World War I on Townhall

Victor Davis Hanson - Wed Dec 3

Sarah Jean Seman - Sat Oct 11

H.W. Crocker III, bestselling author of the Politically Incorrect Guide to the British Empire and the Politically Incorrect Guide to the Civil War, talks to Townhall Magazine about his latest piece on Word War I. ... more

Rachel Marsden - Tue Sep 16

Jerry Newcombe - Thu Sep 4

Bruce Bialosky - Sun Aug 24

Marvin Olasky - Thu Aug 21

Jonah Goldberg - Thu Aug 7

Cal Thomas - Thu Jul 31

Austin Bay - Wed Jul 30

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