Charles Hurt | Stories - Washington Times
Skip to content

Charles Hurt

Charles Hurt

Charles Hurt is the Opinion Editor and a columnist for The Washington Times. Often seen as a Fox News contributor on the cable network’s signature evening news roundtable, Mr. Hurt in his 20-year career has worked his way up from a beat reporter for the Detroit News and Washington correspondent for the Charlotte Observer before joining The Washington Times in 2003. He later served as D.C. bureau chief and White House correspondent for the New York Post and editor at the Drudge Report.

Sign Up For Charles Hurt's Newsletter

Breaking News Alerts


Articles by Charles Hurt

HURT: Same movement, but different smell

It is high time the tea party comes to grips with reality that, indeed, their protests of recent years and the Occupy anything protests of late are, in fact, one in the same movement. Published November 15, 2011

HURT: So what is it, exactly, 'we can't wait' for?

We can't wait"? Seriously? This is the best argument President Obama can come up with for why he deserves a second term? Not exactly the jingle juggernaut from his last campaign. He has gone from the hopeful and promising "Yes, we can!" to the depressing and defeated "No, we can't!" Published November 1, 2011

HURT: Practice saying 'GOP nominee Romney'

As the once impossible begins to feel inevitable, conservatives find themselves grappling with the uncomfortable concept of falling in line behind former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. Published September 27, 2011

HURT: Stalker's book on Palin fetid, yet feted

OK, so Sarah Palin dabbled in cocaine and slept with a black man, according to a new "book" by a creepy stalker. This, to the horror of the political media set. The same charges, of course, can be said of the current occupants of the White House. Published September 20, 2011

HURT: Re-election trumps phony green hype

First came the death panels, unchecked socialism and czarists run amok. Now President Obama has decided to kill as many as 12,000 Americans. In addition, he aims to give heart attacks to another 5,300, send 20,000 more to hospitals and emergency rooms and sicken another 2.5 million so they miss school or work. Published September 6, 2011

HURT: Tossing aside 'hope' and 'change'

The surest sign yet that President Obama will cashier his "hope" and "change" gimmicks from the last campaign in favor of a switchblade and brass knuckles for the next one was the stunning landmark decision he quietly made last week before hightailing it up to Martha's Vineyard for a trip to Luxuryville. Published August 23, 2011

President Obama arrives at the White House on Aug. 9, 2011, after making an unannounced trip to Dover Air Force Base, in Dover, Del., to pay tribute to the 30 U.S. troops killed over the weekend in Afghanistan. (Associated Press)

HURT: Fallen off Olympus, Obama stammers

The most shocking thing about President Obama's political implosion from bright supernova to deadened black hole has been the complete undoing of his ability to speak. Published August 9, 2011

President Obama addresses the nation from the White House on July 25, 2011, on the approaching debt limit deadline. (Associated Press)

HURT: Obama offers lectures but no answers

The whole problem with the teleprompter is it can't come up with a plan. It doesn't have any of its own ideas. Truth is, it doesn't come up with anything at all that you don't type into it. Published July 26, 2011

HURT: Debt mess maxes out on all fronts

OK, so you wake up from a long drunken bender and discover that you burned through every bit of your money, raided your retirement savings and maxed out all your credit cards with debts your grandchildren will be paying for the rest of their lives. What do you do? Published July 19, 2011

HURT: Cash clears up nanny's safety worries

As we all know from state and local laws that have been on the books for years, fireworks are dangerous and, without proper government supervision, can cause serious damage, injury and even death. Published July 5, 2011