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  • FILE - In this Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, file photo, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler testifies during a hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, before the House Energy and Commerce Committee. The Federal Communications Commission is setting out to unravel the mystery behind the Internet traffic jams bogging down the delivery of Netflix videos and other online content. The inquiry announced Friday, June 13, 2014, by Wheeler will dissect the routes that video and other data travel to reach Internet service providers such as Comcast and Verizon. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)

    WILLIAMS: A play for power over the Internet

    By David Williams

    Given the sheer number of aggressive regulatory assaults on the free economy coming out of Washington lately, it is understandable if one is missed, such as the power grab being undertaken by the Federal Communications Commission. Published July 24, 2014

  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Trump-Carson a 2016 dream ticket

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    I've been reading that Dr. Ben S. Carson, the world famous neurosurgeon, won the recent Western Conservative Summit straw poll in Denver by a convincing margin over the runner-up, Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Republican ("Carson wins straw poll as conservatives focus on winning battle of ideas," Web, July 20). I like Dr. Carson a lot — but not as president this time around. Published July 24, 2014

  • Mother Angelica Obamacare Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

    RUSE & WEBER: An 'accommodation' for Mother Angelica that really isn't

    By Cathy Ruse and Travis Weber

    Despite hysterical rhetoric to the contrary, the Supreme Court last month did not deny a single woman access to contraception. Published July 24, 2014

  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: No U.S. support for Christian peril

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    Here in the United States, the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center tried banning Bible reading in its service hospital, Obama appointees have made it a crime for chaplains and troops to share their faith in the Department of Defense, U. S. military commanders are prohibited from publishing religious programs and services, and a defense directive put Christians in the same category as the Islamic terrorist group that attacked us on Sept. 11, 2001. Published July 24, 2014

  • EDITORIAL: More Kennedy snake-oil medicine

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    Poking fun at liberals and their schemes is good sport. When they draw up a solution to the world's ills, the result is always waste, duplication, fraud and disaster. Sometimes those ideas from the fringe can be downright dangerous. Published July 24, 2014

  • BOOK REVIEW: 'That Summer in Paris'

    By Martin Rubin - Special to The Washington Times

    Ever since I read "A Moveable Feast," Ernest Hemingway's marvelously evocative memoir of his salad days in 1920s Paris, I have known just how special it was for him and his generation of American writers Published July 24, 2014

  • Some federal help for old American battlefields: $1.3 million to spruce them up

    By Jennifer Harper - The Washington Times

    This might be some federal funding that even the most frugal patriot would approve of. The National Park Service has awarded $1.3 million in preservation grants to help protect, document and interpret 75 of America’s significant battlefield lands. Time and urban progress have taken their toll on such sites, which are heavy with history. Published July 24, 2014

  • PRUDEN: The Democratic-wannabe mice under Hillary Clinton's feet

    By Wesley Pruden - The Washington Times

    If Hillary Clinton is inevitable, why are so many mice scurrying about under her feet? Hillary is supposed to be the juggernaut of the ages, awash in money, feminist adulation and nostalgia for the security and serenity of the Clinton years, when nothing much happened beyond Bubba's Oval Office pantry. Published July 24, 2014

  • EDITORIAL: Detroit's water 'spigot bigots'

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    Some people find racism everywhere they look, even in the kitchen faucet. In Detroit, the NAACP has applied the "racist" label to a public water works because it's shutting off service to customers who won't pay their water bill. Published July 24, 2014

  • NORIEGA: Central American insecurity fuels U.S. border crisis

    By Roger Noriega

    The surge of illegal immigrants at the U.S. southwest border should sound the alarm for the President and Congress to lead an international rescue mission to confront murderous narco-traffickers and street gangsters who threaten U.S. security along with the lives and livelihood of millions of Central Americans. Published July 24, 2014

  • EDITORIAL: Gun-shy Obama

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    His triumph in 2012 gave President Obama the flexibility he wanted to begin an all-out push for gun control. Published July 24, 2014

  • BOOK REVIEW: 'A Spy Among Friends'

    By Muriel Dobbin - Special to The Washington Times

    There is no question that Kim Philby was the most legendary spy of World War II, carving a trail of deception and death in the world of espionage. Published July 23, 2014

  • It's grim: 911 Commission warns terrorism has entered 'a new and dangerous phase'

    By Jennifer Harper - The Washington Times

    It's been a decade since the 9/11 Commission issued a comprehensive report about the terrorist attacks on American soil that "changed everything," according to much of the public. The commission has a new follow-up. The 48-page report released Tuesday is grim, determined and factual. Published July 23, 2014

  • ALLARD: A remedial lesson in why borders matter

    By Ken Allard

    Forgive the temerity of a former Beltway insider who arrived in Texas just as soon as he possibly could. Have the people back in Washington lost their minds? Published July 23, 2014

  • HARPER: James Garner - A liberal star who embodied conservative values

    By Christopher Harper

    Despite his liberal leanings, actor James Garner, who died last weekend, provided some of the most conservative role models U.S. television has ever seen — role models that rarely exist now. Published July 23, 2014

  • FIELDS: A tale of a boy, a Bible and a gun

    By Suzanne Fields

    Social conservatives feel betrayed by the popular culture, and why not? If Hollywood depicts someone with a gun or a Bible, he's a figure of ridicule. Published July 23, 2014

  • SHAPIRO & ANDREWS: Declaring war on the cartels

    By Jeffrey Scott Shapiro and T. Michael Andrews

    The United States of America is under attack. Published July 23, 2014

  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Let consumers make own choices

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    As the CEO and owner of a Maryland-based vending company and the president of the Maryland-D.C. Vending Council, the idea that soda taxes may gain traction throughout the country is an ominous one. Published July 23, 2014

  • NAPOLITANO: What if our democracy is a fraud?

    By Andrew P. Napolitano

    What if you were allowed to vote only because it didn't make a difference? What if no matter how you voted, the elites always got their way? Published July 23, 2014

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