David Keene

David A. Keene: If Hillary Clinton Wins We Face A Future In Which Our Fundamental Liberties Will Be In Constant Jeopardy

Donald Trump was not my first choice as the year began, but he won the Republican nomination and any hope we have of turning things around depend on supporting him this fall. I don't agree with his every position, but he is all that stands between us and a future in which our fundamental rights and freedoms will be in constant jeopardy. It's really just that simple.

Eric Cantor’s Rising Star Flames Out

David Keene, The Washington Times

Cantor lost his seat because he failed to realize that a congressman perceived by those he is elected to represent as out of touch and more concerned with getting along in Washington than representing their wishes had better watch his back.

Free Speech For Me, But Not For Thee

David Keene, The Washington Times

The left sees their silencing of the right as a matter of good versus evil.

The Deja Vu of the Lame Duck

David Keene, Washington Times

It's Obama's turn to limp to the sidelines, and Democrats turn to flee.

Progress on Prison Reform

Quin Hillyer, National Review Online

Conservatives would do well to provide opportunity and means for marginalized citizens to improve their lots in life with prison reform. The new task force on federal corrections might help make important strides in one front of this battle.

Keene: Obama Turns Authoritarian

David Keene, The Washington Times

Obama has turned authoritarian, rather than work with Congress. His SOTU address was more of a rally cry than a speech.

Filling Out the Budget Agreement Scorecard

David Keene, The Washington Times

Dissatisfied players in both parties grumble and hope for a cleaner win next time.

Clapper Should Resign for Lying to Congress

David Keene, The Washington Times

NSA Dir. James Clapper should have resigned when he was caught lying. He said he advised Patraeus that he should do the honorable thing and resign for his affair cover-up. Clapper should heed his own advice.

A Celebration of the Funding Father of the Conservative Movement

ConservativeHQ Chairman and "funding father of the conservative movement" Richard Viguerie was the toast of Washington, D.C. at his September 23rd birthday celebration. Hundreds of the best conservative minds of past and present came to wish Viguerie well and reminisce on the early Ronald Reagan days. We celebrate Viguerie's contributions to the liberty movement with photographic highlights from the event. 

Keene Named as WTimes Opinion Editor

The Washington Times Staff

David Keene, former president of the NRA and American Conservative Union, aims to expand the paper's reach.