smears on Townhall

Kyle Olson - Fri Feb 17

If the taxpayers of Delaware aren't startled by the following news, nothing will bother them. ... more

Kyle Olson - Mon Nov 14

I thought we taught children not to mock or make fun of others. Apparently the teachers are exempt from such lessons. ... more

Cal Thomas - Tue Nov 8

The politics of personal destruction is nothing new. It has been around from the beginning of the country when worse things were said about presidents and presidential candidates than have been alleged against Herman Cain. ... more

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown - Mon Oct 31

Twenty years ago this month Clarence Thomas was sworn in as an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. The battle to confirm him was vicious, and Floyd had a front row seat. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Thu Oct 13

The line between fact and fiction in politics can be blurry. I'm reminded of that every time I see still another strange quote of Sarah Palin's ("I can see Russia from my house!") that was actually spoken by her talented mimic, Tina Fey. ... more

John Hawkins - Tue May 31

Anyone who follows politics knows that the mainstream media has two sets of rules: one set for conservatives and another set for liberals. Conservatives spend most of their time correcting smears and trying to explain to the public what they really believe. Liberals, on the other hand, can count on the press to hide their unpopular beliefs and put the best spin possible on everything they do. ... more

David Limbaugh - Tue Mar 1

How much longer can the Democratic Party, the mainstream media and other leftists successfully maintain the ruse that intolerance, hatred and the propensity for violence mainly come from the right in this country? ... more

Michelle Malkin - Fri Feb 25

Barack Obama's new era of civility was over before it began. You wouldn't know it from reading The New York Times, watching Katie Couric or listening to the Democratic manners police. ... more

Brent Bozell - Wed Jan 12

Imagine the Saturday morning of congressional aide Mark Kimble. Kimble told of going to a Safeway for a typical meet-and-greet event with his boss, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. Kimble said he went into the store for coffee, and as he came out, Giffords was talking to a couple about Medicare and reimbursements, and federal judge John Roll had just walked up to her and shouted "Hi" -- when a gunman opened fire. ... more

Brent Bozell - Wed Dec 22

There is some very dangerous -- as in red-hot incendiary -- hatred going on, and it's being advanced by the national news media directly. ... more

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

Brent Bozell - Wed Jul 22

It's a consistent line from the left: Conservative talk radio is a cauldron of hate. ... more

Debra J. Saunders - Wed Nov 12

Whatever the intention of the anonymous leaker (or leakers) from the McCain campaign who spread nasty rumors about Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, in the end they did not so much trash the image of Caribou Barbie. ... more