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  • Tony Blankley (1948-2012)

    01/08/2012 2:33:47 PM PST · by Brandonmark · 60 replies
    NewsBusters ^ | January 8, 2012 | NB Staff
    It is with great sadness that we must report the loss of our dear friend Tony Blankley. Tony passed away Saturday after a long battle with stomach cancer. Tony was a longtime friend of our parent organization the Media Research Center, serving as one of MRC's DisHonors Awards judges in the past few years. Tony's syndicated column was also published on NewsBusters. Tony was a veteran warrior for the conservative movement having served as a speechwriter for the Reagan administration, as press secretary to Speaker Newt Gingrich, as editorial page editor for the Washington Times from 2002-2007, and as a...
  • Ex-Times Editorial Page Editor Tony Blankley dead at 63

    01/08/2012 12:07:45 PM PST · by Dysart · 71 replies
    Tony Blankely, a noted conservative author and commentator and former editorial page editor of The Washington Times, died Sunday morning, according to family sources. He was 63 and had been battling stomach cancer. Mr. Blankley was an executive vice president of the Edelman public-relations firm in Washington, a visiting senior fellow in national-security communications at the Heritage Foundation, a syndicated newspaper columnist and an on-air political commentator for CNN, NBC and NPR. He was also a regular weekly guest on “The McLaughlin Group.” Mr. Blankley was editorial page editor of The Times from 2002 to 2007, and from 1990 to...
  • Andy Parks to host new Washington Times radio show

    08/19/2011 3:26:01 AM PDT · by Bulwinkle · 18 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | Aug. 8, 2011 | Jennifer Harper
    A familiar voice is back. Veteran radio host and newsman Andy Parks will return to the Washington airwaves with an afternoon program that combines his inimitable personality with a powerful news source and established media brand. “Andy Parks Live From The Washington Times” debuts Aug. 22 from a studio overlooking the newsroom of The Washington Times. The afternoon drive-time show from 3 to 6 p.m. will be heard on Metro Radio Inc. stations WTNT-AM (730) and WKDL-AM (1250), and streamed live on and
  • New life for Washington Times

    08/24/2010 10:52:42 PM PDT · by OldDeckHand · 3 replies
    Politico ^ | 08/25/2010 | KEACH HAGEY
    The owner of the Washington Times entered into an agreement Tuesday to sell the paper to another entity affiliated with its parent, the Unification Church, which would return funding to the cash-strapped conservative publication, POLITICO has learned. The agreement was made Tuesday afternoon between News World Communications, the paper’s parent company, chaired by Preston Moon, and News World Media Development, a Delaware-registered LLC tied to other factions of the Unification Church, according to sources close to the negotiations. It sets forth a 30-day period for both sides to conduct due diligence, after which the paper will be sold, if both...
  • Unification Church will put Washington Times up for sale

    05/01/2010 1:50:14 PM PDT · by · 41 replies · 1,233+ views
    Washington Times executives are negotiating to sell the newspaper, after the Rev. Sun Myung Moon's family cut off most of the annual subsidy of about $35 million that has kept the Unification Church-backed paper afloat, company officials said. Nicholas Chiaia, a member of the paper's two-man board of directors and president of the church-supported United Press International wire service, confirmed that the paper is actively on the market: "We recently entered into discussions with a number of parties interested in either purchasing or partnering with the Washington Times," he said in a statement to The Washington Post. Current and former...
  • Washington Times Trolls Gutter for RNC Critics

    02/09/2010 3:42:12 AM PST · by KippLanham · 1 replies · 255+ views
    Pajamas Media ^ | February 8, 2010 | Andrew Walden
    Judging by recent Washington Times coverage, the Republican National Committee is a hotbed of dissension — even after big GOP wins in Virginia, New Jersey, and most recently Massachusetts. But at the RNC winter meeting in Honolulu, in a series of key RNC ballots on party fundraising and candidate selection, there was not a single dissenting vote. Read more:
  • EDITORIAL: Obama's loose grip on reality

