Greece on Townhall

Peter Morici - Tue Jan 27

Charles Payne - Tue Jan 27

Mike Shedlock - Tue Jan 20

Bill Tatro - Tue Jan 6

Mike Shedlock - Wed Dec 10

Mike Shedlock - Wed Dec 3

Daniel J. Mitchell - Tue Sep 9

Daniel J. Mitchell - Sun Mar 30

Rachel Alexander - Mon Oct 28

Daniel J. Mitchell - Fri Jun 14

Once a majority of a country’s voting-age population is riding in the wagon of government dependency, it is very difficult to build political support for reform. Now I have another story that perfectly symbolizes Greece’s dysfunctional situation. ... more

John Ransom - Mon May 20

I don’t believe in the Trilateral and Bilderberg conspiracies. But I do believe that our world leadership suffers from a severe case of intellectual, political and corporate inbreeding that’s led them to dangerous defects in their vision for which there is no cure but cultural, financial and social death. ... more

Daniel J. Mitchell - Fri May 17

Let’s start with a look at the number of bureaucrats over time in Greece. You don’t need to read Greek to see that featherbedding exploded over the past 35-plus years. ... more

Austin Bay - Wed Apr 10

Everyone who knows that wealth underwrites all security arrangements should appreciate an unadorned but profoundly reverent epitaph for Margaret Thatcher posted this week on a national defense and military history Internet discussion board: "Without her England would have become Greece before Greece became Greece." ... more