Find the latest news and happening that effect those in the Washington D.C., Northern Virginia and Maryland Metro region.
The Washington D.C. police have opened an investigation into fellow police officer to see if he was running a prostitution ring.
A winter storm is coming across the country and heading for the Washington D.C. region on Sunday December 8.
After a ten year delay, the first Walmart stores open in Washington DC to rave reviews.
Traffic around Washington D.C. this evening will be difficult due to the National Tree Lighting ceremony.
A stat-head’s outlook, direct from his worn in couch cushion.
Classical music and the performing arts: news and reviews you can use.
Covering the world of soccer, including the World Cup, Major League Soccer, D.C. United and the English Premier League and other interesting sporting events.
Entertainment News and Reviews from Washington, D.C. and beyond.
Great discoveries in the world of restaurants and chefs fulfill the quest for delicious food and cooking.
15 minutes by Alex Munguia
All things pop culture, as seen through the lens of the generation that determines what's hot and what's not.
2012 Democratic National Convention - Charlotte by DNC Charlotte, Eric Golub, Catherine Poe and Bob Taylor
From the floor and from the news room, from the left and from the right, Communities writers Bob Taylor, Eric Golub and Catherine Poe, to name a few, highlight the news and opinion from Charlotte.
2012 Republican National Convention - Tampa by 2012 Republican National Convention and Catherine Poe
News from the floor, the people and the politicians at the 2012 GOP/Republican National Convention in Tampa
2013 Holiday Gift Guide by Communities AA Writers
For moms, dads, kids, tech heads, travelers, kitchen mavens and everyone else on your holiday gift list
21st-Century Pacifist by Mario Salazar
Musings of a bilingual, agnostic, combat veteran and jewelry maker.
60 Second Attention Span by Amy Phillips
Life moves fast, on the web it moves even faster.
9/11 We Remember: How terrorism changed us by Communities AA Writers
On September 11, 2001, our world changed. As we remember 9/11 and those who lost their lives and loved ones, we look back over the last 10 years and how those attacks changed our lives.
A Billion Voices of India by Sabrina Sidhu
An inside look into India – the land of a billion people and a billion stories.
A Canon 'gainst Self Slaughter by Jack Maes
Making sure religion helps, not hurts the people it touches.
A Civil Assessment by T.J. O'Hara
Today’s political extremes have paralyzed our Nation by substituting sound bites for solutions. It’s time for A Civil Assessment.
A Curmudgeon's View by Larry A Momo
Writing and contributing to the dialogue of our country is developing into an art form.
Ad Lib by Catherine Poe
Are there profound differences between the Left and the Right? You betcha.
Adventures in Dining by Reed Hellman
Columnist Reed Hellman takes dining to a new dimension.
A Focus on Freedom by Dennis Jamison
In securing life, liberty, and in pursuing happiness, the quest for freedom contains countless stories that must be told. Honest information and truth are still the most essential weapons against illusion, ignorance and fear which are key elements of tyranny.
Africa Relayed by Allan Baryio
What if we were all to wish and stop at wishing where would the world be! Stone Age perhaps
After Hours at The Brew Lounge by Bryan Kolesar
Exploring the stories behind the passionate pursuit of great beer
A Heart Without Compromise; Advocating for Children by Jerome Elam
Children around the globe are too often silent. From victims of abuse - physical, mental, and sexual to those whose lives embrace joy, their stories are many and need to be heard.
A-List on Americanism by Rich Valdes
Looking at pop culture, politics and social issues.
All About Business by Walt Robertson
Business collaboration software can help streamline communications. Our column explores this key business tool in detail.
Allen West: Out of the Foxhole by Allen B. West
Never apologetic. Never afraid. Lieutenant Colonel Allen B. West joins Communities to bring tales from the biggest Foxhole of them all, the one inside the Beltway.
Alley-Oops by Nicholas Goralka
Immerse yourselves in the genius insights of a high school sports freak and statistical wizard who knows it all. Or at least thinks he does.
Alternative Health with Dr. Lind by Peter Lind
Learn to take care of your health.
Amanda Hughes Talks by Amanda Hughes
Provocative and fair, Amanda Hughes speaks, and listens, to what you care about.
American Graffiti by George Farrell
George Farrell is an author, columnist and blogger. He is author of the international selling "Angry Black Man's Guide to Success"
American Humor & Texas Grit by Priscilla Jones
Slaughtering sacred cows with a stiff upper lip so you can digest current events in the home of the brave. (BBQ sauce not included.)
America's Political Pulse by Mike Lapointe
“Critical analysis of politics across the spectrum and throughout the nation – a balanced look into all parts of America’s political dialogue.”
Angelique's Celebrity Q and A by Angelique Christina
Angelique seeks the story behind the story, the person behind the hype, asking the questions and getting the answers.
An Indian Journal - Seeking Balance in India by Sonal Jaitly
An Indian Journal is your window to the world’s largest democracy with a diverse culture, growing economy and deep contradictions that remain unparalleled.
A Novelist’s View of the World by Jack Engelhard
Let’s talk about everything, especially the absurdity of it all
Appalachian Chronicles by Lisa King
Enjoy the musings of this irreverent and humorous Appalachian American student of life, using her own unique experience as the springboard.
A President for the People by T.J. O'Hara
T.J. O’Hara’s column is dedicated to creating a more informed electorate by exploring our Nation’s most pressing issues, challenging conventional thinking, and providing forum for civil discussion with an occasional touch of satire.
Armstrong Williams Right Side Wire by Armstrong Williams
The willingness to takes risks is paramount to success.
Art: The Final Frontier by Alexander Aviado
Exploring the un-charted seas of art and design and all its innate and (most of the time) underappreciated beauty.
A Sip of Black TEA by Jennifer Burke
Powerful and hard-hitting political commentary from a the perspective of a black conservative
As I See-Saw It by Vance Garnett
The world as veteran journalist Vance Garnett sees it, and saw it.
Ask Angela by Angela Trusty
Life advice – from one friend to another!
A Slice of Life by Paul R. Mountjoy
A look into the livelihoods of others.
As Said by Voltaire by Abhishek Seth
Abhishek Seth re-considers the power of PR, Issue Placement, the world at large, and the issues at hand.
Association of Roundball by David Kay
Ballin' out of control with the latest NBA information.
Atheist Idiot by Shane Jones
Secular philosophy, human understanding, and indiscriminate defense for the human condition we call life.
A Time for Choosing by James Richard Edwards
Our Choice: Individual responsibility and self-government or the abandonment of the American Revolution
Autism Unexpected by Jean Winegardner
Thoughts on the unexpected emotions, difficulties and joys involved in raising a special-needs child.
A View from the Tenth by Michael Boldin
The Constitution: Every issue, every time. No exceptions, no excuses. And how to get from here to there.
A Word on the National Interest by Benjamin Ra
Analyzing the most important questions of American foreign policy
A World in our Backyard by Laura Sesana
The world impacts us. What happens in our towns, cities, states, country and on this planet makes a difference to us.
Balls Without Discretion by Samuel Bovard
A chronicle of the ongoing saga of the NFL, NBA and MLB through the daft lens of a misguided youth.
Basic Parent by Chantal Maddocks
You don’t have to be a super-parent to make baby happy. Get pointers on parenting tips to make life easier.
