Gibson Guitars on Townhall

Brett McMahon - Sat Dec 24

‘Tis the season for every media outlet, blog, or writer to put out a “Top List” of the year. Instead of the usual top hits or highlights of the year, it’s worth remembering why this was one of the roughest years for small business owners at the hands of our own government. Herein our own list of the Grinches that tried to replace holiday cheer with a goody bag of ill-considered, overly onerous rules and regulations and other assorted job killers this year. ... more

Bruce Bialosky - Mon Dec 12

As we sprint toward the first official vote of the Republican primary season – to decide who will (hopefully) replace President Obama on January 20, 2013 – it is essential that we focus on the real goal. Rather than go after each other, the candidates must continue to confront the policies of the most inept President in modern times. ... more

Mike Adams - Mon Oct 24

It isn’t always fun being a conservative activist. There are some days I want to throw in the towel and find an easier job – like selling flannel shirts at Indigo Girls concerts or booking campus speeches for Noam Chomsky. Just a few weeks ago, I had one of those days. ... more

Townhall.com Staff - Tue Oct 18

Nashville, Tennessee - Thu Oct 13

In the aftermath of the federal raid at Gibson guitars for the seizure of exotic woods, the entire US guitar industry feels threatened. Virtually ALL guitar makers use the very same stock of wood as seized at Gibson. An American trade that provides thousands of jobs hangs in the balance. ... more

Chuck Norris - Tue Oct 11

In August, armed federal agents raided the offices and factories of the legendary Gibson Guitar Corp. in Nashville and Memphis. And what were they going after? Gun smugglers? Cocaine cargo? No. The federal search and seizure sought to capture ... ready? Wood. ... more

Mike Adams - Mon Sep 12

On the mantle above my fireplace there sits an old picture of my grandfather, Joe Dee Adams, Sr. The picture was taken some time during the Great Depression when he was a professional musician. It was actually his promo picture for the radio show he hosted on WSGN in Birmingham, Alabama. In it, he is holding an old Gibson acoustic guitar. ... more

John Hawkins - Tue Sep 6

One of the biggest problems with many of the politicians in D.C. is that they have come to believe that because they've had a little success in their lives, they're smarter than everyone else and can run people's businesses better than they can do it themselves. ... more

Derek Hunter - Sun Sep 4

It’s Labor Day weekend, so I’ve decided to unionize myself for 3 days and go on strike, just to see what it’s like. By “strike” I mean drink alcohol and sleep in everyday. ... more

AWR Hawkins - Tue Aug 30

To date, Barack Obama’s presidency has been characterized by many things, not the least of which has been a display of arrogance usually reserved for full-blown dictators like Hugo Chavez or crazies like Al Gore. And his personal haughtiness has been more than matched by members of his administration who have followed their fearless leader lockstep down a path of government expansion and economic implosion. ... more