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David Keene

David Keene

Editor at Large — David Keene, a trusted adviser to presidents, a longtime champion of personal liberty and one of conservatism’s most respected voices, serves as the opinion editor of The Washington Times – overseeing the newspaper’s editorial page, commentary section and online opinion strategy. An author, columnist and fixture on national television, Mr. Keene has championed conservative causes for more than five decades while offering advice to Republican presidents and countless candidates. He additionally served as chairman of the American Conservative Union and president of the National Rifle Association.

Articles by David Keene



Illustration on dealing with gun crime in Chicago by Donna Grethen/Tribune Content Agency

A gun-crime tool that works

- The Washington Times






Illustration on John Bolton for Secretary of State by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Naming a secretary of state

- The Washington Times

Illustration on the infantile reaction of sore losers by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

‘A pack of sore losers’

- The Washington Times

Illustration on Hillary and gun control by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Saying goodbye to guns

- The Washington Times

Illustration endorsing Donald Trump's candidacy by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

This consequential election

- The Washington Times


Phyllis Schlafly   The Washington Times

The queen of conservatism

- The Washington Times



Illustration on Venezuela's descent in to chaos under socialism by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Why Venezuela faces collapse

- The Washington Times

Jacob Zuma Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Of arms and the man named Zuma

- The Washington Times


Illustration on a potential Clinton administration's threat to Second Amendment rights by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Hillary’s firearms falsehoods

- The Washington Times

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