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Charles Hurt

Charles Hurt is the Opinion Editor and a columnist for The Washington Times. Often seen as a Fox News contributor on the cable network’s signature evening news roundtable, Mr. Hurt in his 20-year career has worked his way up from a beat reporter for the Detroit News and Washington correspondent for the Charlotte Observer before joining The Washington Times in 2003. He later served as D.C. bureau chief and White House correspondent for the New York Post and editor at the Drudge Report. He can be reached at [email protected].

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Columns by Charles Hurt

The left has an agenda for every tragedy

The yawning disconnect between the screeching scribes in the political press and ordinary citizens in America is never more evident than in the aftermath of a horrific human tragedy. Published May 16, 2022

Meet Janet Yellen: Margaret Sanger for modern America

Speaking on behalf of the Biden administration, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen lectured Sen. Tim Scott on the public value of abortion because it is so frequently used on the unborn children of "teenaged women, particularly low income and often Black." Published May 12, 2022

St. Alito slays abortion dragon

The bad news is that we are presently living through the Dark Ages of America. Black magic, witches, squalor, plagues and pestilence define these fearful times. Published May 5, 2022

Biden and the bunnymen

Oh, to be alive in this age of science fiction in America. Published April 21, 2022

The despicable Joe Biden

In the fifth decade of his political career in Washington, Joe Biden rebranded himself as a harmless, old coot. Published April 11, 2022

Impeach Biden over border treason

This White House is the most corrupt administration in modern history. It is high time to impeach President Biden. Published April 7, 2022

Judas was a Democrat

Coming up on Holy Week as we are, it might not be very Christian to compare President Biden to Judas Iscariot. Published April 4, 2022

Biden’s doomsday doctrine

Unlike President Biden, actor Bruce Willis has a family who cares deeply about him, his dignity and the profession to which he has dedicated his life. Published March 31, 2022

Don’t know much biology

Talk about blind justice. Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson does not even know what a "woman" is. And she wants to be on the United States Supreme Court? Published March 23, 2022

War hell: Biden wears a helmet, takes bike ride at the beach

One of President Abraham Lincoln's greatest challenges prosecuting the Civil War, he reportedly once lamented, was that all of his best generals were otherwise occupied writing editorials for newspapers across the North. Published March 21, 2022

Zelenskyy’s dream

Remember Pearl Harbor. Remember 9/11. That was the plea to the United States Wednesday from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, speaking to a joint session of Congress from a bunker in Kyiv. Published March 16, 2022

Biden: ‘I did that!’

The abused, burdened, innocent American taxpayer can hardly afford a gallon of gasoline these days. Published March 14, 2022

Biden dispatches ‘The Joker’ to Europe

This is what you get when you take more than 200 years of hard-fought history, fearless progress and unrivaled leadership in the world to build the greatest global power ever devised by humans on earth -- and hand it to an imbecile. Published March 10, 2022

Brutus in South Carolina

Just when you thought it was impossible for anyone to screw things up worse in Ukraine than President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris already have, Sen. Lindsey Graham opens his mouth. On Twitter. Published March 7, 2022