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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Rusty Humphries
The Washington Times announced today that Rusty Humphries, a nationally syndicated talk personality, will have an expansive role with The Times as a weekly columnist, a blogger and a daily video-show host.
After conducting a search and straw poll, a national tea party group has settled on a Republican primary challenger to House Speaker John A. Boehner, picking high school teacher J.D. Winteregg to carry the tea party banner in the intraparty battle.
Monday was Patriots' Day in Boston — a local holiday commemorating the city's unique role in the American Revolution. The Boston Marathon was being held. The Red Sox were playing early. People were outside enjoying the sun and festivities. And then horror struck.
Columnist Rusty Humphries says when Rush Limbaugh and the other big nationwide conservative talk shows arrived, other forms of conservative media grew with them.
"This is an interesting moment for me," Mr. Humphries tells Inside the Beltway.