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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.

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Protesters ride around after the announcement of the grand jury decision Monday, Nov. 24, 2014, in Ferguson, Mo. A grand jury has decided not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, the unarmed, black 18-year-old whose fatal shooting sparked sometimes violent protests. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Live from the Ferguson riots

Right away, it appeared as if the protestors came ready to rumble, with vitriol and threats shouted at police even before the decision was read. Published November 25, 2014

Liberal Bully of the Week: Emperor Obama

To quote the band Styx from the classic 1977 song "Come Sail Away": "I tried Oh Lord I tried to carry on ..." to not give the "Bully Award" to Barack Obama once again. However, I had no choice. President Obama has taken bullying to a whole new level not seen since maybe Hugo Chavez (another liberal darling). Published November 23, 2014

Illustration by Mark Herron

LIBERAL BULLY OF THE WEEK: Emperor Barack Hussein Obama

To quote the band Styx from the classic 1977 song "Come Sail Away": "I tried ... Oh Lord I tried ... to carry on ..." and not give the Bully Award to Barack Obama once again. However, I had no choice. Published November 21, 2014

President Obama is poised to thwart Congress and offer amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants, something he said he was opposed to in a 2010 speech. (Associated Press)

Slumlords rejoice: 'Amnesty' Obama to the rescue

Amnesty may be good for growth of slumlords and those who take advantage of the poor and weak. But this most certainly will not bring growth for the average middle class American who will be paying the bill. Published November 19, 2014

"Back in the '80s and '90s, there wasn't a musical act I hadn't interviewed and many of them became friends," write Rusty Humphries. One of those performers was Whitney Houston. (Associated Press)

I have officially failed as a parent

I hang my head with shame, shock and disbelief! To confuse Wham! with the Beatles. As a father, I can only apologize to my fellow music lovers for not educating my children well enough. Published November 17, 2014

Like Christmas, over the years, Veterans Day and Thanksgiving have become less about the true meaning and more about the day off from work and all that encompasses, writes Rusty Humphries. (Andrew Geraci/The Washington Times)

Let's not forget to give thanks

November is one of the most important months of the year for giving thanks. Veterans Day and Thanksgiving both are foremost in these holidays. Published November 12, 2014

Illustration by Mark Herron

Liberal Bully of the Week: Nurse Kaci Hickox

All of a sudden we've got an Ebola nurse, Kaci Hickox, reinventing herself as the new lefty "in your face, you stupid hayseeds" Internet scold. She's got lawyers - the kind of lawyers who visit the White House on occasion. Published October 31, 2014

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!

I have received so many kind emails, prayers, words of inspiration and mentions on my Facebook page I cannot thank you enough. Published October 29, 2014

So, I almost died last week

Rusty Humphries' surgery took four-and-a-half hours. "I thought it was only going to take one hour," he says. "What did the doctor do, go out to lunch in the middle of it all?" Published October 27, 2014

President Obama meets with financial regulators for a discussion on the economy and to receive an update on implementation of Wall Street Reform on Monday, Oct. 6, 2014, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Midterm voters beware: Democratic Party plan isn't working

The economic life once teeming in our cities and inside our shopping malls has been extinguished by the sour economy, choked out by politicians who think they have a right to play with peoples' lives for their personal benefit. Published October 14, 2014

Liberal Bully of the Week: Ben Affleck

"Liberals have really failed on the topic of theocracy," said atheist author Sam Harris on Bill Maher's HBO talk show last Friday. Published October 11, 2014

Rapper Lil Jon performs in Rock The Vote's Turn Out For What video.

A virus more dangerous than Ebola

Hollywood never fails to shine a bright light on the worst of what our culture is. Unfortunately, in this Alice in Wonderland, upside down world we are living in the light that should be shown to expose what wrong, is now illuminating bad, as what is good. Published October 8, 2014