Communities — Voices and Insights - Washington Times
Skip to content


Related Articles

In this May 15, 2017, photo, protesters wave signs and chant during a demonstration against President Donald Trump's revised travel ban outside a federal courthouse in Seattle. A federal judge said Wednesday, June 21, 2017, that a class-action lawsuit challenging a once-secret government program that delayed immigration and citizenship applications by Muslims can move forward. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, file)

Time for Trump to bid farewell to DACA

When it comes to immigration policy, the contrast between the Obama and Trump administrations could not possibly be any starker. Whereas President Obama institutionalized lawlessness, President Trump is determined to reverse course and enforce our nation's immigration laws - a welcome change.

On July 3, 2017, the American University in Moscow and the Burganov Museum will unveil a sculpture of Reagan and Gorbachev in downtown Moscow. For additional information please visit

From Reagan and Gorbachev to Trump and Putin

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson recently said that "Right now, U.S.-Russia relations are in the gutter but we want to make sure they don't flush into the sewer."

On July 3, 2017, the American University in Moscow and the Burganov Museum will unveil a sculpture of Reagan and Gorbachev in downtown Moscow. For additional information please visit

Trump and Putin, Reagan and Gorbachev

Although Mikhail Gorbachev is heralded throughout the Free World as the man who allowed the Soviet Union to crumble under its own corrupt weight, he is not revered at home, not by a long shot, especially by the older generation who remember their perceived Soviet glory

1990 FBI mugshot of John Gotti (image created by W. Scott Lamb).

Gotti Justice

- The Washington Times

Twenty-five years ago today in a federal courthouse in Brooklyn, former mob boss John Gotti received his sentencing for a laundry list of crimes he had committed. There's no evidence that Gotti turned to God while in prison.

Georgia's St. Simons, Jekyll isles

For those looking for delightful weather, island-style relaxation and a lack of high-rise development, a trip to Georgia's St. Simons and Jekyll islands fits the bill.

'There's no glory. There's just hard work -- and you have to have a heart.'

In the end, Campbell says it is about being called to servant leadership. "There's no glory. There's just hard work--and you have to have a heart," Campbell said. "And humility! Like Gideon, who said, 'I'm the least of the tribe, and I'm the least of my tribe. Why are you talking to me?' That is a key component of a Christian being involved in the public square."

In this Wednesday, March 29, 2017 photo, Israeli soldiers train with paintball guns during a drill at an Army base near Elyakim, Israel. Between myriad concrete buildings with Arabic graffiti that are designed to simulate a typical Lebanese village, dozens of Israeli officers are gearing up for their next battle with Hezbollah guerrillas. The drill at a base in northern Israel takes on added significance in the wake of rising tensions between the old adversaries. Arabic reads, "Hezbollah." (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)

England is drunk on PC Kool-Aid

Britain has lost its way, lost its moral compass...and lost its mind. In the midst of a season of repeated and deadly terror attacks, the British decided to permit Hezbollah, Iran's proxy and international terrorist organization, to march in a parade through London on Sunday.

Comedian Kathy Griffin holds a fake decapitated head representing President Donald Trump. (Image: TMZ video screenshot)

Presidential assassination in the park

Wednesday's shooting in Alexandria, Virginia - where Republican members of Congress had gathered to practice for an annual charity baseball game - is, sadly, the inevitable consequence of the vitriol currently spouted by political elites. But just how did it come to pass?