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Time to walk away from the negotiating table with Iran

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Illustration on the plight of Taiwan by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

First Taiwan, then the U.S.?

Will Americans be embroiled in another war? With the Russian war on Ukraine, many experts are now predicting Taiwan is doomed to fall to the Chinese Communist Party.

Elias Alicea, left, and Astrin Alicea, center, chant during an abortion rights protest led by the Party for Socialism and Liberation in front of the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington on Wednesday, May 11, 2022. (AP Photo/Amanda Andrade-Rhoades)

Democrats are off the rails on abortion

- The Washington Times

Democrat Rep. Katie Porter of California just suggested that inflation and abortion are issues that are tied at the hip -- meaning, if Americans really want to fight inflation, then they better support abortion on demand. Seriously? Democrats have gone off the rails on abortion.

Charge justices' harassers

It's clear that participants in the Jan. 6, 2021, protests at the U.S. Capitol did not understand that laissez-faire attitudes to 574 preceding instances of leftist riots, looting and/or arson established and inspired standards of conduct that applied only to leftists.

Biden gas-price gaslighting

President Biden's "Ministry of Truth" ("Disinformation Governance Board: Biden's 'Ministry of Truth,'" Web, May 2) should start by calling out Mr. Biden himself for attempting to gaslight the American public with his "Putin's price hike" rhetoric. First of all, the U.S. stopped buying Russian oil after the invasion of Ukraine.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen testifies during a House Committee on Financial Services hearing on the Annual Report of the Financial Stability Oversight Council, Thursday, May 12, 2022 on Capitol Hill in Washington. (Saul Loeb/Pool photo via AP)

Meet Janet Yellen: Margaret Sanger for modern America

- The Washington Times

Speaking on behalf of the Biden administration, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen lectured Sen. Tim Scott on the public value of abortion because it is so frequently used on the unborn children of "teenaged women, particularly low income and often Black."

Are we children of God?

For all those who have an opinion concerning abortion (in particular, President Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who profess to be devout Catholics) I have a question: Do you believe in the existence of an immortal soul? If your answer is yes, at what point do you believe a baby is blessed by God with an immortal soul?

To left, babies just work interference

It is difficult to imagine all the dogs of war that have been released on the unborn. However, when the secretary of the Treasury testifies before the Senate that abortion is good for the economy, I must take pen in hand ("Treasury Secretary Yellen claims overturning Roe will damage U.S. economy," Web, May 10).

Kick 'activists' to the curb

Allowing activists to illegally protest outside the homes of our Supreme Court justices while our police stand by watching and not arresting anyone sends a disturbing message throughout here and abroad ("U.S. Marshals ordered to protect Supreme Court justices amid rising protests," Web, May 11).

Lanto Griffin hits from a bunker on the 17th fairway during the first round of play in the Players Championship golf tournament, Thursday, March 10, 2022, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Griffin's final round Sunday, May 8, 2022, at the Wells Fargo Championship, assured him a spot in the PGA Championship next week. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File) **FILE**

PGA Championship delivers strongest field for majors

- Associated Press

When the final field was announced Monday -- one of the 156 spots is set aside for the winner of the AT&T Byron Nelson if he's not already eligible -- the PGA Championship was assured of having the top 100 players in the world, provided they all play.

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