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The Washington Nationals celebrate after Game 7 of the baseball World Series against the Houston Astros, Oct. 30, 2019, in Houston. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

What if the Nats had not recovered from their 19-31 start?

- The Washington Times

Washington Nationals fans know what's going on at this time of year in 2019: The Nationals are about to emerge from a horrid 19-31 start to the season, get on the right track, pump plenty of "Baby Shark" through the stadium speakers and eventually make history.

Azerbaijan stands in way of peace

The Armenian side fully backs the Royce-Engel peace proposal, a bipartisan U.S. congressional initiative to deploy internationally monitored gunfire locators and add international observers along the line of contact. It is Azerbaijan -- and Azerbaijan alone -- that is blocking these common-sense measures to promote transparency, precisely because it fears facing accountability for its cease-fire violations. It's simple logic: Only the party initiating attacks would oppose the use of technology that identifies the ceasefire violator.

Vaccine will make rich richer

Was the COVID-19 overreaction a prelude to a mandatory vaccine? Of course it was, as it will bring enormous profits to selected pharmaceutical companies (more than likely those companies in which Bill Gates has a significant shareholding interest). It doesn't make sense to destroy economic activity all over the world to impose lengthy lockdowns when we are not dealing with a Black-Death-type scenario.

Ian Fleming

The foreign correspondent who inspired Ian Fleming and John le Carre

Later this year Casemate will publish Edward Abel Smith's "Ian Fleming's Inspiration: The Truth Behind the Books." "James Bond is possibly the most well-known fictional character in history," Casemate Publishing notes. "What most people don't know is that almost all of the characters, plots and gadgets come from the real-life experiences of Bond's creator -- Commander Ian Fleming.

The tennis ball of french veteran Nicolas Mahut is marked with a sign during a training session in the French Tennis Federation center near the grounds of the French Open in Paris, Wednesday, May 13, 2020 under the watchful eye of a team doctor and courtside trainers. Professional tennis players resumed training in France after the end of lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Tennis ball guidelines for COVID-19?

Laura Curran, the chief executive of Nassau County, New York, may have made a monkey out of herself while explaining how things would go in the post-COVID environment now that the county was reopening its tennis courts.

Vote to restore freedoms

Obama administration leadership was responsible for the costly use of false information to investigate Donald Trump and his staff for supposed collusion with Russia, in a robust attempt to prevent Trump from being elected (and later, to remove him from office). The Democrat-led House used unprecedented tactics to impeach President Trump without factual evidence. Fortunately the Senate voted against the impeachment.

No impeachment 2.0

If the Democrats are planning another round of impeachment games, they'd better first consider moving to another country more suitable to their antics, perhaps Venezuela.

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