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'Petticoat politics' is still a dangerous game

Sexual politics is always a slippery game. Democrats are salivating at the possibility of winning the White House with Hillary Clinton. They're enamored of the wide female gender gap in her favor. (Nobody says very much about the male gender gap running the other way.)

Incentive to Press the Reset Button Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Vladimir Putin, Hillary Clinton and the guns of August

- The Washington Times

The guns of August -- a phrase first used to describe the outbreak of World War I -- is a real phenomenon. Maybe it's the heat, but there's something about the eighth month that seems to inspire armed conflict. Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in August 1990.

Tax code hurts majority

Al Capone and John Gotti must be turning over in their graves. The difference in the their criminal enterprises and the criminal enterprises of "philanthropic" foundations such as the Clinton Foundation is that Capone and Gotti were rank amateurs in hiding their ill-gotten gains.

Erika Davidson sets up voting booths at the Panama City Beach Senior Center on Friday, Aug. 19, 2016, in Panama City Beach, Fla. (Heather Leiphart/News Herald via AP)

Leaving no voter behind

Democrats are poised to complement their celebration of diversity with an emphasis on indiscriminate inclusivity. Virginia voters on Nov. 8 might have unexpected company while they wait in line to perform their civic duty.

Dangerous Duterte

Controversial new Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has been hugely successful in combating drug dealers. Unfortunately the tactics he uses to do so are often highly illegal.

BOOK REVIEW: 'The Hapsburg Empire: A New History'

Visitors to present-day Vienna sometimes feel as if they have wandered into a vast, open-air museum, or perhaps a particularly well-managed theme park. With good reason.

Gravesite of Main Stream Media Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

The legacy media meltdown over Donald Trump

The meltdown of the American legacy media is now complete. Conservatives are sadly aware of the decline of The New York Times, the supposed "newspaper of record," as the benchmark for legacy media in general.

Clinton emails must be exposed

The 15,000 new Clinton emails are on top of the 30,000 she released, which in turn are on top of the 33,000 she reported (if you believe her) and willfully deleted ("FBI found nearly 15,000 new Clinton emails, review likely to take months," Web, Aug. 22).

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (Associated Press)

Virginia's McAuliffe is for losers

All the fuss about Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe trying to restore voting rights to felons who have served their sentences is just fuss, nothing more. To be sure, it appears at first glance that the chief executive of the Old Dominion is really concerned about civil rights for the downtrodden.

Terrorists Present in the U.S. Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

No plan to stop foreign-born terrorists

For decades, foreign-born Islamic terrorists have been exploiting our immigration system. Almost every type of immigration has been exploited by terrorists, from temporary legal immigration to illegal immigration to humanitarian immigration.

The Tactics of George Soros Illustration by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

The Soros smear effect

Washington is not an easy-going town. You come here to argue policy with the big boys -- you should expect some rough-and-tumble. But you also should expect clean fights -- no biting, no spitting, no hitting below the belt. Whatever else divides us, we all value free speech and edifying debate, right?

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