Townhall Top Ten - May 6-12

Posted: May 13, 2007 12:05 AM

Here's what readers were talking about during the week that was -- May 6-12, 2007

#10. Why Christopher Hitchens is not Great
by Kevin McCullough
The Marxist views of Christopher Hitchens have long been evident. His simple, logical support for a strong response to 9/11 had earned him as bestowed by his fellow leftists the label "necon" which he steadfastly refutes.

#9. Why Atheism Fails: The Four Big Bangs
by Frank Pastore
Atheists respond to all these types of questions with essentially the same style answer. “We know God doesn’t exist. Therefore, since we’re here, though, it had to have happened this way. Thus, like the universe itself, life, mind, and mo-rality all ‘just popped’ into existence out of nothingness.”

#8. Hillary's French Lessons
by Dick Morris
What does the defeat of Segolene Royal, the first woman to seek the French presidency, mean for Hillary Clinton, in the midst of her pursuit of the Oval Office?

#7. Bookstore Ghettoes
by Thomas Sowell
If Rachael Ray had been black, there are bookstores where her cookbook would not be displayed in the same section with all the other cookbooks. It would be displayed off in a special section for black authors.

#6. Five Things You Can't Say In America
by John Hawkins
The title of this column is taken from Larry Elder's superb book Ten Things You Can't Say In America, even though we don't cover much of the same ground. Hopefully, Larry won't mind because imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery.

#5. C'est Si Bon
by Ann Coulter
With Nicolas Sarkozy's decisive victory as the new president of France, the French have produced their first pro-American ruler since Louis XVI.

#4. Opie and Anthony -- A Threat To Us All
by Neal Boortz
Drudge posted this Thursday. Since it appeared on Drudge, you can rest assured that by today everybody in a position of power over radio – that would be politicians – have either heard it or heard about it.

#3. Judges 6:36-40
by Mike Adams
Some years ago, I knew a young man who drove some 700 miles to give a speech at his alma mater. When he arrived he saw a few old friends including an old girlfriend he dated in school. She was going through a divorce and she had recently been unfaithful to her husband.

#2. The Scandal of "Scandals"
by Thomas Sowell
Now that ABC News has the list of phone numbers given to them by the "Washington Madam," the question is: Whose names will they publicize if they find out that there are public figures whose phone numbers are among those they have?

#1. Seeking Trophy Wife: M.R.S. Degree Required
by Mike Adams
I have a friend who’s going through a rough time in his marriage. Recently, his wife told him she was moving out and getting an apartment for six months so she could “find herself.”