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Time to walk away from the negotiating table with Iran

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Limiting transgender trend's harm

- The Washington Times

A fad can be healthy, like the hula hoop in the 1950s and the Harlem Shake in the 2010s. When driven by a form of self-loathing, though, a fad can be destructive.

Police secure an area around a supermarket where several people were killed in a shooting, Saturday, May 14, 2022 in Buffalo, N.Y. Officials said the gunman entered the supermarket with a rifle and opened fire. Investigators believe the man may have been livestreaming the shooting and were looking into whether he had posted a manifesto online (Derek Gee/The Buffalo News via AP)

The left has an agenda for every tragedy

- The Washington Times

The yawning disconnect between the screeching scribes in the political press and ordinary citizens in America is never more evident than in the aftermath of a horrific human tragedy.

Illustration on radical educational indoctrination in public schools by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

How children become progressives

How are progressives made? By cooking them in a public school six hours a day, five days a week, where they are seemingly indoctrinated with an ideology that contradicts the values of their parents.

Democrats exploit another atrocity

The latest mass shooting, this one in Buffalo, New York, is a horrendous tragedy ("Buffalo shooter previously on authorities' radar in threat investigation," Web, May 15). The alleged perpetrator of the crimes, which are being called racially motivated, may well be a complete lunatic seeking fame.

Don't like it? Don't watch it.

In a recent internal culture memo, Netflix reportedly urged employees to support the company in offering a diverse range of movies and shows -- despite the fact that employees may not agree with all the offered content.

Bible still holds sway

We had been told that the big box stores would have "Revealing Revelation" by Amir Tsarfati on their bookshelves. Target had two; not by the time we got there. When we couldn't find Mr. Tsarfati's latest tome on a Walmart shelf, either, the manager promised he'd find out why there were no copies left.

Bill Gates discusses his book "How to Prevent the Next Pandemic" at the 92nd Street Y on Tuesday, May 3, 2022, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) ** FILE **

Bill Gates tees up COVID boosters forever

- The Washington Times

Bill Gates said those over the ages of "50 or 60" will "probably have to get boosted every six months" until "we get even better vaccines." That was after he revealed how sucky the current slate of shots are by admitting he just tested positive for COVID-19, despite having four doses.

Illustration on the January 6 select committee and abortion protests by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

The optics of the stale Jan. 6 hearings and pro-abortion protests

What a bizarre spectacle it's going to be when the illegitimate Jan. 6 select committee finally kicks off its ultra-partisan public hearings at the U.S. Capitol as left-wing civic unrest is occurring across the street at the U.S. Supreme Court.

Police honor guards salute as the Star Spangled is played during the National Peace Officers' Memorial Service on the West Front of the Capitol in Washington, Sunday, May 15, 2022, honoring the law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the line of duty in 2021. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Rise in police deaths reinforce need to support police officers

I have read with alarm the reports of high national rates of police officers murdered or ambushed by violent criminals. When communities are soft on crime and focused on defunding the police, we are all less safe. I stand with law enforcement and will continue supporting their service.

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg speaks during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, on Nov. 8, 2021. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File) **FILE**

Pete Buttigieg faults capitalism for baby formula fiasco

- The Washington Times

Full-time dad and sometime Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg acknowledged in an interview on CBS the seriousness of the baby formula shortage in the United States, then said it was more the capitalist system than federal regulators' fault for the fiasco.

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