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FILE - American Airlines passenger jets prepare for departure, Wednesday, July 21, 2021, near a terminal at Boston Logan International Airport, in Boston.   American Airlines Group Inc. (AAL) on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022, reported a loss of $931 million in its fourth quarter. On a per-share basis, the Fort Worth, Texas-based company said it had a loss of $1.44. Losses, adjusted for non-recurring costs, came to $1.42 per share. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)

American Airlines throws face mask hissy fit

- The Washington Times

An American Airlines plane headed to London was more than hour into its flight when its pilot decided to turn around and head back to the departure point, Miami, because a female passenger declined to wear a face mask. What a petty, unnecessary move.

Politicians need 'cooling off' periods

America is looking straight into the eyes of a tornado-style political year in 2022, and an even bigger one come 2024. How did democracies in the past handle situations where deeply divisive personalities on the political scene were disruptive to peace and good order?

A worker labors to assemble the Olympic Rings onto of a tower on the outskirts of Beijing, China on Jan. 5, 2022. The Beijing Winter Olympics are fraught with potential hazards for major sponsors, who are trying to remain quiet about China's human rights record while protecting at least $1 billion they've paid to the IOC. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File) **FILE**

Olympic 'Games must go on' spiel grows weaker by the day

- Associated Press

To be sure, the Games will go on because ... well, because of all the money plowed in beforehand and all the renminbi to be vacuumed up still. They should go on, too, because of all those years of sacrifice by thousands of athletes and officials for their shot at a moment of glory in the glistening winter sun. To deny them that chance, at this late date, serves no one's purpose. But if you thought last summer's Tokyo Olympics were hollowed out, just wait.

COVID-19 and Travel illustration by Linas Garsys / The Washington Times

Traveling in the time of COVID-19

- The Washington Times

Americans contemplating international travel may find themselves trapped either here or, assuming they make it out, in a foreign country and unable to return.

President Joe Biden speaks during a news conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Biden: Mask-less, hypocritical, incoherent, odd

- The Washington Times

President Biden took to the White House podium for a rare press conference, sporting an even rarer look -- a face absent a mask. And then he went on to say he's united the country, did a terrific job in Afghanistan and is not -- not! no matter what people say -- not Sen. Bernie Sanders.

CRT defective, racist drivel

Critical race theory has vaulted ahead of all other flawed, leftist ideologies in media attention and has earned pride of place in faculty lounges, teachers unions, corporate board rooms and Democratic households ("Let's honor Martin Luther King Jr. today by rejecting critical race theory," Web, Jan. 16). It posits that being born with white skin is a congenital impairment and the only therapy for weak whites is the inculcation of the theory's tenets.

What's a little crime between friends?

In true Democratic "old boys' club" fashion, days before leaving office outgoing Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam granted a simple pardon to Sen. Joe Morrissey, for Morrissey's 2014 conviction of contributing to the delinquency of a minor for being in a relationship with his then-17-year-old assistant, who later became his wife ("Outgoing Va. Gov. Ralph Northam pardons scandal-scarred state senator," Web, Jan. 14).

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