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Rusty Humphries

Rusty Humphries

At 47 years old, Rusty Humphries has been in the radio and music business for over 25 years. The former nationally syndicated talk-personality is now seen and heard at The Washington Times.

Articles by Rusty Humphries

Rusty Humphries' music video: Sneakin' in to the U.S.A.

Sneakin' in to the U.S.A. — the music video!

You want to come to America? Great! Embrace our flag, learn our language, follow our laws and be prepared to provide for your family, without Government handouts. Published September 17, 2014

The "Atlas Shrugged, Part II" T-shirt. (Image from The Strike Productions)

HUMPHRIES: 'Who is John Galt?' Meet Kristoffer Polaha

In the final installment, "Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?" (opening Sept. 12), we meet the man behind the strike and find out his reason for trying to bring the world to its knees. Published September 9, 2014

The Liberal Bully of the Week --- Josh Earnest

President Obama may have admitted he doesn't have a strategy for dealing with the Islamic State, but he does have a blueprint for handling his critics here in the United States, because to this president, they are the real enemy. Published September 5, 2014

FILE - In this Dec. 11, 2012 file photo, a protester, wearing a Michigan Education Association helmet, walks past Michigan State Police at the State Capitol in Lansing, Mich., in an unsuccessful effort to block passage of right-to-work legislation that bans labor agreements that require employees to pay fees to the unions that represent them. Organized labor and pro-business groups are waging an intense lobbying campaign directed at Michigan teachers who will decide whether to remain in their union. The teachers’ decisions will be the first big test of the state’s new right-to-work law. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

HUMPHRIES: Big Labor IS the Big Guy

When politicians “negotiate” with public union bosses, taxpayers don’t have a seat at the table. We’re the fresh meat getting chopped up and sold on the table. Published September 4, 2014

HUMPHRIES: Please, Mitt … Don't!

We are far too intelligent a people than to fall for these cheap political stunts perpetrated by the Left and their cheerleaders in the media. We don’t need the next presidential election to be a rerun of 2012, or 2008, or 1992. Published September 3, 2014

Hillary Rodham Clinton (AP Photo)

Politics as character

Hillary Clinton doesn’t think she should have to beg. She thinks she should be carried into the White House on a sedan chair. Published August 20, 2014

Displaced Iraqis from the Yazidi community gather at a park near the Turkey-Iraq border at the Ibrahim al-Khalil crossing, as they try to cross to Turkey, in Zakho, 300 miles (475 kilometers) northwest of Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, Aug. 15, 2014. The U.N. this week declared the situation in Iraq a "Level 3 Emergency" — a decision that came after some 45,000 members of the Yazidi religious minority were able to escape from a remote desert mountaintop where they had been encircled by Islamic State fighters. The extremist group views them as apostates and had vowed to kill any who did not convert to Islam. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

Wielding hugs and scimitars

It's tough to think of a lower moment for the American presidency than what President Obama has done to it during the past couple of weeks. He stubbornly insisted on a sweet vacation at Martha's Vineyard while the world exploded. Published August 15, 2014

A conservative in Hollywood?

In this exclusive video interview, you find out what Jay Leno is really like, and you’ll see even though author Dave Berg is a conservative in such a liberal town, why people there like and respect him. Published August 12, 2014

Liberal Bully of the Week — the lawless activist

Either immigration laws are laws or they’re just guidelines. If they’re merely guidelines, then sure, everyone with a tough life can stroll across the border and make themselves at home. Published August 7, 2014