World War I on Townhall

George Mano - Mon Jun 30

Paul Greenberg - Sat Jun 28

Paul Kengor - Sat Jun 28

Austin Bay - Wed Jun 25

Bill Murchison - Tue Jun 24

Ken Blackwell - Fri Jan 11

President Obama’s choice of former Nebraska Sen. Chuck Hagel for Sec. of Defense is a dangerous choice that telegraphs weakness toward Iran. In the Senate, Mr. Hagel compiled a worrisome record toward the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Fri Dec 28

Franz Kafka is one of those authors whose name has become an adjective, as in Shakespearean or Faulknerian or this dictionary entry: Kafka-esque -- adj., referring to the nightmarish, surreal, illogical quality Franz Kafka evoked in works like "The Metamorphosis," "The Castle" and "The Trial." ... more

Austin Bay - Wed Oct 10

Montenegro's Oct. 8, 1912, declaration of war on the Ottoman Turkish Empire and its Oct. 9 attack on neighboring Albania, an Ottoman protectorate, stunned Europe. Montenegro, a military midget, attacking Albania, another poor and backwater Balkan nowhere? Can a tiny statelet like Montenegro spark great havoc? ... more

Ken Blackwell - Mon Feb 6

“Whoever says later may find later is too late,” says Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak. His words drove Western policymakers into a tizzy. ... more