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Illustration on 10 reasons for Afghanistan's fall to the Taliban by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

How to prevent future Afghanistan-like disasters

The quick and relatively easy takeover by the Taliban of the Afghanistan state, following the precipitous collapse of the government and its security forces, could have been prevented.

The 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center   (Associated Press photo)

Rise up: 9/11, twenty years on

In the days immediately following the horrific attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, a poem was left at a makeshift memorial near Ground Zero in New York. It began simply, "You rushed up the stairs of the towers, as we rushed down ..."

Virus Screwed and Ivermectin Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Ivermectin is just a tool. Stop demonizing it

"Is ivermectin really that bad?" My unsatisfying answer is it's neither good nor bad, dangerous nor safe. It's just another tool in the toolbox of MDs and DVMs.

George Soros, founder and chairman of the Open Society Foundations, looks before the Joseph A. Schumpeter award ceremony in Vienna, Austria. (AP Photo/Ronald Zak, File)

George Soros meddles in America again

- The Washington Times

Nikole Hanna-Jones, the creator of the "1619 Project," has now founded a "1619 Freedom School" to teach America's most vulnerable, the K-12 minds, to hate the land of the free. And guess who funded the propaganda training ground? Yep. George Soros.

No working man's president

Joe Biden is clearly of the elitist class of hoity-toity progressives, as are his media acolytes who cover for his mistakes and (not surprisingly) their own. A successful politician must master the skill of retrospective rationalization by changing his story when mistakes occur, and he or she must do so without shame, as naturally as a snake sheds its skin. Progressive group think will provide all the cover their presidential pal requires, for both are part of the squirearchy, a sycophancy of upper-crusters, wealthy hangers-on and other inhabitants of Dante's various circles of hell.

Biden a hypocrite

President Biden professes to be a practicing Catholic, but I find this very hard to believe. The Catholic church opposes all forms of abortion. The Catholic faith holds that a baby's life must be protected beginning at the moment of conception. Last week, when commenting on the new Texas abortion law, Biden made it clear he no longer believes that life begins at conception.

Trump was never the problem

"Frontline" on PBS is of the highest standards, except when it isn't. This means that if the premises are correct, the reporting is insightful; however, sometimes, if the event being covered happened too recently, the focus is misplaced. A good example is "America after 9/11", broadcast this week.

FILE — In this June 26, 2020, file photo, California Gov. Gavin Newsom displays a face mask as he calls on people wear them to fight the coronavirus, during a news conference in Rancho Cordova, Calif. Newsom is facing the second recall of a governor in California history, and the last day to vote is Sept. 14, 2021. The coronavirus has been a dominating factor in the recall, which was first launched last year. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, Pool, File)

Recall Newsom, rescue California

If the most recent poll on the Sept. 14 gubernatorial-recall election in California is to be believed, a majority of voters there approve of Gov. Gavin Newsom's job performance and are set to leave him in office.

FILE - In this June 29, 2020 file photo, Anti-abortion protesters wait outside the Supreme Court for a decision, in Washington on the Louisiana case, Russo v. June Medical Services LLC. Even before a strict abortion ban took effect in Texas this week, clinics in neighboring states were fielding more and more calls from women desperate for options. he Texas law, allowed to stand in a decision Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021 by the U.S. Supreme Court, bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected, typically around six weeks. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

The Texas heartbeat law is pro-woman

In 2013, pro-abortion researchers at a pro-abortion organization did a study, funded by pro-abortion foundations, to discover what happens to women who want an abortion but can't get one.

In this July 27, 2021, file photo, Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wy., listens to testimony from Washington Metropolitan Police Department Officer Daniel Hodges during the House select committee hearing on the Jan. 6 attack on Capitol Hill in Washington. (Jim Bourg/Pool via AP)

Liz Cheney has betrayed Wyoming

When Rep. Liz Cheney "fist bumped" President Joe Biden as he entered the House of Representatives in May, it exemplified everything that has gone wrong with her in the last couple of years.

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