u.s. state department on Townhall

Pat Buchanan - Fri Sep 28

Two weeks after Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans were murdered in Benghazi, Libya, the Obama administration has conceded it was an act of terrorism. ... more

Tom Tancredo - Tue May 22

When there’s no good answer, people sometimes – actually often – try to obfuscate with false information. That surely was the case at the recent U.S. Court of Appeals hearing involving the terrorist designation of the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK). I was present during the hearing and was stunned with how the Government handled this case. ... more

Humberto Fontova - Sun May 20

A top apparatchik of the only regime in the Western Hemisphere to herd thousands of men and boys into forced labor camps at Soviet-bayonet point for the crime of fluttering their eyelashes, flapping their hands and talking with a lisp was just granted a U.S. visa to lecture Americans on “Gay Rights.” ... more

Townhall.com Staff - Fri May 4

Portsmouth, VA - Fri May 4

Romney criticizes the Obama Administration's handling of the Chen case. ... more

Caroline Glick - Sat Mar 31

I went to the US Consulate this week to take care of certain family business. It was a thoroughly unpleasant experience. I think it is ironic that two days after my extremely unpleasant experience at the consulate, State Department Spokeswoman Victoria Nuland refused to say what the capital of Israel is. ... more

Washington, DC - Fri Mar 30

Obama's State Department ducks a question on whether or not Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. ... more

Kate Hicks - Fri Feb 24

Cliff May - Thu Jan 26

For 65 years Pakistanis have been conducting one of modern history’s great experiments: Can a nation conceived as Islamic be free and democratic-- the vision of Pakistan’s founding father, Muhammad Ali Jinnah? Or will Pakistan’s identity be defined by “forces that want us to live in fear—fear of external and internal enemies." ... more

Washington DC - Thu Jan 19

President Obama says 'no' to Keystone XL despite the additional 830,000 barrels of crude oil and jobs Keystone XL would have created. ... more

Frank Gaffney - Mon Dec 19

One of the most popular attractions in Washington, D.C. is a building that graces Pennsylvania Avenue with an exterior engraved with the First Amendment to the Constitution and its guarantee of, among other liberties, freedom of speech. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would have been well advised to hold her three-day meeting last week with the some of the most determined enemies of free expression – increasingly doing business as the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) – at the Newseum, rather a few blocks away in Foggy Bottom. ... more