Social Justice on Townhall

Kyle Olson - Wed Apr 25

Yesterday, reported on two events held during “Social Justice Week” at Chicago Public Schools’ Jones College Prep. One event featured a community organizer who taught students how to protest and engaged in inflammatory rhetoric against the National Rifle Association. ... more

Kyle Olson - Tue Apr 24

Jones College Prep – a Chicago Public Schools “selective enrollment” school – recently held “Social Justice Week” in March, a collection of events geared towards turning students into activists. See the schedule of events here. ... more

Larry Elder - Thu Mar 15

"Meet the Press" host David Gregory asked his panel "where civility has gone in our public discourse." Incredibly, one panelist urged people to be more "mature" and not "poison the atmosphere." ... more

Tony Katz - Thu Dec 1

The remains of Occupy LA were hauled off to the city dump, by the city, at the taxpayers’ expense. The amount of trash? Approximately 30 tons. ... more

Walter E. Williams - Wed Nov 30

Benefiting from a hint from an article titled "Is Harry Potter Making You Poorer?", written by my colleague Dr. John Goodman, president of the Dallas-based National Center for Policy Analysis, I've come up with an explanation and a way to end income inequality in America, possibly around the world. ... more

Michelle Malkin - Wed Nov 2

The next stage of the Aimless Occupation of America is upon us: On Wednesday, rabble-rousers in the San Francisco Bay Area will walk off jobs they don't have and encourage everyone else around the country to abandon work to protest high unemployment. ... more

Jon Sanders - Thu Oct 20

Credit the Occupy whatever movement with this: their protests are unwittingly underscoring the critical importance of property rights. I say "unwittingly" because they apparently lack the wits to figure that out. ... more

New York, New York - Tue Oct 18

Howard Stern interviews the confused individuals of the Occupy Movement. As with many Occupy interviews, be warned for explicit language. ... more

Ed Feulner - Sat Oct 8

Conservatives and liberals clash frequently on a wide array of issues, from taxes to trade, from deficits to defense. But their greatest conflict may lie in their contrasting attitudes toward civil society. ... more

Carl Horowitz - Sat Sep 10

Would you believe it? Al Sharpton’s newest role – full-time anchorman – is now a reality. ... more

Marybeth Hicks - Wed Sep 7

This week, millions of American children return to their classrooms. Unfortunately, the material some of them will be forced to study is controversial, to say the least. ... more

Kyle Olson - Fri Aug 26

On January 12, 2010, a 7.0 earthquake mercilessly shook the country of Haiti, causing death and destruction of Biblical proportions. By the time the last aftershock was registered, approximately 85,000 Haitians were dead, and hundreds of thousands more were injured or left homeless. ... more

Kyle Olson - Thu Aug 25

The CTU will remind you that the labor unions created America’s middle class. But don’t bother pointing out that the self-serving teachers unions are creating a generation of ignoramuses who are so poorly educated that they will never have a chance at a middle class lifestyle. ... more

Kyle Olson - Fri Aug 19

On July 30, 2011 a few thousand teacher union activists descended upon Washington D.C. for a “Save Our Schools” rally. The keynote speaker that day was actor Matt Damon, who took the occasion to bash standardized testing. You know, virtually the only thing used to assess student achievement and a tool for teacher accountability. ... more

Kyle Olson - Fri Aug 12

Those of us who attended public schools before “social justice” spread through the curriculum like a bad infection probably remember sitting in math class and working through problems. ... more

Erika Johnsen - Wed Aug 3