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Ed Feulner

Ed Feulner

Articles by Ed Feulner

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FEULNER: Why is America losing its economic freedom?

For generations, people worldwide who yearn for freedom have looked to the United States. Here, every citizen can speak his mind, pursue his passion and exercise other God-given liberties that are unjustly denied many others around the globe. Published January 13, 2014

El Coloso by Francisco Goya

FEULNER: The alarming growth of government

No matter how we label ourselves — conservative, liberal, moderate or none of the above — we all must grapple with the ever-expanding size and scope of government. Published December 31, 2013

Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

FEULNER: Awaiting a season for civility

Do you think it's too late for a Christmas gift idea? Not for the one I have in mind. It's something you can give right now to anyone you like. It's something that's sorely needed in policy circles and political debates; namely, civility. Published December 24, 2013

Richard Newman, left, works with fellow traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Monday, Dec. 16, 2013. The stock market is opening sharply higher after a pair of multibillion-dollar deals and signs of strength in U.S. manufacturing. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

FEULNER: Capitalism's carping critics

Attacking capitalism never seems to go out of style. Over the past 100 years, few institutions have been attacked so fiercely, so falsely and so foolishly. Published December 16, 2013

**FILE**William F. Buckley Jr., the conservative pioneer and television "Firing Line" host, smiles during an interview at his home in New York on July 20, 2004.  Buckley died Wednesday morning, Feb. 27, 2008.(AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

FEULNER: A toast to Buckley

To millions of readers, he was William F. Buckley Jr.: book author, magazine publisher, televised debater. To me, he was Bill: friend, ally, trailblazer. Published December 2, 2013

Illustration by Donna Grethen

FEULNER: The spirit of America

With the annual media coverage of "Black Friday," it's easy to overlook an important fact: There's a lot of giving going on year-round that isn't gift-wrapped — giving that makes a significant difference in the lives of millions. Published November 25, 2013

A plainclothes Dallas policeman carries the rifle used that day in the assassination of President Kennedy.    Associated Press photo

FEULNER: Reliving the 'End of Days'

There are moments that bring us together as Americans, moments when we can all recall exactly where we were and what we were doing. Published November 18, 2013

Steps lead up to the Senate at the Capitol as a partial government shutdown enters its third week, in Washington, Monday, Oct. 14, 2013. Congress is at an impasse as Senate Democratic and Republican leaders remained at odds over spending in their last-ditch negotiations to end the crises gripping the nation. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

FEULNER: Avoiding fiscal catastrophe

Saying government spending is out of control is an understatement on the scale of saying that Michael Jordan was a good basketball player or Babe Ruth hit some home runs. Published October 14, 2013

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, left, shakes hands with Under Secretary-General for Legal Affairs Miguel Serpa Soares after signing the Arms Trade Treaty during the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters, Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow)

FEULNER: Letting the U.N. target our guns

Loose treaty language is allowing disarmers to set their sights on our Second Amendment. When it comes to international agreements that may seem harmless until you read the fine print, the United Nations' Arms Trade Treaty is a classic. Published October 8, 2013