Armstrong Williams

Armstrong Williams is on Sirius/XM Power 128, 7 to 8 p.m. and 4 to 5 a.m., Monday through Friday. Become a fan on Facebook at arightside, and follow him on Twitter at www.twitter. com/arightside.

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Led and organized by many military men and women

I was at the Capitol as a broadcast journalist January 6, 2021 to cover the protest of the 2020 presidential elections.

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Is this the moment when the GOP will stand up to Trump?

I saw with my own eyes the breakdown of our society and our democracy. It was sickening, outrageous and 100% unacceptable, illegal, immoral and unpatriotic.

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Another stimulus—better late than never

According to a recent study by the Aspen Institute, up to 40 million Americans faced eviction towards the end of this year, no doubt secondary to the financial impact of COVID-19.

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How the pandemic brought us opportunity for health, wealth and happiness

It is often said that health is wealth, and at no time in our lives has this truism proven more correct than during the COVID-19 pandemic and the U.S. political upheaval.

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Support democracy by giving Joe Biden a chance

The election is over, the votes have been tallied and like it or not, the Electoral College has certified Joe Biden as our new president-elect.

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COVID is an equal-opportunity killer

Winter is coming and, as with many of you, I’m deeply worried about how America is going to weather these upcoming months.

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COVID-19 is real

As I write this column, daily coronavirus cases continue to rise, and there’s no sign of the virus letting up. New York has seen its cases increase by 73%, Texas became the first state to surpass 1 million cases of the virus, and California has seen COVID cases increase by 37%.

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Adjusting to the new Thanksgiving reality

Is it possible to be safe this Thanksgiving and holiday season? That’s the question that millions of families will be asking themselves during the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday.

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Ahh––the aftermath of our Nov. 3, 20/20 elections and coming changes

Times are hard on broadcasters. Mounting competition from the tech giants, non-stop political turmoil, civil unrest, elections, market uncertainty, and of course the COVID-19 pandemic have all swallowed 2020 whole.

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Tech censorship is on a dangerous path

Jack Dorsey and his big tech censorship by Twitter of the New York Post story on Hunter and Joe Biden is so egregious I have to speak up.

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