If there is a signature image of the impact and influence The Washington Times has had over its four decades chronicling the city, the nation and the world, it came on the night of April 29, 1995, in a Washington ballroom packed with politicos, bureaucrats, journalists and celebrities.
Freedom, family, faith: Celebrating 40 years of The Washington Times
"Freedom, family, faith: Celebrating 40 years of The Washington Times" is a Special Commemorative Anniversary Edition supplement to The Washington Times.
For 40 years, The Washington Times has stood sentinel along the banks of the Potomac River, shining a bright light into all corners of the federal government.
No wisdom is regarded as conventional on the Commentary pages of The Washington Times, where a distinguished array of the nation's opinion leaders, commentators and scholars offer challenging, informed thoughts.
During the 1980s, The Washington Times became a valuable resource for those who wanted know what was on President Ronald Reagan's mind -- or how to influence his thinking.
The Washington Times was conceived as a strongly visual paper for a strongly visual world. For 40 years, that sensibility has not wavered.
Peers in the trade honor newspaper's efforts
Starting a daily newspaper seemed like a huge gamble in 1982, and starting one in the nation's capital seemed an even crazier idea.