“The Times was to be a different kind of newspaper, one that would go for inspiration ‘back to the future,’ to a time of national consensus on issues of ethics and morality, with an emphasis on the message and not the messenger. We would not only cover the news without slant or bias, but give voice to those who have been shut out of the national debate. The Times was to be wholly secular, to hold to no sectarian cause, to champion no denomination above any other but never to mock faith and belief, to proselytize only for the principles that liberate men from the tyranny of closed minds.”
— Wesley Pruden, former Editor-in-Chief, The Washington Times.
Congratulations to the Washington Times on the newspaper’s 40 anniversary. The newspaper has consistently offered fair news coverage and four pages of conservative opinion. www.washingtontimes.com
I’ve been a contributor to the Washington Times since 2012 and my On Crime column has appeared in the Washington Times since 2019.
You can read my On Crime columns via the below link:
Paul Davis On Crime: My Washington Times 'On Crime' Columns
And you can read my op-eds and book reviews via the below link:
Paul Davis On Crime: My Washington Times Op-Eds And Book Reviews
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