Timothy Lamer

Tim is executive editor of WORLD Magazine. He is a University of Kansas graduate and worked for the Media Research Center before joining WORLD in 1999. Tim's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and The Weekly Standard. He resides with his wife and three children in Spring Hill, Kansas.

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Fewer is Moore

Politics | A GOP loss in Alabama could be a blessing for Republicans as character suddenly becomes king in U.S. politics
by Timothy Lamer
Posted 12/13/17, 12:10 pm

Democrats are facing an uphill struggle to take control of the U.S. Senate in next year’s midterm elections, having to defend 26 seats compared with Republicans only having to defend eight seats.

Senate Democrats lost a powerful weapon for that fight when they won a special election for a U.S. Senate seat from Alabama on Tuesday.

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An ethical blemish

Voices | The Trump team’s Russia meeting raises concerns, even if it wasn’t illegal
by Timothy Lamer
Posted 7/13/17, 04:46 pm

In the 1997 movie Conspiracy Theory, Mel Gibson plays cab driver and conspiracy nut Jerry Fletcher, who weaves together wild theories on everything from the United Nations to the Vietnam War—and then one of his theories turns out to be true, and very dangerous.

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Friends and enemies

Summer Reading | Four books of wartime history
by Timothy Lamer
Posted 5/25/17, 04:36 pm

The Lost Airman: A True Story of Escape from Nazi-Occupied France

Seth Meyerowitz with Peter F. Stevens

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