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Candidates' word choices matter

As the 2024 presidential and congressional elections approach (yes, this early), it is time to begin making our choices.

Is Haley tough enough?

In "Republican underdogs start to step in" (Web, Feb. 14), Nikki Haley is quoted as saying, "You should know this about me: I don't put up with bullies. And when you kick back, it hurts them more if you're wearing heels."

Democratic hypocrisy

Black History Month should serve as a reminder to people that prior to the Civil War, Democrats professed an apparent contradiction as they seceded from the rest of the nation.

Competence needed in U.S. defense

"Objects in skies serve as warnings for U.S. air defense" (Page 1, Feb. 14) quotes Biden spokesman John Kirby as saying, "One of the reasons that we think we're seeing more is because we're looking for more."

Equity is not natural

It is disappointing to me that movie theater chain AMC has faced intense pushback over its plan to charge a premium price for what are considered to be the best seats in its theaters ("AMC Theatres to premiere new seating price tiers: Cheaper up front, more expensive in the middle," Web, Feb. 7).

Are separate teams, leagues next?

I was watching the Super Bowl on Sunday and was treated to what was described as the "Black national anthem" followed by the "White national anthem" ("Sheryl Lee Ralph soars into 'Lift Every Voice' at Super Bowl," Web, Feb. 12).

Abortion stance loses votes

In "Abortion debate to dominate 2024 races with Republican Party doubling down on bans" (Web, Feb. 4), Susan Ferrechio details several failed GOP 2022 congressional campaigns and discusses the negative impact that poor positioning on the abortion issue may have had on them.

Who are the real racists?

Analysts predict that by next year, 30 million illegal aliens will have invaded and settled throughout the United States.

Illinois is emptying

E.J. Antoni is exactly right in each and every one of his reasons why Illinois citizens are "voting with their feet" and leaving Illinois ("Why are people fleeing Illinois?" Web, Feb. 8).

In it for No. 1

It is astounding that people once believed the Titanic was unsinkable, the Earth was flat and bacteria did not exist -- but it is equally astounding that the Democrats in Congress can vote with sheer unanimity, no matter what lines of morality they transgress, repeatedly.

Social Security will stay solvent

President Biden's State of the Union speech touched on the need to protect Social Security, which some critics say will be unable to meet its obligations in another dozen years or so.

Left addicted to abortion cash

What a wonderful story Sarah Howarth tells in her op-ed ("I left abortion clinic to save my baby and myself," Web, Feb. 6).

Spy balloons nothing new

Over the past 10 days or so, much of America has been enthralled by an errant Chinese balloon transversing the continental U.S., including several sensitive sites ("U.S. tracked Chinese spy balloon from the start but held off on attack, NORAD commander says," Web, Feb. 6).

We won't 'default' on debt

I am sick of the political posturing by both parties (although, as usual, the Democrats are better at complaining).

Biden's ridiculous balloon excuse

I was unpleasantly unsurprised by the Biden regime's handling of the Chinese spy balloon last week ("Biden vs. Party 'balloon,'" Web, Feb. 5).

U.S. looks weak

It's bad enough that China caused a worldwide pandemic that killed millions with the aid of our tax dollars and the blessing of Dr. Anthony Fauci.

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