National Debt on Townhall

Charles Payne - Sat Jan 18

Bob Beauprez - Wed Oct 23

Bob Beauprez - Fri Oct 18

Bill Tatro - Fri Aug 16

Rich Galen - Wed Jun 5

Jay W. Richards - Sun Mar 10

The federal government now borrows and spends with such reckless abandon that it is careening toward a global economic catastrophe. If Christians can’t muster the courage to speak out against what Rep. Paul Ryan has called “the most predictable debt crisis in history,” we won’t deserve to be taken seriously after the collapse. ... more

Katie Pavlich - Tue Jan 22

Wayne Allyn Root - Mon Jan 21

Today is Obama’s second swearing in, and despite what the Obama-adoring, Kool-Aid- drinking liberal mainstream media tells you, this is a day for sadness, not celebration. It's time to mourn for what Obama is doing to America....and even worse, for what he has planned for the next four years. ... more

David Limbaugh - Tue Jan 15

President Obama's latest news conference was further confirmation that his voracious appetite for spending was not satisfied but whetted by the fiscal cliff deal, which he. views as an appetizer ... more

Katie Pavlich - Wed Dec 5

Celia Bigelow - Mon Nov 5

As young Americans head to the polls tomorrow they should remember one thing: A vote for Obama is a vote for a bankrupt future. ... more

Randall DeSoto - Sun Nov 4

The American people judge their Presidents by whether they succeed in meeting the central challenges of their Presidency. This is the case with Barack Obama. ... more

Tim Phillips - Fri Oct 26

In less than two weeks, Americans will either elect a new President, or give Barack Obama four more years to continue carrying out his "transformation" of America. ... more

Donald Lambro - Fri Oct 26

WASHINGTON - The latest sign President Obama fears he's headed for defeat came this week when he said he'd seek a "grand bargain" with Republicans to reduce a $16 trillion debt. ... more

Dan Holler - Mon Oct 8

Bowles-Simpson came back into style last week. Not only did the plan receive eight mentions during the first presidential debate; it was also the subject of a widely circulated and discussed New York Times story. ... more