Townhall Review – October 24, 2020
Dennis Prager looks at how big tech companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, and YouTube, are trying to block the story that the New York Post published about the emails found on Hunter Biden’s laptop.
Larry Elder takes on the absurd effort by the left to paint Donald Trump as a racist that has no grounding in fact or evidence.Read More »
Townhall Review – October 10, 2020
Hugh Hewitt and Florida Senator Marco Rubio talk about the Democratic and media meltdown following President Trump’s return to the White House after he spent the weekend in the hospital with COVID-19.
Charlie Kirk, new Salem host, gives his perspective on the mask-mania after President Trump’s return to the White House.
Mike Gallagher looks at the media anchors who appeared almost angry that the President had done so well, angry that he modeled a calm courage in the face of this pandemic.
Dennis Prager examines the prolonged shutdown in Los Angeles and California where the far-left rules and many small businesses have been shuttered for months, some giving up.
Larry Elder reviews the numerous times President Trump has condemned and disavowed white supremacy while the media treats it as if he’s never answered the question before.Read More »
Townhall Review – September 19, 2020
Larry Elder talks about the two Los Angeles County Sheriff deputies that were ambushed while sitting in their patrol car in Compton, California.
Dennis Prager talks with former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee-Sanders about her experience inside the Trump White House and her book, “Speaking for Myself: Faith, Freedom and the Fight of our Lives Inside the Trump White House.”Read More »
During the worst of the shutdown of our nation’s economy at the front end of the pandemic, America’s elite media outlets were quick to tell us about the largest increase in unemployment in American history.
But they seem far less interested in telling us about the largest decrease in unemployment ever recorded since the recovery has begun.
As of this week the unemployment rate has dropped from a peak of almost 15 percent to about 8 ½ percent. That puts unemployment at levels which we saw during most of Obama’s first term. After the great recession of 2007-2009, it took three years for the labor markets to bounce back to the levels we see now—only three months into a recovery from the pandemic.
Policy matters, and pro-growth policies make a country much more resilient—even in the face of horrendous setbacks.Read More »
The COVID-19 pandemic has done a lot to reveal the importance of the family.
Over these past five months we’ve seen a fascinating and revealing debate about the education of our children—with new conversations about public and private schooling, and of course new attention paid to homeschooling.
We’re seeing a lot of talk as well about justice and equality, about the role of parents and the structure of families.
This revealing headline recently appeared in the New York Times: “Every Choice for Parents Contains Potential Risks or Unfair Advantages.”
Claire Cain Miller writes, “It’s the newest front in America’s parenting wars,”—and you can count on the fact now that parents are getting judged and criticized as she says, “on message boards and in backyard meetups and virtual PTA meetings.”
But our pandemic has served to reveal that there is no structure, no program, no government intervention that can ever replace a functioning intact family with a mom and a dad.
Family provides benefit.
For that we should be grateful—and not ashamed—and not ashamed to say it.Read More »
Townhall Review – August 15, 2020
Dennis Prager looks at what he calls the damage and the idiocy of the lockdowns due to the pandemic.Read More »