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Tim Constantine

Tim Constantine

Tim Constantine hosts "The Capitol Hill Show" every weekday from Washington, D.C., broadcasting to listeners all across the United States. He combines his background in TV and radio, his experience in public office, his controversial fall from grace and his hard-nose business approach with his understated sense of humor for the most-entertaining radio program anywhere.

Tim has the unique position among talk radio's elite as having been on the other side of the interview microphone almost as much as he's been the one asking the questions. Never mean, but always seeking truth and accuracy, he is a breath of fresh air in today's world of mindless talking points from the left or the right. He is "America's Voice of Reason." He can be reached at

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This March 28, 2017, photo, provided by the New York State Sex Offender Registry shows Jeffrey Epstein.  Newly released court documents show that Epstein repeatedly declined to answer questions about sex abuse as part of a lawsuit. A partial transcript of the September 2016 deposition was included in hundreds of pages of documents placed in a public file Friday, Aug. 9, 2019 by a federal appeals court in New York. Epstein pleaded not guilty to 2019 sex trafficking charges. (New York State Sex Offender Registry via AP, File)

Jeffrey Epstein conspiracy: He is still alive

The name Jeffrey Epstein has taken up most of the bandwidth in news outlets since last Saturday morning, when we were told his lifeless body was found in his Metropolitan Correctional Center cell in New York. Epstein was being housed there pending trial on sex-trafficking charges. Published August 13, 2019

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Hawaii Democrat, answers questions after the second of two Democratic presidential primary debates hosted by CNN Thursday, Aug. 1, 2019, in the Fox Theatre in Detroit. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

Democratic debate winners and losers

With the latest Democrat presidential debates airing on CNN this week, it seems like a good time to review what the candidates are doing and saying. Published August 1, 2019

President Donald Trump speaks to media as he arrives at the White House in Washington, Tuesday, July 30, 2019, as the returns from Virginia. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Trump, rats and Baltimore

This week's new addition to The Modern Guide to Racist Language is "rat infested." Published July 30, 2019

Rock band Hinder. (photo credit: Tim Constantine)

Hinder Keeps Rocking in Challenging Music Climate

In the world of rock n' roll, many bands get taken advantage of by management, by their record label or by unscrupulous promoters. As artists rather than business people, some go into the industry blind and never recover. Hinder founding member and drummer Cody Hanson had a leg up on most. Before he ever stepped on stage or in the studio, Hanson studied business and marketing. Published June 28, 2019

The Super Bowl vs. The World Cup

Every February Americans gather around their televisions to celebrate Super Bowl Sunday. The Super Bowl, the NFL's Championship game, is the single biggest TV event in the United States. Nearly every household tunes in. Published June 4, 2019

US President Donald Trump (R) and Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani take part in a bilateral meeting at a hotel in Riyadh on May 21, 2017. (Photo Credit: MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

America’s closest friend in the Middle East

Throughout its history, the United States has developed and nurtured friendships with allies around the globe. Some share similar economic interests. Others are tactical political partners. Still others are strong military allies. A few share America's emphasis on education, health care and opportunity for all. It is rare however, when a nation shares in all of these items with the United States. Published June 4, 2019

Qatar Airways

A generation ago the word Cadillac became synonymous with excellence. When someone was trying to describe the very best of a certain category there was no greater compliment than to be labeled "the Cadillac of desk chairs," or "the Cadillac of kitchen appliances." The category didn't matter, the comparison to Cadillac did. Published June 4, 2019

World Cup 2022

Traveling the African continent in 2010 there was one uniting theme no matter where one stopped. South Africa was hosting the FIFA World Cup 2010. Published June 4, 2019

World leader in natural gas

Qatar's modest history of fishing and pearling was forever changed in the mid-20th century with the discovery of oil reserves. First discovered in 1939 but delayed by World War II, oil made it possible for Qatar to begin expanding and modernizing in the 1950s. Qatar joined OPEC in 1961. Oil paved the way to a variety of opportunities and in 1971 Qatar became an independent state. Published June 4, 2019

Former Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden arrives at the Wilmington train station Thursday April 25, 2019 in Wilmington, Delaware. Biden announced his candidacy for president via video on Thursday morning. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Is Joe Biden the inevitable Democratic nominee?

