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In this Oct. 23, 2020, file photo, Chinese President Xi Jinping delivers his speech at the commemorating conference on the 70th anniversary of the Chinese army entering North Korea to resist the U.S. Army at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. (AP Photo/Andy Wong, File)

Xi Jinping blocks Christianity, invents communist version in China

The arrest and secret trial of four Chinese Christians for selling audio Bibles in December 2020 in Shenzhen, China is the latest illustration of how serious the communist government of China is on stamping out Christianity in its current form from the country.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: 'Blackballing' really about money

"Tebow vs. Kaepernick: There's no 'white privilege' in NFL's disparate treatment" (Web, May 26) omits a key fact, namely money. The questions you failed to consider are as follows: Would Colin Kaepernick play if offered what Jacksonville will pay Tim Tebow if Tebow makes the team? And would an owner be willing to hire Kaepernick to play if he were willing to accept a Tebow-like salary? I think the answers are no and yes.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: 'Two states' is no solution

In a recent piece for the New York Times, Thomas L. Friedman clings to the well-worn and now essentially discarded concept of a two-state solution -- one with indefensible borders for Israel and permanent exposure to terrorist attacks from a new, neighboring Palestinian state. It is time insteas for a drastic solution; namely that the Palestinian (and if desired Israeli Arabs as well) should be transferred out of the League-of-Nations-mandated Jewish homeland.

Illustration on countering cancel culture by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Seven steps to surviving cancel culture

As a Black conservative for more than 40 years, I'm an expert on being canceled. I was canceled by the political left long before cancel culture was all the rage.

President Joe Biden salutes as Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin places his hand over heart during the playing of "Taps," during the National Memorial Day Observance at the Memorial Amphitheater in Arlington National Cemetery, Monday, May 31, 2021, in Arlington, Va.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Biden, Harris Memorial Day snub is a feature not a bug

- The Washington Times

President Joe Biden posted a picture of himself with an ice-cream cone outside an ice-cream parlor on May 29 and captioned it "Stay cool folks." His Vice President Kamala Harris then tweeted out a picture of herself, smiling, with the words "Enjoy the long weekend."

Illustration on controversy over CO2 and fact checking by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Fact-checking Facebook's carbon dioxide fact-checkers

The false face of Facebook is once again presented in the censorship of our organization, the CO2 Coalition, a nonprofit that promotes the benefits of increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide.

January 6 Commision Anger and Head Exam Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

The Jan. 6 commission Americans really need

Senate Republicans refused to go along with the House and establish a commission to investigate the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, which left five people dead, and more than 100 police officers injured.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, listens during a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee hearing Wednesday, May 26, 2021, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (Stefani Reynolds/Pool via AP)

Dr. Anthony Fauci flip-flops fatal for science

In times of trouble, Americans have often sought a Man on a White Horse. Today, in the Age of Science, we seek the Man in a White Coat, and Frontier Fauci has saddled up.

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