Tag Archives: Washington Times

EDITORIAL: California, the most populous state in the nation, saw the highest spike in homelessness

ANALYSIS/OPINION: For a century and a half, America has been California dreaming. The Golden State is a uniquely blessed state in many ways: A stunning geography, temperate weather, oil. and not to mention the original economic engine that powered the ‘49ers, gold, are among its sterling assets. It’s little wonder, then, that for decades, Americans Read More…

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Effective — but rough around edges

ANALYSIS/OPINION: The progressive parrots ‘group think’ about all manner of folderol that their adherents, on bended knee and genuflecting vigorously, confirm as received wisdom (“New Yorker editor David Remnick: ‘It’s a source of great frustration’ people still support Trum,” Web, Dec. 23). That President Trump disrupts their cocoon with rude tweets and tantrums as he Read More…

EDITORIAL: Democrats set a costly course that risks public wrath

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Americans have a natural-born yearning for hearth and home where families can grow in peace and prosperity. A certain collection of their would-be leaders prefer to build castles in the air. “Progressives” grabbing for the reins of power in Washington are ignoring warning signs flashing elsewhere from outbreaks of indignant citizens watching officialdom separate Read More…

EDITORIAL: Horowitz report confirms the Devin Nunes charge of FISA abuses

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Presidential impeachment is a serious matter. It’s the penultimate sanction legislators may take against the nation’s chief executive. After that comes removal from office. The way the current case is being handled cheapens the constitutional safeguards protecting our liberties. Lest we forget, it has its antecedents in the now-discredited charge the Trump 2016 presidential Read More…

EDITORIAL: Democrats risk their own day of reckoning

ANALYSIS/OPINION: The die is cast. President Trump’s enemies have gambled on removing him from office, and now they have nowhere to go but forward along a perilous path. As Democrats line up to pass judgment on the president, they are setting in motion their own day of reckoning. The Democrat-controlled House Judiciary Committee approved on Read More…

EDITORIAL: Climate fears are driving children to extremes

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Everyone loves children. They’re the best part of a better world to come. Unfortunately, kids are clueless about both the world as it is and the means to improve it. That’s why they’re sent to school to learn rather than teach. However, climate-change activists have managed to short-circuit the educational process and fashion millions Read More…

EDITORIAL: New Jersey kosher grocery store shooting is tied to Black Hebrew Israelites, a hate group

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Residents of Washington, D.C., may be grimly familiar with the so-called Black Hebrew Israelites, or at least a radical subset of them who are avowedly “Black Supremacist.” They tend to hang out in the capital’s Chinatown neighborhood, near where the Washington Wizards and Capitals play, and shout racist, sexist and anti-gay epithets at passersby. Read More…

EDITORIAL: Martin O'Malley goes low by ranting and raving at Ken Cuccinelli in a bar

ANALYSIS/OPINION: In the era of social media — where videos gone “viral” are the currency of the realm — hyper-partisanship, and, dare we say, symptoms of Trump Derangement Syndrome everywhere, political harassment is in vogue. Trump administration officials are routinely heckled and harassed in public places, like restaurants. This obnoxious behavior is corrosive of our Read More…

EDITORIAL: Americans choose holiday cheer over impeachment

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Like an autumn breeze that sweeps clean the fallen leaves, good fortune is expelling the dreary effects of the incessant political strife that has tarnished the days of 2019. Even as dour faces in Washington deliver the dismal details of presidential impeachment proceedings, elsewhere the news is of a nation bursting with new-found prosperity. Read More…