Skip to content

James Varney

James Varney was a national correspondent for The Washington Times. 

Articles by James Varney

James Moffatt, pastor of Church Unlimited, said his legal victory was for all churches. (Courtesy photo/James Moffatt)

James Moffatt, church pastor, stood up against shutdown

Pastor James Moffatt doesn't pretend he has faced lions and gladiators on the bloody sands of Rome like early Christians, but he has had an unwelcome whiff of what it is like to stand up for his faith against the all-powerful state. Published April 18, 2021

Susan Greene Woodfin is aware of discrimination and expertly hides some bitterness based on personal experience, but her myriad successes and unflappable demeanor belie the perceived status quo about race in America, which often paints an unremittingly bleak picture. (Photo courtesy of Susan Green Woodfin)

Susan Woodfin successes contradict race status quo

It would be easy for Louisiana Dairy Queen customers to assume Susan Greene Woodfin is just another Black woman earning hourly wages, but the woman serving up Blizzards is the owner of the location. Published April 11, 2021

In this file photo, an empty hallway is shown at a school in Detroit, Mich., Monday, Feb. 8, 2021.  Associated Press) ** FILE **

Parents Defending Education fights critical race theory in schools

A group of parents alarmed by what they see as left-wing indoctrination sweeping through K-12 schools on Tuesday announced a new online clearinghouse of information designed to help families navigate what's happening in their children's classrooms. Published March 30, 2021