    01/27/2010 2:55:08 PM PST · by topfile · 15 replies · 665+ views
    President Obama's response to the catastrophic political failures of his freshman year in office is to fight harder for more of the same. Presidential adviser Valerie Jarrett made the point explicitly on Sunday, asserting that the White House is "not hitting a reset button at all." -snip- The White House claims it hasn't reached out enough to the American people, but the real problem is that Mr. Obama's vaunted oratorical skills have had a short shelf life. In the administration's first months, the president regularly took to the airwaves to push his agenda, attempting to mimic President Reagan's effective use...
  • EDITORIAL: Obama, the god that failed--The decline and fall of a political savior

    01/27/2010 9:14:10 AM PST · by jazusamo · 40 replies · 1,418+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | January 27, 2010 | Editorial
    President Obama said Monday that he would "rather be a really good one-term president than a mediocre two-term president." He will be lucky if he's not an abject failure. There's usually a reason for a presidency lasting a single term, as Mr. Obama's slow-motion train wreck is demonstrating. Mr. Obama took office with historically high approval ratings based on a combination of hope for his administration, reaction against President George W. Bush's second-term unpopularity and a degree of irrational exuberance, best illustrated by Newsweek editor Evan Thomas' cultish imageof Mr. Obama "standing above the country, above - above the world,...
  • WashTimes cutting staff up to 40 percent (Yikes!)

    12/02/2009 1:19:43 PM PST · by Pyro7480 · 47 replies · 2,023+ views
    Politico ^ | 12/02/2009 | Michael Calderone
    Jonathan Slevin, acting publisher and president of the Washington Times, outlined a new plan for the beleaguered newspaper and spoke of "significant staff reductions" at a meeting this afternoon. Staff are receiving notices at the meeting, but it's unclear who will be laid off at this time. However, management is putting the number at around 40 percent, according to sources. A release went out after the meeting began that outlines some of the changes taking place in the first quarter of 2010. The news operation, according to the release, will focus on what it considers core strengths—“exclusive reporting and in-depth...
  • Washington Times to lay off 40 percent of its staff

    12/04/2009 1:54:18 AM PST · by sinanju · 15 replies · 1,071+ views
    Washington Business Journal ^ | Wednesday, December 2, 2009 | Jeff Clabaugh
    In the wake of a top management shakeup, the Washington Times plans to lay off about 40 percent of its staff and make other changes as it battles falling circulation and advertising revenue. The reorganization will include laying of about 40 percent of the newspaper's staff of 370 people, according to Don Meyer, principal of Rubin Meyer Communications, which is handling communications for the company. The Washington Times will also expand its relationship with United Press International, including sharing online sales, the Times said in a statement issued Wednesday. “We have developed plans to secure our position and advance our...
  • TWT (Washington Times) announces new structure, layoffs (Dinosaur Media DeathWatch™)

    12/03/2009 5:24:34 AM PST · by abb · 41 replies · 1,113+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | December 3, 2009 | Jennifer Harper
    Acting Publisher Jonathan Slevin on Wednesday announced plans for a "new" Washington Times that will focus more narrowly on its core areas of coverage while operating with a deeply reduced work force. "We will focus on our strengths -- exclusives, in-depth reporting, politics, enterprise stories, geostrategic and national news, plus cultural reporting based on traditional values," Mr. Slevin said at a meeting of the newspaper's editorial and support staff who were warned to expect "significant staff reductions" within 60 days. All employees were handed letters advising them that at least 40 percent of the workforce will be laid off in...
  • Is The Washington Times' Continued Operation In Jeopardy?

