Tara Wall is an award-winning journalist and national political commentator with over 13 years of broadcast news experience that includes extensive investigative education and political reporting.
Wall anchors The Washington Times television and radio news reports, writes and produces a regular blog column and video commentary “Tara’s Two Cents” for the WashingtonTimes.com. Her column topics range from administration policy initiatives to faith and family, race relations and the national political landscape.
Wall is also editor of TheConservatives.com, a product of The Washington Times. TheConservatives.com is a premiere site highlighting a social network of thought and original writing on issues impacting the conservative movement.
Articles by Tara Wall
Sen. John McCain, Arizona Republican, tackled some tough yet timely topics on The Washington Times' American Morning News Tuesday. Turmoil among voters in Iran, who have taken to the streets at their peril and in protest of alleged election rigging, had the senator issuing strong condemnations and a recommendation for the Obama administration. Mr. McCain said he believes Iran's presidential election was rigged and that the U.S. should do "whatever is necessary" to halt their nuclear weapons.
June 16, 2009
- Bush sees dangers closing Gitmo
January 16, 2009
- WALL: The president's not-so-Secret Service
January 6, 2009
- WALL: Celebrate Christmas
December 23, 2008
- WALL: Blago's blunders
December 16, 2008
- WALL: A way out of Iraq
December 9, 2008
- WALL: Obama -- tested and untried
December 2, 2008
- WALL: In rough times ...
November 25, 2008
- WALL: A mandate for traditional, not gay, marriage
November 18, 2008
- WALL: What's next for Republicans?
November 11, 2008