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Kelly Riddell

Kelly Riddell

Kelly Riddell is a former columnist and commentary writer for The Washington Times.

Articles by Kelly Riddell

Comeback Boxing Champ Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

The art of the comeback

The only support President Donald Trump has in Washington, D.C. is from his voters. And they're not about to turn on him. Published March 30, 2017

Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch gathers his papers on Capitol Hill in Washington on Wednesday, during a break in his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Judge Grouch's supporters say he is a kind, open-minded man. However, Grosuch's opponents have said Grosuch lacks empthy, pointing to his 2008 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act ruling. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

The deal all Republicans can reject

Obamacare repeal and replacement may be tearing the Republican Party apart, but one deal can bring them together -- a full-throated rejection of a proposal by Democrats on Judge Neil Gorsuch's confirmation. Published March 24, 2017

Social warriors, sometimes

Rape stories, when they can be used to vault social-justice issues into the nation's psyche, get exhaustive coverage and opining by the mainstream media, regardless of whether they're even true. Published March 23, 2017