Washington D.C. on Townhall

Walter E. Williams - Wed Jan 15

Heather Ginsberg - Sun Jan 5

With Congress basically working every other day and getting nothing done, you might expect that lobbyists are down and out right now. But it seems that even though Congress won’t be getting anything done in the new year, lobbyists are doing just fine. ... more

Paul Jacob - Sun Dec 29

Heather Ginsberg - Wed Dec 11

Well it seem that the very people who passed the healthcare law are not happy with the way the website was implemented and do not trust it for their own staffers. ... more

Cortney O'Brien - Tue Dec 3

Want a hidden environmental fee with your burger? ... more

Paul Greenberg - Wed Nov 27

Nicole Bailey - Fri Nov 22

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker criticized the partisan climate in Washington and distinguished proper checks and balances from today's gridlock. He said, "If you want to get big bold reform done ... you need a team to help you do that." ... more

Jacob Sullum - Wed Nov 20

Nicole Bailey - Thu Nov 14

A bill proposed by DC Council Member David Catania (I) would provide $100,000 scholarships for low-income students to go to college. Although the bill is gaining wide support, it has many serious problems including scholarships for the wealthy and an unjustified focus on four-year degrees. ... more

Steve Chapman - Thu Nov 14

Walter E. Williams - Wed Nov 13

Heather Ginsberg - Wed Nov 6

For the second time, the Washington, D.C. city council has approved a resolution attempting to urge the Redskins to change their name. ... more

Pat Buchanan - Fri Oct 25

Heather Ginsberg - Tue Oct 22

Starting in November, the U.S. Capitol dome will be covered in scaffolding for the next two years. This is the first time since 1959 that major work has been done on the Capitol dome. ... more

Caroline Glick - Wed Oct 16

Cortney O'Brien - Tue Oct 8

This Sunday, about 400 feet from Washington, DC’s busy Union Station, an explosion erupted underground. It was a “loud noise” accompanied by erupting flames, according to Metro. A worker was killed. Two others were injured. Yet, in a stunning decision, the National Transportation Safety Board has decided not to investigate the incident. ... more

Michael Schaus - Wed Oct 2

Ransom Notes Radio - Wed Sep 25

Christine Rousselle - Mon Sep 9

Washington, DC may become the first major city in the United States to institute a 24-hour waiting period for tattoos and piercings. ... more