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Thank you, Bill Gertz

On Monday, The Washington Times carried a short article by Dave Boyer reporting that President Trump awarded Republican Rep. Devin Nunes the Medal of Freedom ("Medal of Freedom goes to Rep. Nunes for 'courageous' efforts to stop 'plot' against Trump," Web, Jan. 4). The medal is well-deserved.

Illustration on daylight savings time by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Implement Daylight Saving Time now

In addition to all the hardships and dispiriting consequences of COVID-19, this time of year presents the least daylight and earliest sunsets.

In this Sunday April 10, 2016, file photo, a parishioner reads the bible before a service at the Christian Fellowship Church in Benton, Ky. (AP Photo/David Goldman) ** FILE **

God or bust -- America's choice is clear

- The Washington Times

There comes a time when things get so bad that even those without faith, even those who don't normally pray, even those who don't consider themselves believers in a higher power -- when things go so far south that even these secular types turn to God and ask for help. It's in these desperate conditions America now stands.

Biden presidency would be senile disaster

On Dec. 31, Fox News' Lou Dobbs had senile Joe Biden referring to his vice presidential pick as President-elect Kamala. Ms. Harris herself refers to her own presidency. Is this a Freudian slip or just evidence of Sleepy Joe's confusion?

Americans must take back freedom

Life will never get back to normal unless the people make it happen. This disgusting slogan, "It's for your safety," is the very term our fascist governors, other corrupt politicians and lying doctors use day in and out. Are we going to cower every time a new virus breaks out? Are you going to live in fear or freedom? Fight these people who have lost their constitutional ways; make their lives miserable as they have made yours miserable. Show up on the streets outside their homes in protest. No longer will we adhere to business restrictions in the name of a virus with a 97% recovery rate. It's way past time to reopen this nation. Only you can make it happen.

Evidence of election fraud is substantial

In the seventh paragraph of "In-betweenland: As 2020 slips away, an American snapshot" (Web, Dec. 28) Ted Anthony writes that President Trump "persists in his evidence-free insistence that he won the election." I am appalled by this Associated Press writer's irresponsible conclusion.

Washington, D.C. City Council Chairman Phil Mendelson testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, May 12, 2016, before a House Oversight Government Operations subcommittee hearing on whether the District of Columbia government truly has the power to spend local tax dollars without approval by Congress. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)  **FILE**

The new D.C. agenda

- The Washington Times

Having been duly sworn in on Jan. 2, the new D.C. Council should be preparing to wrestle with the No. 1 and No. 2 issues facing the nation's capital: spending and the pandemic.

President-elect Joe Biden speaks in Atlanta, Monday, Jan. 4, 2021, as he campaigns for Senate candidates Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

How exactly is Biden a 'centrist'?

One of many things that will distinguish a President Joe Biden from his predecessor is that the incoming president is likely to speak less in public, mostly because of how he garbles his thoughts and words.

Illustration on the Iran deal by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Why going back to Iran nuclear deal is folly

During the presidential campaign, Joe Biden declared he wanted to go back to the Iran deal if Tehran returns to "strict compliance."

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