red tape on Townhall

John Stossel - Wed Nov 20

Fritz Pfister - Fri Jul 12

Daniel J. Mitchell - Tue May 21

But the regulatory burden goes way beyond some odd anecdotes. We’re talking about a huge cost to the economy, and it’s been getting worse for the past 12 years. ... more

John Stossel - Fri Feb 24

Want to open a business in America? It isn't easy. ... more

Marita Noon - Mon Oct 31

The Obama admiistration requires mining companies to pack in tools via; and the companies must certify that the mules are feed weed-free hay. Seriously. ... more

Reuters News - Mon Oct 17

Reuters News - Mon Oct 10

Erika Johnsen - Thu Oct 6

I have often proclaimed that I am an avid anti-environmentalist, and ergo, many therefore accuse me of being a greedy, willfully ignorant, lazy environment-neglecter. But clearly, there is a major disconnect here, because you would be hardpressed to find another individual who loves and wants to conserve the quality of the great outdoors, our natural resources, and the planet in general, than myself. ... more

John Hawkins - Tue Sep 27

Barack Obama has pumped job-killing, growth-draining rat poison directly into the veins of our nation's economy. <p> ... 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

Mike Shedlock - Thu Sep 1

Thanks to Illinois governor Pat Quinn and the Illinois legislature Illinois Loses Most Jobs in the Nation. ... more

Michelle Malkin - Wed Aug 24

Hey, you know what the beleaguered American economy could really use right now? More special-interest mandates imposed by the White House on employers and taxpayers. ... more

Kyle Olson - Sat Aug 20

If teachers really supported their union, they would pay their dues. If they don’t support their union, should they be forced to be members and pay dues? ... more

Victor Davis Hanson - Thu Aug 11

The U.S. stock market has nose-dived. Congress just approved the highest debt ceiling in American history, allowing the government to carry over $16 trillion in national debt -- prompting the credit-rating agency Standard & Poor's to downgrade America's multitrillion-dollar debt for the first time in 70 years. ... more