Conn Carroll is the Managing Editor for Townhall Magazine. He has previously written for the Washington Examiner, National Journal's The Hotline and served as assistant director for strategic communications for the Heritage Foundation. At Heritage, he created the rapid-response blog The Foundry and the foundation's Morning Bell email newsletter.
A native of Oakland, Calif., he is a graduate of the George Mason University Law School and was a member of the D.C. Bar.
Townhall Magazine's July Issue Preview: The Case for Libertarian Populism
If Brat's win on Tuesday means anything, it is that there is a very healthy appetite among Republican Party primary voters for an agenda that improves the everyday lives of average Americans by cutting back on Big Government programs that help Big Business.
Obama's DACA program is directly to blame for the current humanitarian crisis at the nation's border.
The Texas border is being flooded with migrant families and Obama's amnesty lie is to blame.
Yes they can.
"What difference does it make?" Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) said of when White House informed him of Bergdahl's release.
Rejected by the American people in 2010, President Obama has abandoned and pretense of working with Congress, and is attempting to rule by administrative fiat.
Reparations are nothing but a decades old liberal shakedown.
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Townhall Magazine's June Issue: California's Boondoggle Express
Pushed back into school by a weak economy and pulled into debt by government subsidized loans, a generation of Americans is drowning in debt under President Obama.
Rep. Raul Labrador (R-ID) has a new immigration deal that conservatives should consider.
Eugene Robinson is happy about the current state if the U.S. economy. Most Americans aren't.
President Obama claims more Americans have benefitted from Obamacare than have been harmed. He's wrong.
The U.S. economy slowed significantly this quarter as millions of Americans were forced to spend more on health care.
Democrats are the ones that insist on fixing everything with one big bill. Republicans should not make the same mistake.
Former-Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) makes the case for a Republican Party that speaks to all Americans.
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.
No Obama is not deporting people at a record pace.