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Violence OK in leftist protests?

There has been a great deal of sententious cant denouncing President Trump for his "incitement" of the break-in at the U.S. Capitol building last week. Much of the quivering moral outrage is just so much two-faced humbug.

Mainstream media suddenly aghast

The lawlessness perpetrated at the U.S. Capitol last week should be strongly condemned; it was reprehensible. Equally reprehensible, however, is the newly discovered righteousness of the Democrats and their obsequious myrmidons in the "lamestream" media and Big Tech.

Illustration on the disarray of the Republican Party by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

How to save the Republican Party

If the events that unfolded at the Capitol on Wednesday showed us anything, it is that the Republican Party has a significant PR problem right now.

In this Aug. 25, 2020 file photo, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres attends a session during the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.    (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber, File)  **FILE**

Great Reset is corporate communism, and it's coming to America

- The Washington Times

Joe Biden's just-announced Cabinet picks for Labor and Commerce -- Mayor Marty Walsh and Gov. Gina Raimondo, respectively -- share the common denominator of being tight with the unions. And that makes perfect sense when you consider the corporate-run communism that's coming to America under Democrats.

Establish commission on fraud

For over seven months, we have been subjected to devastating and relentless mob violence from Antifa, Black Lives Matternd other "activist" wings of the Democratic Party. The violence has destroyed many once-beautiful cities, such as Portland, and Democrats have clandestinely if not overtly supported it (e.g., Rep. Maxine Waters' barbaric calls for violence against Republicans).

The Post or The Times?

When I saw the front-page headline on my morning paper Jan. 7 ("ASSAULT ON DEMOCRACY") I thought perhaps The Washington Post had been delivered instead of The Washington Times. We the people were at the Capitol by the tens, if not hundreds of thousands, to do just the opposite of assaulting democracy. We were there to preserve our democratic republic.

Dark days ahead

I and most others are saddened by the violence on the Capitol this week, especially by the shooting of Ashli Babbitt, an unarmed veteran from San Diego. I suspect, however, not many tears were shed among members of "the swamp." For them, things could not have gone any better had they scripted the events themselves.

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