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Smokers, self-quarantine

Now is prime time for all on the reverberating coronavirus public stages to connect "social distancing" with the longtime dire need for tobacco smokers to surrender their "right" to exhale their public toxic exhaustion. Innocent kids, pets and bus stops have been violated too long by tobacco addicts.

Hoarding is un-American

The coronavirus outbreak has panicked people into hoarding food, paper products and sanitizing compounds. Consumers across the country are conducting binge purchases of these products and most supermarkets are reporting difficulty in restocking these items. The bingeing activity is very un-American.

Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden (left), and Sen. Bernard Sanders squabbled like schoolchildren at Sunday's Democratic debate. (Associated Press)

Biden and Sanders can only promise huge tax increases and a path to recession

Joe Biden has made it clear: The first thing he would do if elected president is "repeal those Trump tax cuts." Bernie is even worse: Repeal the tax reform legislation and impose a wealth tax. America would say goodbye for good to President Trump's blue-collar boom.

Illustration on black Americans and Donald Trump by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Are black Republicans running for office the death knell of the Democratic Party?

There are more black Americans running as Republicans for public office than ever before. These candidates include U.S. Senate candidates John James in Michigan, Omari Faulkner in Virginia and Peggy Hubbard in Illinois, congressional candidates Angela Stanton-King in Georgia, Jeff Dove in Virginia, Kathy Barnette in Pennsylvania, Bryon Donalds in Florida and Brad Mole in South Carolina.

'When the Tempest Gathers' (book cover)

BOOK REVIEW: 'When the Tempest Gathers'

"When the Tempest Gathers" is a fascinating, gripping and insightful war memoir by a decorated Marine Corps Special Operations commander who was operationally involved in U.S. military activities over the past two decades in far-off countries such as Somalia, Colombia, Ethiopia, Liberia, Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Utah proud to celebrate and empower women

If you had asked 100 years ago what the number one political issue was for women, the answer would come quickly: The right to vote. So, as we celebrate Women's History Month, International Women's Day and the 100th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution's 19th Amendment this year, let us be proud of the remarkable political progress we have witnessed nationwide.

An entire section of meat and poultry is left empty after panicked shoppers swept through in fear of the coronavirus at a local grocery store in Burbank, Calif., on Saturday, March 14, 2020. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel) ** FILE **

America, with coronavirus, gets a taste of socialism

- The Washington Times

Socialism-loving millennials, look and take note: The clearing of store shelves, the closing of retail, the shuttering of restaurants and nightclubs and bars -- these are the outcomes of mass response to the global pandemic called coronavirus. But they're also what befalls when socialism takes over.

Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden (left), and Sen. Bernard Sanders squabbled like schoolchildren at Sunday's Democratic debate. (Associated Press)

'Grumpy Old Men' Part Two

- The Washington Times

The Democrats' nomination horror flick "Weekend at Bernie's" has turned into an even dumber horror movie: "Grumpy Old Men."

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When deceit goes viral

The coronavirus isn't the only disease that endangers the health of the nation. Though it threatens to sweep everything that came before it into the dustbin of memory, the virus had a precursor that insidiously infected the U.S. justice system. When Americans rise from their sick bed in due course, they should renew their insistence in discovering who is responsible for the Trump-Russia collusion hoax. Unless the sordid details are exposed of how trusted officials trampled on the constitutional rights of law-abiding citizens in an effort to unseat President Trump, there will be no assurance that it could not happen again.

'Medicare for all' no virus fix

Last Sunday's CNN Democratic presidential debate focused almost exclusively on the question of 'If you were president, what would you do for the coronavirus epidemic?' ("Pandemic forces CNN into a debate unique to campaign cycle," Web, March 15).

Perspective on coronavirus

Don't panic. Put things in perspective. Whenever someone becomes ill or dies from an illness, it is a sad thing. But spreading fear makes things worse. It seems to me that the politicians and the mainstream media are spreading fear about the coronavirus in order to manipulate the public.

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