As part of its ongoing reinvention and expansion, the Washington Times is adding conservative radio talker Rusty Humphries as a columnist, blogger and online video contributor.
“Rusty is a rare and special talent,” said Washington Times Editor John Solomon in a release. “We are thrilled to have his wisdom and his good humor as part of our growing menu of offerings.”
Humphries’ radio show is aired on more than 250 stations and also airs on Sirius and XM Satellite radio.
The Times recently announced that gun rights columnist Emily Miller — who also serves as the publication’s senior opinion editor — will begin hosting her own radio show Monday, Mar. 3.