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President-elect Joe Biden pauses as he speaks at The Queen Theater in Wilmington, Del., Tuesday, Dec 22, 2020. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Biden's honeymoon from hell

Democrats should not forget that almost half of the electorate voted against Joe Biden, and many in the opposition are in a mutinous mood.

In this July 23, 2019, file photo, Gavin Grimm, who has become a national face for transgender students, speaks during a news conference held by The ACLU and the ACLU of Virginia at Slover Library in Norfolk, Va. (Kristen Zeis/The Daily Press via AP, File)

Virginia pushing evil law to let boys into girls' bathrooms

- The Washington Times

The Virginia Department of Education just released for public comment a proposal that would allow boys who think they're girls, or even boys who pretend to be girls, the unfettered right to enter girls' bathrooms and dressing rooms and changing areas. Talk about child abuse.

Illustration on MLK Day by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Honoring America's constitutional heritage on MLK Day

These are tough times. Despite the welcome arrival of vaccines, the pandemic still rages on for now. Political strife continues. Public trust is at all time lows. We need hope. Real hope.

Senate doesn't serve original purpose

We know that Alexander Hamilton and many others disagreed with Thomas Jefferson and James Madison about "the people." Hamilton insisted that the people couldn't be trusted to preserve their own rights, freedom and liberty. Since the passage of the 17th Amendment we have seen just how right he was.

A crime is a crime, AOC

I watched Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's recent online rant about her fear over the recent assault on the Capitol. I understand her concern and sympathize with her. However, she went on to lambast Republicans and talk about how evil they are. Where were such words when Antifa and her saintly socialist rioters were burning down Portland and Seattle? What were her comments when police officers were locked inside a police station and fire-bombed? Where was her outrage when rioters murdered a retired St. Louis police captain?

Saddling taxpayers with loan debt unfair

Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer wanting Uncle Sam to forgive the first $50,000 in outstanding college loans sounds great. Who doesn't want free stuff from Washington? But what about the millions of American parents who saved and sacrificed to put their children through college? What about the students who worked at part-time jobs to pay for college while they attended?

The website of the social media platform Parler is displayed in Berlin, Jan. 10, 2021. The platform's logo is on a screen in the background. The conservative-friendly social network Parler was booted off the internet Monday, Jan. 11, over ties to last week's siege on the U.S. Capitol, but not before hackers made off with an archive of its posts, including any that might have helped organize or document the riot. (Christophe Gateau/dpa via AP)

Parler's fight is every American's fight

- The Washington Times

Parler, the social media alternative to anti-conservative, anti-President Donald Trump, anti-Christian speech police at Twitter, has responded to Amazon Web Services' yank of hosting privileges with a lawsuit. It's crucial to the future of Americans' liberties that Parler wins.

Big Tech will only be halted by mass boycott

- The Washington Times

The only way to stop Big Tech and put an end to the social media CEOs' hatred of and hostility to all-things-conservative is for consumers to rally in one huge mass and mount an immediate boycott of all these platforms. And the chance of that happening, seriously, is slim.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., speaks to reporters during a news conference, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021, in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer) **FILE**

Who does Chuck Schumer mean by 'we?'

- The Washington Times

A lot depends on what Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer do in the next few weeks and months. All four will be trying to placate young people, who have been moved to protest for the past couple of years and allowed to skip school in the name of free speech and civics lessons.

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