Rachel Maddow on Townhall

Jonah Goldberg - Fri Sep 9

During the recent GOP presidential debate, MSNBC ran self-promotional commercials for itself. That's OK; all networks do it. The Hebrew philosopher Hillel's famous line "If I am not for myself, who will be for me?" applies for cable news networks, too. And given MSNBC's ratings, that wisdom is particularly poignant. ... more

Matt Barber - Tue Sep 6

There has been great gnashing of teeth in “progressive” circles of late over “Christian Dominionist Theology.” ... more

Doug Giles - Sun Jul 24

The lesson is clear, little children: If you wanna be a vile vandal but don’t want to be harangued by the media and would like to skate when you should be fined or imprisoned, you might want to consider homosexuality. ... more

Kevin McCullough - Sun Jun 19

Playing the blame game with Anthony Weiner this week became wildly popular. ... more

Kevin McCullough - Fri Jun 17

Playing the blame game with Anthony Weiner this week became wildly popular. Once the Congressman refused to stick it out any longer, punditry tried to erect a whole series of straw man reasons, both for blame or justification, arguing that Weiner was treated with a double standard. ... more

Derek Hunter - Sun Jun 12

Since my column last Sunday Congressman Anthony Weiner has confessed that he’s the one how sent the infamous “junk shot,” and an even more...”infamous” one has come to light since. There’s no point in going into the mia culpa, the pregnancy or any of the details that have been so ably covered by others, however there is one part of the scandal Id’ like to point out - the clean up. ... more

Brent Bozell - Wed May 11

As much as liberals complain about conservative "misinformation" and incivility, they never seem to find it on channels like MSNBC, and we know there are small bands of liberals that wander over there. ... more

New York - Wed May 4

At the end of her analysis, Rachel Maddow concludes that, economically, Osama bin Laden beat us. ... more

Robert Knight - Thu Mar 17

"I’m not going to lie to you, this is going to get ugly.” So predicts “Goldfish,” a Daily Kos blogger... ... more

Kevin McCullough - Sun Feb 20

On Friday morning, my television and radio shows took calls from Wisconsin citizens, most of whom lived in Madison or very near, some of whom were teachers and more than willing to go along with the Governor's modest request. ... more

Brent Bozell - Wed Jan 26

Once again, the "news" media yawned as tens of thousands of Americans clogged the streets of Washington on Jan. 24 for the annual "March for Life." ... more

Douglas MacKinnon - Thu Jan 13

Today, Giffords - an incredibly dedicated and decent public servant - lays wounded in a Arizona hospital, while six others who stood near her, were murdered. Yet, the news coverage of her wounding far eclipses the killings at Fort Hood. Why? ... more

David Stokes - Sun Jan 9

Do all those who seem to be so enamored of a so-called “Living Constitution” really want the document to live—or are they actually trying to kill it off as a relevant part of our national life? ... more

Chris Field - Fri Jan 7

Larry Elder - Thu Dec 9

The WikiLeaks de facto declassification of privileged material makes it case closed: Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction -- and intended to restart his program once the heat was off. ... more