'Reilly - Sat Nov 9

Dennis Prager - Tue Nov 5

Jackie Gingrich Cushman - Thu Oct 31

Jackie Gingrich Cushman - Thu Oct 24

When our oldest child was an infant, I talked to her nonstop. It was an ongoing monologue, a narrative of her life in progress. ... more

Jackie Gingrich Cushman - Thu Oct 24

Rebecca Hagelin - Wed Oct 16

Bill O'Reilly - Sat Aug 31

Terry Paulson - Mon Jul 29

Bruce Bialosky - Sun Jul 28

Rebecca Hagelin - Tue Jul 16

Debra J. Saunders - Thu Jul 11

Todd Starnes - Fri May 31

Marybeth Hicks - Wed Apr 24

My daughter’s smartphone buzzed when she was out of the room. I picked it up to see who was texting her and was puzzled by the message that previewed on the screen, so I read the entire exchange. What I discovered concerned me. When I talked to her about it, she turned the tables on me and said I’d invaded her privacy. The issue I discovered is important and I don’t want to lose the chance to guide her behavior, but now we’re arguing only about privacy and whether I trust her. How much privacy should I allow my daughter? ... more

Marybeth Hicks - Wed Apr 17

To: Marybeth From: Dad is Desperate for a Date ... more

Rick Santorum - Tue Apr 16

My wife, Karen, and I are blessed with seven children, including one little girl with very special needs, Bella. There are many days when we are overwhelmed or dead-tired or frustrated or all of the above. I'm sure all parents can relate. It's just part of being a parent. But like millions of Americans, we also know it's the most important job we ever will have. ... more

Kyle Olson - Wed Apr 10

As Wisconsin legislators debate expanding the state’s parental choice private school voucher program, Racine Unified Superintendent Dr. Ann Laing’s shocking comments from the last budget cycle remind us school choice is an uphill battle. ... more

Marybeth Hicks - Wed Mar 13

Mom-blogger Ursula Hennessey, writing last week at, questioned the lax supervision provided by too many parents of teens. ... more