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What about Jan. 6 detainees?

President Biden patted himself on the back as he announced the release of WNBA star Brittney Griner from Russian captivity ("Brittney Griner for Viktor Bout: WNBA star freed in U.S.-Russia prisoner swap," Web, Dec. 8).

Improve House GOP leadership

With only 213 Democrats elected to the House of Representatives during last month's midterm elections, it would seem the party will have no realistic say in the election of the chamber's next speaker.

RINOs help only themselves

The Georgia Senate race was of the utmost importance, yet the Republican Party failed to properly fund the Walker campaign ("'What a mess!': GOP's loss in Georgia runoff sends shock waves through Trump world," Web, Dec. 7).

Border security is national security

Asked why he did not venture to our southern border when he was recently in a border state (Arizona), President Biden said, "There are more important things going on" ("Biden defends not visiting border, points to 'more important' tasks," Web, Dec. 6).

Biden, China definite bedfellows

There is no doubt that a "quid pro quo" sealed all the dirty, multimillion-dollar business dealings from China that boosted the Biden family's finances ("Soft on China: Top Republican says Biden administration weakening America on the world stage," Web, Dec. 6).

Is Ukraine a democracy?

I have to wonder how Sens. Lindsey Graham and Richard Blumenthal, among others, define "democracy." They support the continued U.S. effort in Ukraine, which they consider to have a democratic form of government.

Biden presidency a middle finger to U.S.

Sen. Joni Ernst, Iowa Republican, recently said the Democrats are giving middle America the "middle finger" by trying to replace Iowa with South Carolina as the first presidential nominating state ("Sen. Joni Ernst: Dems gave Midwest 'the finger' by switching up primary schedule," Web, Dec. 4).

Woke justice isn't justice

Call me cynical, but I understand human nature as the Founders understood it, and I've read enough to know that great empires have a shelf life of about 250 years before they fall under the weight of greed, avarice and corruption.

Biden didn't 'write' anything

Recently President Biden has been telling the media he "wrote" two very major changes into the lives of U.S. citizens: the Inflation Reduction Act and, more recently, the Democratic Party's revamping of the state primary schedules.

Revelations show corruption's depth

The revelations of Elon Musk should shock us to our foundations ("Musk releases Twitter internal documents showing details of suppression of Hunter Biden laptop story," Web, Dec. 2).

All states must fight fentanyl

I read the sad column by a Kansas mother who lost her 16-year-old son to a pill containing fentanyl ("A fentanyl-laced pill killed my son," Web, Nov. 21).

Right move on rail bill

So often we must recognize that a president is damned if he does and damned if he doesn't.

Where was the coverage?

There was little to no observance of Native American Heritage Month in November because of the midterm elections and the senseless gun violence at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, and the University of Virginia.

Congress must rein in spending

"Taxes Have Consequences: An Economic History of the United States," reviewed recently in The Washington Times, purports to show that tax cuts for the rich benefit all Americans ("Book Review: 'Taxes Have Consequences: An Economic History of the United States,'" Web, Nov. 24).

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