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Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during the second and final presidential debate Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., with President Donald Trump. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

What do dementia, a laptop and Taiwan have in common?

What's a poor somewhat confused president to do? Suppose the laptop files are fake? How will he prove it? Who will come to his aid? Bernie Sanders? Barack Obama? Please. No, it would be curtains for Mr. Biden.

Unraveling the conundrum of mail-in voting illustration by The Washington Times

Mass voting by mail presents real risks to election integrity

You may have heard the oft-repeated narrative that concerns over voting by mail are baseless. This is a dangerous narrative that puts Americans' votes at risk and undermines public confidence in how we conduct elections.

Voting early nullifies late debates

Americans admire decisive action, but there aren't many handed out for going off half-cocked. Tens of millions of Americans tuned in Thursday night to watch Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden match wits in their final showdown before the 2020 election but, counterintuitively, it may not much matter. That's because tens of millions more have already pulled the trigger and made their selection for president. For all but those facing real health fears or schedule conflicts, the rush to vote early is a choice to vote ill-informed.

Biden belongs behind bars

During the last presidential debate, the real Joe Biden came out and showed what a pathological liar he is. Througout the event, when challenged he shook his head from side to side and denied what most of the public has seen in the news.

Left, right must come together

Demented Democrats, anyone? The woods are full of them. The more common one is the basement dweller, as seen on television debating Donald Trump. This particular specimen is a great metaphor for how deep and dark Democrats are taking the world.

Illustration on the coming role of America in the world by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Iran, China and North Korea have the most to gain from a Biden presidency

While Americans have much at stake in next week's election, our major foreign adversaries and allies have at least as much. Russia, China, Iran, North Korea and the NATO nations anxiously await the result because it will determine how we deal with them in the next four years.

In the midst of the COVID-19 global pandemic, our nation is facing a financial crisis

We've altered our daily routines for months now. Pre-pandemic, we hopped on the bus or metro to get to the office, or an airplane for a quick work trip. Now, many of us are working from home, abiding by local health departments' social distancing guidelines. We canceled our summer travel, and we haven't been on the roads as much, which means less money on gas. What a relief, right?

Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks about coronavirus at The Queen theater in Wilmington, Del., Friday, Oct. 23, 2020. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

The real Joe Biden scandal: Fumbling the nuclear football

Whatever scandal Hunter Biden's emails reveal about alleged influence-peddling schemes with his father, it is nothing compared with the fact that Joe Biden as vice president routinely put the country at risk of being annihilated in a nuclear war.

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