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  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Congress, others complicit in border problem

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    Does America truly have a border problem or have we become so complacent, so soft and so focused and involved with our own personal lives, that we have collectively lost our ability to care? Published July 16, 2014

  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Impeachment would serve history, posterity

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    I am among those who wish to see impeachment proceedings initiated against President Obama. Published July 16, 2014

  • BOOK REVIEW: 'Police State USA'

    By Adam Walinsky - Special to The Washington Times

    The subtitle to this alarmingly titled book is "How Orwell's Nightmare is Becoming Our Reality." The author, a news writer for The Washington Times, offers as illustration a case in which a former Marine was arrested and forced to undergo a psychiatric evaluation on the basis of anti-government messages posted on his Facebook page. Published July 16, 2014

  • EDITORIAL: Insuring for the storm

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    The hurricane season opened this year with only a whimper. Instead of smashing houses and uprooting ancient trees along the Atlantic coast and spoiling the Fourth of July, Hurricane Arthur was a bit of a dud. Published July 16, 2014

  • WILLIAMS: Big Labor's attack on tipping

    By Ryan Williams

    The practice of tipping – especially popular in the United States – has a new and formidable enemy. Inexplicable as it may seem, Big Labor has set its sights on the custom of tipping – an institution that has helped move millions of workers into the middle class. Published July 16, 2014

  • DUNCAN: Goldwater plus 50: Looking back at the launch of conservatism

    By John J. Duncan Jr.

    Fifty years ago yesterday, I was in the Cow Palace in San Francisco when Sen. Barry Goldwater accepted the presidential nomination at the Republican National Convention. Published July 16, 2014

  • EDITORIAL: Trademark litigation run amok

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    Ever since the United States deposed Manuel Noriega as the maximum leader of Panama a quarter of a century ago, he, like Rodney Dangerfield, "don't get no respect." So the other day, Noriega filed a lawsuit from his cell in Panama's El Renacer prison. Published July 16, 2014

  • Winning Western women

    By Tammy Bruce

    As a woman who moved from the left to the right, I've watched with some interest the political discussion about how conservatives can address women's issues and win our support. Published July 16, 2014

  • The West may rise again

    By Monica Crowley - The Washington Times

    Not so long ago, the American West was fertile ground for conservative thought, action, and leadership. It was the region that remained most faithful to the nation's founding principles of personal freedom, rugged individualism, and economic freedom. It prided itself on being the nation's political frontier, a place that maintained its fiercely devoted embrace of the pioneering spirit that gave rise to America's continental expansion and ultimately, its superpower status. Published July 16, 2014

  • HANSON: When America fell apart

    By Victor Davis Hanson

    The summer of 2014 will go down in history as the season when America fell apart. Let's take a tour of the disasters. Published July 16, 2014

  • TYRRELL: The playboy presidents, Clinton and Harding

    By R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

    For years, I have been comparing the Clinton family to the family of Warren Gamaliel Harding, our 29th president. Published July 16, 2014

  • An opportunity that can't be lost

    By David Keene - The Washington Times

    After a landslide victory in 2008, Barack Obama and his political advisors vowed to not only fundamentally change America, but to lock down their victory by fundamentally changing the politics of the American West. Published July 16, 2014

  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Planned Parenthood ignores statutory rape

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    In response to the latest of many reports and lawsuits against Planned Parenthood for failure to report sexual abuse of children, Marie Logsden, vice president of communications at Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, said in part: "The well-being of our patients is our highest priority." Published July 16, 2014

  • TAUBE: Hollywood's star-struck love affair with Obama

    By Michael Taube

    When Barack Obama leaves the White House in January 2017, he'll need to move on to another vocation. Fortunately, the president is in luck. Published July 15, 2014

  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Where are the real, peaceful Muslims?

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    Ramadan is a time for prayer and self-reflection for Muslims around the world. Yet as I end my second week of Ramadan looking at the news stories, I can't help but ask, "Where are the real Muslims?" Published July 15, 2014

  • BOOK REVIEW: 'Vodka'

    By Jeremy Lott

    The subject of "Vodka: How a Colorless, Odorless, Flavorless Spirit Conquered America" almost killed me once, but I'm willing to let that go. After all, it wasn't the vodka's fault that I turned out to be violently allergic to it. Published July 15, 2014

  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Are Democrats really pro-black?

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    "Fewer abortion clinics in minority communities: study" (Web, July 11) reports that 36 percent of abortions in the United States are performed on black women. Published July 15, 2014

  • LAMBRO: Global 'tranquility,' Obama-style

    By Donald Lambro

    If anyone needs further evidence the White House is out touch with reality, it came in an official statement this week that President Obama has made the world a more tranquil place. Published July 15, 2014

  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Border surge is Obama's handiwork

    By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

    Night after night I watch, read and listen to the news about all the "children" illegally crossing the border of my country, the United States. Some of these so-called "children" have beards, isn't that odd? Published July 15, 2014

  • SOWELL: Republican exercise in futility

    By Thomas Sowell

    Whenever Democrats are in real trouble politically, the Republicans seem to come up with something new that distracts the public's attention from the Democrats' problems. Who says Republicans are not compassionate? Published July 15, 2014

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