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Bent COVID-19 Vaccination Needle Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

U.S. Constitution doesn't permit forced COVID-19 vaccinations

With the rise of the so-called Delta variant of COVID-19 and full FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine, leftist authoritarians in academia and the media have increased calls for forced vaccination.

Celebrating Labor Day Illustration by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Celebrating Labor Day

As Americans gather to relax and enjoy Labor Day with their family and friends, it is a good time to reflect on what this traditional holiday means to working Americans in the 21st century.

Where's the Biden impeachment?

Where are the impeachment papers and emergency congressional meetings on Capitol Hill? Where are the demands for mass resignations of military and Cabinet members responsible for the debacle in Afghanistan? Where are the Pelosi-Schiff-Schumer investigations? Where is the outrage for all these people supplying billions of dollars of American military equipment to cave-dwelling Islamist killers?

If this is success, what's failure?

On Aug. 15, after a reporter asked if a Taliban takeover was inevitable in Afghanistan and President Biden said no, the president already knew that the Taliban were winning ("Biden focused on 'perception' of Afghan forces in final call with Ghani: Report," Web, Sept. 1). Quid-pro Joe wanted Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani to paint a rosier picture and hide the Taliban's surging -- in return for military support for the Afghan army.

Preborn should have same rights as born

Life is a continuum ("Supreme Court divides 5-4, leaves Texas six-week abortion ban in place," Web, Sept. 6). There is no magical point at which we are more alive, more human or more of an individual person. All of our physical traits -- the color of our skin, eyes and hair, our physique type, etc. -- are established at conception. With the exception of hair color, these stay with us from birth, to youth and through old age until natural death. The right to life of the preborn is as defensible as any born person and should be protected by law.

In this Aug. 10, 2021, file photo, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis answers questions related to school openings and the wearing of masks in Surfside, Fla. Top Republicans are battling school districts in their own states’ urban, heavily Democratic areas over whether students should be required to mask up as they head back to school. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier) ** FILE **

Florida is America's light in the COVID-19 darkness

- The Washington Times

In Florida, businesses, schools and government agencies requiring proof of coronavirus vaccine as a condition of entry will be fined $5,000, beginning Sept. 16. The liberty leanings of Sunshine State Republicans are proving a much-needed light among the COVID-19 darkness.

Illustration on Joe Biden's grief by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

The danger of the Beau Biden effect

As President Biden feels the pressures of his office, he's increasingly erratic and at times even lethargic, prompting debate about his physical and emotional condition.

Biden should be tried

I've heard people from both the Republican Party and the Democratic Party challenge President Biden's nonexistent leadership. They want him impeached or want him to just resign from his position for moves such as like killing the oil pipeline while allowing Russia to build theirs and leaving our southern border open to all kinds of threats.

Harris would be worse than Biden

"The case to invoke the 25th Amendment against Biden" (Web, Sept. 1) is interesting, but it won't happen. A simple look at the politics will lay out why. First and most important is the Afghan debacle, which has caused Biden to drop the "Uncle Joe" act and reveal a cold-blooded operator. This is the true Biden, the Delaware grifter he's always been.

Approve use of cheap, effective drugs

The COVID-19 pandemic would have been history months ago had global health authorities approved mass over-the-counter distribution of hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin for prophylactic use. Instead, they began a campaign of lies and misinformation about these drugs.

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