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Uncontrolled influx a disaster for U.S.

America is facing a worsening crisis of uncontrolled illegal immigration ignited by the radical Biden immigration agenda. Less than 100 days into the Biden presidency, we are witnessing a deeply destructive "Biden effect" at our southern border, as his radical immigration agenda has become a magnet for renewed illegal immigration. By reversing the positive immigration policy changes made by the Trump administration, the "Biden effect" is a growing disaster for America.

Attacks on one party threaten all parties

I was shocked when I read the editorial "Mr. Gaetz, maybe it's time to go" (Web, April 5), calling for the Republican representative to consider resigning. The recommendation is based on unproven charges by a female and by "two individuals who have chosen to remain anonymous." I never thought I would see something like this on the pages of The Washington Times. Hasn't this nation been through enough smear tactics that have included "anonymous sources?" And once again, it happens to be a Republican facing the accusations.

For the People Act unconstitutional

House Ruling 1, now pending in Congress, would provide for a takeover of our election systems for federal elections by the U.S. government. This is anti-constitutional and undermines the premise that the states control their elections, even for federal elections. This new bill is being supported by the Biden administration, which shows no interest in the U.S. Constitution or what it requires.

Europe's AstraZeneca vaccine fiasco erupts

The European Union, in its obtaining and distributing anti-COVID-19 vaccines, demonstrated the charm of the IRS and the speedy efficiency of the DMV.

In this Feb. 5, 2021, file photo Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg speaks at Union Station in Washington. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)

When highways are racist

- The Washington Times

President Biden's DOT shut down a highway project in Houston, saying the road construction was a classic case of racial injustice. At the same time, feds demanded contractors tied to the job get rid of all their black-ink pens, saying any color but green sent a message of racial injustice.

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