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No substance to left's bluster

This Sunday, March 19, will mark the 20th anniversary of the preemptive "regime change" war with Iraq.

D.C. deserves statehood

If residents of Virginia and Maryland have the unfettered right to decide their respective criminal codes, why shouldn't residents of the District of Columbia be accorded the same privilege?

Israel has every right to self-defense

The highly portentous, Chinese-brokered deal between Saudi Arabia and Iran is at once a move toward peace and signal of war ("Saudi deal with Iran worries Israel, shakes up Middle East," web, March 11).

Judge was right in embryo case

While I have not read the decision in question and can understand why some, especially African Americans, find it abhorrent, after reading "Virginia slave laws inform judge's ruling on frozen embryos" web, March 9), I believe that Fairfax County Circuit Judge Richard Gardiner exercised Solomonic wisdom.

Make criminals in office pay

As I and so many other Americans watch socialist Democrats on various congressional committees make absolute fools of themselves, it becomes as clear as glass that they do not know how to handle the truth swirling all around them ("Tucker Carlson blows up left's Jan. 6 narrative," web, March 8).

Sue mainstream media

The political left, of all groups, has given us the way to hold dishonest media accountable.

Letting government take our rights

When the FBI raided Donald Trump's home, our country should have reacted with shocked disbelief. Instead, our society turned a blind eye.

Another Cold War looms

Oh, for the halcyon days of the Cold War's end when we all breathed easier and those of us old enough to remember duck-and-cover exercises at school could stand in the sunlight once more ("We've entered a new Cold War with China," web, March 7).

Release all Jan. 6 footage

What is the harm in allowing citizens to view all of the video footage pertaining to the Jan. 6 riot ("Tucker Carlson blows up left's Jan. 6 narrative," web, March 8)?

Misdirected outrage

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Sen. Mitt Romney and a handful of other so-called GOP congressional leaders are simply outraged ("Capitol video footage puts House Jan. 6 committee in a new light, some Senate Republicans balk," web, March 7).

The sacrifice of Scott Adams

In a recent NewsNation interview, author and professor Michael Eric Dyson suggested that "Dilbert" cartoonist Scott Adams be brushed with barbecue sauce, slapped on a grill and charbroiled ("Newspapers dump 'Dilbert' after cartoonist calls Black Americans 'hate group,'" web, Feb. 26).

Taxpayers foot bill for Biden freebies

The Federal Reserve is going to increase interest rates again to counter Bidenflation -- and Americans pay the price ("Powell tells Senate panel inflation still 'higher than expected,' sees more interest rate hikes," web, March 7).

What qualifications?

When qualifications are ignored in selecting people for a specific job, the result is the embarrassing spectacle in which our nation now finds itself.

Defeat the Clintons in 2024

The only question every Americans must ask themselves right now is, Where will I be on inauguration night 2025 when "Crooked Hillary" and "Slick Willie" become co-presidents of the United States again?

Letter to the editor: Here's to 2024

Let us hope that in 2024, after four years under the weakest and worst president ever, the American people will vote for strong leadership that will put America first ("Media speculates on 'vintage' Trump CPAC speech; he sees it as setting up 2024," web, March 4).

Left's 'democracy' is anything but

The word democracy comes from the Greek words "demos," meaning people, and "kratos," meaning power -- so democracy can be thought of as "power of the people," or a way of governing that depends on the will of the people.