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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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Illustration on the foundations of Christianity in American history and culture by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

The boogeyman of Christian nationalism

With the midterm elections just a couple of weeks away, the woke cries of Christian nationalism are again on the rise. Published October 21, 2022

Illustration on the LGBT agenda and children by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

‘Family friendly’ drag queen shows are anything but

This week's news comes from Bartlesville, Oklahoma where key influencers such as Phillips 66 and State Farm Insurance decided that the most important thing this town needed was a "family friendly" drag queen show. Published October 16, 2022

Illustration on Queen Elizabeth's passing by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Long live the Queen!

Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne of the British monarchy in 1953, and at 25 years of age, she assumed the authority of "Queen Head of the Commonwealth and Defender of the Faith." Published September 10, 2022

Illustration on labeling Republicans as terrorists by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

All Republicans are now terrorists

Last week, Financial Times associate editor, Edward Luce, tweeted that Republicans are the most "dangerous" political force in the world, bar none. Published August 21, 2022

Illustration on the Department of Justice (DOJ) by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Why are no Democrats prosecuted by Garland’s DOJ?

On Wednesday, Aug. 10, Merrick Garland, the United States attorney general, confidently strutted to the national podium and asserted, "No person is above the law in this country." Published August 14, 2022

Ron DeSantis Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

DeSantis is the leader that America needs

Gov. Ron DeSantis has repeatedly proven that he is a man of courage and conviction. His response to COVID-19 encouraged millions to stop living in fear. Published August 7, 2022

Liberty Starts at Home Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Why I’m not running for ‘higher office’

Note to reader: A few months ago, I received a phone call from my county sheriff. He asked me to run for county commissioner here in Osage County, Oklahoma. Published July 30, 2022

Illustration on  Presbyterian minister Heath Rada preaching false doctrine by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Pastor Heath Rada fiddles while Rome burns

This week, as the headlines in the news were laden with more and more evidence of a world gone mad, the grand prize for the "Best Fiddler While Rome Burns" award goes to Presbyterian minister Heath Rada. Published July 17, 2022

Illustration on the cultural attacks on womanhood by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

The canine behavior of the LGBTQ cabal

This past week, The New York Times published an opinion piece finally admitting that today's LGBTQ cabal of rainbow activists is little more than a misogynistic cult. Published July 10, 2022