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Everett Piper

Everett Piper

Everett Piper (, @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). He can be reached at

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CNN's Don Lemon Man Bad Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

'Dear Don Lemon, You're not God'

Last Monday, CNN host Don Lemon strutted onto the world's stage to declare that Christian orthodoxy is wrong. Published April 2, 2021

No Dissent Tolerated Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Signs of the Orwellian times

It's "1984," and we are living in schizophrenic times. Orwellian times. The best of times, but yet the worst. Published March 14, 2021

Illustration on freedom of religion and abortion by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Satanists sue for religious right to ritual abortions

This past week while the nation was distracted by Joe Biden's dementia-ridden incompetence, The Satanic Temple of Texas filed suit to defend its religious right to engage in child sacrifice as a spiritual ritual. Published March 6, 2021

Illustration on the impact of the Equality bill by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

The Equality Act and the abolition of women

The Equality Act, like all other Orwellian doublespeak pouring forth from the mouths of our Beltway-betters, does precisely the opposite of what it portends. Published February 28, 2021

In this Oct. 28. 2020 file photo, Facebook CEO of Mark Zuckerberg appears on a screen as he speaks remotely during a hearing before the Senate Commerce Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington.  (Michael Reynolds/Pool via AP)  **FILE**

An open letter to Mark Zuckerberg

This week I had a new Facebook "friend" send me this note: "Upon liking your professional page a minute ago, Facebook warned me that your page 'has repeatedly shared false information.'" Published February 14, 2021

Illustration American exceptionalism and biblical belief by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

America is exceptional because of its Christian heritage

We are now three weeks into the Biden/Harris administration. Donald Trump is gone. Frankly, he has no authority, and his voice is increasingly irrelevant in the political dialogue that will define our nation. Published February 7, 2021

Illustration on the meaning of Christmas by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

What Christmas is all about

Many of us remember the classic narration from the Gospel of Luke presented by Linus in George Schultz's "A Charlie Brown Christmas" Published December 27, 2020

Illustration on COVID19 and Christmas by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Thanks Michael Osterholm, but I think we'll celebrate Christmas after all

On Dec. 10, 2020, Michael Osterholm, Joe Biden's pick for COVID czar, took to CNN to declare the following: "I think we really just have to tell the American public in hard language what's happening here, and far too often we've tried to, you might say, split the middle." Published December 12, 2020