Behind the Links of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) by Carter Lee
Carter Lee pulls no punches covering the hardest-hitting Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) action including UFC, Strikeforce, and more.
Behind the Wheel by Rita Cook
A look at what’s new and what’s worth driving, no matter the budget.
Being Young, Conservative and Spicy by Gabriella Hoffman
Making the right-minded message sizzle
Bells - Religious Notices by Communities AA Writers
Article from readers and notices from houses of worship in and around the Washington, D.C. metro area
Beltway Sports Report by John Heibel
An objective, analysis-based perspective of D.C. sports as seen through the eyes of lifelong D.C. sports enthusiast, John Heibel.
Benghazi: Discussed and Disclosed by Communities AA Writers
A collection of communities writers columns on Benghazi
Between a Rock and a Hard Place by Dariusz Leszczynski
Do we know whether the long-term, extensive, use of cell phones could affect our health? Are our safety limits reliable?
Between Errands by April Thompson by April Thompson
Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness from the carpool lane.
Between the X and the Y by Amanda Brozana
Every day is a battle and ballet between the sexes; Between the X and the Y is here to document and dissect the moves made by either side.
Between Two Destinies by Josiah Cantrall
In a world facing two futures, a Farmington boy lives in the political world of Washington D.C., London and Paris.
Biblical Politics by Frank Kacer
Although contemporary American politics is an unforgiving environment, it’s still wide open to implement a legitimate worldview based on timeless Biblical values.
Big Reads For Little Hands by Brighid Moret
Big Reads For Little Hands features weekly reviews of new and classic books for toddlers and children.
Bill Kelly's Truth Squad by William Kelly
A conservative commentator and satirist takes on the worlds of politics and entertainment in pursuit of truth, justice and all things America.
Black Tea with the Black Sphere by Kevin Jackson
Kevin Jackson points his barbarous wit at race and class to expose the hypocrisies and ironies of politics mainly at the Left.
B'n Heard by BN Heard
B'n heard is the voice of BN Heard, who will take you along on his sometimes serious and mostly humorous journeys.
Brass Tacks by Charles Ortel
Brenner Brief by Sara Marie Brenner
Brazen, leading-edge, “call it like it is” columns and reporting from Ohio native, radio host and writer, Sara Marie Brenner.
Business Browser by Communities AA Writers
When you need to know who is making business, and what business is being made, you need the Business Browser.
Buzz on Bees by Wayne Anderson
Buzz on Bees is a column promoting the love and life of God’s greatest pollinators on earth: The Honeybee
By The Numbers: The Story Behind The Politics by Jim Eltringham
There is a story behind every election, every politician, every event. And it is often found in numbers.
Call to Quorum by Stephen Boniberger
A young conservative defending the salient issues of Liberty, Justice and the Natural Law.
Capitalism Institute by Shaun Connell
Capitalism Institute covers political news from an economic approach, emphasizing the basic human need for liberty.
Castles in the Clouds by Joseph Breslin
Sifting and exploring through cultural fog for ideas that endure.
Catholic Analysis by Matthew Olson
A young Catholic's political and theological perspectives.
Cause, Conflict, Conclusion by Michael Shank, Ph.D.
Wondering why the same conflicts keep happening? Time to dig deeper. Ferret out the root cause.
CDN Political Update by Communities AA Writers
A daily update on political news and analysis from Communities Digital News experts
Celebrity Talk Show with Paolo by Paolo Presta
Oprah's Dream Boy Paolo Presta sits down for fun one on one interviews with the stars of today and Hollywood legends.
Central America | Maya 2012 by Maya 2012
The people of Central America have a long history that goes back to when this land emerged as Pangia stretched apart and the diverse lands of MesoAmerica emerged.
Champion's Heart by Kristi Overton-Johnson
A wife, mother of three and world waterskiing champion looks at the world through the eyes of her faith.
Changing World of Health and Health Care by Russ Gerber
Finding health and health care is not easy. It is changing. Know what's on the rise.
Charles Vandegriffe Time and Place by Charles Vandegriff, Sr.
Born in 1930 in rural Missouri, Charles Vandegriffe, Sr., brings his time and place to the Communities.
Chid Speaks at Communities by Chidike Okeem
Topics will include politics, religion, race, culture, and anything else that needs to be discussed...
CHILL Manager: Sportsmanship in the Real World by Jenni McNamara
Cool heads instill life lessons, especially in sports. With real-life examples, learn how poor sportsmanship affects the physical and emotional safety of young athletes.
Citizen Warrior by Tiffany Madison
Uncensored exploration of issues concerning current events, civil liberties, American political advocacy, and the political and social issues facing military veterans.
Climatism: A Mad, Mad, Mad World by Steve Goreham
Straight talk on climate science, energy economics, and public policy.
COEXIST with Kamal Ahmad by Kamal S. Ahmad
This world gets smaller and the ideologies get stronger. Fears grow. Temper flair. Hate brews. But out of it all, we can coexist.
Cold Truth with Jack Cashill by Jack Cashill
Telling the stories that the mainstream media refuse to tell
College Football by Communities AA Writers
This column covers the world of college football from different points of view from writers across the country.
Common Sense by Paul E. Rondeau
Paul Rondeau exposes the propaganda, media tricks, and government policies that undermine our families, faith, freedom…and even life itself
Common Sense and Current Events by Kerby Rials
As Mark Twain said, The trouble with common sense, is that it isn’t common. Writer Kerby Rials shines the lights of common sense and humor on the US presidential race, the culture wars & life in general.
Common Sense Conservative by Brandon Brice
Criticism may not be agreeable, but it is necessary. It fulfills the same function as pain in the human body. It calls attention to an unhealthy state of things.
Communities Broadcast by Jacquie Kubin
Ideas from Communities for One America News Network
Communities Health and Science today by Communities AA Writers
A collection of reader guest articles, thoughts and opinions by Communities writers, expert opinions and breaking news and information.
Consciousness & Health by Eric Nelson
Taking a deeper look at the undeniable connection between mind and body from a writer and speaker on matters of health, and a practitioner of Christian Science.
Conservative Political Action Committee - CPAC 2013 March 14-16 by Communities AA Writers, Oleg Atbashian, John Paul Cassil, Danny de Gracia, Joseph S. Diedrich, Ryan James Girdusky, Eric Golub, Danny Huizinga, Priscilla Jones, Al Maurer, Terry Ponick, Paul E. Rondeau, Paul Samakow and Mike Shortridge
News and Information for CPAC 2013 at National Harbor: Destination and event information, speaker schedules and more
Conserving Freedom by John Paul Cassil
A conservative student activist shares on politics, economics, and occasionally entertainment.
Consider Again by Danny Huizinga
"Critical thinking is thinking about your thinking while you're thinking in order to make your thinking better." - Dr. Richard Paul
Contemporary Christian Travel by Ruth Hill
Christians have long taken pilgrimages. Today faith-based travel has a new look that blends heritage with diversions.
Convergence: The Science of Religion by Jasper Macmasters
The temptation is to close our minds and take a side: however on this subject, more than any other, it is open minds we need.
