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Articles by Jeffrey T. Kuhner

Illustration: Obama's centrism by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

KUHNER: Obama is no centrist

President Obama is trying to reposition himself as a moderate. His State of the Union address was aimed at convincing the public that he is serious about fiscal responsibility and reining in out-of-control budget deficits. His public relations offensive boils down to one seminal theme: Socialism is out; centrism is in. Published January 27, 2011

Illustration: Abortion by Linas Garsys for The Washington Times

KUHNER: The fetal solution

America has death camps. This is the heinous reality liberal elites have been trying to conceal. A Philadelphia abortion doctor, Kermit Gosnell, was arrested Wednesday along with his wife and eight other suspects. The 69-year-old abortionist is charged with causing the death of a woman during a botched abortion and also killing seven babies. Prosecutors say the infants were born alive following illegal late-term abortions and then were murdered by having their spinal cords ripped apart with scissors. Published January 20, 2011

Illustration: Jared Lee Loughner by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

KUHNER: Obama's Tucson degradation

President Obama is cynically exploiting the tragic shooting in Tucson for political gain. His memorial address Wednesday night was a surreal spectacle in narcissistic self-congratulation. It dishonored the victims, those who were murdered and maimed by Jared Lee Loughner, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, Arizona Democrat. Published January 13, 2011

Illustration: Obama policy target by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

KUHNER: The GOP's last stand

The Republican Party has one last chance to save itself. This is the real meaning of this week's historic moment when former House Speaker and present Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi transferred the gavel to newly elected Speaker of the House John A. Boehner. Published January 6, 2011

Illustration: NFL snowman by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

KUHNER: The fall of America

With 2010 drawing to a close, the American moment is ending not with a bang but a whimper. The 2000s will be remembered as the era of American decline. Published December 30, 2010

Illustration: Zero percent by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

KUHNER: The coming Republican civil war

The tax deal has exposed major divisions within the Republican Party. It has triggered deep fissures in GOP ranks - especially among many potential candidates for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. Published December 16, 2010

POINTED REMARKS: At a news conference Tuesday, President Obama likened the GOP to hostage-takers, hearkening back to his accusations that Republicans were holding middle-class tax cuts "hostage." (Associated Press)

KUHNER: Obama's final betrayal

President Obama has made a fatal political mistake: He has shattered his progressive base - perhaps permanently. His liberal hour is over. This is the real meaning of the White House's tax deal with Republicans. Published December 9, 2010

Illustration: Assange Wanted by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

KUHNER: Assassinate Assange?

Julian Assange poses a clear and present danger to American national security. The WikiLeaks founder is more than a reckless provocateur. He is aiding and abetting terrorists in their war against America. The administration must take care of the problem - effectively and permanently. Published December 2, 2010

Illustration Obama boot by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

KUHNER: Obama's police state

President Obama is engaging in a relentless assault on our freedoms and constitutional government. The growing backlash against the new Published November 26, 2010

Illustration: Ukraine

KUHNER: Will Ukraine survive?

Moscow is on the march. Vladimir Putin's Russia is the most destabilizing - and reckless - great power on the world stage. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia could have become a stable democracy at peace with its neighbors. Published November 18, 2010

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi if Calif., center, laughs during the groundbreaking ceremony for the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial, Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010, in Washington.   (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

KUHNER: Psycho Pelosi

Is outgoing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi mentally stable? Sanity - at least for Democrats - is subjective. Yet, following the Republicans' historic election landslide, it was assumed that Mrs. Pelosi would step down as House Democratic leader. Some even thought the unpopular San Francisco liberal would resign from Congress. Published November 11, 2010

Illustration: Obama's economy by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

KUHNER: The one-term president

President Obama has lost more than the midterm election. He has lost his moral and political legitimacy. On Tuesday, voters repudiated Mr. Obama's socialist policies. The Democrats lost the House of Representatives in a Published November 4, 2010

Illustration: Soros by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

KUHNER: The Soros empire

George Soros is back. The leftist billionaire wrote a column this week calling for the legalization of marijuana. In the Wall Street Journal's op-ed pages, Mr. Soros supports California's Proposition 19, the ballot initiative that would legalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana and its domestic cultivation. Published October 28, 2010

Illustration by M. Ryder

KUHNER: Middle America revolts

America is in the midst of a second revolution. The November elections threaten to sweep away the Democrats' control of Congress and Republicans into the dustbin of history. Published October 21, 2010

Illustration by Tunin, Moscow, Russia

KUHNER: Demolishing the Democrats

The Democrats are on the verge of a historical defeat. Just two years ago, the party seemed to be forging a majority governing coalition. It controlled Congress, key governorships and many state legislatures. And with the 2008 election of President Obama, the Democrats occupied the White House. Published October 14, 2010

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Radio talk show host Michael Savage.

KUHNER: Savage conservatism

Michael Savage has written a timely and important book. The fiery talk radio host, whose show, "The Savage Nation," boasts nearly 10 million weekly listeners, is on a political jihad against President Obama. Published October 7, 2010

Illustration: Croatia by Linas Garsys for The Washington Times

KUHNER: A modern mafia state

Croatia is at a crossroads. The former Yugoslav republic is on the verge of entering the European Union. Accession talks have begun, and many Croatians hope the nation will join the EU by next year. Published September 30, 2010

Illustration: Flag burning by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

KUHNER: Obama's Koran-burning hypocrisy

Liberals love the Koran. This is the message that was sent in advance of Rev. Terry Jones' planned burning of the Koran to commemorate the nine-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. The Florida minister had planned to deliberately desecrate the Muslim holy book to draw attention to the violent barbarism of radical Islam. Published September 9, 2010

Illustration by DE ANGELIS, Rome, Italy

KUHNER: How Obama lost Iraq

"This is worse than a crime, it's a blunder," said French statesman Charles M. de Talleyrand. The statement sums up President Obama's approach to Iraq. Published September 2, 2010

Illustration: Mayor Bloomberg by Taylor Jones

KUHNER: Bloomberg for president?

New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg says opponents of the Ground Zero Mosque are "un-American." The liberal billionaire vows to nix any compromise that would move the proposed 13-story Islamic cultural center and mosque to another location - one farther away from the site of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks at the World Trade Center. Published August 26, 2010