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Emily Miller

Emily Miller

Emily Miller is senior editor of opinion for The Washington Times. She is the author of “Emily Gets Her Gun … But Obama Wants to Take Yours” (Regnery 2013). Miller won the 2012 Clark Mollenhoff Award for Investigative Reporting from the Institute on Political Journalism.

Articles by Emily Miller

Mark Witaschek

MILLER: Prosecution rests in trial for D.C. man charged for one shotgun shell

The District of Columbia has finished presenting its case on why Mark Witaschek is a danger to society for possessing a single shotgun shell and muzzleloader sabots in his home. This outrageous legal battle shows how far unelected, anti-gun liberals will go to attempt to destroy a man’s life. Published February 23, 2014

FILE: Paul Clement, a lawyer for 26 states seeking to have the Affordable Care Act tossed out, speaks to reporters in front of the Supreme Court at the end of arguments regarding the health care law signed by President Obama. March 28, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

MILLER: Court gives NRA a big win for concealed carry gun rights in California

Second Amendment advocates won a major victory on Thursday when the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the individual right to bear arms applies outside the home. Specifically, the court said that San Diego’s restrictive concealed carry laws that require citizens to prove a need to defend themselves are unconstitutional. Published February 13, 2014

"American Rifle" magazine published by the NRA

MILLER: NRA’s 'American Rifleman' surges to top 25 magazines in America

President Obama’s second term effort to get Americans to hate guns has backfired. This is evidenced by the news that circulation for the magazine “American Rifleman” has broken into the top 25 magazines in the country, according to the Alliance for Audited Media. Published February 6, 2014

President Barack Obama speaks to students and teachers, Education Department and Maryland officials at Buck Lodge Middle School in Adelphi, Md., Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014, about the progress toward his ConnectED goal of connecting 99 percent of students to next-generation broadband and wireless technology within five years. President Obama has secured commitments from U.S. companies worth about $750 million to get more students connected to high-speed Internet. AT&T, Sprint, Apple and Microsoft are among the companies pitching in.    (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

MILLER: Tyrant Obama will force liberalism on America

Barack Obama was once a constitutional law professor, but now views the founding document as irrelevant. The president is ruling by decree, instead of working with a divided Congress. Published February 5, 2014