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Cal Thomas

  • Syndicated Columnist
  • Television Journalist
  • Author
  • Professional Speaker
Topics:
  • Government Politics
  • Media
  • Spirituality
  • Social Issues
With a twice-weekly syndicated column appearing in more than 540 newspapers nationwide, Cal Thomas is the most widely read and one of the most highly regarded voices and known for his conservatism viewpoint on the American political scene.

A graduate of American University, Thomas is a 40-year veteran of broadcast and print journalism. He has worked for NBC, CNBC, PBS television, and the Fox News Network, where he currently provides frequent political commentary.

In 1995, Thomas was honored with a Cable Ace Award nomination for Best Interview Program. Other awards include a George Foster Peabody team reporting award, and awards from both the Associated Press and United Press International.

A writer of force and clarity, Thomas has authored ten books, including his most current release, The Wit and Wisdom of Cal Thomas (Barbour Publishing 2001). He has also penned Blinded by Might: Can the Religious Right Save America?, A Freedom Dream, Public Persons and Private Lives, Book Burning, Liberals for Lunch, Occupied Territory, The Death of Ethics in America, Uncommon Sense and Things That Matter Most.

In addition to his journalistic and literary achievements, Thomas lectures frequently on college campuses and is in great demand as a speaker for private, public and corporate audiences worldwide.
 

Cal Thomas's Wit and Wisdom.
 
One mark of a deteriorating society is when people cannot discern between truth and lies. Another is that they don't care and will believe whatever their itching ears want to hear.
 
If there is disorder in the culture, it merely reflects the disorder in our souls.
 
The world may have changed in fifty years, but standards such as integrity and virtue are timeless. A President's job is to call citizens to something higher and better than themselves.
 
No power on earth is greater than a mind and soul reawakened. Our Constitution begins "We the people," not "us the government."
 
Government has a legitimate function, but the private sector has one too, and it is superior. In other words, people are better than institutions.
 
 
 

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