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No president is this bad by accident

So "the Biden administration's incompetence has created a baby formula shortage" ("Inside the Beltway," May 17). When taken in concert with all the other brouhahas for which the Biden administration is responsible, this latest disaster happening on President Biden's watch points to a disturbing pattern.

Can we trust UFO hearings?

If took me all of a New York second to figure out why the pathological liar Rep. Adam Schiff would be the chair to conduct a congressional investigation into Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, also known as Unidentified Flying Objects ("U.S. intelligence officials testify on military's rise in reports of UFO sightings," Web, May 17).

Don't join NATO

By and large, American news reporting about the intention of Sweden and Finland to join NATO lacks historical perspective. Without such perspective, one naturally thinks it makes sense for these nations to extend their defensive capabilities by obtaining the assistance of other nations.

In law, personal views irrelevant

In 1957, when rabid mobs sought to prevent the integration of Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, pursuant to the Supreme Court Decision in Brown v. The Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas, then-President Dwight Eisenhower ordered federal troops to Little Rock to escort the Black students to the entrance of the school. He also went on TV to speak to the nation regarding his action.

Democrats exploit another atrocity

The latest mass shooting, this one in Buffalo, New York, is a horrendous tragedy ("Buffalo shooter previously on authorities' radar in threat investigation," Web, May 15). The alleged perpetrator of the crimes, which are being called racially motivated, may well be a complete lunatic seeking fame.

Don't like it? Don't watch it.

In a recent internal culture memo, Netflix reportedly urged employees to support the company in offering a diverse range of movies and shows -- despite the fact that employees may not agree with all the offered content.

Bible still holds sway

We had been told that the big box stores would have "Revealing Revelation" by Amir Tsarfati on their bookshelves. Target had two; not by the time we got there. When we couldn't find Mr. Tsarfati's latest tome on a Walmart shelf, either, the manager promised he'd find out why there were no copies left.

Charge justices' harassers

It's clear that participants in the Jan. 6, 2021, protests at the U.S. Capitol did not understand that laissez-faire attitudes to 574 preceding instances of leftist riots, looting and/or arson established and inspired standards of conduct that applied only to leftists.

Biden gas-price gaslighting

President Biden's "Ministry of Truth" ("Disinformation Governance Board: Biden's 'Ministry of Truth,'" Web, May 2) should start by calling out Mr. Biden himself for attempting to gaslight the American public with his "Putin's price hike" rhetoric. First of all, the U.S. stopped buying Russian oil after the invasion of Ukraine.

Are we children of God?

For all those who have an opinion concerning abortion (in particular, President Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who profess to be devout Catholics) I have a question: Do you believe in the existence of an immortal soul? If your answer is yes, at what point do you believe a baby is blessed by God with an immortal soul?

To left, babies just work interference

It is difficult to imagine all the dogs of war that have been released on the unborn. However, when the secretary of the Treasury testifies before the Senate that abortion is good for the economy, I must take pen in hand ("Treasury Secretary Yellen claims overturning Roe will damage U.S. economy," Web, May 10).

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