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'Mercy: Humanity in War'   by Cathal J. Nolan (book cover)

BOOK REVIEW: 'Mercy: Humanity in War'

Most Americans do not know the name Franz Stigler. In late 1943, in the air war over Germany, Stigler climbed into the cockpit of his Messerschmitt Bf-109 to pursue a badly damaged B-17.

The steeple of the Corpus Christi Catholic Church is silhouetted against the evening sky, Monday, June 14, 2021, in Galesburg, Ill. Settled more than 180 years ago, Galesburg was built around Knox College, founded by Presbyterians from upstate New York seeking a Christian school on the western frontier. The city soon became home to Illinois' first anti-slavery society. (AP Photo/Shafkat Anowar) ** FILE **

Christian 'pride' is the answer to LGBTQ cultural madness

- The Washington Times

Time for Christians to take pride in their Christianity and go loud, go proud and go bold. If we want to win the war against warped, demonic forces that are reshaping our country into something very evil, then those who know the difference between right and wrong, between godly and ungodly, have to step up.

President Joe Biden speaks at the White House Conservation in Action Summit at the Department of the Interior on March 21, 2023, in Washington. Approval of Biden has dipped slightly since a month ago, nearing the lowest point of his presidency as his administration tries to project a sense of stability while confronting a pair of bank failures and inflation that remains stubbornly high. That’s according to a new poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, which shows there have been modest fluctuations in support for Biden over the past several months. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)

Biden's bank bailouts costing customers

Beginning next year, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. will levy a "special assessment" on banks to recover the losses from bailing out wealthy depositors at Silicon Valley Bank, or SVB.

Illustration on the IRS by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Why the IRS shouldn't be trusted to file your taxes

The wolves want to pass for sheep. The fox wants in the henhouse. The bank robbers want the vault codes. Now, the Internal Revenue Service wants to do taxes for millions of Americans.

Republican presidential candidate Tim Scott delivers his speech announcing his candidacy for president of the United States on the campus of Charleston Southern University in North Charleston, S.C., Monday, May 22, 2023. (AP Photo/Mic Smith)

Tim Scott: The new Reagan

It's been a while since we've heard the kind of optimism contained in Sen. Tim Scott's announcement of a presidential run.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during a news conference at the State Department, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

The Department of State and the drama of religious liberty in Japan

The U.S. Department of State's yearly report on religious liberty is eagerly awaited every year by scholars and activists who specialize in freedom of religion. It is the most comprehensive document of this kind published internationally. Some sections, including those on China and Russia, are usually outstanding, and this is also true for the 2023 report, covering developments in the year 2022.

"Buybacks" could encourage theft

On the radio recently I heard about a gun "buyback" program that will pay anyone $100 for turning in a gun.

Wokeism is failure repackaged

As far as being "woke" goes, I was never sleep -- so I know that eternal vigilance is the price of freedom.

Trump-DeSantis would be powerhouse ticket

If only Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former President Donald Trump would kiss and make up ("DeSantis to join presidential race as Trump's top rival, set to launch during Twitter event," web, May 23).

Trump will prevail

With the field of candidates for president widening, the battle for the presidency is sure to bring out the worst in our mainstream media and the Democratic Party.

Senator Rick Scott, R-Fla., right, speaks during a news conference after having toured the National Hurricane Center with director Ken Graham, left, Tuesday, June 1, 2021, at the center in Miami. Tuesday marks the start of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season which runs to Nov. 30. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

Rick Scott goes Ronald Reagan and slays NAACP with humor

- The Washington Times

Sen. Rick Scott responded to the NAACP's warning for "Black Americans" to stay away from Florida with a travel advisory of his own, telling socialists to beware, to stay out of the state, else face widespread backlash, "laughter and mockery" for any attempts to spread their entitlement rot in the South.

Protestors in support of transgender rights rally outside the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Ala., March 30, 2021. Three days after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states can prohibit abortion, Alabama seized on the decision to argue that the state should also be able to ban gender-affirming medical treatments for transgender youth. (Jake Crandall/The Montgomery Advertiser via AP, File)

Ask Dr. E: How one reader struggles to reconcile love vs. legislation in LGBTQIA+ debate

- The Washington Times

Higher Ground is there for you if you're seeking guidance in today's changing world. Everett Piper, a Ph.D. and a former university president and radio host, is writing an advice column for The Times, and he wants to hear from you. If you have any moral or ethical questions for which you'd like an answer, please email, and he may include it in the column.