    11/21/2009 2:41:03 AM PST · by Eagles2003 · 6 replies · 939+ views
    TPM LiveWire ^ | Nov 11, 2009 | Ben Frumin
    Things seem to be going from bad to worse at the Washington Times. And the continued operation of the newspaper, which is owned by Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, seems to be in serious doubt. There's already been plenty of speculation that the paper might fold or go online-only. Sources at the Times said they fear major changes and that the Moon family feud that's driving the paper's turmoil could lead to the Times shutting down in the coming months -- with some suggesting that Preston Moon, the reverend's son who serves as chairman of News World Communications, the...
  • Is The Washington Times' Continued Operation In Jeopardy? (Dinosaur Media DeathWatch™)

    11/11/2009 11:27:38 AM PST · by abb · 27 replies · 1,364+ views
    Talking Points Memo ^ | November 11, 2009 | Ben Frumin
    Things seem to be going from bad to worse at the Washington Times. And the continued operation of the newspaper, which is owned by Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, seems to be in serious doubt. There's already been plenty of speculation that the paper might fold or go online-only. Sources at the Times said they fear major changes and that the Moon family feud that's driving the paper's turmoil could lead to the Times shutting down in the coming months -- with some suggesting that Preston Moon, the reverend's son who serves as chairman of News World Communications, the...
  • The Washington Times Editorial: McDonnell for governor

    10/20/2009 9:15:36 PM PDT · by paltz · 6 replies · 618+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 10/21/09 | The Washington Times
    The only way to support Creigh Deeds for governor of Virginia is to believe in a fairy tale - call it Three Little Governors. Once upon a time, the voters of Virginia elected a moderate Democratic problem solver to fix the state's transportation problems, but the first little governor, Mark Warner, didn't solve the problem. The voters decided to try again, but the next little governor, moderate Democratic problem solver Tim Kaine, didn't solve the problem, either.
  • Times starts Web site for conservatives

    09/24/2009 1:39:41 AM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 9 replies · 617+ views ^ | September 23, 2009 | Jennifer Harper
    The Washington Times has launched, a Web site with technology that allows activists to talk up to ideological and party leaders and interact in innovative ways. - run by The Washington Times with contributions from the Heritage Foundation and other organizations - is a tool to "reinvent the right" and help move the public discourse. " creates a cutting-edge new marriage between the social publishing world of bloggers and the social networking world of Twitter, YouTube and the like," said John Solomon, executive editor and vice president for content of The Times. "Most opinion sites today enable thought-leaders...
  • Criticized for our principles: The New York Times takes on The Washington Times

    08/16/2009 10:01:15 PM PDT · by Abakumov · 7 replies · 1,285+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | August 17, 2009 | Editorial
    On Friday, the New York Times ran a front-page story about the origins of what they called the "stubborn yet false rumor that President Obama's health care proposals would create government-sponsored 'death panels' to decide which patients were worthy of living." The article listed The Washington Times editorial board as one of the sources of the "death panel" notion. The New York Times noted two of our editorials. Neither of those articles used the expression "death panels."
  • Mea Culpa: NYTimes Apologizes for Calling WaTimes 'An Outlet Decidedly Opposed to Mr. Obama'

    08/15/2009 8:03:08 PM PDT · by Rufus2007 · 9 replies · 1,342+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | August 15, 2009 | Jeff Poor
    If you haven't noticed, a lot of media outlets have gotten worked up into a tizzy over the mere mention of death panels. The New York Times got so worked up, it went after a few conservatives outlets by name in its Aug. 13 issue. "But the rumor [that Obama's health care proposal would create death panels] - which has come up at Congressional town-hall-style meetings this week in spite of an avalanche of reports laying out why it was false - was not born of anonymous e-mailers, partisan bloggers or stealthy cyberconspiracy theorists," Jim Rutenberg and Jackie Calmes wrote...
  • Washington Times Journalist Trains Iraqi Journalists in Diyala (Real Journalists not LSM)

