This past weekend, a longtime Washington Times reporter and friend, Ralph Hallow, passed away from complications that resulted from a fall and broken hip. I first met Ralph in a Lebanese restaurant in D.C. when I was a candidate for the U.S. Senate, which was my first taste of Ralph's eclectic personality. He was a journalist, an agitator, a great American, and he had a great sense of humor. He was also very devoted to his wife, Millie, who added to the intrigue and appeal of Ralph's character. We will miss him, and we'll be praying for his family.
October 19, 2020