About Armstrong Williams

Armstrong Williams

Armstrong Williams

Armstrong Williams is a political commentator, author, entrepreneur and is founder of Howard Stirk Holdings, which creates multifarious content relative to politics, entertainment and topics of social and cultural relevance. With seven television stations as subsidiaries and plans for growth, the Federal Communications Committee designates Armstrong Williams as the largest minority owner of broadcast television stations in the United States.

Williams is a partner of Chateau Eze Hotel in the South of France and several real estate holdings throughout the U.S. He also holds a live radio show Monday through Friday on Sirius XM and hosts a national broadcast network TV show on Sinclair Broadcast Group and Howard Stirk Holdings affiliates. Williams was the business manager and current advisor to world-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Benjamin Carson.

In 2016, Armstrong Williams was recognized by the Multicultural Media Correspondents as their Media Owner of the Year. Armstrong Williams is also warmly recognized for starting the Howard Stirk Holdings Media Fellows and D.C. Opportunity Media Scholarship. He donated $250,000.00 to his alma mater South Carolina State University in 2017.

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Daily Litany Jul 02, 2020

The sun rose yesterday in Washington, D.C., at 6:02 a.m. I made my routine morning run in the silence of dawn, passing the Lincoln Memorial and running along the still water of the Reflecting Pool. Like the giant sculpture of President Lincoln, I fac... Read More

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Reflecting on The 1619 Project Jun 25, 2020

In the wake of recent Black Lives Matter protests — in response to the murder of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer and the important dialog that has resulted — I am inclined to revisit The New York Times' controversial 1619 Pr... Read More

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It's Time to Talk About Recession Jun 18, 2020

Is America in a recession? It's an unpopular question to ask, but its been over three months since COVID-19 restrictions were initiated. It is time for us to get realistic about where we are economically so that we can take the proper steps to minimi... Read More

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While Much of White America Reckons with Black Lives Matter, Others Feel Marginalized Jun 11, 2020

Scenes of largely white crowds across the world demonstrating in support of Black Lives Matter in the wake of George Floyd's murder are reminiscent of another watershed moment in America — the 1960s civil rights revolution. Through the historic... Read More