Called "one of the most recognized conservative voices in America" by The Washington Post, Armstrong Williams is a pugnacious, provocative and principled voice for conservative and Christian values in America's public debate.
An entrepreneur and third-generation Republican, Armstrong Williams has become a multi-media wonder, taking stands for what's right on radio and television, in print and cyberspace. Focusing on issues such as the work ethic, personal responsibility, welfare reform, affirmative action and especially the restoration of morality in today's society, Armstrong Williams brings an independent view with a refreshing twist to the central issues of our day.
Williams's daily television show, The Armstrong Williams Show, is broadcast live on America's Voice (formerly National Empowerment Television) television network. The program features human interest and political topics, including interviews with leading lights and experts from across the political spectrum, from GOP presidential candidates Pat Buchanan, Steve Forbes and Jack Kemp, to liberal media figures such as Crossfire's Bill Press and The Wall Street Journal's Al Hunt. One might also tune in and catch Armstrong Williams as a guest on any number of show on networks like CNN, C-SPAN, BC, CBS and CNBC, or as a regular guest commentator on the Fox Network and America's Black Forum.
Armstrong Williams's thoughtful but highly-charged column, syndicated with the Los Angeles Times, as well as numerous guest columns have appeared in newspapers large and small across the country, among them USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Times, and The Detroit Free Press, as well as his hometown newspaper, The Marion Star-Mullins Enterprise in South Carolina.
His 1995 book, Reawakening Virtues, (published by Simon & Schuster's Free Press) containing real life advice to a misguided young man, can be found in bookstores nationwide.
Before coming to television, Armstrong Williams hosted radio programs on several broadcast networks, with guests ranging from Dan Quayle and Bob Dole to Reverend Robert Schuller, poet Maya Angelou, and Hollywood mogul Norman Lear.
Finally, he is the CEO of the Graham Williams Group, and international public relations firm with clients in entertainment, politics, business and charitable organizations.
The Center for Medical Progress yielded pertinent and truthful information about an alarming trend in Planned Parenthood's orientation to the health of their patients. Its actions should constitute fair game.
One of the things that really stood out over the past few weeks in the aftermath of the terrible tragedy in Charleston, South Carolina is the incredible grace with which the community of Charleston has borne both its own anguish as well as the intense international media circus that has enveloped the town.
With every night that we lock our doors and go to bed feeling safe from any immediate threats, we are only fooling ourselves and letting a very real threat draw nearer.
The international banking cartels estimation of the Greek peoples total capitulation to banker rule may have backfired.
Our job as people of faith and those who are from the community of Charleston is to keep moving forward. We must grieve and we must heal.
Lets face it with the grand debut of Bruce Jenner as a woman named Caitlyn (and the accompanying demand from the liberal media that we take it as anything more serious than attention-seeking narcissism) we have finally arrived at the post-postmodern era.
"While America was undoubtedly founded upon a bedrock of religious freedom it is equally true that the Christian faith has been probably the greatest contributor the social fabric of this country."
Former South Dakota U.S. Senate candidate Annette Bosworths trial started Tuesday, May 30, 2015. The 43-year-old Sioux Falls physician was accused by State Attorney General Marty Jackley of having committed what is commonly referred to as voter fraud.
For a selected few in the know, the elections of President Obama and the passage of his signature health care act mark not the pinnacle (as is widely assumed) but rather the twilight end of a golden era of racial progress and progressive social policy in America.
In our effort to halt the Iranian progress toward a nuclear weapons capability, timing is critical.
When African-Americans marched on Washington to hear the historic I have a dream speech by Martin Luther King, they were pressing for a society that looked very much like that in which they already lived a society built on freedom; a society that protected life, liberty and the pursuits of happiness among its citizens.
Lets face it. Baltimore has been a-riot for decades, and was looted long before its citizens finally rose up in glaring sad and pathetic anger before the global media world this week over the still unexplained death of Freddy Gray in police custody.
Never before in Americas history have three black men occupied such official positions of power: President Barack Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, and Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Given that Mr. Holder as Attorney General has been an integral member of the Presidents cabinet over his two presidential terms, one assumes they speak often and concur to a certain extent in their philosophical outlooks.
As if the Islamic Republic of Irans determined pursuit of nuclear weapons, track record of bloody terrorism, aggressive geopolitical power grabs, abhorrent human rights violations and history of lies were not enough President Obamas recent interview should prove to everyone just how dangerous the framework agreement announced in Lausanne on April 2nd really is.
It looks like the convenient device theory Hillary Clinton has used to deflect inquiries as to why she used her private email account almost exclusively to conduct official business while serving as Secretary of State is a bunch of pure hogwash.
Imagine if the current President were a Republican, and if during the second half of his second term, after having been elected both times with record turnout by blacks, the black unemployment rate remained stagnant at 11 percent while the black poverty rate hit a record high of 27 percent. What would black politicians be saying about that Republican President?
Seventy-seven year old comedian, educator and actor Bill Cosby came of age during a particularly nasty time in this country for race relations.
I have visited the Holy Land nearly a dozen times, and the speech by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to a joint session of Congress left me with a range of intense emotions.
The unelected mullahs in Iran must be having a hearty laugh this week, enjoying the spectacle of the Obama Administration falling over itself to drive a wedge between America and our vital Middle East ally Israel.
Rev. Al Sharpton seems to have learned this lesson long ago: When youre a controversial civil rights leader whos made a career out of harassing the cops and embarrassing the government, never keep any assets in your own name.