Economic Uncertainty on Townhall

Mona Charen - Fri Apr 19

A Gallup poll released this week shows that almost 60 percent of adults in America believe that wealth is distributed unfairly, with over 50 percent saying that "the rich" should be taxed heavily to accomplish a fair distribution of resources. ... more

Donald Lambro - Wed Mar 13

Despite the stock market's rapid ascent to record levels, economic analysts were warning that it doesn't reflect the economy's anemic fundamentals and that we may well be entering another bubble that's about to burst. ... more

Michael Barone - Thu Mar 7

The Dow set a new high on Tuesday, but the larger economy is a different story. What if today's sluggish economic growth turns out to be the new normal? That's the unsettling question asked by some of our most creative economic thinkers. ... more

Jackie Gingrich Cushman - Thu Mar 7

The recent political entanglements over the budget have focused more on political maneuverings and who is right about what statement, rather than what the policies mean to average, everyday Americans. ... more

Donald Lambro - Fri Dec 21

The dizzying, budgetary roller coaster ride careened closer to the "fiscal cliff" this week when House Speaker John Boehner tossed a new Plan B into negotiations with the White House. ... more Staff - Fri May 4 Staff - Tue Mar 27

Peter Ferrara - Sun Jan 8

But it's not just Gingrich and Romney. Virtually every Republican and conservative across America recognizes what is by now well established in the literature -- the government caused the financial crisis. ... more

Bill O'Reilly - Sun Jan 1

Bad year, 2011, even though some bad guys and charlatans got a karma blast. Osama bin Laden got it up close and personal from a Navy SEAL, while his cohort al-Awlaki got drilled from the sky. Gadhafi went down, and al-Assad is tottering. ... more

Kate Hicks - Mon Dec 26

America - Tue Nov 29

Red Elephants Cafe, Webside 3. Mike’s cousin Ned consoles him about his job loss and the barriers to starting a business. He's decided to run for office, out of concern for declining traditional values and the resulting depression. Mike offers his budding Internet campaign services, and Ned provides a unique business site in return. ... more

Lurita Doan - Mon Nov 14

Obama is a national embarrassment and each day proves himself even more incapable of honestly confronting the nation’s urgent issues. Just days ago, Americans were once again left gob-smacked as Obama beat the drums for the SAVE awards, his signature effort to cut the $1.4 trillion annual deficit. This Obama initiative hopes to demonstrate the president’s commitment to fiscal sanity by cutting wasteful spending. ... more

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown - Fri Nov 11

America's mainstream media is hard at work on the Obama re-election effort. Nonstop reporting on the Herman Cain allegations, the break-up of the European Union and Occupy Everything is quietly building a playing field or political environment to empower Obama's excuses. ... more

Europe - Wed Nov 9

Joseph S. Tanious, CFA and market strategist for J.P. Morgan Funds, explores the economic conundrums of the European Debt Crisis. ... more

Europe - Wed Nov 9

Larry Glazer speaks of the European Debt Crisis and the dire spillover effects it could hold for the United States economy. ... more