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Frank Perley

Frank Perley

Frank Perley, Senior Editor for Opinion, began his journalism career when he joined The Washington Times at its inception in 1982 and has worked as a reporter, corporate executive and editor.

Articles by Frank Perley

Illustration: Border reaper by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

PERLEY: Mexico’s migrant massacres

The dream of a better life in America came to a terrifying halt last week for 72 Central and South American migrants trapped between gunfire and cinder-block walls. The scene of blindfolded and bound bodies strewn where they fell in an abandoned warehouse near the Mexican town of San Fernando exhibited a measure of cruelty beyond the comprehension of the civilized world. Published September 1, 2010

Illustration: Marriage by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

PERLEY: Posthaste move toward post-race

Just when Americans began to tune out the cacophony of news headlines and tune in the summer season of family, friends and relaxation, the nagging issue of race resurfaced. No matter one's skin color, it's "Here we go again." Published July 27, 2010

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has denied any connection between his government and the militant Hezbollah group in southern Lebanon.

PERLEY: Hillary and Hugo

Hugo Chavez has been amusing himself lately spurning the advances by Hillary Rodham Clinton. Instead, he ought to give her a hug and a Chavista of the Year medal. After all, the U.S. secretary of state has been laboring recently at the task that Venezuela's strongman considers Job No. 1: making the case for socialism. Published June 15, 2010