CPAC - 2012 by Communities AA Writers
The 39th Annual Conservative Party Action Conference begins Thursday, February 9, 2012
Craft-O-Rama by Cynthia Romero
Creative craft ideas for the budget-challenged, the D.I.Y. crowd and the just plain bored
Crystal Wright: Conservative Black Chick by Crystal Wright
Crystal Wright is a black conservative woman living in Washington, D.C.
Culinary Quest by Linda Mensinga
Great discoveries in the world of restaurants and chefs fulfill the quest for delicious food and cooking.
Cultural Matters in the Unheavenly City by John Bennett
Looking at current events free of dogma and false compassion.
Curmudgeon Corner by Larry Momo
Now that Andy Rooney is gone some thought I should step in to be America’s next curmudgeon. What a thought!
Curtain Up! by Terry Ponick
Classical music and the performing arts: news and reviews you can use.
Date, Set, Match: Dating for now and for marriage by Eric Golub
Romance is a beautiful forest, but dating can be a jungle. Join Eric Golub as he brushes past the thickets and thorns to find his rose.
Davis on Political Media by Dorian Davis
Reading the news. Judgmentally
Deaver Drive by Weylan Deaver
Where the landscape is seen through a biblical lens.
Dental Health with Dr. Patel by Dr. Priya Patel
Learn dental health and best practices with Dr. Priya Patel.
Derek Crockett: From My Perspective by Derek Crockett
One man's perspective. Exploration and commentary designed to challenge the conventional thinking of the day on the political issues affecting our nation.
Dispatches From The Heartland by John Creighton
Exploring American life now that the world's gone global.
Disrobing Blind Justice by Clare O'Toole
We must dig deep behind the court-regulated carnage that stems from ugly divorces to find the cause of systemic problems hurting embattled parents and their children
American are said to be the most generous people on earth. From the neighborhood group to the corporations that care, these are the stories of people helping people because they can.
Drinking Muddy Water by Ronald Moten
A black Civil Rights Republican speaks out!
East Meets West Parenting by Cynthia Lim
The laughter and tears of parenting across borders and cultures.
Economics and Politics Today by Taweh D. Beysolow, II
Weekly updates on domestic political and economic news from a libertarian standpoint
Economic Sophisms by Daniel Brackins
Looking at the seen and unseen sides of politics and economics.
Edge of the Precipice by Lawrence J. Fedewa
Thoughts of a former academic-turned- businessman (and quasi-libertarian) as he looks at the actions, events and policies of our government and its players.
Education Spotlight by Malcolm Lewis Barnes and Candi Peterson
“Education Spotlight”, is designed to focus attention on leading educators, students, administrators and stakeholders in the public education arena.
Egypt: Pyramids and Revolution by Anwaar Abdalla
Egypt is filled with first hand accounts about Egypt - sharing stories, culture and news.
Election 2012: Communities predicts the winner... by Communities AA Writers, Henry D'Andrea, Danny de Gracia, Michael Jaeger, Kevin Kelly and Bob Siegel
Elections Fastbreak by Ayobami Olugbemiga
“Do you ever get the feeling that the only reason we have elections is to find out if the polls were right?”- Robert Orben
EMEA Watch by Tiffany Shorter
Eye on Europe, the Middle East and Africa
End of the Day by Julia Goralka
As the sun sets, the day ends, thoughts crowd our minds...
Enemies Domestic by Alan Alsup
Animated political commentary offered by the satirical cartoonitures of MrDrawingguy
>Energy by Michael Jaeger
Our world is full of energy in many forms. Come explore how energy touches everything in our lives.
Engage the Nation by Princella D. Smith
Princella Smith will engage the nation withinternational political news, domestic political news, and opinions on current events in pop culture.
Entertainment News and Reviews by Communities AA Writers and Danny de Gracia
Entertainment News and Reviews from Washington, D.C. and beyond.
Ernest Istook: Knowing Inside by Ernest Istook
Does it take over 25 years in public service to really know what goes on in Washington?
EUropeanization Monitor by Pleurat Halili
EUropeanization Monitor focuses on the economic and political affairs of Southeast European countries as they aspire towards EU integration.
EV Revolution News by Jack Collins
Electric car writers dig deep into the people, companies, and stories driving the electric car revolution.
Exiting the Comfort Zone by Henry Biernacki
The column where people and countries are described in a new fashion. Henry Biernacki depicts experiences of a traveler, with no set itinerary, combining non-fiction with fiction.
Exordium Technology by Jon Norwood
A deeper look at new technology that anyone can understand.
Experiencing the World with ATO by Ty Stevens
Join Ty Stevens and the staff from Adventure Traveler Online as they share their brand of travel, filled with the unique and interesting places found off the well beaten path.
Exploring Patriot Profiles by Jeanne McKinney
Writer Jeanne McKinney finds the stories of the individuals that are today's patriots, heroes.
Fade to Black by Jason Black
Oklahoman Jason Black's view of sports with a twist of pop culture.
Family on Bikes by Nancy Sathre-Vogel
The Vogel family tours the world by bicycle and (hopefully) inspires others to live their adventure.
Feed the Mind, Nourish the Soul by Claire Hickey
Human interest stories to feed interest, satisfy curiosity and see outside the box.
Finding Your Escape Hatch by Michael Hiller
Learning how to amp up your life, and vacation, to an 11
Forbidden Table Talk by Bob Siegel
Political satirist and Christian apologist Bob Siegel discusses religion and politics.
Frederick Douglass: A model for the ages by Stacy Swimp
Frederick Douglass remains an example of the power of abiding in faith and hope. He went from being a slave to becoming a model for the ages.
Free Advice Capitalist by Robert P. Murphy
Murphy analyzes government and Fed policies to help people steer through choppy waters. He shows the unintended consequences of meddling with the free market economy.
Freedom and Liberty by Bhekuzulu Khumalo
Why can’t humans just be free to be humans?
Freedom of the Press is not Free by Alan Jones
From Naïve to Native in Madrid by Scott Figatner
Join along as a George Washington University student immerses himself into Madrid’s food, arts, cultural and social life as he quests for total Spanish enculturation.
From Tahrir Square - Tales from Egypt by Anwaar Abdalla
We hear about the politics, now lets visit with the people of the square
Funding Democracy: The Economics of Freedom by Michael Busler
Understanding economic events with a free market explanation
Game On by Jerod Jarvis
PC and iPhone gaming news, reviews and commentary all served up for your reading pleasure.
Geno's World at The Communities by Geno Carter
Can Geno’s World entertain me, inform me and make me a better person? Yes. Can you loan me Five bucks? No.
Girl of Center-Right by Shoshana Weissmann
A center-right perspective on politics, policy, campaigns, and the Supreme Court, delivered by a millennial workaholic vegetarian Jewish Republican.
Globally Green by Rita Cook
An inside look at the world highlighting not only green issues affecting us all, but everything from green travel to green technology.
Going Green and Global by Armando Bravo Martinez
G3 seeks to provide commentary and report on environmental and global trends.
Golf Today: Players, Events and Fields by Richard Mandell
Visit our grassroots endeavor to help return the sporting qualities to the game we love playing.
Grassroots Forum by Woody Woodrum
Woody Woodrum provides a common sense narrative on the importance of American Culture, Family, Exceptionalism and leadership to the community.
