Partisanship on Townhall

Matt Vespa - Fri Apr 24

The process is fragile though... ... more

Kevin Glass - Fri Oct 31

There's a saying you might have heard that goes something like this: liberals think conservatives are evil, but conservatives think liberals are just wrong. ... more

Michael Schaus - Mon Aug 18

Kevin Glass - Thu Jun 12

A fascinating new poll out today from the Pew Research Center reports on how they've tracked Americans' beliefs on political issues over time. ... more

Nicole Bailey - Fri Nov 22

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker criticized the partisan climate in Washington and distinguished proper checks and balances from today's gridlock. He said, "If you want to get big bold reform done ... you need a team to help you do that." ... more

Tom Purcell - Wed Nov 13

Paul Greenberg - Fri Sep 27

Jackie Gingrich Cushman - Thu Sep 26

Cal Thomas - Tue Sep 24

Rich Galen - Wed Jul 31

Michael Barone - Thu Apr 18

"More tears are shed over answered prayers," the 16th century nun St. Teresa of Avila is supposed to have said, "than over unanswered ones." ... more

Mona Charen - Tue Mar 5

There are two major parties in the United States: the party that wishes to govern and the party that wants only to campaign. ... more

Michael Medved - Wed Jan 16

Exhilarated by the record number of women elected to both the House and Senate in 2012, giddy commentators have begun suggesting that increased representation by females could cure the poisonous polarization in Washington and repair the broken institutions of our government. A more sober, comprehensive analysis, however, reveals no historical or logical basis to assume that the much heralded influx of female politicos means an automatic improvement in the dysfunctional performance of the legislative branch. ... more