Bureaucrats on Townhall

Daniel J. Mitchell - Wed May 21

John Stossel - Wed Feb 5

Daniel J. Mitchell - Sun Jan 26

Daniel J. Mitchell - Mon Nov 25

Nick Nichols - Tue Oct 1

Brent Bozell - Fri Apr 5

Now that it's almost departure time for Julius Genachowski, Obama's first chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, The Hill newspaper has noted one important sign of his priorities. In his four years at the helm, the FCC hasn't issued one fine to Hollywood for indecent content on broadcast television. ... more

Daniel J. Mitchell - Sat Mar 2

Is the Washington Post so biased and/or clueless that reporters really think that a 1.2 percent reduction in overall spending for the current fiscal year (which means the federal budget would still be larger than it was last year) represents a “sledgehammer of budget cuts”? ... more

Daniel J. Mitchell - Wed Jan 30

I suspect the pinheads at the Indiana Department of Natural Resources are overpaid. So losing their pampered positions would be genuine punishment and it would send a message to the rest of the paper pushers not to harass innocent and good people. ... 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

Daniel J. Mitchell - Sun Dec 9

A regular feature on this blog is the government-stupidity contest between bureaucrats and politicians from the United States and the United Kingdom. ... more

Daniel J. Mitchell - Tue Oct 23

The more important question is whether most federal bureaucrats should even have jobs. I’m mostly concerned about the fact that we have useless bureaucracies such as the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. ... more

Phyllis Schlafly - Tue May 29

What is it about bureaucrats and school personnel that they want to pry into the personal life and habits of American citizens of every age? ... more