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President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at Eppley Airfield, Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020, in Omaha, Neb. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Trump train chugs as Biden's sputters

- The Washington Times

The polls -- the same polls who predicted Hillary Clinton in the White House -- say President Donald Trump is going to lose. The people -- the packs and packs of people who have been turning out for his rallies in 2016-like masses -- suggest otherwise. Apparently, they've not gotten the message?

Far-left threatens minority rights

The Constitution, as solid as it is, ultimately relies on those who make and execute the laws to do so faithfully and with good intention.

Lying with ease

What I don't understand about politicians in general and Joe Biden in particular is how effortlessly easy it is for them to look straight into a TV camera and lie with a straight face.

The choice is clear

In less than one week, Americans will make a choice between two presidential candidates who couldn't be more starkly different ("Donald Trump for reelection," Editorial, Oct. 26). One supports an 'America-first' agenda to fortify our borders and stop illegal immigration; to stop bleeding American jobs, as well as technology and money to China (by addressing the massive trade deficit with this communist nation); and to maintain law and order. As a bonus, this candidate hasn't started any bogus, illegal and expensive foreign wars during his term in office, unlike many of his predecessors.

We know Joe

Presidential candidate Joe Biden said in closing at the last debate, "You know who I am." And now many of us certainly do.

Divine Ayong seals a test in a biohazard bag after collecting a sample Monday, Sept. 21, 2020, at The University of Texas at El Paso's Fox Fine Arts building in El Paso, Texas. Deaths per day from the coronavirus in the U.S. are on the rise again, just as health experts had feared, and cases are climbing in nearly every single state. In El Paso, authorities instructed people to stay home for two weeks and imposed a 10-p.m.-to-5-a.m. curfew because of a surge that has overwhelmed hospitals. (Mark Lambie/The El Paso Times via AP)

Gauging the coronavirus 'cure'

Restrictions on normal human activities have undoubtedly saved American lives that otherwise would have been lost to the deadly coronavirus. The all-hands-on-deck approach to fight the pandemic can be quantified in terms of the trillions of dollars spent, but there been other costs as well. Lives claimed as collateral damage in the battle have been given only secondary consideration. It's time to ponder whether it makes sense to rob Peter of life in order to save Paul.

Mr. Mohamed Benamour, CEO of Benson Shoes

Moroccan quality, English style, Global brand

Handcrafted, English-style, luxury business shoes. This is what defines the Moroccan-based Benson Shoes, an experience that started in 1963 and has since grown to 70 people and has evolved into a major niche business-shoe designer exporting all over the globe.

Illustration on Halloween and Christianity by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Should Christians participate in Halloween?

Every October, Christians trash each other on social media over Halloween. Is it harmless costumes and candy? Participation in the occult, cavorting with demons? Co-opting a pagan holiday?

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