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Townhall Magazine - Mon May 5

Air travel has become a frustrating and intrusive bore. We can put the fun back in flying by bringing freedom to the skies. ... more

Leah Barkoukis - Sun May 4

Dennis Michael Lynch says both parties have sold out to the all- mighty vote and cheap labor. ... more

Cortney O'Brien - Thu May 1

The Bonnie and Clyde of cybercrime, Russia and China, are stepping up their game. U.S. businesses and the federal government are going to have to play better defense. ... more

Ransom Notes Radio - Wed Apr 30

Conn Carroll - Mon Apr 28

Former-Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) makes the case for a Republican Party that speaks to all Americans. ... more

Conn Carroll - Thu Apr 17

In his new book, "Blue Collar Conservatives: Recommitting to an America That Works," former-Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) makes the case for a Republican Party that speaks to all Americans. ... more

Townhall Magazine - Sun Apr 13

The engine of the Obama Recovery never made it out of the garage. ... more

Townhall Magazine - Sat Apr 12

What would happen if a liberal government passed a new gun law but nobody obeyed it? ... more

Townhall Magazine - Fri Apr 11

Nuclear energy has much potential to cleanly and affordably power the world. Its future is simply too important to leave to politicians. ... more

Townhall Magazine - Thu Apr 10

The federal government is allowing terminally ill patients to suffer while the FDA drags out the approval process. Some states are fighting back. ... more

Conn Carroll - Tue Apr 8

Instead of letting their female candidates run on their records, Democrats are crying ‘sexism’ to silence all debate. ... more

Conn Carroll - Fri Apr 4

It kills endangered birds, relies on fossil fuels for reliability, and requires the production of toxic chemicals. Other than that, wind energy is totally clean. ... more

Conn Carroll - Thu Apr 3

Townhall editors Leah Barkoukis and Christine Rousselle debate whether or not the federal government should pull back on the War on Drugs. ... more

Conn Carroll - Wed Apr 2

It subsidizes millionaires, raises energy costs, and destroys the environment. Other than that, wind energy is awesome. ... more

Conn Carroll - Tue Apr 1

Links to all of Townhall Magazine's online content. ... more

Conn Carroll - Tue Apr 1

President Obama promised to send electricity prices skyrocketing, and his minions at the EPA are delivering on that promise. Americans for Tax Reform’s Chris Prandoni takes a detailed look at how Obama is using the power of the regulatory state to wipe out the coal industry. ... more

Conn Carroll - Tue Mar 18

Townhall Magazine’s April 2014 issue is here! Check out an exclusive sneak peek of some of our top stories, and order Townhall Magazine today for these can't-miss articles. ... more

Conn Carroll - Tue Mar 4

America is far more tolerant today than it ever has been. This is a disaster for the progressive movement, New York Times bestselling author David Freddoso explains in the March issue of Townhall Magazine, which is forcing wannabe heroes to create their own alternative reality. ... more

Tom Tradup - Mon Mar 3

Talk radio audiences can be just as charitable as they are excitable. ... more

Amanda Muñoz - Mon Mar 3

The future of the Republican party depends on how well it can appeal to a growing and significant portion of the electorate. For the March issue of Townhall Magazine, Amanda Muñoz and Daniel Doherty look at what activists are doing to attract young voters. ... more

Conn Carroll - Sat Mar 1

The federal government broke America's higher education system. Here is how to fix it. ... more

Conn Carroll - Mon Feb 17

Judged by his beliefs, he is the most conservative president in American History. Judged by his record, he's one of the best president's period. ... more

Conn Carroll - Thu Feb 13

America’s higher education system is broke. Here’s how to fix it. ... more

Sarah Jean Seman - Mon Feb 3

Welcome to the new progressivist union: marriage to the state. It’s an institution enabled by Big Government and for Big Government through federal incentives and services; where cohabitation and living alone comes with more financial perks than marriage, and a dependence on the state is an easier path than developing a real and lasting personal relationship. ... more