Trained as a historian, skilled as a writer, and aspiring to be a filmmaker, Amanda Read investigates the ideas behind contemporary culture and politics.
After wounding socialism, why didn’t Roberts go for the glory and slay Obamacare while he could? Chief Justice stepped aside to let We the People do the honors. Published 1:55 p.m. June 29, 2012 - Comments
A vast faction of American consciousness still draws the line against federal government mandating the purchase of health insurance. The Supreme Court's job is to decide where the Constitution draws the line. Published 5:27 a.m. June 20, 2012 - Comments
The Roberts Court deciding the landmark Obamacare case is composed of nine justices appointed by five different presidents over a span of twenty-six years. Who are they? Published 1:59 a.m. June 7, 2012 - Comments
Who really has a "dark ages" viewpoint of stay-at-home motherhood, and what does relate-ability have to do with being qualified to run the executive branch of U.S. government? Published 6:40 p.m. April 19, 2012 - Comments
Sandra Fluke’s testimony before an informal gathering of Democrats in Congress was a farce on 21st century America. Did Rush Limbaugh’s statements hit uncomfortably close to home? Published 11:45 p.m. March 5, 2012 - Comments
Amanda Read is a columnist for the Communities at The Washington Times. Trained as a historian, skilled as a writer, and aspiring to be a filmmaker, Amanda investigates the ideas behind contemporary culture and politics. A professional writer and researcher ...Read More
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.
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.
Sprung Monkey singer Steve Summers discusses the new Sprung Monkey album, Dead Is Dead as well as Taylor Steele and much more!
Eric Melvin speaks about picking up the guitar, his drug and alcohol use in regards to Tony Sly’s death, as well as writing songs for NoFX.
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.
All of the world’s problems, solved on your back porch
Brazen, leading-edge, “call it like it is” columns and reporting from Ohio native, radio host and writer, Sara Marie Brenner.
Entertainment News and Reviews from Washington, D.C. and beyond.
We’re not all having tea with the Queen you know.
Amanda Read is a columnist for the Communities at The Washington Times. Trained as a historian, skilled as a writer, and aspiring to be a filmmaker, Amanda investigates the ideas behind contemporary culture and politics. A professional writer and researcher, she is also a Christian homeschool graduate, unconventional college graduate, military daughter, and eldest of the nine Read children at Fair Hills Farm. Find more of her work at www.amandaread.com.