Former Vice President Joe Biden made if official. He issued a video announcement and appeared at a pizza parlor and just like that, he was in the 2020 presidential race. Published April 25, 2019

Devil's Due Comics, a North American publisher, announced Friday it will release a one-time comic book "Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the Freshman Force" in May. (Image courtesy of Devil's Due Comics)

Green New Deal traps Republicans

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, New York Democrat, along with Sen. Edward Markey, Massachusetts Democrat, introduced a resolution earlier this year commonly known as the "Green New Deal." It was unveiled with great fanfare in front of the U.S. Capitol and garnered immediate support from more than 40 House members and from several leading Democrat presidential candidates. Published April 11, 2019

The west face of the Supreme Court of the United States is seen in this general view. Monday, March 11, 2019, in Washington, D.C. (AP Photo/Mark Tenally)

Supreme Court, Electoral College under scope as Dems want to change rules

Remember back in high school when your basketball team lost more games than it won? It was no fun, not for the team, not for the fans, and not for the students. Remember how rather than switch coaches or improve team training your school instead simply changed the rules? Each time your team scored a basket they were awarded 4 points rather than the standard 2. Was the rule change fair? No. It did meet your needs, however. Your school won more games. Published March 22, 2019

Illustration on potential Democrat presidential candidates by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

2020 Democratic presidential nominee

By the most recent count, there are at least 19 Democrats who have either announced they intend to run for president of the United States or have put all the pieces in place and are likely to make that announcement in the coming weeks. Each tries to spin the media to demonstrate why they are the likely to win the nomination. Published March 12, 2019

President Donald Trump listens as he is introduced to speak during the National Prayer Breakfast, Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci) ** FILE **

Trump re-election: Can he beat Democrats in 2020?

In my role as talk radio host and television commentator, the one question I get asked by the public more than any other is whether Donald Trump can get re-elected to the presidency of the United States in 2020. Published February 7, 2019

John Bolton Portrait Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

John Bolton explains Trump’s strategy on North Korea, China trade

Interview: President Trump's National Security Adviser John Bolton sat down recently at the White House complex with Tim Constantine. They discussed the Middle East, the upcoming trade talks with China and President Trump's second summit with North Korea's Kim Jong-un. Published January 25, 2019

In this Friday, Jan. 18, 2019, image made from video provided by the Survival Media Agency, a teenager wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat, center left, stands in front of an elderly Native American singing and playing a drum in Washington. (Survival Media Agency via Associated Press) **FILE**

Cathollc boys, Native Americans and real racists

You have likely seen, heard and/or read about the confrontation this past week at the Lincoln Memorial between a group of Catholic high school students from Kentucky and a Native American with a drum. Published January 23, 2019

President Donald Trump listens during a signing ceremony for the "First Step Act" and "Juvenile Justice Reform Act," in the Oval Office of the White House, Friday, Dec. 21, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Beware of the next great buzzword/catchphrase — ‘structural crisis’

I recently attended a large international forum in the Middle East. Heads of state, foreign ministers and other top officials from government and academia were in attendance with me. I met fascinating and brilliant people and learned a great deal. Most significantly, I learned the world's next great buzzword. Published December 21, 2018

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton listens to question from Jeffrey Goldberg, editor in chief of The Atlantic, during The Atlantic Festival, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) ** FILE **

Hillary Clinton, Mike Tyson two of a kind

The Wall Street Journal published an op-ed this past week co-authored by Mark Penn, a former adviser to both Bill and Hillary Clinton. The column tells us that Hillary will indeed run again for President again in 2020 and that a new version, referred to as Hillary 4.0, will crush a field of Democrats on her way to again securing the party's nomination and apparently finally taking her rightful place in history as America's first woman president. Published November 15, 2018