Great Political Debate by Politics Guest
Communities writers, and sometimes readers, debte the political, economic and social issues of the day.
Hail Mary Food of Grace by Mary Moran
Chef Mary Moran discusses the food we eat, where it comes from and what it does for us.
Harriet's Book Reviews by Harriet Klausner
Harriet Klausner reviews the books you want to read!
Haydon's Soccer and Sports Pitch by John Haydon
Covering the world of soccer, including the World Cup, Major League Soccer, D.C. United and the English Premier League and other interesting sporting events.
Healthy Tips and Scripts by Jacqueline Marshall
A useful and slightly humorous digest of the latest health buzz, tips, and resources.
Heavy Metal Hensch by Mark Hensch
The brutal truth on all things heavy metal.
He is With the People by Walter Ruskin
We can only be “We the people” if we actually know the people.
Here, There and Everywhere by Julia Goralka
A weekly round-up of political, sports and entertainment tidbits.
Higher Things by Vasko Kohlmayer
Because everything is ultimately spiritual.
Hip Hop Entertainers by John R. Wood, JR and HHR Writers
Writers from Hip Hop Republican writing about movies, music, dance and more
Hip Hop Republicans by HHR Writers
Manhattan-based free-market urban bloggers bringing original political content with fresh, young voices
History on Purpose by Dennis Jamison
History doesn't have to be grim; there is a lot to be learned from the pages of time.
Holiday 2013 Traditions by Communities AA Writers
From Christmas to Hanukkah, Yule, Bodhi, or just the time we carve out for family and friends we all have traditions to share.
Holy Heck by Nicole Pandolfo
A twenty-something’s musings on religion and today.
Hustle Bear by Judd Weiss by Judd Weiss
Live, Let Live, Achieve, and Enjoy
I Did Build That by Jacquie Kubin
Have you built your business? Did your parents build a business? A friend? A sibling. From architects to welders, doctors to contractors, America is fueled by small business. Add your story to ours.
Images from Dave Bartruff's World by Dave Bartruff
We can't always journey to the far corners of the world; Thankfully photojournalists share their journeys with us. Come see the world through Dave's heart, eyes and lens.
Inauguration 2013 - Ceremonies, parades, balls and parties past and present by Communities AA Writers
On January 21, 2013, President Obama will be sworn in as the 44th President. Join Communities as we cover Inaugurations past and present.
Ingredients for Healthy Living by Jessica Claire Haney
Reflections on raising families in a holistic way -- with a focus on nutrition and alternative health.
In Memory - Obituaries by Obituary Notice
In memory of those we have loved, and lost.
In My Orbit by Jennifer Oliver O'Connell
Opinion, analysis, and musings on politics, pop culture, reinvention, and the resultant flotsam and jetsam floating around the right-of-center quadrant of the Left Coast.
In Pursuit of Beauty by Mark Nowakowski
New music and the arts based on the idea that pursuing truth, goodness, and beauty is the central aim of the examined life.
In Pursuit of Beauty (X) by Mark Nowakowski
New music and the arts (with a bit of cultural and religious commentary sprinkled in) based on the idea that pursuing truth, goodness, and beauty is the central aim of the examined life.
Intelligence and World Affairs by Lisa M. Ruth
Analysis of world affairs, the intelligence community and US foreign policy.
Interrogating Religion by Jenn Lindsay
Irreverent Meditations on Human Reverence
In That Moment of Space by Carter Lee
Space, it’s all around us. The question is how will you use yours.
In the Arena by Heath Mayo
A young American in the fight to ensure that our country's future is a better, brighter, and solvent one.
In the Middle by Charles van Heck
Peer between the lines of life's intellectual, political and cultural prose.
Into the Bleachers by Alex Sopko
Go ‘Into the Bleachers’ to find out what athletes are doing on the playing field and for your community
Israel Online by Judith Levy
A view from Tel Aviv on Israel, her neighbors and beyond.
It’s All Smoke and Whiskey by Conor Higgins
All of the world’s problems, solved on your back porch
Ivan Ilić Notes by Ivan Ilić
Pianist Ivan Ilić shares the music he loves and the lives of those that create the soundtracks of our lives.
Joel Berliner's Good Life by Joel Berliner
The pursuit of all that is joyous in travelling the globe is the essence of The Good Life, whether its Hawaii or the South of France.
John Glaser: Entangling Alliances by John Glaser
John Glaser turns his pen toward foreign policy and international relations around the world
Guiding you on personal credit protection and financial management for a better credit understanding that will give you a better credit standing.
Judson Phillips: Cold, Hard Truth by Judson Phillips
The cold hard truth about politics in America today and the state of this once great nation.
Just Enough for the City by Chris Ladd
Searching for a Republican agenda that can thrive in an increasingly urban, diverse, and secular America.
Just My Point by Jessica Pieklo
Examining the role of government in our personal and collective existence.
Kellett's Comments by Michael Kellett
Mike Kellett Comments explore the latest news fro the government and military.
Kitchen Journeys: Traveling the World Through Food by Amelia Ames
Can't take a trip, for a week or a weekend? From the exotic to the familiar, you can travel the world, or your hometown, through food.
Koultoura by Tre' Goins-Phillips
Tré invites readers to join in the discussion on today’s hot-topics and yesterday’s age-old questions with a fresh and new passion.
Larkslist by Lark Gould
Traveling Ahead of the Curve: News, Views, Clues and Must-Dos for travel on a constantly changing planet
Leading Edge Legal Advice for Everyday Matters by Paul Samakow
Life happens and the Law either protects you or foils you. Here you will learn how to stay ahead of the game.
Legally Speaking by Myra Fleischer
Despite cynicism about the law, it can provide you justice, protection, and ensure your rights.
Letters from London by Lee Mannion
We’re not all having tea with the Queen you know.
Letters from Pakistan by Qaisar Farooq Gondal
This is a place for those who are looking forward to understand Muslim civilisation of Pakistan.
Letters from Readers by Communities AA Writers
Letters from the Readers of Communities @WashingtonTimes.com
Leveling Common Sense by Steve Levy
The only thing broken about our immigration policy has been our collective cowardice as a nation to enforce our current immigration laws
Liberating Africa for Freedom by Fiyinfoluwa Elegbede
Africa is poor because she is NOT free – George Ayittey
Liberty In Our Time by Dave Nalle
Positive propaganda for a nation in peril.
LifeCycles by Laurie Edwards-Tate
The “Silver Tsunami” created by aging Baby Boomers is hitting America. Let’s explore how we adjust to it, enjoy it and defy negative expectations about age.
Life-Line: Healthful Habits Made Simple by Michael Janati
Gaining familiarity with the psychological underpinnings of hurdles encountered when making lifestyle changes, and modifying these behavioral strategies to improve adherence and attain goals
Life Lines by Communities AA Writers
Join the Communities. We want to hear from you.
Life Stories by Joseph Cotto
Culture, entertainment, style, travel, and more of the finer things in life.
Life With Lisa by Lisa M. Ruth
Reviews, insights and commentary from an eclectic observer.
List of Ten by Communities AA Writers
Lists of top ten movies, songs, funny moments, fashion statements, automobiles, children's names, stupid celebrity moments, first dates, last dates, weddings, and much, much more.