    03/17/2009 5:52:10 PM PDT · by SandRat · 1 replies · 202+ views
    BAQUBAH — Addressing complex issues ranging from journalistic license to the independence of the press, Mr. Richard Tomkins recently gave a media class to local journalists at the Diyala Governance Center in downtown Baqubah, the capital city of Diyala province, March 11. A veteran journalist currently writing for the Washington Times, United Press International, and the Middle East Times, Tomkins has a career that spans more than 36 years, four continents, and a multitude of different publications across the globe. Recently, while embedded with the 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, in Diyala, Iraq, Tomkins indicated that he...
  • In Depth with Bill Gertz (VIDEO)

    01/05/2009 9:43:04 PM PST · by T.L.Sink · 7 replies · 517+ views
    C-Span ^ | Jan. 4, '09
    Bill Gertz discusses his new book "The Failure Factory," on C-span. [VIDEO]
  • Person of the year - Gen. David Petraeus.

    01/01/2009 12:51:26 PM PST · by Kaslin · 14 replies · 740+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | January 1, 2009
    In a year of housing foreclosures, bank and automaker meltdowns, bailouts and layoffs, we can almost forget that we still have heroes amongst us -men who make us want to stand at attention and salute. The leader of American troops in Iraq from Jan. 2007 to Sept. 2008 implemented a counterinsurgency strategy that significantly reduced the levels of violence in a nation on the verge of civil war. To the surprise of many, America - with Iraqi and some international help - suddenly began winning the war in Iraq. Bring out the champagne and raise a toast to the man...
  • Full Page ad in Washington Times Weekly on Obama birth cert ( see link)

    11/18/2008 7:25:45 PM PST · by dascallie · 247 replies · 6,246+ views
    "Three unanswered questions" This ad ran on page 5 of the November 17th, 2008 edition of the Washington Times National Weekly

    11/01/2008 11:39:19 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 29 replies · 1,154+ views
    New York Post ^ | November 1, 2008 | Kirsten Powers
    TEAM Obama veered off message yesterday, kicking off the campaign bus reporters from three newspapers deemed unfriendly to the campaign - The New York Post, The Dallas Morning News and The Washington Times. This is bipartisanship? The move is utterly at odds with a central part of Obama's message: the idea that he's a different kind of candidate - one who won't demonize opponents or critics, but will instead work hard to bring people together. Let's hope this isn't a harbinger of what would happen in an Obama administration.
  • Washington Times kicked off Obama plane for finale

    10/31/2008 6:52:13 AM PDT · by GVnana · 93 replies · 2,890+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 10/31/2008
    Washington Times kicked off Obama plane for finale The Washington Times Friday, October 31, 2008 The Washington Times, which has covered the Barack Obama campaign from the start, was kicked off the Democrat's campaign plane for the final 72 hours of the race. The Obama campaign informed the newspaper Thursday evening of its decision, which came two days after the Times editorial page endorsed Senator John McCain over Mr. Obama. The Times editorial page runs completely independent of the news department.
  • Washington Times Front Page Honors MOH Awardee LT. Murphy (Vanity)

    10/23/2007 12:00:03 PM PDT · by PurpleMan · 26 replies · 44+ views
    The nation showed its gratitude to the young officer yesterday. President Bush presented the first Medal of Honor for combat in Afghanistan to the family of Lt. Michael P. Murphy, a Navy SEAL who sacrificed his life trying to save his comrades two years ago
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World #9 Security Watch

    06/19/2007 4:43:36 PM PDT · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 4,117 replies · 13,910+ views
    BERNAMA ^ | June 19, 2007 | BERNAMA
    Saudi King Says Middle East Crisis Will Affect The World DUBAI, June 19 (Bernama) -- The Saudi king has warned of an impending "explosion" in the Middle East, saying that it will not only affect the region but will spread all over the world, the English daily Gulf News reports. "The Middle East region suffers from the longest conflict in our contemporary history which is the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and Israel's occupation of Arab lands," King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz, said in an interview with the Spanish El Pas newspaper which was published simultaneously in Al Riyadh newspaper yesterday. "At this...
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World #8 Security Watch

