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Self-interest over morality

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence seems an appropriate name for a group of drag queens dressed as nuns, given that our nation has become more self-indulgent than any in history ("Dodgers scratch award for drag queens dressed like nuns after Catholic backlash," web, May 17).

U.S. military is not an experiment

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley -- who led the fiasco in the departure of Afghanistan -- recently said the "woke" activities that have been taking place on bases are not part of the U.S. military.

'Code Name Blue Wren' by Jim Popkin (book cover)

BOOK REVIEW: 'Code Name Blue Wren'

Some years ago, when I was performing security work as a civilian Defense Department employee, I attended a briefing at the headquarters of the Defense Intelligence Agency at Bolling Air Force Base in Washington.

Time to clean house

Do our legislators read about what their actions are doing to our nation?

House unites for crucial cause

It is appropriate and timely that the House of Representatives -- which rarely achieves unanimity on any issue -- voted 429-0 this week to condemn antiemitism and recognize the accomplishments of American Jews.

A win for McCarthy

This week's passage of the debt-limit bill in the House of Representatives is a strategic victory for Speaker Kevin McCarthy ("Biden-McCarthy debt limit deal to face new obstacles in Senate as looming deadline closes in," web, May 31).

Bellevue, Washington / USA - April 1 2019: Red sign in front of a Chick-Fil-A fast food restaurant, specializing in fried chicken sandwiches and waffle fries. File photo credit: VDB Photos via Shutterstock.

Dan Cathy -- shine this

- The Washington Times

Dan Cathy, former CEO of now-woke Chick-fil-A, was captured on video chastising White America for racism and saying the way forward was to find a Black person with dusty shoes and bend down and shine them. And then he did. He bent down, on camera, and shined a Black man's shoes. What a tool.

President Joe Biden speaks during a meeting with the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology in the State Dining Room of the White House on April 4, 2023, in Washington. The U.S. national emergency to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic ended Monday, April 10, as Biden signed a bipartisan congressional resolution to bring it to a close after three years — weeks before it was set to expire alongside a separate public health emergency. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

Medical journal BMJ admits much of COVID data bogus

- The Washington Times

The medical journal BMJ wondered aloud -- this: "The pandemic turbocharged scientific publishing. While this was widely considered a collective triumph against a global threat, have the harms of pandemic publishing been overlooked?" And the answer that came back was a decided -- and horrific -- yes.

An autistic boy holds the hand of his adoptive father as they prepare to leave for a family outing from their home in Springfield, Mass., on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

Families need fathers

As horrific mass shootings happen across the country, committed mostly by young men, it is evident that childhood trauma, isolation, and the absence of an involved father each plays a role in fostering such tragedies.