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About <i>The Washington Times</i>
The Washington Times, founded in 1982 as a conservative counterpoint to the Washington Post, is a bastion for colorful commentary and award-winning journalism. Commentators and columnists include James S. Robbins, the Senior Fellow in National Security Affairs at the American Foreign Policy Council, and Emily Miller, 2012 winner of the Clark Mollenhoff Award. In addition to the thriving opinion section, the reporters disseminate up-to-the-minute coverage of sports, entertainment, and local D.C. news.