Living Inside Out Loud by Paula Carrasquillo
Connecting to our emotional, physical, and mental health one story at a time
Local News Round-Up by Susan L Ruth
A look at the happenings in the local counties of the Washington D.C. metro regions of Virginia and Maryland.
London 2012 Summer Olympic Games by Communities AA Writers, Jason Black, Karla Bruning, Gayle Falkenthal, Nicholas Goralka, John Haydon, Catherine Poe, Jill K. Robinson and Arjuna Subramanian
Citius, Altius, Fortius: Faster, Higher, Stronger. The world gathers in London, England to witness athletes performing at the highest levels of sport and human spirit at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games.
Looking for Luke by Luke Montgomery
Looking for answers to social discontent as the clock of civilization winds down.
Looking West: From China to Hollywood, news and reviews by Dwain Worrell
News and reviews from the Grand Theaters in China to Grauman's Chinese Theater on Hollywood.
Lori's Centiments by Lori Rose Centi
From family to children, to life on our street and in our world, Lori shares her view of the world
Love & Basketball by Jeff Barrett
We all have a relationships with sports. Make it Facebook official.
Lower 9th Ward Conservative by Bill Randall
Weekly agitation from a columnist who many believed to be one of the least likely to become known as a Conservative Republican.
Made in China by Charlie Shifflett
China’s growing influence and what it means for America – from Capitol Hill to Main Street
Magic and Math by Ian Martinez
Politics and business insights balancing the human side of policymaking with a data-driven approach to assessing whether policies work.
Making Change by Donna Rae Scheffert
People making changes that positively impact their own and others lives.
Making Waves: A Hawaii Perspective on Washington Politics by Danny de Gracia
How does our 50th state view D.C. politics?
Manage Your Particles! by Kristin Mackey
Easy and fun ways to make positive changes in your life.
Manifest Positivity by Dave Berman, C.Ht.
Helping the YOUniverse conspire on your behalf.
Man vs Magistrate With Brandon Loran Maxwell by Brandon Loran Maxwell
No kings. No choirs. No qualms.
Marketing Perks by Sherrie Perkovich
Navigate the ever-changing world of marketing and advertising. From brand strategy to digital marketing and social media, Sherrie will offer advice to help you stay on the right path.
Market Maven by Terry Ponick
Wall Street news for retail investors who want to know what's going on.
Maternal Ammunition by Julianna W. Miner and Kristin Wilson Keppler
Tips, advice and silliness for parents trying to negotiate the treacherous waters of raising kids.
Media Migraine by Gayle Falkenthal
First over-the-counter column approved for fast and effective relief from even your worst media-induced headache.
Medicine and Politics in America by Adam Frederic Dorin, M.D., MBA
Health care reform, organized medicine, physician practice management, and patient care--a real time look at the challenges facing doctors and patients in America today.
Metro News by Communities AA Writers, Malcolm Lewis Barnes, John Heibel, Rahat Husain, Susan L Ruth and Alex Sopko
Find the latest news and happening that effect those in the Washington D.C., Northern Virginia and Maryland Metro region.
Mid-Atlantic Nights by Megan Speight
Writer Megan Speight gets out after dark to hit the clubs, concerts, theaters and dining destinations from DC to Baltimore and beyond.
Middle Class Guy by Peter Bella
What does the middle-class conservative think about everything? Find out here.
Leaving the military means finding new ways to work, not only to fill your day but also to give purpose and a paycheck to your life.
Mobile Stars: The Latest Smartphones and Tablets by Vlad Andrici
Find out who’s making waves in the mobile industry
Mobilization of the Craft Beer Industry by Michael Lamardo
Craft breweries are getting more attention from patrons in the industry lately.
Moderate Indecisiveness by Joel Larson
An itinerant college graduate discusses politics, media and generation Y.
Modern Smiles Dental with Dr. Ali by Ali Forghani, DDS
Finding radiant smiles and dental health with Dr. Ali Forghani
Movies in Total by Communities AA Writers
Movie reviews, interviews, including the latest on DVR and Blu-Ray.
Moving A Needle by Jona Jone
Interesting and helpful tidbits about home purchasing that can help you "move a needle" and make a difference in the lives of people that matter the most.
Mugged by Reality by Raj Kannappan
Our political system has suffered, but it has survived this long
Museum Mavens by Communities AA Writers
News and reviews of notable museums, and exhibits, and art events.
Musings of a Millennial Heretic by Rek LeCounte
The real-world reflections of a disaffected, erstwhile overachieving millennial navigating life and politics beyond the Ivory Tower.
My Screens Have Screens by Christopher Bowes
Arts and entertainment from the trenches of the culture wars
Narcotics For Leatherheads (NFL) by Eric Golub
NFL junkie Eric Golub reports on his favorite obsession. There is no football offseason. Every February he pretends to care about other sports while sobbing uncontrollably each Sunday until September.
NBA Basketball by Communities AA Writers
Various Communities writers contribute content relating to NBA basketball.
Networking Without Faces by Tommy Swanson
Observing how non-profits, businesses, and ordinary people engage with others online.
New Business Bytes by Drew Hendricks
Insights into and updates from the most up to date technologies from the most exciting young companies from every corner of the globe.
NFL Football by Communities AA Writers
This column covers the world of NFL football from the different perspectives of various writers across the country.
No 2 Religion Yes 2 Faith by Frank Raj
To give all religions due respect, but give none the power to control our connection with God.
Normandy: City of Destiny and LIght by Andrea Poe
Normandy, a small town tucked along the shore outside of Paris, France. It is the site where many American's met their destiny; it is where the light still shines brightly.
Not Fit For Print by Ryan James Girdusky
Ryan James Girdusky takes on political and culture issues of the day with his provocative worldview. Above all Ryan believes in preserving and restoring Faith, Family, and the West.
Not What You Expect with Mary L. Tabor by Mary Tabor
I ferret out the detail, love the footnote, am never bored and believe it all leads to story. Best advice I ever got? “Only connect …” E.M. Forster
Not Your Average Read by Amanda Read
Trained as a historian, skilled as a writer, and aspiring to be a filmmaker, Amanda Read investigates the ideas behind contemporary culture and politics.
Obamacare Watch by Terry Ponick
America's Great Experiment with socialized medicine.
Occupy Parenthood by Catherine Durkin Robinson
Tips for American parents interested in raising healthy, competent, and socially-aware children who will never embarrass themselves on reality television.
Omkara World by Adam Helfer
Empowering mind/body/spirit and health dialogue along with cutting-edge, conscious social, political, and world commentary with Adam Omkara. Join the Evolution!
One America News versus Al-Jazeera’s jihad on American Cable TV by Judson Phillips
Al-Jazeera is about to bring Jihad to cable TV. But there is an alternative!
One Conservative's Opinion by Melodye A Aben
Current events impact not only us but more importantly our families.
On The Fly by Russ Rankin
Inside the sport of hockey from a scout’s perspective
Out and About Baltimore by Tamar Alexia Fleishman
Charm City Charmers: a not-so-ragtag group of Baltimore area writers lead by Tamar Alexia Fleishman
Out and About DC by Susan L Ruth
Things to do, places to go, new spots to enjoy with friends and family from Norfolk to Washington, D.C., to Delaware and all points inbetween.
