Townhall Daily - July 18 - Ann Coulter, Jackie Gingrich Cushman, Victor Davis Hanson, John Ransom, Larry Elder and More

Ann Coulter:
To Avoid Looking Like a Criminal, Don't Commit a Crime

Jackie Gingrich Cushman:
While Women Make Gains in Elected Office, Their Numbers Still Lag

Victor Davis Hanson:
The Strange Case of Mexican Emigration

John Ransom:
The One, the Creator, the Alpha and the Obamacare, Amen

Larry Elder:
Big Government: What Does It Take for America to Wake Up?

Michael Reagan:
The Zimmerman Soap Opera


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Cal Thomas:
16-Year-Old Has A Brave Heart

Mike Shedlock:
Expect the Opposite of European Economists

Ransom Notes Radio:
Bernanke the Drug Dealer

Daniel J. Mitchell:
Pick the Stupidest Regulation

Debra J. Saunders:
Nutritional Waterboarding

Night Watch:
Cuba Covering for North Korea?


Ralph Benko:
Kevin Brady's Monetary Commission Plans To Throw Ben Bernanke's Fed a Lifeline

Rich Galen:
Greatest Deliberative Body

Emmett Tyrrell:
President Barack Obama's Six Months of Blunders

Steve Chapman:
Double Jeopardy for George Zimmerman?

Bob Beauprez:
A Feeble Four Years of Recovery; the Numbers tell the Story

Charles Payne:

Bill Tatro:
The Zero Option

Roger Schlesinger:
I'm Not Kidding: A 30 Year Fixed is "OK"

Jerry Newcombe:
Charity---a Judeo-Christian Invention

Marybeth Hicks:
Teachable Moments Emerge From Trayvon Martin Case

Kellie Fiedorek:
Tolerance: The Right to Disagree Without Coercion

Laura Hollis:
Takeaways from the Zimmerman trial