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Steam rises from the cooling towers of the Grohnde nuclear power plant near Grohnde, Germany, Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021. Germany on Friday, Dec. 31, 2021 is shutting down half of the six nuclear plants it still has in operation, a year before the country draws the final curtain on its decades-long use of atomic power. (Julian Stratenschulte/dpa via AP)

Nuclear winter in Germany

- The Washington Times




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Recalculating the Iran nuke deal

- The Washington Times

Common sense yet survives. Despite President Biden's unwise push to resurrect the moribund Iran nuclear deal, there is a red line that he has refused to cross, at least thus far.

Michael Sussmann, a cybersecurity lawyer who represented the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign in 2016, walks toward the waiting members of the media outside the federal courthouse in Washington, Tuesday, May 31, 2022. Sussmann was acquitted Tuesday of lying to the FBI when he pushed information meant to cast suspicions on Donald Trump and Russia in the run-up to the 2016 election. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

The Sussmann trial fail

- The Washington Times

Justice has spoken. Former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann has been tried on the charge of making a false statement to the FBI during the concocted Trump-Russia collusion saga. "Not guilty," concluded a jury of his peers.

FILE - San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone celebrates Easter Mass at St. Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco, April 12, 2020. The conservative Catholic archbishop of San Francisco said Friday, May 20, 2022, that he would no longer allow U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to receive Communion because of her support for abortion rights. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)

Archbishop Cordileone is right

- The Washington Times

About a week ago, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco decided he had seen and heard enough and made it clear that one of his flock, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, would no longer be able to receive the sacraments within the archdiocese.

President Joe Biden speaks during a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at Akasaka Palace, Monday, May 23, 2022, in Tokyo. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Talking 'Bidenonsense'

- The Washington Times

He has done it again. Prompted by an inquiring reporter, President Biden has flipped a critical U.S. geopolitical position on its head.

Payton Gendron appears during his arraignment in Buffalo City Court, Saturday, May 14, 2022, in Buffalo, N.Y. Gendron was arraigned on first-degree murder charges and ordered detained without bail. Police officials said the 18-year-old was wearing body armor and military-style clothing when he pulled up and opened fire at people at a Tops Friendly Market. (Mark Mulville/The Buffalo News via AP)

Fixing the blame for mass shootings

- The Washington Times

Another mass shooting has rocked the nation. A seemingly deranged individual, striking out in an act of madness, gunned down eleven people Sunday in a Buffalo, New York, grocery store.

Illustration on the confusion over gender by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Limiting transgender trend's harm

- The Washington Times

A fad can be healthy, like the hula hoop in the 1950s and the Harlem Shake in the 2010s. When driven by a form of self-loathing, though, a fad can be destructive.

U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene prepares to testify, Friday, April 22, 2022, in Atlanta. Greene is appearing at a hearing Friday in Atlanta in a challenge filed by voters who say she shouldn't be allowed to seek reelection because she helped facilitate the attack on the Capitol that disrupted certification of Joe Biden's presidential victory.(AP Photo/John Bazemore, Pool)

Marjorie Taylor Greene, exonerated

- The Washington Times

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is something of a political loose cannon, and the Georgia Republican has been known to shift her tongue into high gear without first engaging her impulse controls.

FILE - Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan talks to reporters, April, 4, 2022. “The month of May is going to be a critical window into where we are,” said Hogan, a Trump critic defending incumbent GOP governors in Georgia, Ohio and Idaho against Trump-backed challengers this month. “I'm just concerned that there are some people trying to tear the party apart or burn it down.” (AP Photo/Brian Witte, File)

Larry Hogan's chutzpah

- The Washington Times

The speech that Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan gave at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute would have been better suited for delivery at the John McCain or Mitt Romney presidential libraries.

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