Science on Townhall

Peter Schiff - Wed Feb 15

Paul Krugman compares the sluggish growth in Europe to the somewhat-less-sluggish growth in the US to prove that stimulus was more effective than austerity. ... more

Townhall.com Staff - Wed Feb 8

Mark W. Hendrickson - Tue Feb 7

Chances are, you’ve heard economics referred to as “the dismal science.” That unflattering description is glib and catchy; it is also 100 percent wrong. ... more

Maggie Gallagher - Fri Jan 20

In an intriguing set of empirical studies just published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, a team of social scientists led by professor Sanne Nauts shows that the mere prospect of speaking with an unknown woman reduces men's (but not women's) performance on cognitive tasks. ... more

Daniel J. Mitchell - Mon Jan 16

If there was an award for the strangest argument in favor of higher taxes, it would probably belong to a group of academics who have concluded that “progressive” tax systems make people happier. ... more

America - Thu Dec 29

"Sick shrimp don't perform as well on treadmills as healthy shrimp." Groundbreaking information. ... more

Michael Gerson - Fri Dec 16

The God particle -- really the Higgs boson -- still resists confirmation, though scientists at the Large Hadron Collider recently reported "tantalizing hints" of its existence. ... more