Out and About Louisiana by Megan Boyanton
Listening to the heartbeat of Louisiana, including events, food, family and culture.
Out and About Northwest by Crai S Bower
What do rafting the Yukon’s Tat, splashing about Whitefish, Montana’s saloons and browsing Seattle’s Belltown boutiques have in common?
Out and About NYC by Jennifer Ceaser
Take a bite out of the Big Apple and be the first to know what’s hot, happening, and overall fab in New York City!
Out and About OKC by Out and About Oklahoma City Staff
Oklahoma City's entertainment, food, museums and festivals covered by Jason Black.
Out and About San Francisco ~ San Jose by Sherrie Perkovich
Join us for an extraordinary adventure through the San Francisco Bay Area, including San Jose.
Out On A Whim by Gerald Nachman
A weekly humor column about Americana, satirizing whatever seems worthy of kidding, including political inanity and insanity -- conservative, liberal and everything in between.
Over My Head by Randall Furrow
There's Someone out there who is greater than us and He wants to help if He can just get a foot in the door.
Pages and Stages by Frances Ponick
Communications: Issues, answers, and expert advice.
Pakistan: The Untold Story of Trauma, Transition, and Opportunity by Mudassar Ali Khan
This is story of a beleaguered nation that can see light at the end of the tunnel.
Parenting The First Time Through by Brighid Moret
Entering the world of first time parents, there are lots of secrets unveiled.
Passionate About Politics by Courtney M. Minturn
Analyzing Stateside & International Politics, Military & Security, Crime & Justice with the occasional celebrity for fun!
Payne-Full Living by Matt Payne
Join Matt on weekly adventures in all forms as he pushes past his comfort levels in an attempt to stimulate the body, mind and soul.
Peace, Love & Harry by Jasmine Harrison
An adult perspective on the Harry Potter phenomenon
People Over Politics with Richard St. Paul by Richard St. Paul
Dedicated to a life of public service, Richard St. Paul discusses people, politics and the more important of the two.
Photo Corner by Communities AA Writers
Slideshows from Communities shooters
Pithanthropy – The Human Conditioner by Jim Bozeman
Sometimes life requires a paradigm twist.
Playing Through by Reece Lewis
Playing Through covers the world of PGA golf, as well as tips your the average golfer to play better.
Play Innisbrook Golf by Dawn Mercer
Bringing the famed Innisbrook Golf Institute to readers, Class-A PGA professional Rodney Green's "back-to-basics" philosophies will help you better your game.
Political Potpourri by Communities AA Writers
A collection of reader guest articles, thoughts and opinions by Communities writers and breaking news and information.
Politics and Pride by R. Clarke Cooper
Advocating for the Republican Party to be on the right side of history supporting liberty for all.
Politics from the Blue Collar by Mike Shortridge
Never heard of a Laffer-Curve? Not sure what Utilitarianism means? This may be the place for you. Today's politics, no dictionary required.
Politics of Raising Children by Jeneba Ghatt
A slice of suburban family life from the diverse perspectives of a politically minded mom.
Politics & Policy by Jimmy Dahroug
Jimmy Dahroug analyzes the most exciting campaigns and provides thoughtful commentary on policy.
Politics, Policy and the Public Interest by Jimmy Dahroug
immy Dahroug analyzes the most exciting campaigns and provides thoughtful commentary on policy.
Premium Cable by Jacob Klein
Distilling the best that television has to offer with news, reviews, previews and insights into premium cable programs and award winning series
Provoking Hearts and Minds by Vishwas Anand
Vishwas Anand feels poetry can influence minds and hearts as you sway to your latent emotions and seek that perfect resonance.
Rankin Full Stop by Russ Rankin
This column will cover the experiential spectrum of music as well as politics and all the things caught in between.
Reality 101 by Rick Townley
Time to grow up, stop whining and get back to work building a better world.
Reawakening Liberty by Thomas Mullen
A libertarian look at breaking news and political trends by author Tom Mullen.
Red Alert by Jennifer Kerns
Red Alert focuses on the hottest political topics in the nation and calls Americans to action.
Red Pill, Blue Pill by Al Maurer
Al Maurer provides a common sense, conservatarian, Constitutional conservative perspective from the battleground state of Colorado
Red Thread: An Adoptive Family Forum by Andrea Poe
The Red Thread is written for that special tribe: adoptive families and those who hope to be.
Reflective Persuasions by Sidrah Zaheer
Being reflective, Sidrah Zaheer tries to make her points persuasively on anything that peaks her curiosity and needs to be told.
Resolutions and New Years: January 2012 renewal by Communities AA Writers
Read the memories we made to the resolutions we make; Celebrating, while live streaming and chatting with readers and writers, the dropping of the ball of NYE from Times Square.
Rest Insured by Liran Hirshkorn
Nobody likes to talk about dying
Retraining the Imagination by William Dembski
Cultural transformation within a broad Christian humanism comes from retraining our imaginations to see purpose in an otherwise capricious world, thereby celebrating the divine creativity that animates all aspects of reality.
Rhein Time: Clocking in with Olympian Hopefuls by Tara Rhein
The only place providing an insider look at the human behind the Super Athlete.
Rhode to Financial Freedom by Steve Rhode
Consumer debt expert Steve Rhode shows readers how to emerge from debt.
Richard Ivory Gives Voice by Richard Ivory
Richard Ivory, editor-in-chief of Hip Hop Republicans and HHR at Communities Digital News, turns his interests, and pen, to the people making news today.
Rich Like Me by Rich Stowell
An establishmentarian conservative, short on cash, but long on wisdom.
Rick Townley's World of Books & Publishing by Rick Townley
A carefully guided tour through the confusing world of modern bookselling and publishing.
Ridiculously Moderate by Bruce Kasanoff
Too practical to be liberal, too compassionate to be conservative, and too immature to be serious.
Riffs by Stephen Bradley
Find up-to-date information on the D.C. and Baltimore live music scenes and read interviews with artists and reviews of the latest releases and concerts.
Right Angles by Ruthie Blum
“Right Angles” explores serious subjects, such as the Islamization of the Middle East and delegitimization of Israel, with humor, candor and a twist.
Rights So Divine by Youngbee Dale
Everyone has the divine rights as human beings because they were created in the image of God
Ringside Seat by Gayle Falkenthal
Get in the middle of all the action inside and outside the boxing ring.
Run, Karla, Run! by Karla Bruning
Notes from a running nerd: musings and more on all things running.
Salt Lake City and the world by Rich Stowell
Rich Stowell explores his own backyard and the world that surrounds it
Scatterings of Africa by Sisi Lwandle
In a continent where dictators are releasing fashion clothing lines, fuel more expensive than the actual vehicle and the press strategically silenced, I honestly have no idea where to start.
SeeTalkGrow: The New Entertainment Industry by Jennifer Grassman
Documenting the development of an emerging business model and networking platform, Project SeeTalkGrow takes an inside look at the music, film, technology, and communications industries.
Self Talk with Susan Commander Samakow by Susan Samakow
Learn how to navigate your day in business and life so you can make healthy choices and decisions.
