Fiscal Responsibility on Townhall

Dr. Ben Carson - Wed Mar 12

Steve Chapman - Thu Oct 24

Ed Feulner - Mon Oct 21

Victor Davis Hanson - Thu Oct 17

Donald Lambro - Wed Oct 16

Nicole Bailey - Mon Oct 14

A lot of world leaders have scolded the US for putting the global economy at risk amid the fiscal crisis and looming debt ceiling deadline. Here are some of the things they said. ... more

Star Parker - Mon Oct 14

Mike Shedlock - Mon Jun 17

Mike Shedlock - Sun Jun 16

Emmett Tyrrell - Thu Jan 24

A couple of weeks ago, I elaborated on how Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid had at the time failed for three straight years to write up a budget in the Senate, thereby breaking the law three -- now four -- years running. ... more

David Harsanyi - Thu Jan 10

If Republicans do happen to force a shutdown in Washington, it's very possible they'll be embracing a political loser while doing the rest of us an immense favor. ... more

Elisabeth Meinecke - Sat Nov 24

Rebecca Hagelin - Thu Oct 11

“Mom, can I borrow some money?” Every parent has heard this question from a son or daughter---perhaps many times. ... more

Burlington, VT - Mon Jul 23

Former DNC Chair, Howard Dean, on our economy. ... more

Ben Shapiro - Wed Jun 13

In California, the mayor of a major city has decided that it's time to renegotiate union pensions, which are bankrupting the municipality; more specifically, he wants to raise the retirement age. ... more

Bruce Bialosky - Mon Jun 11

The battle is over for now, but the war has just begun. Scott Walker has responsibly and successfully led duly-elected officials in an historic effort to permanently change this nation’s course. ... more

Mark W. Hendrickson - Sat May 12

The election of Socialist Party candidate Francois Hollande to the presidency of France epitomizes the sorry state of contemporary democracy. By that, I don’t mean to imply that the French people should have voted for the incumbent, Nicolas Sarkozy. Neither would be capable of solving France’s intractable problems in a way acceptable to French voters, nor are the problems with democracy unique to France. ... more