Privacy on Townhall

Paul Greenberg - Wed Jun 12

Cal Thomas - Tue Jun 11

Pat Buchanan - Tue Jun 11

Ann-Marie Murrell - Tue Jun 11

Rich Galen - Fri Jun 7

Jonah Goldberg - Fri Jun 7

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

Steve Chapman - Thu Mar 28

The New Yorker magazine once had a cartoon showing a storefront office with the company name on the window: "None of Your Damn Business Inc." If it were publicly traded, the corporation's stock would be down this morning. ... more