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Smith appointment improper

The Washington Times

Attorney General Merrick Garland's appointment of former Assistant U.S. Attorney Jack Smith raises the serious question of whether Mr. Smith is being properly appointed under the Constitution's appointments cause ("AG Garland appoints special counsel to weigh criminal charges against Trump," Web, Nov. 18).

More from the Communism playbook

I don't think people understand what is really going on with China's seemingly heroic efforts to eradicate COVID-19 ("China's Guangzhou locks down millions in 'zero-COVID' fight," Web, Nov. 21).

Left still fears Trump

As Tom Basile writes in "Donald Trump's incredible shrinking electoral map" (Web, Nov. 18), discrediting election deniers is working well.

Boston Celtics interim head coach Joe Mazzulla, left, speaks with guard Marcus Smart, right, in the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Washington Wizards, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022, in Boston. (AP Photo/Steven Senne) **FILE**

NBA's real contenders emerge with quarter of season done

- Associated Press

Miami Heat President Pat Riley has a longstanding belief: After 20 games, a team knows its identity. He's right. And after 20 games, title contenders are usually known as well. Think of this as the end of the season's first quarter.

Washington Football Team defensive end Chase Young (99) speaks with defensive line coach Sam Mills III, left, as they arrive for the the team's NFL football training camp practice in Ashburn, Va., Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2021. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) **FILE**

LOVERRO: Rivera's coaching shakeup now looks like the right move

- The Washington Times

Given the dominant performance of this defensive line, my money for the Commanders' turnaround is on the day Ron Rivera announced he was firing his longtime coaching colleague Sam Mills III and replaced him with assistant defensive line coach and 17-year NFL veteran Jeff Zgonina.

Illustration on damage done to Virginia schools during the pandemic by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Virginia's Northam learning gap

It should surprise no one. After the ill-conceived March 2020 closing of Virginia's public schools by Democratic former Gov. Ralph Northam, it should have been evident that children would suffer academically.

Congress and pork earmarks illustration by Greg Groesch / The Washington Times

Congress must say no to earmarks

The American people have entrusted Republicans with the House majority at a time of unprecedented fiscal peril for our country.

America's identity crisis

Based on the results of the midterm elections, it would seem America is in a state of confusion and an identity crisis.

Puppet voters

All the daily constituent tug-of-war contests that have been happening since the midterm elections have me wondering if we citizens really are gullible enough to believe that our political leaders aren't working together behind the curtain, manipulating the voters like marionettes.

Indoctrination over education

West Virginia University is considering adding "diversity, equity [and] inclusion," along with the "elimination of discrimination and harassment" to the long-established standards of teaching, research and service for the evaluation of its tenured faculty ("West Virginia University eyes 'woke' criteria for tenured professors," Web, Nov. 11).

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