Sharp Pearson Thoughts by Tamon Pearson
Politics and pop culture from the perspective of an independent hip-hop conservative
Sightseers' Delight by Todd DeFeo
Consummate traveler Todd DeFeo explores the unique stories that make destinations worth going to.
Simply the World by Andrew Scarpitta
A millennial writing about the Foreign Policy and National Defense issues, as seen through the eyes of a New Yorker shaped and molded in the 9/11 era.
Sipping Point by Laurie Forster
Practical and down to earth information on the world of wine and spirits.
Small Business Circle with Lawrence Cole by Lawrence Cole
Find news, opinions, editorial and discussion on topics of interest to current and aspiring business entrepreneurs.
Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics by Communities AA Writers
The latest coverage of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics
Social and the City by Courtney Gordner
Social media is playing a role in our everyday life. What do they have up their sleeve next? How do we deal with it?
So Here's the Thing by Rebekah Kuschmider
One Mom's take on, well, it all. So Here's the Thing is the musings of a mom who left the workforce but took her brain with her.
Space Center by Todd Stowell
As the Space Shuttles are crated up to be shipped to museums, including the Smithsonian Air and Space in Washington, DC, writer Todd Stowell records the process.
Speaking of Family by Communities AA Writers
From raising children to identifying educational and service options for your children, Speaking of Family is where you can write...
Speaking Out by Holly Smith
An advocate against sexual trafficking and for victims, Holly Smith speaks out.
Spill It! How to Maintain and Repair Your MacBook by John LaLoggia
The stories of damaged Mac Books that had liquid spilled on them and how they were brought back to life by the Mac Experts at LiquidSpill.com
Spiritually Yours by Manu Arya
Spiritually yours is about each one of us. Mostly using examples from mythological stories, this column tries to find logic behind faith.
Sportfolio by Jill K. Robinson
Exploring the world of adventure sports—where “adventure” is sometimes only a state of mind.
Sports Around by Communities AA Writers
Contributions to the Communities Sports desk from readers.
Spotlight on Sports by Angelique Christina
Angelique Christina looks at sports - from the game to the latest news, reviews and scandals
Stages of Grief by Frances Ponick
After serious loss, grief manifests itself as incredibly painful and unpredictable feelings.
Steps to Authentic Happiness via Positive Psychology by Paul Mountjoy
Happiness is attainable. Morning to night. I love to teach, deal with folks that have an issue and really wish to tackle it and write.
Stimulus That! by Jim Picht
Global economy, the civilizing power of markets and public morals.
Stories of Faith by Clark Eberly
Stories, essays and ideas on issues of faith
Super Natural Home by Beth Greer
Strategies and advice on living a safer, less toxic and more natural life.
Susan's Picks by Susan McKee
Go beyond tourism's "top 10" bus tour destinations with Susan McKee as she explores the varied history, culture, food, and gardens, of the world.
Table Talk Redux by Michael Mickler
Conscience and plain reason before authority
Tagging Up by Steve Adler
A stat-head’s outlook, direct from his worn in couch cushion.
Tales of the Dragon by Tang Long
A guide into the Chinese world.
Talking Sense by Tim Kern
We’re human: we don’t always think things through, so we accept many ideas that are, well, ideas that are wrong. We also look past certain truths without recognizing them.
Tango of Mind and Emotion by Jacqueline Marshall
Notes for nurturing and understanding mental-emotional health.
Teaming Up For Success by Carla Ledbetter
People celebrating good things that happen through successful teamwork.
Tea Party Report by Laura Kelly and William J. Kelly
Real news, opinion and true-life tales from everyday Americans on the front lines of the Tea Party movement. This is your story.
Tech Tips in 10 Minutes or Less by Katie Elizabeth
Implement these actionable tips, how-to’s and best practices in 10 minutes or less to leverage online communications and technology for brand, business and career development.
TekkNotes by Derek Crockett
Providing the latest tech news, opinions, and reviews related to tech issues and products in a clear, concise and unbiased manner.
Telling It Like It Is by Barbara Amaya
Barbara Amaya brings a unique perspective and voice to her writing, the voice of a survivor
That's RIGHT! I Said It! by Doni Kandel
Doni Kandel shares his self-prescribed cocktail of humor and hard-nosed honesty required to remain a passionate and sane conservative and Zionist in today's tumultuous world.
The 2nd Golden Era of Advertising by Rob Bliss
Exploring what makes the latest viral content explode, and why we can’t help but share it.
The American Muslim by Rahat Husain
The Business of Being Diva by Jennifer Grassman
Documenting the transitional state of the music industry.
The Business of Living by Joseph S. Diedrich
Libertarian thought beyond politics, unrestrained by convention.
The Capitalist Snark by Michael Justin Lee
Commentary at the intersection of global finance and politics. Usually.
The Career Doctor's Prescription by Cassi Fields
The Career Doctor Cassi Fields prescribes valuable advice for anyone looking to find a career, nail an interview or earn a promotion.
The Chocolate Report: My (Mis) Adventures in Tomorrowland by Aziza Jackson
The latest and greatest in Chocolate-‐related news is analyzed and discussed here with biting commentary and an introspective look at the Land of Tomorrow.
The Civil War by Martha M. Boltz
News and views on the Civil War.
The Collective by Jenny Winder
An eclectic pick from the best science, art and music on the web
The Colour of Life by Jordan Lloyd by Jordan Lloyd
A weekly snapshot of life way back when, only transformed from black and white into high fidelity colour.
The Common Sense Czar by T.J. O'Hara
A satirical look at "career politicians" while striving to create what they fear the most: an army of "informed voters."
The Conscience of a Conservative by Henry D'Andrea
Ever ponder what a Conservative thinks?
The Conscience of a Realist by Joseph Cotto
Politics, economics, and business from a real world perspective.
The Cutting Edge by Andrew Fellner
For entrepreneurs and executives, The Cutting Edge will offer valuable insight into how to use technology to compete more effectively in today’s economy
The Doctrine of Politics by Timothy Zlatich
Let's talk about military policies and programs, past and present.
The Dreyfuss Intitiative: Civics through Enlightenment by Richard Dreyfuss
If we don't return Civics and a scholarly understanding of the founding documents back to the public discussion and the school room, where will we be tomorrow?
The Editors Say by Communities Editors, Jacquie Kubin, Jim Picht, Andrea Poe, Catherine Poe, Terry Ponick and Lisa M. Ruth
We welcome you to the intimate and personal thoughts on the news and events we, as editors, watch, read, and discuss with our writers every day.
The Fencing Coach by Damien Lehfeldt
Have you ever wanted to poke somone with a sharp stick? Learn to do it safely! Read The Fencing Coach for every point with a blade you could make
The Flip Side by Allison Addicott
Allison Addicott writes about globalization, politics and religion.
The Food Commune by Communities AA Writers and Bryan Kolesar
We all eat, and food should be fun and healthful. Food Commune celebrates the food we eat, the people we eat with and the spirits we enjoy.
The Gathering Storm by Daniel Martin Gray
Beaten down before, tyranny rises again, at home and abroad. America stands at the brink, as the world begins to burn. Awake to the dangers.
The Gray Arts by Johann Carpio
Observing how businesses are done.
The Healthy Guide to Living Your Purpose by Robyn Linn
Mindful Body: Be seen. Be heard. Be felt. Be known. Be.
