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Robert Knight

Robert Knight is senior fellow for the American Civil Rights Union and a columnist for The Washington Times.

Articles by Robert Knight

A school-girl takes a photograph of Pope Benedict XVI  with her phone at at St Mary's University College during day two of the Pope's four day state visit to Britain in Twickenham, London Friday Sept.17, 2010. (AP Photo/Peter Macdiarmid, Pool)

KNIGHT: In a class by themselves

Years ago, when I was writing a book called "The Age of Consent," about moral relativism, I was warned by a book agent that it wouldn't fly with New York publishers. Published December 8, 2013

Former President Jimmy Carter smiles while speaking with members of the media during a news conference at a Habitat for Humanity construction site in the Globeville neighborhood of Denver, Wednesday Oct. 9, 2013. Carter and his wife Rosalynn are commemorating their three decade relationship with Habitat for Humanity by helping build affordable housing in Denver. The Carters will head to New York City next to repair and renovate homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

KNIGHT: Jimmy Carter's change of heart

With the media giving 24/7 coverage to the federal shutdown and debt-ceiling standoff, other important news is slipping under the radar. Published October 13, 2013

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KNIGHT: Culture clash in the high country

Just because the mountain air is thin at 7,800 feet and the New Age is evident in various ways doesn't mean that Coloradans have totally lost their sense of reality. Published August 5, 2013

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KNIGHT: When government grows like kudzu

The federal government is growing like kudzu. That's the Japanese ivy plant that's taking over roadsides all over the south and is even invading the north. Published July 22, 2013