    04/15/2007 4:43:46 PM PDT · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 5,267 replies · 23,790+ views
    Europe's bio-threat readiness questioned Image: European Community Europe discusses how to prepare itself in the face of bio-terrorism threats and "perversions" of science, not to mention naturally occurring bio-threats to human health. By Brooks Tigner in Brussels for ISN Security Watch (11/04/07) The EU must work much closer with its 27 national capitals and across the Atlantic to combat the growing threat of bio-terrorism, according to EU and US policymakers and scientists. The European Commission aims to fire up discussion of the issue and prompt some solutions when it issues a consultative document on bio-preparedness in the coming weeks. While...
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World #7 Security Watch

    02/26/2007 4:18:14 PM PST · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 5,138 replies · 12,951+ views
    Center for Security Studies at ETH Zurich ^ | 23 February 2007 | Sam Logan for ISN Security Watch
    No one to counter Chavez In a region where the leading ideology is Bolivarianism, there is not one leader positioned to offer a better idea for a brighter future. Commentary by Sam Logan for ISN Security Watch (23/02/2007) For over two decades, the prevailing ideology in Latin America was neo-liberalism, a Washington-born idea that claimed the power of open markets would lift the region’s poor from misery. It did not, and corruption ran rampant. While democracy still remains strong, resentful voters ushered in a new generation of neo-populist leaders touting a new idea: a form of socialism, called Bolivarianism, that...
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World #6 Disinformation, Inc.

    12/17/2006 4:03:30 PM PST · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 5,173 replies · 20,856+ views
    Global Politician/Ocnus.Net ^ | Dec 17, 2006 | Professor Daniel M. Zucker
    VEVAK learned its methodology from the Soviet KGB and many of the Islamist revolutionaries who supported Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini actually studied at Moscow's Patrice Lumumba Friendship University, the Oxford of terrorism. Documented Iranian alumni include the current Supreme Leader (the faqih) Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, under whose Velayat-e Faqih (Rule of the Islamic Jurisprudent) apparatus it has traditionally operated. Its current head is Cabinet Minister Hojatoleslam Gholam-Hussein Mohseni-Ezhei, a graduate of Qom's Haqqani School, noted for its extremist position advocating violence against enemies and strict clerical control of society and government. The Ministry is very well funded and its charge, like...
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World #5

    09/30/2006 10:18:39 AM PDT · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 5,021 replies · 17,934+ views
    CIA ^ | Page last updated: 07/27/2006 | National Intelligence Council's "Global Trends 2015
    "Global Trends 2015" Terrorism-Related Excerpts -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The following items are terrorism-related items from the National Intelligence Council's "Global Trends 2015: A Dialogue About the Future With Nongovernment Experts" report (December 2000). Transnational Terrorism (page 50) States with poor governance; ethnic, cultural, or religious tensions; weak economies; and porous borders will be prime breeding grounds for terrorism. In such states, domestic groups will challenge the entrenched government, and transnational networks seeking safehavens. At the same time, the trend away from state-supported political terrorism and toward more diverse, free-wheeling, transnational networks—enabled by information technology—will continue. Some of the states that actively sponsor...
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World #4.

    08/07/2006 3:43:15 PM PDT · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 5,043 replies · 13,859+ views
    National Review Online ^ | August 02, 2006 | Walid Phares on the Mideast
    Tehran & Damascus Move to Lebanon Lebanon-born Walid Phares is a senior fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. Author of the recent book Future Jihad, he was also one of the architects of 2004’s United Nations resolution 1559, which called for the disarming of Hezbollah. NRO editor Kathryn Lopez recently talked to Phares about what’s going on in the Mideast, what happened to the Cedar Revolution, and this war we’re all in. Kathryn Jean Lopez: What is “Future Jihad”? Are we seeing it in the Mideast now? Walid Phares: “Future Jihad,” which has already begun, refers to...
  • Chris Simcox calls WT article "offensive" (John Gibson radio interview, transcript included)