The High Tide and the Turn by Bryana Johnson
Political commentary and literary criticism in an era of eroding liberty
The Holy Soap Opera by Erica Bonnell
Forget Hollywood. Give me the Bible!
The Last Frame by Kevin Williams
Film Reviews and Articles by Kevin Williams
The Liberal Pinko by Nicholas Goralka
A liberal view of America from the eyes of a member of our next generation of leaders.
The Lion has Roared by Jay Hobbs
Not politics. Not religion. Not opinion. Something completely different.
The Modern-Right Young Latino by Jose L. Fulgencio
The young Latino Republican that came from a state where President Lincoln himself would be proud of calling himself a Republican.
The New, Now Internet by Mike Templeman
Find out all the latest news on what’s happening online and how it will affect you and your small business.
The New Virtual World by Larry Alton
A look at cutting edge technology in a rapidly expanding virtual world.
The No-Swing Zone by Jake McCormick
The swing stops here for baseball's biggest stories.
The People's Cube by Oleg Atbashian
Oleg Atbashian is a writer and graphic artist from the former USSR and author of Shakedown Socialism, of which David Horowitz said, "I hope everyone reads this book."
The Political Pro-Con by Conor Murphy
Not your typical discussion, writer Conor Murphy writes about the cons, and pros, of politics
The Prudent Man by Terry Ponick
Right-brain investing in a left-brain world. You can do it. I can help.
The Reader: Crib Sheets for Conservatives by Patti Villacorta
The Remnant by Kevin Kelly
A column dedicated to discussing politics, national security, civil liberties, and education.
The Sports Philosopher by Arjuna Subramanian
A statistically slanted view of sports, brought to you by a disciple of the Bill James movement.
The Status Update by Jeff Barrett
An informed and often humorous take on the world of advertising, public relations and social media. 100% Pure. Not from concentrate.
The Talk Show American by Jay Are
Political conservative news and commentary from behind the blue curtain.
The Ten Steps to Sexy Diet by Amy Reiley
Eat & drink your way to better health, a better body and a better planet.
The Tygrrrr Express by Eric Golub
A politically conservative and morally liberal Hebrew alpha male hunts left-wing viper
The Uprising: A Caribbean Perspective by Kavelle Christie
An exploration of the Caribbean beyond sun, sea and sand.
The Way Forward by Frank Kaufmann
Reading the news for solutions and practical insight for progress, enduring peace, and shared prosperity.
The Wood Review by John R. Wood, JR
John Wood illustrates a new American politics, and the path to get there.
The Written Word: The WTC Review by Communities AA Writers
Communities writers read and review current and past books of note. Also, news and views focusing on print and online media.
Today's News by
Headlines from Associated Press and around the Internet
Traveler's Notebook by Norman Sklarewitz
If, as the saying goes, “the devil is in the detail” then Norman Sklarewitz admits to being at least a benevolent such creature. He looks closely, at times critically, other times whimsically, at the world around us.
Traveling With Your Pets by Susan Hartzler
Take a look at our pet friendly reviews and travel tips or find the best vacation deals and activities compiled by the The Washington Times Communities experts.
Travels with Peabod by Bob Taylor
Life lessons, adventures, people places and observations as I undertake my personal quest to travel to 100 or more countries before I die.
Travel the World by Communities AA Writers, Puja Amin, Rita Cook, Jason Heflin, Mike Lapointe, Jennifer Merrick, Kathy M. Newbern and Andrea Poe
It's a big world to play in, and learn from. Join us as we travel the boundaries and beyond.
Trekking down the “Wine Lifestyle” by Duane Pemberton
What is the “Wine Lifestyle”? It’s about things that bring us together. Few things accomplish that better than food, wine and cars.
Truth Be Told by Carla Garrison
Thinking a little deeper about our lives, our country and our values.
Truth Hurts by Michael Shapira
Political centrist who tells it like it is
Truth to Power by Michael Beato
A young conservative’s take on the news, politics, economics, and current events.
TV Den by Lisa King
Television commentary, reviews, news and nonstop DVR catch-up by Lisa King Dolloff and friends.
Two-Minute Success Stories by Richard L. Greenwood, Jr.
Immediately useful information about things that make life work better—tips, tools, techniques and testimonials from around the world and inside the atom.
Understanding Health & Addiction by Jason Adams
Covering a real world perspective on the various topics associated with health and addiction issues people want to know about.
Unicorn Diaries by Sarah Westwood
Young conservatives are as rare as unicorns.
UnStereopolitical Thoughts by Charles Badger
News and opinion from a Millennial Urbanite with Southern sensibilities,
Urban Game Changer by Shirley Husar
A mother of three and a passionate conservative, Shirley Husar changes the game.
Vasko Kohlmayer's Globe by Vasko Kohlmayer
Born and raised in communist Czechoslovakia, Vasko is a naturalized American citizen and child of the world. Join in on his thoughts and musings as he learns new things, from new people, in new places.
Video Gaming with MCairsoft14 by Jerad Zad
Video reviews of today's hottest trends in Minecraft (servers and mods) along with a look at the latest video games with your host MCairsoft14 (alias Jerad Zad).
Viewing the world with Harlan and friends by Harlan Picht
Kids' views of film, travel, books, and whatever else catches their attention.
Wells On Baseball by Kevin J Wells
This column will cover anything that has anything remotely to do with the game of baseball, from the game itself to mid-summer trades to offseason moves.
Wells on Music by Kevin Wells
Interviews and show reviews from the Los Angeles punk scene past and present. Los Angeles has always been rich in punk rock talent since punk rock was born.
Went West by Sutton Stokes
A transplanted East Coaster reflects on family and the pursuit of happiness from his new vantage point in West Virginia.
What in the World by Bob Taylor
In a world that is increasingly complex, we need to seek greater awareness of the blending of cultures and America's changing role in a global community.
What is Really Going on? by Wayne Dupree
So many Americans today wonder what is going on with the nation. Let’s find out together!
Why Can’t We Get Along? by Millicent Carvalho-Grevious
Ever wondered why people have such trouble getting along?
Willie Lawson - Changing the Game by Willie Lawson
Wine Country Weekly by Sherrie Perkovich
Wine Country Weekly helps you navigate the enormous and ever-changing world of wine and wine travel with advice for novices and oenophiles alike sharing wine experiences in Northern California.
World Beliefs by Communities AA Writers and Bill Randall
Communities writers and readers contribute articles and thoughts on religion from wherever they may be.
World’s Best-Selling Book by Donald L. Brake, Sr.
How does the Bible continue to have such an impact on modern American faith?
World View by Communities AA Writers
Columns from Voices around the World talking about the events, people, politics and social issues that concern us wherever, and whoever, we are.
Year-Round March Madness by David Kay
Dancing on the college hoops hardwood all year long.
Yet Another Link by Dustin Verburg
Dustin Verburg discusses online marketing, the intricacies of blogging, the absurdities of the internet and how it’s all connected.
Your Turn with Brittany L. Shaw by Brittany L. Shaw
Incredible Stories of Transformation
Youth Sport Spotlight by Gary T. Barrette Ed. D.
Are youth sport programs coming up short in delivering the outcomes and benefits these programs purport to deliver?