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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

Democrat's Political Death from Abortion Policy Illustration by Greg Groesch

Abortion will be the hill Democrats die on

Abortion is supposed to be a winning issue for Democrats - the issue they use to mobilize their base and appeal to suburban voters they've lost on the economy, crime, the border - just about everywhere else. Published July 14, 2022

In this May 2, 2017, file photo, Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO and National Director of the Anti-Defamation League, speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)

Anti-Defamation League is defaming Judaism

If you'd like to know the Anti-Defamation League's position on any issue, check with the Democratic National Committee. Under former Obama official Jonathan Greenblatt, the group rarely deviates from the left's agenda. Published June 9, 2022

An abortion-rights protester, who declined to give her name, chants while marching through San Francisco's Mission District on Saturday, May 14, 2022. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)

Pro-abortion threats are nothing new to the left

For the left, mayhem in pursuit of revolutionary ends is nothing new. A trail of blood leads from the French Revolution to the current wave of pro-abortion anarchy. Published May 24, 2022

Liberal's diversity fetish illustration by Linas Garsys / The Washington Times

Liberals’ diversity fetish is an attack on individualism

Last week, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was confirmed as the next associate justice of the Supreme Court. For the establishment media, two things alone were relevant: Judge Jackson is Black and a woman. Published April 12, 2022

Justin Trudeau, socialism and hating the proletariat illustration by The Washington Times

Biden and Trudeau hate the proletariat

What could be more working-class than truck drivers? Spending 12 straight hours on the road, driving a big rig, isn't for sissies. Published February 23, 2022

Washington and Liberty Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

George Washington and America’s liberty

Given the relentless war on America by our elites, it's more important than ever to honor our heroes, starting with the man who started it all. Published February 19, 2022

Illustration on the myths of gun control by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Five myths of gun control

President Biden was in New York last week for a photo-op with the new mayor and to push the left's favorite anti-crime panacea - more gun control. Published February 10, 2022

"Freedom From Want" by Norman Rockwell          Associated Press photo

Norman Rockwell celebrated the American dream

Norman Rockwell, who was born on this day in 1894, reflected the American spirit with canvas and paint as surely as Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt did with words. Published February 2, 2022