    07/26/2006 12:00:26 PM PDT · by EternalVigilance · 533 replies · 5,800+ views
    John Gibson Radio Show | July 25, 2006 | John Gibson - Chris Simcox
    <p>JOHN GIBSON, HOST: Chris Simcox joins us now. Chris Simcox, one of the founders of the--are you the, or one of the, founders of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, Chris?</p> <p>CHRIS SIMCOX, FOUNDER, MINUTEMAN CIVIL DEFENSE CORPS: I’m the founder of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps.</p>
  • G.O.P. Senator Resisting Bush Over Detainees - RINO MEGA-HURL ALERT

    07/18/2006 2:09:29 PM PDT · by eartotheground · 55 replies · 966+ views
    The New York Times ^ | July 18, 2006 | KATE ZERNIKE
    Senator Lindsey Graham often plays the contrarian, the conservative Republican willing to poke a stick in the eye of the White House. Mr. Graham advocates using the existing court-martial system as the basis for trying suspects, a position that has drawn fire from many other Republicans. Last year, against the wishes of the Bush administration, he was one of the key forces in helping pass a ban on torture. While some other Republicans argue that terrorists do not deserve legal or human rights, Mr. Graham has insisted that only a system grounded in the fundamental rights of the military code...
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World.

    06/16/2006 2:08:19 PM PDT · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 4,622 replies · 13,190+ views
    the Middle East Quarterly ^ | SPRING 2006 • VOLUME XIII: NUMBER 2 | David Kennedy Houck
    The Islamist Challenge to the U.S. Constitution by David Kennedy Houck First in Europe and now in the United States, Muslim groups have petitioned to establish enclaves in which they can uphold and enforce greater compliance to Islamic law. While the U.S. Constitution enshrines the right to religious freedom and the prohibition against a state religion, when it comes to the rights of religious enclaves to impose communal rules, the dividing line is more nebulous. Can U.S. enclaves, homeowner associations, and other groups enforce Islamic law? Such questions are no longer theoretical. While Muslim organizations first established enclaves in Europe,[1]...
  • World Terrorism: Granny's Googles/News/History/Much Much More.

    04/01/2006 5:00:12 PM PST · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 4,995 replies · 17,421+ views
    FrontPageMagazine ^ | 3-28-06 | By Lowell Ponte
    Europe's botched civilization, perverted by socialism and lost faith, seems to have lost the will, the passion to sustain itself. If it continues to practice today's multiculturalist leftism, Europe's demographic doom will be sealed. Some harbingers: In Brussels, Belgium, the most popular name for baby boys is now Mohammad. Sustaining the population of a nation requires that on average each couple gives birth to 2.1 children. The average European couple now has fewer than 1.4 babies, compared to 3.6 babies born to the average Muslim immigrant couple in Europe. Across Western Europe 16 to 20 percent of babies are being...
  • Snowstorm Closes Hawaii Volcano To Tourists

    01/24/2006 7:44:33 AM PST · by OB1kNOb · 18 replies · 1,037+ views ^ | 1/24/05 | n/a
    Snowstorm Closes Hawaii Volcano To Tourists Rare Event Causes Concern, Surprise POSTED: 6:18 pm EST January 23, 2006 UPDATED: 6:44 pm EST January 23, 2006 MAUNA KEA, Hawaii -- Officials closed the summit of Hawaii's Mauna Kea volcano to the public after a snowstorm shut down access for the first time this winter season. Clouds blanketed Hawaii's tallest peak this weekend. A blanket of snow forced everyone to evacuate, including park rangers. (Check out the snow from Honolulu TV station KITV's Web cam on Mauna Kea) "We've got to make sure and keep everybody healthy and safe on the summit....
  • World Terrorism : Weapons of Disruption Onging...

