Federal Spending on Townhall

Bob Beauprez - Mon Dec 30

John Stossel - Wed Oct 23

Chris Edwards - Tue Sep 24

Robert Knight - Thu Aug 1

Mona Charen - Fri Jun 14

Walter E. Williams - Wed May 29

Rich Tucker - Sun Apr 14

In the early 1990s, toy maker Mattel got into hot water for manufacturing a talking Barbie doll that warned children: “Math class is tough.” Yet 20 years later, if we could pull their string, most politicians would probably say just that. ... more

John Stossel - Wed Mar 27

The Senate did something this past weekend it hasn't done in four years: passed a budget. The law requires the Senate to pass a budget, but Congress often ignores its own laws. For most of Barack Obama's presidency, a series of continuing resolutions kept the money -- your money -- flowing. ... more

Bill O'Reilly - Sat Mar 23

So my vacation plans to Cyprus have been canceled. Something about the government there seizing everybody's wallet because the country is bankrupt. Another nanny state bites the dust. When will they ever learn? ... more

Bob Barr - Wed Mar 13

Instead of wailing and gnashing of fiscal teeth, Congress and the President ought to be heaving a sigh of relief and heaping kudos on the former vice-presidential nominee, for doing what they collectively and separately have failed to accomplish. ... more

Charlie Kirk - Sat Mar 9

Too often we hear politicians boasting about "cutting" spending and how they are "reducing" the federal deficit. During the recent sequestration debate, the vast majority of the media, Congress and President Obama all referred to the sequester as "cuts." ... more

Ed Feulner - Sat Mar 2

“Sequester.” It’s a word that used to come up rarely. And it nearly always referred to a jury being locked away to deliberate a verdict. ... more