Townhall Daily - May 17 - Michelle Malkin, Brent Bozell, John Ransom, Jonah Goldberg, David Limbaugh and More


Michelle Malkin:
Obama's Emptiest Benghazi Talking Point

Brent Bozell:
Progress Gets Canceled

John Ransom:
How About Scandal, Incompetence, Venality, Hubris, Vanity and Error to Start

Jonah Goldberg:
IRS Follows Obama's Lead

David Limbaugh:
Obama Not Outraged; He Adores the IRS

Mona Charen:
Fight the Power


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Ken Blackwell:
Where Lawlessness Comes From

Pat Buchanan:
What Should Americans Die For?

Suzanne Fields:
Paying for the New Psychiatry

Mike Shedlock:
EU Emissions Trading in Tatters (As It Should Be)

Ransom Notes Radio:
More Great Bad News from an Economy Broken by Liberals

Daniel J. Mitchell:
Grim News from Greece about Grasping Government


Night Watch:
North Korea Backing Off on Threats

Linda Chavez:
Do the Right Thing

Scott Carter:
Is There Any Among You That Can Challenge the Claim That Gold Will Double Again

Paul Greenberg:
What? Of Barack Obama and Don Draper

Donald Lambro:
Scandals Dog Obama's Troubled Presidency

Donald Lambro:
It's Time to Come Clean Mr. President, These Are Your Scandals

Diana West:
Afghanistan's Benghazi: The Shoot-Down of Extortion 17

Jerry Bowyer:
Prosperity: The Three Questions That Really Matter

Charles Payne:
Scandals, Fisticuffs and the Voices of Tyranny


Michael Brown:
Thank You Mommy For Killing Me!

Cliff May:
Night at the Newseum

Phil Kerpen:
The Government Can't Be Trusted With Our Health

Crista Huff:
Stocks in the News: Google, Hess, Cisco Systems

Robert Morrison:
Presidential Preference: The Romeikes and Imam Rauf

Fritz Pfister:
History that Hasn’t Happened Yet

Fred Lucas:
Talk Radio and Another Scandalous Democratic President

Craig Shirley:
Tea Party Skepticism of DC Establishment Proves Correct