    01/01/2006 6:41:58 PM PST · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 4,835 replies · 20,740+ views ^ | Jan.1, 2006 | Frederick J. Cowie, Ph.D.
    Weapons of Disruption C 2006 Frederick J. Cowie, Ph.D. Whereas we have no masses, it certainly would be seriously challenging to deliver a "weapon of mass destruction" in the vast majority of geographical areas in the American West, as well as in many areas in the East and South. For instance, Montana is approximately the size of Germany, yet the population hovers only around a million (we have one representative in the House). There is no "metropolitan" area anywhere around, though Spokane is about three hundred miles away. Wyoming has more sheep than people. Utah has Salt Lake City and...
  • 'Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy'(MERRY CHRISTMAS!)

    12/25/2005 7:17:46 AM PST · by kellynla · 15 replies · 426+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | December 24, 2005 | staff
    The angel Gabriel was sent from God unto a city of Galilee named Nazareth, to a virgin espoused to a man whose name was Joseph, of the House of David; and the virgin's name was Mary. And the angel came in unto her, and said, Hail, thou that art highly favored, the Lord is with thee, blessed art thou among women. And when she saw him, she was troubled at his saying, and cast in her mind what manner of salutation this should be. And the angel said unto her, Fear not, Mary: for thou hast found favor with God....
  • Washington Times endorses Kilgore for Governor

    10/27/2005 7:46:05 AM PDT · by Gopher Broke · 25 replies · 749+ views
    Jerry Kilgore for governor Published October 27, 2005 Eleven days from now, Virginia voters will choose between two starkly different candidates for governor: The Republican nominee, former state attorney general and state secretary for public safety, Jerry Kilgore, is an energetic conservative and a proven leader who has worked tirelessly to make Virginia a safer place by bringing lawbreakers to justice. He has also proven his willingness to challenge those in his own party (particularly the Republicans-in-name-only who dominate the state Senate) who seem obsessed with the idea that Virginians need tax increases. The Democrat, Lt. Gov. Tim Kaine, isn't...
  • 60 years later (Washington Times Editorial on Hiroshima)

    08/06/2005 2:00:21 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 13 replies · 774+ views
    Washington Times ^ | August 6, 2005 | The Editors
    On Aug. 6, 1945, an estimated 80,000 Japanese were killed instantly in Hiroshima. Three days later, on Aug. 9, more than 100,000 Japanese in Nagasaki joined them. It was a tragic end to the bloodiest conflict in human history. The irony is that it would have been even worse had President Truman decided against using atomic weapons and instead authorized an invasion of the Japanese mainland. Estimates vary, but on the American side alone there would like have been between 200,000 and 1 million U.S. casualties. The Japanese toll would have been in the millions. And, as recent evidence reveals,...
  • America One- The US Flag Balloon on the front page of the Washington Times! FReepers in the news.

    06/15/2005 7:01:31 AM PDT · by abner · 95 replies · 2,850+ views
    Washington Times- Print edition ^ | June 15, 05 | Washington Times
    Wow. Our balloon made the front page of the Washington Times!
  • Times garners 20 press awards

    03/15/2005 12:31:21 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 1 replies · 217+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Tuesday, March 15, 2005 | By Jennifer Harper
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES The Washington Times has won 20 awards from the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association for stories, photographs, designs and artwork that appeared in the paper during 2004. Features writer Christian Toto received best-in-show in both the arts/entertainment and education categories for stories titled "Online Blogging" and "Lights, Camera ... Action?" which judges praised for their originality. Mr. Toto also was awarded first place in both categories for the stories. Click to learn more... Assistant Managing Editor Maria Stainer and designer Greg Groesch were awarded best-in-show for informational graphics featured in "World War II," a section devoted to the conflict's...
  • A Call For Knowledgeable Religion Reporters

