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Democrats in Round Three of the Debates Illustration by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

The Democratic debates, round three

Round three of the Democratic debates is coming up and unlike last time's overcrowded two-night train wreck, this debate will be a still-slightly overcrowded one-night train wreck.

Drug Availability Illustration by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Preventing casualties from single-payer health care

There are Democrats out there who want to undermine the system and implement "Medicare for All" or pass legislation that would restrict Medicare reimbursement to the prices paid for the same drugs in Europe.

Illustration on the zombie British government by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Great Britain now has a zombie government

The democratic tradition that the U.K. Parliament has upheld and embodied for centuries has ended, at least for now. Until a general election can be called, Britain is experimenting with non-representative government.

Attack on Free Speech Illustration by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Who cares what the government thinks?

In 1791, when Congressman James Madison was drafting the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution, which would become known as Bill of Rights, he insisted that the most prominent amendment among them restrain the government from interfering with the freedom of speech.

'Land of Wolves' (book jacket)

BOOK REVIEW: 'Land of Wolves'

I first became acquainted with Craig Johnson's fictional modern-day Western sheriff by watching the A&E TV series "Longmire," which is based on Mr. Johnson's novels. (The show is now on Netflix).

President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Fayetteville, N.C., Monday, Sept. 9, 2019. (AP Photo/Chris Seward)

Sanford, Weld and Walsh: 'The Three Stooges' as Republican primary challengers

"The Three Stooges." Normally we would immediately think of Moe, Larry and Curly, the three brothers famous for their burlesque slapstick comedy originating in the early 1920s. Usually off on a wild goose chase, they were cartoonish and clueless. What a perfect nickname for a trio of men who fancy themselves as Republican primary challengers of President Trump.

President Donald Trump, left, gives his support to Dan Bishop, right, a Republican running for the special North Carolina 9th District U.S. Congressional race as he speaks at a rally in Fayetteville, N.C., Monday, Sept. 9, 2019. (AP Photo/Chris Seward)

Why Trump is still winning

- The Washington Times

President Trump never tries to be something he is not. He is always focused on selling himself as the consistent same product wherever he is.

Aerial view of the Pentagon Building located in Washington, District of Columbia (DC), showing emergency crews responding to the destruction caused when a high-jacked commercial jetliner crashed into the southwest corner of the building, during the 9/11 terrorists attacks.

Remembering when Flight 77 struck

Most everyone remembers where they were and what they were doing on September, 11, 2001. It was one of those days never to be forgotten, like Pearl Harbor or the day President Kennedy was assassinated.

'Socialism Sucks' (book jacket)

BOOK REVIEW: 'Socialism Sucks'

When Sen. Bernie Sanders hushes an unruly baby or seems insensitive to the individual sob stories of attendees at his rallies, some progressive critics question his commitment to compassionate socialism.

NRA leadership illustration by Linas Garsys

Who's behind the attacks on the NRA leadership and why

The spate of ugly attacks on the integrity and effectiveness of the National Rife Association's leadership have understandably confused the millions of Americans who cherish the right to keep and bear arms.

China Claw Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

How China disrupts the Middle East

As Vladimir Putin's declining Russia flaunts its power in the Middle East, Xi Jinping's ascending China eludes the attention it deserves. But the Communist Party of China has begun investing money and gaining influence in ways that have vast -- and worrisome -- implications.

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