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Don't make rash decisions

With the cancellation of the All-Star game in Georgia, Major League Baseball has put itself in a pickle ("MLB to move All-Star Game out of Atlanta in response to Georgia voter law," Web, April 2). It could have future opposition to having the game played in states that have even stricter rules for casting a vote. The states of New York, Massachusetts, Texas and Pennsylvania do not have no-excuse absentee voting, although Georgia has it. Wisconsin and Michigan do not have early voting, although Georgia has it.

Can we all be BIPOC?

The Washington Times once again taught me something I hadn't known: BIPOC ("'So much shame': Woke left-wingers increasingly embarrassed over White 'privileged' status," Web, March 8).

Celebrity firings are payoffs

After accusations of racist remarks and a head-to-head conflict with "The Talk" co-host Sheryl Underwood, Sharon Osbourne could be walking away with a cool $5 to $10 million minimum payout ("'The Talk' on hiatus amid CBS probe into Sharon Osbourne comments," Web, March 15).

Cuomo is Toast Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Andrew Cuomo's gotta go

The old adage "the higher you climb, the harder you fall" is especially true in the case of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Justice Thomas issues road map on how to stop big tech bias

- The Washington Times

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas argued in an opinion Monday that social media companies such as Twitter and Facebook may not have First Amendment rights to ban users on their platforms, laying out the legal framework for Republicans in Congress to regulate big tech.

Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's former national security adviser, departs a federal courthouse after a hearing, Monday, June 24, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) ** FILE **

Michael Flynn is right: Americans must get 'back to church'

- The Washington Times

Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, the guy the leftists love to hate, turned the tables on his accusers, called them out as communists, and then listed two things Americans need to do to secure the country's liberties: Restore the culture, and "get people back to church." How right he is.

Protection from Infrastructure EMP Disaster Illustration by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

An ounce of prevention against EMP threats, if not now, when?

The fact is that America's electric power grid and much of its critical infrastructure today is totally vulnerable to an electro-magnetic pulse (EMP) and, should such an event occur, the consequences would be horrific.

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