    02/16/2005 5:07:50 AM PST · by paudio · 19 replies · 507+ views ^ | 2/14/05 | Paul Weyrich
    A long-overdue debate has been ignited thanks to a recent article by Washington Times reporter Julia Duin posted on Poynter Online. In it Duin asserted that too many newspapers, TV news stations and networks are failing to cover religion, and those that do have been failing to hire journalists who truly understand religion.
  • Washington Times Criticized for Revoking Pro-Life Spokeswoman's Award

    01/09/2004 1:34:48 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 26 replies · 254+ views ^ | January 1, 2004 | Steven Ertelt
    Washington, DC ( -- The Washington Times newspaper is receiving criticism for disqualifying Patricia Heaton, an Emmy-award winning actress and Feminists for Life's honorary chairman, from winning a new annual award. In December, the newspaper took votes from readers for its first annual "Nobles and Knaves" contest, to celebrate and bemoan the best and worst people of the year. Feminists for Life was pleased to see that Heaton, a star on the hit comedy series "Everybody Loves Raymond," was one of the nominees for Noble of the Year. The pro-life organization receives hundreds of emails each time Heaton stands up...
  • Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld Interview with Washington Times, Editorial Board

    10/27/2003 10:18:31 AM PST · by Hipixs · 2 replies · 209+ views
    Dept of Defense ^ | 10/23/03 | Rumsfeld, Wash Times Ed Board
    Thursday, October 23, 2003 Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld Interview with Washington Times, Editorial Board Q: First of all we want to thank you very much for this. Short notice or not, we're always happy to come over and talk to you. We got a copy here of a memo, General Myers -- Rumsfeld: Yes, indeed. Q: You're familiar with this. Rumsfeld: Yes, I am. Q: I want to ask you about it, needless to say. I saw the press conference today, the comments you made since this thing was published. You talked about largely that you were raising questions...
  • Carol Herman to lead Times' books section

    09/23/2003 10:38:34 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 214+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Wednesday, September 24, 2003
    <p>Carol Herman, assistant books editor of The Washington Times, has been appointed editor of the books pages, succeeding Colin Walters, who filled that position for 21 years until his death on Aug. 24.</p> <p>Mrs. Herman, 51, a member of The Times' staff for four years, was a contributing book reviewer for several years before Mr. Walters invited her to join him as deputy. She holds a bachelor's degree in English literature from Tulane University in New Orleans and a master's degree from the University of Chicago. She was born in Pittsburgh and has lived in the Washington area since the late 1970s.</p>
  • PLANNED PARENTHOOD STRIKES AGAIN -- Teen Dies from RU-486 Abortion Pill -- Parents Kept in Dark

    09/19/2003 1:13:39 PM PDT · by CWW · 21 replies · 378+ views
    The San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 09-19-03 | Julian Guthrie
    The Alameda County coroner's office is investigating the case of an 18- year-old East Bay woman who died Wednesday, days after reportedly taking the abortion pill RU-486. The victim's father told The Chronicle that his 18-year-old daughter had gotten a prescription for RU-486 at a Planned Parenthood office in Hayward on Sept. 10 to end her seven-week pregnancy [euphamism for "Kill the Baby]. Planned Parenthood issued a statement Thursday night that it was working with the young woman's family to look into the cause of death. [Yeah, right! More like to tyr and avoid a lawsuit] "A patient who recently...
  • Disinfo Campain Follow-up (Was: Envoy's letter in Times is revealed as a forgery)

    07/16/2003 5:46:00 AM PDT · by jriemer · 23 replies · 290+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 7/16/03 | Nicholas Kralev
    <p>A letter to the editor of The Washington Times, purported to be from a senior U.S. diplomat with scathing criticism of the Foreign Service for lack of loyalty to the Bush administration, was exposed yesterday as a forgery.</p> <p>Wesley Pruden, the editor in chief of The Times, said the newspaper learned "from the highest level at the State Department" that the letter was a hoax and the newspaper fully accepts "as true that the ambassador was not the author of this letter."</p>