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Chinese government is an enemy

President Biden must wake up to the fact that the People's Republic of China is our enemy, not a friendly government or trading partner.

For veterans, appalling care

South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott recently went on Fox News and said Americans want the truth from our government.

Illustration on the impact of illegal immigration on the inner-city by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Illegal immigration makes Black Americans less safe

For the last several years, there has been significant media attention paid to our nation's struggle with immigration, with much of the focus on our southern border.

The bullseye logo on a sign outside a Target store is seen on Feb. 28, 2022. Target's first-quarter profit took a big hit from higher costs, despite strong sales growth. Target's results Wednesday, May 18, reflect the pressure on retailers' profits coming from surging inflation and persistent clogs in the supply chain. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

Retailers choke on their own woke rot

- The Washington Times

The chief financial officer of retail chain Target just explained - really, complained - that "organized retail crime" is to blame for much of the corporation's dwindling profits in recent times. Well, that's what you get when you embolden the thug element.

Vanguard got out, and so should you

Is ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance) investing going to be a problem for retirement plans ("The Green New Deal trojan horse: How ESG investing harms average Americans," web, Feb. 27)?

Loan forgiveness is congressional matter

Chief Justice John Roberts is right in saying that it should be Congress that provides authorization for emergency financial relief to a group of citizens, and that is precisely what Congress has done ("Supreme Court signals skepticism of Biden's student loan forgiveness plan," Web, Feb. 28).

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