TIME Magazine on Townhall

Charles Payne - Wed Jan 22

Heather Ginsberg - Sun Jan 19

TIME Magazine has never been one to shy away from political theatre or hide their bias, but the newest cover is a bit more. ... more

Daniel Doherty - Thu Jan 16

Thoughts? ... more

Daniel Doherty - Wed Dec 11

According to Time Magazine, that is: ... more

Daniel Doherty - Sat Nov 23

Now that the Big Lie has been exposed for everyone to see, it’s going to take some time for it to sufficiently sink in. ... more

Daniel Doherty - Sat Nov 9

A not-so-subtle dig at the recently re-elected governor of New Jersey. ... more

http://www.sabizmakers.com / - Tue Oct 1

Open enrollment for Obamacare began Tuesday. TIME attempts to give the fast facts of how the Obamacare Marketplace Exchange will look. ... more

Steve Deace - Sat Jul 27

Michael Prell - Tue May 22

I worked as a writer for Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu on his victorious 2009 election, and I have a deep connection to the land, to the people, and to the politics of Israel. But none of my qualifications are required to recognize the three big lies on this week’s TIME cover: “King Bibi. He’s conquered Israel. But will Netanyahu now make peace—or war?” Three big lies in three lines – on the cover alone. ... more

Hugh Hewitt - Thu Dec 15

Will the Manhattan-Beltway media elite cover for President Obama throughout 2012? Of course they will. ... more

Humberto Fontova - Tue Nov 1

The Washington Post's vendetta against Cuban-American Marco Rubio continues with another hit-piece last week and with MSM soulmates CNN and The Los Angeles Times chiming in. But the WaPo's rancor against the most lopsidedly Republican voters in America didn’t start with the Rubio hit-piece last month. ... more

Michael Brown - Mon Oct 10

O’Reilly began the segment by pointing out that opponents of same-sex marriage have always argued that if marriage was redefined to include same-sex unions, other groups would want the same treatment. This is the classic “slippery slope” argument, and despite arguments to the contrary by leading gay thinkers (such as philosophy professor John Corvino), the slide down this slope appears inevitable. ... more