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Pro-life activists march outside of the U.S. Supreme Court, during the March for Life in Washington Friday, Jan. 18, 2019. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana) ** FILE **

We should all be able to agree on equality

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Norman Rockwell's 'Four Freedoms'  (Associated Press)

Have freedom of speech and religion fallen out of fashion?

A baptism in Connecticut a few days after Christmas was the occasion to jump into the minivan with my six youngest for a road trip. We set off a day early to visit Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Our first stop was the Norman Rockwell Museum.

Russia, Putin and the Ukraine Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

America's Russian aggression problem

A decade ago, the future of Ukraine seemed clear. A post-Soviet country, it was poised to follow its neighbors' post-Cold War path of new democratic principles and shared values of its Western neighbors.

First responders, health care workers and law enforcement personnel line up outside of Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021, to receive their first dose of the Moderna vaccine to combat the coronavirus. Gillette Stadium opened last week as the first mass vaccination site in Massachusetts. (Mark Stockwell/The Sun Chronicle via AP) ** FILE **

COVID-19 stats finally take turn to truth

- The Washington Times

Massachusetts announced that hospitals in the state will start to distinguish between patients who are admitted because of COVID-19 versus patients who happen to test positive for COVID-19, but have been admitted for some other health ailment. Wow. Truth-telling. What an idea.

Patriots want a U.S. based on Declaration

Retired Lt. Gen. Kellogg makes some good points in "Jan. 6, 2021: My view from the White House" (Web, Jan. 6). But he also makes some glaring errors. The least (likely a typo) was his assertion that "what happened that day was not the only instance of violence in 2020 ... " But his claim that he "learned from years in the military" is laughable.

Pelosi, Democrats wanted a riot

Jan. 6, 2021, was the day Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic leadership turned a peaceful protest into a partial riot by seeding the crowd with federal agents who incited a riot. They also instructed the Capitol police to stand down and let people go by, as was recorded on several videos.

Condemn left's violence, too

The Democrats are indeed making a grave mistake by obsessively focusing on the tragic events of Jan. 6, 2021, while failing to similarly focus on other incidents of violence that many of them (e.g., Vice President Harris and Rep. Maxine Waters) explicitly encouraged ("Democrats are making a mistake focusing on Jan. 6," Web, Jan. 6).

33% Joe Biden Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Joe Biden, the 33% man

The reporting on President Biden's approval rating is a steady-state feature of our national discourse. Right now, Mr. Biden is, depending on who you believe, anywhere from 8 to 17 points underwater.

Stop allowing erosion of values

Our ancestors would be appalled and ashamed at the changes in the values of our present-day population. They could never have envisioned the titanic shifts that would take place away from the traditional values of our country.

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