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Nation's moral compass is broken

I'm certainly not surprised that a 6-year-old carried a loaded firearm into school and shot his teacher ("Parents want to know how boy who shot Virginia teacher still had gun after backpack search," Web, Jan. 16).

Take back right to free speech

When did it become acceptable for us to allow our First Amendment freedom of speech to be thrown down a deep, dark hole?

Democrats turn on Biden

When President Biden belatedly disclosed classified documents at his Washington think tank, he no doubt hoped he had dealt with his sole problem.

Ruben Vardanyan, the State Minister of Nagorno-Karabakh, also known as Artsakh leads a cabinet meeting in Stepanakert, the capital of the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh, also known as Artsakh, on Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023. Protesters claiming to be ecological activists have blocked the only road leading from Armenia to Nagorno-Karabakh for more than a month, leading to increasing food shortages. Vardanyan thanked all the deputies of the European Parliament, referring to their discussions on the rights of the people and the resolution adopted as a result. (Edgar Harutyunyan/PAN Photo via AP)

Russia threatens the peace in the Caucasus

Russia's regime is manipulating the Armenian minority in Azerbaijan's Karabakh to stir ethnic conflicts in the South Caucasus and to replace the Armenian government with a Moscow proxy. The scenario is reminiscent of other disputes that the Kremlin has manufactured, whether in Georgia, Moldova, or Ukraine, to maintain its sphere of imperial influence.

Illustration on parental involvement in education by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Empower parents to be educational entrepreneurs

It is time to empower parents to become education entrepreneurs -- even if it means facing down powerful teachers unions and the bureaucratic education behemoth to do it

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