Henry D'Andrea is a Conservative columnist and commentator. He writes a weekly column at the Washington Times Communities called "The Conscience of a Conservative," which features his commentary on current events and political stories from a conservative perspective. He often writes on foreign policy, domestic and economic issues, the conservative movement, and elections.
D’Andrea has been a guest on many radio shows throughout the country since writing columns at the Washington Times Communities. His work has been featured in many publications, including Townhall.com, Commentary Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Tea Party Review Magazine, Big Government, Big Journalism, The Gateway Pundit, Instapundit, and many more.
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Published 4:56 p.m. February 20, 2013
The media blame game over the impending budget sequestration should go fully to President Obama. It was his plan from the start.
Published 8:20 p.m. February 12, 2013
Obama claims that the United States is a "stronger" nation, but are we really?
Published 6:28 a.m. January 11, 2013
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Published 2:37 p.m. December 31, 2012
House will not vote on a deal Monday night to avert fiscal cliff deadline.
Published 11:48 a.m. December 31, 2012
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Published 10:37 a.m. December 21, 2012
Plan B included a major tax hike on those earning more than $1 million per year and would have shown GOP to be party of sellouts.
Published 3:11 p.m. December 19, 2012
Speaker Boehner offers a new fiscal cliff plan, though it isn't the right path forward.
Published 6:32 p.m. December 18, 2012
Amid fiscal cliff talks, Democrats have flip-flopped on raising taxes on the wealthy, signaling cliff diving may not be far off.
Published 10:16 a.m. December 16, 2012
It's banal, but true: Ban guns, and only criminals will have them. Add this: Killers will always find a way to kill.
Published 3:51 p.m. December 14, 2012
Connecticut State Police confirm tonight that 28 people have been killed in a horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
Published 4:43 p.m. December 13, 2012
Without confirmation hearings for Rice as Secretary of State, the press will lose all interest in Benghazi.
Published 4:22 p.m. December 11, 2012
Following the passage of the right to work bill in Michigan, pro-union protesters resorted to thug tactics, including repeatedly assaulting a conservative on-watcher.
Published 6:20 a.m. December 11, 2012
Michigan's ‘right to work’ bill will strip big-labor unions of the ability to force workers to join the union or pay union dues. That's good.
Published 12:13 p.m. December 10, 2012
The talks over the looming fiscal cliff show that Speaker John Boehner may not be fit to continue leading the Republican party
Published 5:41 p.m. December 5, 2012
Obama’s tactics beg the question: Does he actually want to go off the fiscal cliff?