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Joseph Curl

Joseph Curl

Joseph Curl covered the White House and politics for a decade for The Washington Times. He can be reached at josephcurl@gmail.com and on Twitter @josephcurl.

Columns by Joseph Curl

Congress and shrinkflation illustration by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Congress fails us all again on shrinkflation

Back in the old days, when America wasn't so horribly divided (yes, there was a time when we didn't hate those who thought differently from us), Congress used to get things done. Published May 29, 2024

Biden and the Black vote illustration by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Biden just remembered the Black vote

In 2020, when Joe Biden ran his campaign from the basement of his Delaware mansion, 92% of Black voters cast their ballots for him, a Pew Research Center report showed. Published May 22, 2024

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., talks to The Associated Press about her visit to Ukraine a year ago and her time as the Democratic leader in the House, at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, April 19, 2023. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) ** FILE **

Democrats really hate Americans, and here’s the proof

Whenever I write a column about Rep. Nancy Pelosi, I always point out that it is admirable that she has spent her life in public service. Of course, I also point out that she got filthy rich doing it Published May 15, 2024

This Feb. 2022 photo provided by the Conservancy of Southwest Florida shows biologist Ian Bartoszek with a 15-foot female Burmese python captured by tracking a male scout snake in Picayune Strand State Forest. (Conservancy of Southwest Florida via AP)

Let them eat snake: Python farming could provide a sustainable source of meat, study finds

With the global quest for sustainable food sources becoming more urgent, scientists have zeroed in on new alternatives to traditional livestock -- including snakes. In a year-long study published in Scientific Reports, researchers investigated python farming potential in Southeast Asia, specifically inspecting two species, the reticulated and Burmese pythons. Published March 15, 2024