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A firefighter extinguishes flames as the Oak Fire crosses Darrah Rd. in Mariposa County, Calif., on Friday, July 22, 2022. Crews were able to to stop it from reaching an adjacent home. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)

Washington vs. wildfires

- The Washington Times




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President Joe Biden speaks at the House Democratic Caucus Issues Conference, Friday, March 11, 2022, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Biden's inflation nation

- The Washington Times

On Tuesday, the Labor Department reported prices paid to U.S. producers rose at an annual rate of 10% in February on higher costs of goods, further highlighting record-setting inflation.

Illustration on Biden administration and the Iran nuclear deal by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

No more nuts with nukes

- The Washington Times

It's natural for adversaries to each seek a pathway to victory. It is rare, though, for one side to save the other from defeat.

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks to representatives of the flight crew of Russian airlines as he visits to Aeroflot Aviation School outside Moscow, Russia, Saturday, March 5, 2022. (, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)

No more oil for blood

- The Washington Times

Russian strongman Vladimir Putin's unprovoked attack on neighboring Ukraine has the global order on edge in ways it has not experienced since John F. Kennedy was president.

Russian ambassador Gennady Gatilov, left, and Ukraine's ambassador Yevheniia Filipenko, far right, listen to a speech, during the 49th session of the UN Human Rights Council about the Urgent Debate on the "situation of human rights in Ukraine stemming from the Russian aggression" at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, Thursday, March 3, 2022. (Martial Trezzini/Keystone via AP)

What good is the United Nations?

- The Washington Times

Last Friday, Russia used its veto power as a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council to overrule a resolution compelling Moscow to halt its invasion of Ukraine.

In this April 8, 2020, file photo, the sun sets behind an idle pump jack near Karnes City, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File) ** FILE **

Prioritizing climate change over peace

- The Washington Times

"Green" energy is associated with a healthy lifestyle, kind of like a kale smoothie for machines. However, President Biden's rejection of reliable fossil fuels is triggering unintentional fallout.

United States Postal Service delivery vans sit outside a post office in Greeley, Colo., July 26, 2021. Congress would lift onerous budget requirements that have helped push the Postal Service deeply into debt and would require it to continue delivering mail six days per week under bipartisan legislation that approached House approval Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2022. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) **FILE**

Fixing the Postal Service

- The Washington Times

On Monday, the Senate is scheduled to take up the motion to proceed to H.R. 3076, the House-passed version of the 2022 Postal Service Reform Act.

FILE - President Joe Biden speaks about COVID-19 vaccinations after touring a Clayco Corporation construction site for a Microsoft data center in Elk Grove Village, Ill., on Oct. 7, 2021. A group of states is renewing a challenge to a federal mandate that millions of healthcare workers across the U.S. be vaccinated against COVID-19.  (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)

Leaders have lost the confidence of Americans

- The Washington Times

Credibility requires honesty with consistency. America has managed to rise to its transcendent position in the world by erecting solid institutions, and their trustworthiness has held them all together -- until now.

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