Charles Hurt

Charles Hurt is a columnist for the Washington Times, a Fox News contributor, and an Editor of the Drudge Report.

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The Nuclear Option: Silence Among Sequoias Gives Solace from a Noisy World

For those who generally prefer the company of trees over the company of people, Muir Woods is a transportive place to visit. If you get here right at sunrise, you will have the 500 acres pretty much to yourself, except for the exuberantly randy gobbler that came charging out of the forest to confront the rental car and gobble himself blue and red in the face. Jun 15, 2014 1:54 PM PT

The Nuclear Option: An Unfair Trade for an Undeserving Deserter

It is truly a fool’s errand for any decent person of conscience governed by honesty to engage in debate with the likes of these people. Never has that folly been more acute than in the aftermath of the President’s release of the five Kingpins of Terror. Jun 6, 2014 8:38 PM PT

Rawhide and the Renegade

It's been 10 years since "Rawhide" died. Ten years today, June 5, 2014. Jun 5, 2014 2:21 PM PT

The Nuclear Option: If Only Obama Could Be President

According to my copy of The Audacity of Hope, Barack Obama is deeply disturbed by “income inequality,” access to health care for poor people and having U.S. troops on aimless missions abroad. If only he could be in charge, he would fix these things. May 31, 2014 11:40 AM PT

The Nuclear Option: Hillary Must Come Clean on Physical, Mental Health

It has forever been perfectly fair game in prudent political discourse to demand that politicians seeking higher office reveal information about their physical fitness. And what head doctor worth his weight in cigarettes and Zoloft wouldn’t just love to get former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton on the couch? May 17, 2014 8:13 AM PT

The Nuclear Option -- Next: Rich Intellectuals Want Global IRS to Fight Income Inequality

A French “thinker” writes a book about global poverty and, predictably, The New York Times goes limp in the knees. All out was the putsch last week by the Gray Lady’s opinion staff to promote the book aimed at toppling the evil rich around the world. Leading this charge was the paper’s famous, bearded Marxist Emeritus columnist Paul Krugman. May 3, 2014 5:07 AM PT

The Nuclear Option: Wilson and Obama--100 Years Apart but so Alike

When Woodrow Wilson signed into law the Revenue Act of 1913, it probably sounded like a good idea. Most people would pay less in taxes and the prices of everyday goods would drop, he promised. And the rich would — finally! — start paying their fair share. Apr 19, 2014 3:59 PM PT


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