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Sharpton in Ferguson Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

A collection of race hustlers

Circumstances surrounding the events of the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., on Aug. 9 continue to unfold and dominate national headlines. A family, community and country have been captivated by the events that evolve daily.

Secure Texas Borders Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

When foreign terrorism comes home

Their pitiless email to James Foley’s grieving parents was as brutal as the Islamic State’s video of his beheading by a black-clad, knife-wielding executioner.

Rev. Al Sharpton speaks at a rally at Greater Grace Church, Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014, for Michael Brown who was killed by police, last Saturday in Ferguson, Mo. Brown's shooting in the middle of a street, following a suspected robbery of a box of cigars from a nearby market, has sparked a week of protests, riots and looting in the St. Louis suburb. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

KNIGHT: Four approaches to Ferguson

Following the shooting death of 18-year-old black robbery suspect Michael Brown by a white police officer on Aug. 9, four distinctly different groups descended upon the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Mo.

Sports Drive the National Discourse Illustration by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

When sports drive the national discourse

Walk down the entranceway of the Farragut West Metro Station in Washington, D.C., and you’ll see an interesting poster hanging on the wall. Part of an ad campaign for the Washington Metro Area Transit Authority, the poster shows two men at a bowling alley, conversing.

Sharing Cypriot Natural Resources Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

ERDENGIZ: Building a bicommunal solution on Cyprus

At a time when, in the words of former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright, “the world is a mess,” it’s disturbing to see and read ugly depictions of Cyprus as though it’s a war zone.

EDITORIAL: Licensing unemployment

Janet Yellen has a knack for understatement. The chairman of the Federal Reserve said Friday that the recession might have “caused persistent changes in the labor market’s functioning.” That’s a polite way of telling the millions in the unemployment line to get used to it.

Face-to-face with an evil enemy

There can be only one response to the barbaric beheading of American journalist James Foley by Islamic State terrorists. We must hunt them down and kill them.

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BOOK REVIEW: 'Spies, Patriots, and Traitors'

During one phase of his career as a senior case officer in the CIA's National Clandestine Service, Kenneth Daigler was tasked with creating a suite of conference rooms for use by foreign intelligence liaison visitors to the headquarters complex.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Muslims must take back reputation

The radical jihadist Muslim who rapes, enslaves, kills, dismembers, decapitates, crucifies, starves and buries alive women and children, cuts children in half, puts heads on poles, puts bombs in shoes and vests and hangs Christians on cranes is giving the majority of peace-loving Muslims a very bad name indeed.

Tomahawk Soldier Protector Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

ROLLER: The Tomahawk game changer

American troops are back in Iraq. About 500 have been assigned to protect the U.S. Embassy and Baghdad's airport.

Obamacare Money Wrecker Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Obamacare's backdoor premium hikes

Just as President Obama's health care law hits record unpopularity, multiple reports have surfaced of new problems that could plague Obamacare and cost Americans thousands of dollars each.

Rock musician Ted Nugent speaks during the Big Horn Basin Tea Party Picnic on Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014, in Emblem, Wyo. (AP Photo/The Casper Star-Tribune, Dan Cepeda)

NUGENT: Celebrate the flak

They say that if you're taking flak, you must be over the target. Well lo and behold, the old Motorcity guitarslayer is not only directly over the target, I am obviously sitting dead center in the enemies' own foxhole, driving them batty with my unstoppable onslaught of self-evident truth, logic, common sense and a tsunami of irrefutable evidence that obliterates their America-hating agenda.

Former CIA officer Will Hurd is running for a U.S. House seat in Texas, in a district that includes the Mexico-U.S. border,

'National security' candidate: Former CIA officer runs for U.S. House seat in Texas

- The Washington Times

He is a former clandestine officer who's gone into Lone Star politics. That would be conservative Will Hurd, who has joined the list of "national security" candidates who've caught the notice of John Bolton. Indeed, Mr. Hurd is challenging Democrat Rep. Pete Gallego in the 23rd District of Texas, which includes much of the Mexican-American border, in a pivotal area where voter support is much coveted by the GOP.

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR SCHOLASTIC INC AND LOS ANGELES UNIVERSAL PRESCHOOL (LAUP) - New York City Mayor, Bill de Blasio, addresses the country's first PreK Nation at the Scholastic Inc. headquarters in Soho, on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 in New York. The PreK Nation Summit advocates to increase access to quality preschool for all children. (Photo by Stuart Ramson/Invision for Scholastic Inc and Los Angeles Universal Preschool (LAUP)/AP Images)

Attacking achievement in New York City

New York's mayor, Bill de Blasio, like so many others who call themselves "progressive," is gung-ho to solve social problems.

Anti-Semitism in Hungary Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Democracy's dangerous descent in Hungary

The famed Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal often said, "Where democracy is strong, it is good for Jews; where it is weak, it is bad for Jews." Today, 100,000 Jews in Hungary are worried about their future.

Illustration on Obama's fading popularity by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Democrats feel a fall in the air

President Obama is on a two-week vacation in Martha's Vineyard, as wars rage across the Middle East and Ukraine, terrorists threaten to topple Iraq, and Republicans are on the brink of capturing the Senate.

Illustration on the effect of high corporate taxes by Alexander Hunter/ The Washington Times

The patriotism of prosperity

A few weeks ago, it was quite revealing — but not surprising — to hear Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew imply that corporate America should willingly pay the highest corporate-tax rates in the world as part of its "patriotic" duty.