By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
CNN's Don Lemon interviewed Emily Miller on "CNN Newsroom" for a panel debate a over the Associated Press deciding to stop using the term "illegal immigrants." They also discussed whether it is political correct to use the term "gay marriage" instead of "marriage equality" and parents who overshare about their children on Facebook.
CNN's Jake Tapper interviewed Emily Miller on "The Lead" about Republicans infighting over immigration reform and same-sex marriage.
CNN's Anderson Cooper interviewed Emily Miller on "AC360" about President Obama's White House press conference Thursday calling for more gun-control laws.
Herring Broadcasting, owner of the Wealth TV network, and The Washington Times announced Thursday that they have joined in a strategic partnership to create a new national cable news network called One America News, set to debut nationwide this summer.
After reading "Gun grabbers kill jobs" (Web, Wednesday), my eyes are open to a new light. My family and I are great supporters of the Second Amendment. Writer Emily Miller has definitely captured what is really happening in America as a result of the government's push for control over the citizens it is trying to "protect."
Emily Miller's article on high-capacity magazine bans ("The high-capacity magazine myth," Comment & Analysis, Monday) does not address a critical concern about these anti-gun bills: the violence they would do to Fifth Amendment protections by depriving Americans of their property without due process.
In "Bob Costas shoots himself in the foot" (Commentary, Wednesday), Emily Miller writes, "The timing of the anti-gun efforts is not a coincidence." She then quotes National Rifle Association President David Keene pointing out that anti-gun speech has increased since President Obama's re-election. The implication is that many expect Mr. Obama to take some action detrimental to gun rights.
In "Relief from Taxmageddon" (Commentary, June 20), Emily Miller made a point that cannot be repeated often enough: Combined with the tax increases included in the Obama health care plan, allowing tax rates to ratchet up from 2001 levels would result in a historic overall tax increase.
Emily Miller has done it again, this time with her fascinating four-part series concerning Army 1st Sgt. Matthew Corrigan ("Breaking doors and the Constitution," Commentary, Wednesday). Bravo. This is the type of thorough investigative journalism America should expect from all media.
Washington Times Senior Editor for Opinion Emily Miller was awarded the Clark Mollenhoff Award for Investigative Reporting from the Institute on Political Journalism.
The District grabbed the guns belonging to 1st Lt. Augustine Kim and won't give them back. Two years ago, the South Carolina Army national guardsman had been injured on his second tour of duty in Afghanistan. Now he's fighting to restore his constitutional rights.
Thank you for "D.C.'s newest shooter" (Page B1, Tuesday) concerning D.C. Council Chairman Kwame R. Brown and his recent experience at a gun range.
I've been following Emily Miller's get-a-gun-in-D.C. series with great interest ("D.C.'s gun law deception," Web, March 13). Clearly concocted by Washington's bureaucracy for no other reason than to deny a civil right recognized by the United States Constitution and upheld by the Supreme Court, D.C.'s maze of restrictions on lawful gun ownership is certainly thorough.
D.C. officials will do just about anything to keep law-abiding citizens from lawfully possessing a gun in the city. The Washington Times' Emily Miller has found in the "Emily Gets Her Gun" series that the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) has been spreading false information about firearms ownership. As a result, residents and nonresidents who have done nothing wrong risk false arrest and gun confiscation. As of Friday, the MPD's Firearms Registration Office had not removed the incorrect information from its website.
I wish to congratulate Emily Miller on the success of her columns describing the barriers to getting a gun in Washington ("Emily got her gun!" Web, Feb. 8).
In "Bob Costas shoots himself in the foot" (Commentary, Wednesday), Emily Miller writes, "The timing of the anti-gun efforts is not a coincidence."
She then quotes National Rifle Association President David Keene pointing out that anti-gun speech has increased since President Obama's re-election.