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'Neuro-strike' might explain Biden behavior

I was just reading Bill Gertz's Inside the Ring item on "neuro-strike" weapons ("Neuro-strike weapons expand domains of warfare as new strategic threat, expert warns," web, May 24).

Wokeism is failure repackaged

As far as being "woke" goes, I was never sleep -- so I know that eternal vigilance is the price of freedom.

Trump-DeSantis would be powerhouse ticket

If only Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former President Donald Trump would kiss and make up ("DeSantis to join presidential race as Trump's top rival, set to launch during Twitter event," web, May 23).

Trump will prevail

With the field of candidates for president widening, the battle for the presidency is sure to bring out the worst in our mainstream media and the Democratic Party.

Biden, Yellen should stop scaring public

President Biden, Treasury Secretary Yellen and the Democrats confuse and frighten the public by saying that not paying authorized government expenses in full would be a "default" if the debt ceiling isn't raised to cover these expenses.

Gorsuch is right

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch recently decried the way the U.S. responded to COVID-19, "warning that Americans were all too eager to give up their freedoms on the say-so of a few chief executives" (web, May 18).

EVs won't be forced on drivers

In "Don't 'finish the job': President Biden's electric vehicle pipe dream" (web, May 16), Sen. Deb Fischer implies that the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed emissions rules for light-duty vehicles will mean the supply of electric vehicles outpaces demand, forcing EVs on unwilling consumers.

Biden fix is no solution

President Biden is threatening to use his perceived authority under the 14th Amendment to unilaterally raise the debt ceiling ("14th Amendment poses a risky Biden solution to eliminate debt ceiling," web, May 21).

Anything to keep Trump out

For all of you out there listening to our mainstream media saying the Durham report is primarily a "nothing burger," I suggest you keep an eye on who's passing you the mustard ("Clinton campaign helped create the Trump-Russia conspiracy theory, Durham report shows," web, May 20).

Creating 'superhumans' is unethical

A Washington Times article last week focused on a recent military summit meeting where the talk was all about what's around the corner, soldier-wise ("Building a 'superhuman': Focus on mind, body, soul drives evolution of America's warfighters," web, May 17).

Children can't make adult decisions

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and other politicians will continue to get support for bills that ban gender-affirming care for minors because many people -- not only conservatives, but independents and progressives as well -- admit to themselves a simple fact of human nature: We are not born mature ("DeSantis signs bills targeting drag shows, pronouns, bathroom use and transgender children," web, May 17).

Get out of WHO

The World Health Organization will hold its annual World Health Assembly in Geneva this month.

Extremist in what way?

The political left labels as "extremists" those who want to see the U.S. government reduced to the size and scope that the Constitution permits.

Criminal, not crazy

Everyone -- that is, those willing to admit it -- knows that President Biden and his family are probably criminal skunks.

Inmates running the asylum

Under newly proposed rules, the Justice Department, FBI and Homeland Security Department will no longer be able to describe a suspect's physical attributes ("Biden to bar federal agents from considering race, nationality in most investigations," web, May 17).

Trump's opinions aren't lies

In his recent column "Trump's old razzle-dazzle: Disastrous CNN town hall loaded with lies" (web, May 15), Cal Thomas cites what he claims are numerous lies told by Donald Trump during the recent CNN town hall.

America is watching

Some had faith that the heralded and long-awaited Durham report would bring to light the criminal activities of Hillary Clinton, the FBI, the CIA, the Justice Department, mainstream media, Democrats in general and all the rest who intentionally sabotaged an election and then tried to overthrow an elected American president ("Durham's final report blasts FBI's handling of Trump-Russia probe but doesn't recommend new charges," web, May 15).

Hold officials accountable

No sooner had the John Durham report come out than the despicable, left-leaning television news media began calling it a waste of time saying, "There's nothing to see here" ("Democrats insist Trump colluded with Russians," page 1, May 17).