Townhall Daily - July 31 - Michelle Malkin, John Stossel, Walter E. Williams, Brent Bozell, John Ransom and More


Michelle Malkin:
Vacationer Obama's Favorite Vineyard "Vulture"

John Stossel:
Are We Rome Yet?

Walter E. Williams:
Black Self-Sabotage

Brent Bozell:
Neglect at The New York Times

John Ransom:
Where Even a Kid Born in a Log Cabin in Kenya Can Get High and Be President

Jonah Goldberg:
Bending the Trayvon Martin Tragedy To Fit


The Constitution is worthless if We the People don???t do everything in our power to enforce it!
That???s why we???re demanding Congress immediately initiate the impeachment process on Barack Obama before things get any worse. Because to be frank, we don???t want to see what “worse” looks like… ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. NO MORE SCANDALS. NO MORE LIES. SIGN OUR PETITION HERE.


Neal Boortz:
Wait—I’m Not Quite Through

Bob Barr:
Big Brother NSA is Watching You, But Maybe Not For Long

Mike Shedlock:
The Euro Remains Europe's Biggest Problem

Ransom Notes Radio:
Dodd-Frank is a Horrible Toddler

Terry Jeffrey:
Lee Leads; Boehner Cowers

Daniel J. Mitchell:
Beware the President’s Bait-and-Switch on Corporate Tax Reform


Night Watch:
Taliban Resurgence in Iraq, Libya, and Pakistan

Austin Bay:
The Manning Conviction

Brett Bogus:
The Grand Bargain, Round 2

Paul Greenberg:
The Forgotten War

Ralph Benko:
Right On The Money At The Cato Institute

Donald Lambro:
The Race Is On: Hillary's Running, Christie's Throwing Punches, And The Republican Field Is Growing

Rachel Marsden:
How To Scare People At Your Summer Cookout

Charles Payne:
The Great (Mental) Depression

Jerry Bowyer:
Your Helping Is Hurting

Jacob Sullum:
Close House Vote Reveals Wide Opposition to Indiscriminate Surveillance

Crystal Wright:
Who Cares What Jay Z Thinks and Why Don Lemon Is Right about Blacks in America

Ken Connor:
Reflections on Sin and Shame

Carrie Schwab Pomerantz:
Cutting Your Credit Card Debt: How to Get Started