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Kamala Harris' Border Solution Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Heck of a job on border security, Kamala

Anyone who watched the Obama Administration closely knows that Joe Biden failed at just about every special assignment given to him by his president.

In this Aug. 11, 2019, file photo, an iPhone displays the Facebook app in New Orleans. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane, File)

Big Tech/Mainstream Media's top 10 faulty narratives of 2020

- The Washington Times

For all of Big Tech and the mainstream media's efforts to stop the spread of misinformation, in 2020 they sure propagated it. Most all was aimed at then President Donald J. Trump, in a coordinated effort not to have him reelected. They succeeded, so it's unlikely any of the news outlets, Twitter or Facebook will apologize for their blatant election interference and faulty reporting. Below are the top 10 stories and/or narratives they should retract - and/or admit to the American people they were wrong.

A registered nurse fills syringes with Pfizer vaccines at a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center Thursday, June 3, 2021, in Bellingham, Wash. Washington is the latest state to offer prizes to encourage people to get vaccinated against COVID-19, with Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday announcing a series of giveaways during the month of June that includes lottery drawings totaling $2 million, college tuition assistance, airline tickets and game systems.(AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Colleges that force COVID vaccine should be sued

- The Washington Times

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, on the heels of an emergency meeting to look at complaints of heart inflammation in young men as a side effect of the coronavirus vaccine, have determined that there seems to be a correlation. So why are America's colleges mandating this shot for students?

Nuns look at Pope Francis, top right, as he recites the Angelus noon prayer from the window of his studio overlooking St. Peter's Square, at the Vatican, Sunday, June 13, 2021. Francis demanded during his speech for humanitarian aid to reach residents of the war-torn Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, where Ethiopian and Eritrean soldiers are blocking food and other assistance. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

Victimhood is an epidemic

- The Washington Times

Pope Francis said the poor shouldn't be blamed "for their condition" because poverty is rooted in "selfishness" -- a characterization that suggests that without handouts, the downtrodden would stay downtrodden. That's a victimhood mentality that's killing American freedoms.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Who's really in charge?

There is a lot of talk about election fraud and questions about whether President Biden is our legitimate president. As the results of the election audits start to come in those questions will become more and more important and peoples' anger levels will rise.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Sliding into socialism

The happenings detailed in yesterday's front-page article, "Troops get reading lists for books on critical race theory," are more than alarming because they promote divisiveness and destroy unit morale and cohesion.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Adding insult to injury

I'm reading that at the tail end of a pandemic and in the midst of a severe border surge, President Biden's Department of Homeland Security has formally announced plans to reallocate $2.2 billion of funding for the construction of the border wall on the U.S. Mexico border ("DHS 'legally required' to spend Trump's border wall money, officials say," Web, June 11).

USA UFOs Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

The truth behind UFOs

In 2019, a series of patents for the United States Navy was made public. The technology in the patents represent a quantum leap in military technology.

Illustration on scandals in the Southern Baptist Convention by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Dysfunctional Southern Baptists: Repent!

Cover-ups of sexual misconduct, allegations of racism and intimidation of those who wish to speak their minds but can't for fear of losing their jobs. It sounds like the dysfunctional ways of the world, doesn't it?

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