Entitlement Reform on Townhall

David Limbaugh - Fri Nov 30

We can get back to discussing GOP minority constituent recruitment soon, but in the meantime, we have a fiscal cliff issue that beckons -- the real fiscal cliff (America's imminent financial collapse), not the government shutdown molehill everyone is agonizing over. ... more

Guy Benson - Thu Nov 29

John C. Goodman - Sat Oct 27

Barack Obama really does have a plan for the next four years. When he thought he was speaking off the record to the Des Moines Register the other day, he said he wanted to negotiate a "grand bargain" with the congressional Republicans. It would include spending reductions and tax increases to reduce forecasted federal deficits. ... more

America - Thu Oct 25

Townhall Magazine Editor Elisabeth Meinecke discusses how U.S. debt has surpassed Europe's. ... more

Guy Benson - Fri Sep 21

Thomas Sowell - Wed Aug 29

For those of us who like to believe that human beings are rational, trying to explain what happens in politics can be a real challenge. ... more

Guy Benson - Tue Apr 3

John C. Goodman - Sat Mar 10

In the United States, the national debt now equals 100 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), and is still growing. With the retirement of the baby boomer generation, 78 million additional people will turn to the federal government for Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid benefits — roughly $40,000 per beneficiary per year, on the average. ... more

Nicole Kurokawa - Tue Feb 28

Here we are, in the last week of February, discussing the extension of unemployment benefits. Again. Wasn’t Groundhog Day supposed to be on February 2? ... more

Linda Chavez - Fri Feb 17

Extending the payroll tax cut -- as the GOP leadership has now agreed with Democrats to do -- may be good politics, but it is lousy policy. ... more

Judge Andrew Napolitano - Thu Feb 16

When the federal government was created, those who risked their lives and their fortunes and their scared honors to secede from England were animated by recent events. The government did not come into existence in a vacuum. Rather, those who led the Revolutionary War joined those who fought and financed it to create a central government that would be constitutionally incapable of doing to Americans what King George III and Parliament did to the colonists. ... more

John C. Goodman - Sat Jan 28

I didn’t vote for Barack Obama. But like a lot of Americans, I was hopeful about his presidency. ... more