Bankruptcy on Townhall

Mike Shedlock - Thu Apr 18

You know a city is in deep trouble when its mayor invites Wall Street but not the press and not private citizens to a closed meeting to discuss the future, including a sell-off of city assets. ... more

Terry Jeffrey - Wed Apr 3

Were a rational person given the assignment to search this planet to find the best place for human beings to live and build wealth, he might well settle on San Joaquin County, Calif. ... more

Ann-Marie Murrell - Tue Apr 2

According to the UT San Diego, some of the most damning testimony about union corruption in the Stockton bankruptcy hearing came from City Council member Kathy Miller. ... more

Donald Lambro - Wed Mar 27

The budget deficit will be nearly $1 trillion this year, our debt is headed toward $17 trillion, Congress's approval polls are at 13 percent, and our lawmakers are on a two-week Spring Break. ... more

Reuters News - Tue Mar 26

Mike Shedlock - Mon Feb 25

Detroit is financially and morally bankrupt yet the governor refuses to make that declaration. A Review team says Detroit faces financial crisis, has no plan to fix it so why won't the governor act? ... more

Washington, DC - Thu Dec 20

"I own a toy manufacturing company located in the North Pole, but incorporated in Delaware... my taxes are going to go up, and the economy is going to tank." ... more