By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Brett Decker, who has led the development of the print and online versions of the The Washington Times' Commentary section since 2009, resigned Wednesday as the paper's editorial-page editor.
Veteran journalist David S. Jackson has been named the new executive editor of The Washington Times, President and CEO Larry Beasley announced Wednesday.
Larry Beasley, The Washington Times' new chief executive officer, moved quickly Tuesday to name his own leadership team and set the 30-year-old newspaper on an unambiguous path toward profitability.
Douglas D.M. Joo, who has served The Washington Times and its affiliated publications as a senior executive, president, chairman and the company's board chairman for more than two decades, is stepping down, the newspaper's executives announced Sunday.
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"Our readers know Wes for his witty political commentary, but he also has a keen sense of how to lift The Washington Times' opinion pages to a higher level to provide intellectual leadership on such issues as free enterprise, strong defense and traditional American values," said Larry Beasley, president and chief executive officer of The Times.