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Former President Donald Trump speaks during his Save America rally in Perry, Ga., Sept. 25, 2021. A resurgent GOP is poised to reclaim one, if not both, chambers of Congress and retain its lock on dozens of state legislatures and governor’s offices. The turnaround — which is expected but far from assured — is fueled by an unpopular Joe Biden presidency, deep frustration with the lingering pandemic and fresh concerns about inflation, as well as the GOP having history on its side.  (AP Photo/Ben Gray, File)

Donald Trump keeps on winning with minorities

- The Washington Times

If Donald Trump were to face off against Joe Biden today, minorities by a wide margin would choose Trump, according to a survey conducted by the Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports. That's astonishing -- right? No. Only to those who get their news from CNN et al.

Illustration on love for America by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Is America dying?

Is the United States about to limp off the stage of history? The answer is yes - and no.

n this Dec. 9, 2019, file photo, Michelle Obama listens to female students at the Can Giuoc high school in Long An province, Vietnam. The former first lady and The Poor People's Campaign have been chosen to receive Freedom Awards from the National Civil Rights Museum in Tennessee. The museum said Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021, that Obama and the campaign's two leaders, the Rev. William Barber and the Rev. Liz Theoharis, will be honored during a virtual ceremony on Oct. 14. (AP Photo/Hau Dinh, File)

Michelle Obama enters politics with vengeance, bent on revenge

- The Washington Times

Former first lady Michelle Obama is partnering her foundation with 30 other groups to register a million new voters before the midterms. It's go time for the left. Her entry into election politicking guarantees this fight over the Electoral College is the Dems' signature campaign issue this year.

Make China's government pay

Last month I was at home watching the news and the crawler featured the following headline: "Biden laughs off a question on COVID-19 deaths and the origin of the disease." The president "laughed off" a question on the number of COVID-19 deaths, which are, if the figures are correct, over three times the total number of deaths from the atomic bombing of Nagasaki and Hiroshima, combined?

Back Taiwan as China grows bolder

As China grows stronger and bolder, Washington must end its decades-long policy of strategic ambiguity if America's integrated deterrence is to have any hope of success. Without adequate hard power, no measure of diplomacy or economic statecraft will convince China not to attack a democratic Taiwan. Merely acknowledging the China threat is no longer good enough. The United States needs to stand up to a rival such as China.

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