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Don Feder

Don Feder

Don Feder is a graduate of Boston University College of Liberal Arts and BU Law School. He’s admitted to the practice of law in New York and Massachusetts. For 19 years, he was an editorialist and staff columnist for the Boston Herald, New England’s second largest newspaper. During those years, the Herald published over 2,000 of his columns. Mr. Feder is currently a consultant and Coalitions Director of the Ruth Institute.

Columns by Don Feder

Illustration on Democrats and mob rule by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Democrats are taking us to mob rule

"Mobocracy" is a word that should inspire fear. Increasingly, however, it's a reality of life in 21st-century America. Published April 16, 2023

Illustration on our choice of values and role of religion by Greg Groesch/ The Washington Times

Religion or moral anarchy?

Sunday was Easter. Passover ends on Thursday. What better time to consider the role of religion in American life and where its absence will inevitably lead us? Published April 8, 2023

Illustration on defining masculine identity by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Drag queens won’t win the next war

The model and actress Emily Ratajkowski, who is said to have 30 million followers on Instagram, kvetches that she seems to attract only "emasculated men." Published January 15, 2023

Santa and Christmas Hate Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

The War on Christmas is a war on America

The left hates Christmas because it hates all expressions of faith in our society. On a deeper level, however, the War on Christmas is a war on America. Published December 18, 2022