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Everett Piper

Everett Piper

Everett Piper (dreverettpiper.com, @dreverettpiper), a columnist for The Washington Times, is a former university president and radio host. He is the author of “Not a Daycare: The Devastating Consequences of Abandoning Truth” (Regnery).

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Illustration on fading tradition in American Christianity by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Church leaders sell their souls to the Democratic Party

This political season has shined a spotlight on some very ugly facts concerning America's heart and soul, and among them is this -- Christianity in the United States is now in the midst of great reversal of its Great Awakening. Published October 16, 2020

Illustration on the Democratic Party by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

'Democrats are a party of hate and death. And they admit it'

Democrats are now a Nietzschean party of the Ubermensch -- a party of racial, political and ideological supremacists who openly disdain all who disagree with their Marxist march for power and bloodlust for control. Published October 10, 2020

Illustration on law and personal responsibility by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

A response to woke pastors concerning Breonna Taylor

What laws exactly would you change? Would you demand that the police secure a duly issued warrant? They had one. Would you require that they announce themselves before entering the building? They did. Published September 27, 2020

Illustration on American history education by Alexander Hunter/The WashingtonTimes

Liberals howl when Trump announces '1776 Commission'

On Thursday, Sept. 17, President Trump signed a proclamation extolling our country's virtues and praising our Founding Fathers for their courage, wisdom, insight and sacrifice as they crafted a Constitution that would guard and guarantee life and liberty for all United States citizens. Published September 18, 2020

Illustration on a repetition of history in America by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

We now live in an America where mob rule crushes all dissent

Wanton destruction coast to coast. Rioters burning down entire car dealerships in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Protesters chanting "F___ Your Jesus" in the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina. Hate, violence, death and destruction. Published September 6, 2020

Illustration on cultural confusion and public education by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Paying for the indoctrination of hate in our children

On July 27, 2020, Timothy Snediker, philosophy of religion teacher at the University of California, Santa Barbara, responded to a survey posted on Twitter that asked the following question: "If you were dropped 2000 years back in time with nothing but the knowledge you have now, what would you do?" Published August 15, 2020

Protesters burn an American flag in downtown Portland, Ore., July 4, 2020. Portland police say more than 12 people were arrested early Sunday after throwing fireworks and mortars as they clashed with police during the latest rally decrying police brutality. (Beth Nakamura/The Oregonian via AP)

America burns while our schools hold the match

Your teacher unions and many of their members march in solidarity with Marxists while they malign capitalism. They defend the destruction of Antifa. They applaud the divisiveness of BLM. Published July 18, 2020

Illustration on the single origin of the human race by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

'Race is a lie. Stop believing it'

We are made in the image of God. He designed us and defined us, and when we compromise His description of who we are we not only compromise the dignity of man but also denigrate the very definition of God. Published June 5, 2020