sandra fluke on Townhall

Ashley Pratte - Fri Oct 3

Daniel J. Mitchell - Tue Jul 15

Christine Rousselle - Mon Jun 30

"What is Hobby Lobby?" ... more

Christine Rousselle - Wed Jun 4

Going into a runoff. ... more

Daniel Doherty - Wed Feb 5

Here we go. ... more

Daniel Doherty - Fri Jan 31

Yesterday we learned that Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA) is retiring after this congressional term. ... more

Katie Pavlich - Mon Dec 2

According to a new ?Rasmussen Report, the majority of Americans oppose the contraception mandate in Obamacare. ... more

Katie Pavlich - Wed Nov 27

Infamous former Georgetown Law student and now social justice attorney Sandra Fluke is back in the news thanks to the Supreme Court agreeing to take up a case surrounding the employer contraception mandate in Obamacare. ... more

Michael Schaus - Thu Jul 25

Weiner is quoted as saying that sending lewd messages to women online was “a terrible mistake that I unfortunately returned to during a rough time in our marriage.” Really? There was a “rough time” in his marriage after his first bout of extramarital sexting? Shocker. ... more

Katie Kieffer - Mon Mar 18

President Obama and Sandra Fluke both call themselves lawyers and “reproductive rights activists” without giving you any indication that they understand the Constitution or basic biology. ... more

Emmett Tyrrell - Thu Jan 3

I wonder, as we begin 2013 and look forward to four more years of this insufferable poseur in the White House, where Sandra Fluke might be. Miss Fluke is the lady who made birth control a matter of national security, in particular her own personal supply of pills and God knows what else. ... more

Robert Knight - Tue Nov 13

“It’s the economy, stupid.” Maybe not. Mired in the worst recovery since the Great Depression, with unemployment near 8 percent, companies laying off workers over Obamacare, a $16 trillion debt and gasoline at double the 2008 price, America still re-elected Barack Obama. ... more

Victor Davis Hanson - Thu Oct 4

The American Left used to champion free expression. We were lectured -- correctly -- that the price of being repulsed by occasional crude talk and art was worth paying. Only that way could Americans ensure our daily right to criticize those with greater power and influence whom we found wrong and objectionable. ... more