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Follow the non-dairy money

So milk is racist ("Spilt milk: Why Democrats say only offering cow's milk in schools is 'dietary racism,'" Web, Nov. 23).

Media ignores Trump run

Clicking through the New York metropolitan news channels, it is hard not to notice the complete media blackout of live coverage of former President Donald Trump's 2024 candidacy announcement.

Time for new GOP blood

Before announcing his candidacy for president in 2024, former President Donald Trump should have heeded the words of Kenny Rogers in "The Gambler": "You got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em, know when to walk away and know when to run."

Fauci exposure imminent

As far as I'm concerned, Anthony Fauci knows precisely where COVID-19 originated ("Fauci's last press briefing erupts amid reporters' shouting match," Web, Nov. 22).

Obama's third term in full swing

Attorney General Merrick Garland's choice of special counsel Jack Smith for a supposedly nonpartisan criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump amounts to obstruction of Congress' ability to investigate the Biden crime family, plain and simple ("Doubts emerge on impartiality of counsel let loose on Trump," Page 1, Nov. 23).

Smith appointment improper

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Attorney General Merrick Garland's appointment of former Assistant U.S. Attorney Jack Smith raises the serious question of whether Mr. Smith is being properly appointed under the Constitution's appointments cause ("AG Garland appoints special counsel to weigh criminal charges against Trump," Web, Nov. 18).

More from the Communism playbook

I don't think people understand what is really going on with China's seemingly heroic efforts to eradicate COVID-19 ("China's Guangzhou locks down millions in 'zero-COVID' fight," Web, Nov. 21).

Left still fears Trump

As Tom Basile writes in "Donald Trump's incredible shrinking electoral map" (Web, Nov. 18), discrediting election deniers is working well.

America's identity crisis

Based on the results of the midterm elections, it would seem America is in a state of confusion and an identity crisis.

Puppet voters

All the daily constituent tug-of-war contests that have been happening since the midterm elections have me wondering if we citizens really are gullible enough to believe that our political leaders aren't working together behind the curtain, manipulating the voters like marionettes.

Indoctrination over education

West Virginia University is considering adding "diversity, equity [and] inclusion," along with the "elimination of discrimination and harassment" to the long-established standards of teaching, research and service for the evaluation of its tenured faculty ("West Virginia University eyes 'woke' criteria for tenured professors," Web, Nov. 11).

No one but Trump

I've let all sorts of pundits spout off on the 2022 election, while objectively endeavoring to figure out what really happened.

Horribly consequential Pelosi

Upon stepping down as House speaker, Nancy Pelosi was praised by President Biden as "the most consequential speaker of the House of Representatives in our history" ("Biden praises Pelosi's leadership as House Speaker steps down," Web, Nov. 17).

Remember JFK with respect

The anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas is fast approaching.

Biden and his criminal pals

This week, Rep. James Comer said there is significant evidence that proves President Biden lied to the public about his son Hunter Biden's dirty dealings during the Obama presidency.

Left still afraid of Trump

Your editorial Wednesday ("Don't count Donald Trump out") cites conservatives falling away from Trump after the midterms.

A welcome announcement

It is a genuine pleasure to see an energetic former President Donald Trump at the podium and listen to a man who can project his voice and enunciate his words ("Trump speech divides GOP, as loyalists cheer and others fear 2024 defeat," Web, Nov. 16).

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