Writers from the Communities at the Washington Times contributing their views on how our world has changed, and carried on, since 9/11. From intelligence gathering to the world our children live in, it has not changed.
On the eleven year anniversary, we keep hearing how Americans should "come together" on this day to "honor the victims." Those worthless platitudes are exactly what we should not do. Published 2:51 p.m. September 11, 2012 - Comments
The simultaneous and sinister attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon revealed to the world how helpless a free and open society is to terrorism. Published 9:22 a.m. September 11, 2012 - Comments
About 700 children lost their parents during the September 11, 2001 attacks and among that group were dozens of children born after the attacks occurred. Published 9:01 a.m. September 11, 2012 - Comments
The deadly attacks on September 11, 2001 and the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 are blatant acts of war that propelled the United States into war. Published 12:01 p.m. September 11, 2011 - Comments
About 700 children lost their parents during the September 11, 2001 attacks and among that group were dozens of children born after the attacks occurred. Published 1:17 a.m. September 11, 2011 - Comments
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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.
Dave Buck discusses the formation of Dying Scene.
Mudhoney is the gold standard for the Seattle music scene and they show no signs of slowing down.
FIDLAR's Zac Carper speaks about the band’s past, present and future, as well as living in his car and kicking sobriety.
Jack Grisham speaks about the early days of punk music and T.S.O.L, new T.S.O.L. and Joy Killer records, being a hypnotherapist, and more.
Buzz on Bees is a column promoting the love and life of God’s greatest pollinators on earth: The Honeybee
Brazen, leading-edge, “call it like it is” columns and reporting from Ohio native, radio host and writer, Sara Marie Brenner.
A libertarian look at breaking news and political trends by author Tom Mullen.
Uncensored exploration of issues concerning current events, civil liberties, American political advocacy, and the political and social issues facing military veterans.
An objective, analysis-based perspective of D.C. sports as seen through the eyes of lifelong D.C. sports enthusiast, John Heibel.
Communities writers working together to create the articles you like to read at the Communities @WashingtonTimes.com