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Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield, right, shields himself from punches by former MMA star Vitor Belfort, before the boxing bout was stopped in the first round Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021, in Hollywood, Fla. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell) **FILE**

Making money in boxing means not saying you're sorry

- Associated Press

Making money in boxing means never having to say you're sorry. Not for allowing Evander Holyfield to risk his life at the age of 58 just to make a few bucks. Certainly not for stealing money from gullible fans for a farce of a pay per view show that would have done terrible damage to the sport if only the sport wasn't so badly damaged already.

Taliban has no better friend than Biden

Let me get this straight. From recent congressional hearings, we learn that President Biden's best defense for his decision to abandon Afghanistan to the Taliban is essentialy, 'Trump made me do it.' How pathetic. The next thing you know, he'll blame the disaster on climate change. This is not "Profiles In Courage."

Undisputed catastrophe

When Democrats savage a secretary of state who serves in a presidential administration of their party, it is obvious that something significant has taken place. This is what we have seen in the hot-seat testimony of Secretary Antony Blinken before the House Foriegn Affairs Committee and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Founders didn't envision today's America

No other country on the face of the Earth has been more blessed by God than America. Our nation's birth was a monumental upset over the most powerful country in the world at the time. Our Founding Fathers risked everything for our independence -- their fortunes, their freedom, their lives and the lives of their families. What were they fighting for? Independence and self-rule. The colonists believed the price for freedom was worth the sacrifice.

Taliban fighters patrol a market in Kabul's Old City, Afghanistan, Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)  **FILE**

Somewhere over the horizon, blithe assurances fly

L. Frank Baum wrote "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" almost 40 years before MGM brought the story to the silver screen. Though it's a classic, the movie is not entirely faithful to the book. The novel tells us the "wizard" is a man who has convinced the citizens of Oz to wear green-tinted glasses to help them buy the notion that they lived in a city made of emeralds.

Washington Football Team quarterback Taylor Heinicke (4) runs during an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Chargers, Sunday, Sept. 12, 2021 in Landover, Md. (AP Photo/Daniel Kucin Jr.)

Washington QBs vs. the NY Giants

- The Washington Times

Washington quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick's on-field thigh injury put the NFL team in an all-too-familiar position in asking a familiar question: Who's next?

Taliban soldiers stand guard in Panjshir province northeastern of Afghanistan, Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021. (AP Photo/Mohammad Asif Khan)

Team Biden empowering the Taliban

It's brilliant but diabolical: infect a vulnerable host, gain control over its functions, then claim complete conquest. The coronavirus spreads in this fashion, but it's also the modus operandi of the Taliban.

Seen on the screen of a device in La Habra, Calif., new iPhone 13 smartphones are introduced during a virtual event held to announce new Apple products Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

Apple delays child exploitation detection code

On Saturday, September 4th, the Financial Times headlined: "Apple delays child sex abuse detection code." Monstrous is just one adjective that comes to mind.

Illustration on love for America by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Is hate winning in America?

Increasingly in public schools and many universities, students are taught about America's past faults, as if this is the prism through which all of us must see a country we were once taught to love.

FILE - In this Aug. 15, 2021 file photo, Taliban fighters take control of Afghan presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, after President Ashraf Ghani fled the country. (AP Photo/Zabi Karimi, File)

Biden has made the world's deadliest terrorists great again

On the day the United States marked two decades since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Taliban triumphantly hoisted their flag over the Afghan presidential palace and launched their new regime in a brief ceremony.

School Choice Momentum and Bad Public Schools Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Public schools are worse than you think

- The Washington Times

In Hudson, Ohio, public high-school students were assigned the book "642 Things to Write About," which asked students to "write a sex scene you wouldn't show your mom."

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