The Washington Times hosted a symposium on Tuesday where experts discussed the importance of family, religion and moral integrity to the nation's future as part of a celebration of the paper's 30th anniversary.
The Washington Times' 30th Anniversary Gala
Exclusive video and news coverage of The Washington Times' 30th Anniversary Gala and the Family, Faith, Freedom and Service Symposium held October 2, 2012 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel.
By David R. Sands - The Washington Times
Former Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld offered a sharp and at times biting critique of the Obama administration's defense and national security record, saying the president's policies in the Middle East, Europe and East Asia have cost the country prestige and influence and put America on a path to decline. Published October 2, 2012
The Washington Times will mark three decades of publishing a daily newspaper in the nation's capital Oct. 2 with a symposium and banquet that will highlight the paper's founding values of family, faith, freedom and service.
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Friends of The Washington Times will gather Tuesday to celebrate 30 years of faith, family and freedom in the nation's capital. A glance through the paper's headlines over the decades is a testament to how The Washington Times has remained true to its mission.