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Robert Knight

Robert Knight is a columnist for The Washington Times.

Articles by Robert Knight

Illustration on the border crisis by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

A crisis when it suits them

Since the federal shutdown began three weeks ago, the liberal media have presented dozens of Chicken Little stories claiming that the sky is falling. Published January 13, 2019

Illustration on Cuban baseball by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Playing ball with the mobocracy

Just before Christmas, Major League Baseball (MLB) served up a home run to the Castro regime. Published January 6, 2019

Illustration on the attacks on the Knights of Columbus by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

The war on hope

From the Boy Scouts to the Knights of Columbus, it's open season on anything that doesn't fit the cracked new world of socialism and sexual anarchy that "progressives" are fashioning for us all. Published December 30, 2018

Ouija Christmas Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Having a merry pagan Christmas

Ross Douthat, a columnist for The New York Times, says the culture war in America may not be so much about secularism or atheism replacing Christianity but the rise of an old Christian foe — paganism. Published December 16, 2018

Illustration on the attempts at burying Christmas by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Suppressing Christianity's historical importance

Over the past few decades, secularists and leftists have mounted an aggressive effort to suppress Christianity's historical and current importance in America, and place all religions — or no religion — on the same level. Published December 9, 2018

Illustration on the liberal opposition to Trump by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Trump and the ongoing culture war

Since November 2016, the media and the progressive left have been pounding the same two claims. Published November 25, 2018

Illustration on the effects of sexualized culture by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

The sensation nation

A common refrain when people lament violence, sex and f-bombs in movies, goes: "How did we get from the golden days of Hollywood to this?" Published November 18, 2018

In this June 8, 2014, photo, a Boy Scout wears his kerchief embroidered with a rainbow knot during Salt Lake City's annual gay pride parade. An announcement Tuesday night, May 8, 2018, by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Boy Scouts will mark an end to close relationship that lasted more than a century built on their shared values. The religion will move its remaining boys into its own scouting-type program. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

The confusion racket

Almost anywhere you look, we're being fed illusory notions that serve somebody's interest. Some of the deceptions are minor or even harmless. Especially in show business. Published November 11, 2018

Synagogue Stained Glass Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Issues that dominate the midterms

Several issues dominate the midterm elections this week: The roaring economy, migrant caravans on a mysteriously swift journey to the United States, health care reform and leftist mobs protesting almost nonstop. Published November 4, 2018

Illustration on denying the existence of the two sexes by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Denying reality at a steep price

The idea of two distinct sexes has been acknowledged as fundamental reality for thousands of years by billions of people, biology and every major religion. Published October 28, 2018

Self-Immolation of the Democrats Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Burning with ambition and lunacy

During the lead-up to the Vietnam War, the media sometimes carried horrific images of Buddhist monks setting themselves afire to protest the South Vietnamese government. Published October 21, 2018

In this Oct. 31, 2008, file photo, the Washington Post building is seen in Washington. The Washington Post Co. said Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010, its fourth-quarter profit more than quadrupled. Its cable TV and education divisions provided most of the lift, although the publishing segment also made money after large cost cuts.(AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)

Deep state conservatives

When I was a Los Angeles Times news editor many years ago in Orange County, California, I suggested to my liberal boss that we should have at least one conservative columnist. Published October 14, 2018

Illustration on the Pentagon's disconnection from the SPLC by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Showing a bully the door

The hate business may not be what it used to be — at least on the government level. Published October 7, 2018

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018.  (Tom Williams/Pool Image via AP)

Seeing is believing

While watching Republican senators and their hired female lawyer impersonate a nervous bomb squad during Christine Blasey Ford's testimony last Thursday, I couldn't help but think about Proverbs 18:17, which counsels patience in such matters. Published September 30, 2018

Illustration on which side is more responsible for national polarization by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

The roots of hyper-polarization

Just when you think things couldn't be more upside down, Hillary Clinton declares that only one side is to blame for the vast cultural divide in America. Published September 23, 2018

Illustration on a constitutional power struggle by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

A struggle for supremacy

The most powerful evidence that federal judges have eclipsed the other branches of government is the circus surrounding President Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. This should not be as big a deal as it is. Published September 16, 2018

Illustration on Nike and Colin Kaepernick by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Kicking off more contempt for America

What is it with our ruling elites? How did they come to have so much disdain for America? Some recent events have yet again brought this unfortunate situation to the surface. Published September 9, 2018

Illustration on the Democrats' game plan by ALexander Hunter/The Washington Times

The Democratic game plan

The "progressives"' game plan to re-acquire power in Washington and make it permanent has been shockingly obvious for some time: Published September 2, 2018