Wealth on Townhall

Walter E. Williams - Wed Mar 19

Mark W. Hendrickson - Sat Mar 1

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. - Mon Feb 3

Charles Payne - Fri Dec 13

Cal Thomas - Tue Dec 3

Cortney O'Brien - Tue Oct 22

Minnesota's 2013 Minnesota Teacher of the Year gave a five-minute acceptance speech at the 2013 Education Minnesota Conference in St. Paul, MN. While most of her remarks were spent praising her fellow teachers and students alike, she seemed to think it was also an opportune time to take a jab at rich Americans. ... more

Walter E. Williams - Wed Sep 11

Rich Galen - Mon Jul 29

Bob Beauprez - Sat Jun 1

How far down the redistribution of wealth path have we traveled? And, how near is the day of reckoning? Yet for all of the fiscal cliff, debt ceiling, and financial Armageddon deadline negotiations that come and go, there seems zero willingness to address the elephant in the room. ... more

Matt Towery - Fri Apr 19

A Gallup poll released this week shows that almost 60 percent of adults in America believe that wealth is distributed unfairly, with over 50 percent saying that "the rich" should be taxed heavily to accomplish a fair distribution of resources. ... more

Mona Charen - Fri Apr 19

A Gallup poll released this week shows that almost 60 percent of adults in America believe that wealth is distributed unfairly, with over 50 percent saying that "the rich" should be taxed heavily to accomplish a fair distribution of resources. ... more

Roger Schlesinger - Wed Apr 17

Everyone in America, employee or employer, man or woman, young or old, highly educated or high school dropout can become wealthy. It can happen quickly, or can take decades. But as my favorite announcer, the late Paul Harvey, would say: And now the rest of the story. . . ... more

Ransom Notes Radio - Wed Apr 3

April 2, 2013: We are seeing more and more (arbitrary) regulations levied against the American public. And, amazingly, some people in DC actually think that it’s helping. ... more

Marita Noon - Sun Mar 31

It is reported that back before Obama became a Senator, or announced his presidential bid, and before the founding of the Soros-funded Center for American Progress (CAP) a group of liberals met in 2002 at Soros’ Long Island Southampton beach house to draft a plan to defeat President Bush in the presidential election of 2004. Without that meeting, Lt. Col. Robert “Buzz” Patterson, says: “Barack Obama would be … an unremarkable and unheard of state senator. Instead, Barack Obama is the President of the United States.” ... more

Marita Noon - Sun Mar 10

Washington only talks about two choices when the cost of running the government exceeds the revenues: raising taxes and cutting spending. Taxes were raised as a part of the fiscal cliff deal. Sequester fills out the other half of the equation by cutting spending. ... more