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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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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.

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox speaks during a news conference at the Utah State Capitol, Friday, Feb. 18, 2022, in Salt Lake City. Cox said that Utah planned to join the growing list of states planning to transition away from treating the pandemic as a public health crisis and toward managing risk. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Utah has had enough of ESG investing

- The Washington Times

In a letter a few days ago to one of the rating agencies (S&P), the State of Utah took clear and direct aim at the financially disastrous phenomena of investing based on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations.

FILE — Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey gives his state of the state address at the Arizona Capitol, Monday, Jan. 10, 2022, in Phoenix. Governor Ducey signed a series of bills Wednesday, March 30, targeting abortion and transgender rights, joining a growing list of GOP-led states pursuing a conservative social agenda.  (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)

Arizona's 'Right to Try 2.0'

- The Washington Times

In 2018, former President Donald Trump signed into law a bill that gave terminally ill patients the right to try experimental drugs not yet approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Illustration on Joe Biden's immigration law decision making by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Biden goofing up 'the greater good'

- The Washington Times

Of all the elements thus far of President Biden's leadership, none is more consequential than his decision to remove conventional barriers preventing unrestricted immigration.

Illustration on the state of American journalism by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Rebalancing journalism

- The Washington Times

Elon Musk's successful bid to buy Twitter and end its practice of censoring conservative speech is viewed as a threat to "wokesters" attempting to make quick work of their leftist revolution.

In this file photo, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, left, and Attorney General Merrick Garland, center, speak before President Joe Biden arrives for a meeting with members of his administration in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Monday, Jan. 24, 2022. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) **FILE**

Unmasking the maskers before it's too late

- The Washington Times

Federal Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle's ruling that freed us all from the mandate to mask up before getting on an airplane made her, for the moment at least, the most talked-about jurist in America.

FILE - In this July 20, 2013, file photo, an ethanol plant stands next to a cornfield near Nevada, Iowa. The president and auto industry maintain the nation is on the cusp of a gigantic shift to electric vehicles and away from liquid-fueled cars, but biofuels producers and some of their supporters in Congress aren't buying it. They argue that now is the time to increase sales of ethanol and biodiesel, not abandon them. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)

Earth Day daze

- The Washington Times

Green, once the calming hue of nature, has become a more complicated color as April 22 ushers the spring celebration of Earth Day.

President Joe Biden walks across the tarmac to speak to the media before boarding Air Force One at Des Moines International Airport, in Des Moines Iowa, April 12, 2022, en route to Washington. Biden said that Russia's war in Ukraine amounted to a "genocide," accusing President Vladimir Putin of trying to "wipe out the idea of even being a Ukrainian." The Biden administration has for weeks grappled with how much intelligence it's willing to give Ukrainian forces trying to stop Putin. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) **FILE**

Distrust with Biden time

- The Washington Times

Joe Biden is steering his historic presidency into the ground, opening a crater deep enough to hold his crashing approval numbers.

In this file photo, Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, poses with Col. Gen. Alexander Dvornikov during an awarding ceremony in Moscow's Kremlin, Russia on March 17, 2016. Dvornikov was appointed the new military commander for the campaign in Ukraine. (Alexei Nikolsky/Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)  ** FILE **

Russia's lamentable about-face

- The Washington Times

The road to freedom is seldom a straight shot and, sometimes, it twists back on itself. In a foolhardy about-face, Russia is retracing its steps toward the autocratic Soviet Union.

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