Townhall Daily - January 29 - Thomas Sowell, Byron York, Chuck Norris, John Ransom, John Hawkins and More

Thomas Sowell:
Shouting Louder

Byron York:
In Some GOP Circles, Reform Is Already Underway

Chuck Norris:
Do Gun Bans Curb Violent Crime? (Part 2 of 3 on reducing violent crime in the US)

John Ransom:
Don't Let Obama Kill "Pills for Profit"

John Hawkins:
25 Great Quotes from Black Conservatives

David Limbaugh:
The Stuff of Third World Tyrants


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Mona Charen:
Tale of Two Cities

Cal Thomas:
GOP: R.I.P.?

Dennis Prager:
The Obama Inaugural Address

Tim Phillips:
Obama’s Wasted Opportunity

Pat Buchanan:
America's Role in a Darkening Age

Rachel Alexander:
Obama's Divide the GOP and Conquer Strategy


Paul Greenberg:
Not to Call Names, But...

Tony Katz:
What is With Illinois?

Phyllis Schlafly:
Panetta's Cowardly Decision

Daniel J. Mitchell:
The Sequester May Not Be “Fair,” but It’s Real and It Would Slow the Growth of Government

Michael Brown:
Hardness of Heart and the Celebration of Abortion

Bill Murchison:
Immigration Policy: Reality Bites

Charles Payne:
A Rich(er) World We Never Knew

Kevin McCullough:
The 'Pansi-fication' of the Male Left

Night Watch:
North Korea Preparing for Steps Short of War

Mike Shedlock:
Failed Policies Continue Down Under

Ken Hoagland:
The Great Divider

David Sterman:
4 Black Swans That Could Jolt the Market in 2013

Bill Tatro:
A Raw, Public Deal for American Worker

Christopher Prandoni:
Unions Look to Government for Future Growth

Casey Mattox:
The Texas Woman Who Should be Dead