The Five on Townhall

Jack Bouroudjian - Mon Oct 17

As we priced in Armageddon, earnings season snuck up on us. The question is: when exactly are we going to see the next big move? ... more

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. - Mon Oct 17

We should develop previously unusable energy resources to generate jobs, revenues. ... more

Alan Sears - Sun Oct 16

Over the course of the decades and years that have passed between the infamous Roe v. Wade decision (1973) and now, the demarcation between proponents of life and proponents of abortion has clearly proven to be a respect for life itself: an acknowledgement of the dignity of the human being, the human spirit, and the right to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” granted to all, regardless of age or date of conception. ... more

Mike Shedlock - Thu Oct 13

Port traffic on the West coast is down significantly. Expected traffic for September is also way lower. Yet analysts have been busy raising expectations for the holiday season. One thing for sure, one group is wrong. ... more

Caroline Glick - Tue Oct 11

On Sunday night, Egyptian Copts staged what was supposed to be a peaceful vigil at Egypt's state television headquarters in Cairo. The 1,000 Christians represented the ancient Christian community of some 8 million whose presence in Egypt predates the establishment of Islam by several centuries. They gathered in Cairo to protest the recent burning of two churches by Islamic mobs and the rapid escalation of state-supported violent attacks on Christians by Muslim groups since the overthrow of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak in February. ... more