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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).

Pelosi undeserving of praise

Amid encomiums showered on outgoing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi after her resignation are a few brickbats, all in the spirit of clean and honest political combat (the kind Mrs. Pelosi always excelled at).

DOJ doesn't deliver justice

The division of our executive, judicial and bicameral legislative bodies into separate parts is the underlying principle in our system of government.

Redirect cash to rail workers

Transport via railroad is one of the most critical ways of shipping large quantities of goods -- and people -- within North America ("Train union down on Biden for pushing Congress to avert strike," Web, Nov. 29).

Hold government accountable

One of the most disgraceful aspects of the present inflation and its horrendous damage to the average American is that the Beltway bureaucracy is making six figures and hasn't begun to feel the pain being felt everywhere else.

DeWine for president

Historically, governors who win big in their midterms (Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush) make strong presidential candidates.

Ukraine winning with castoffs

There is a rising sentiment that the U.S. will have to force Ukraine into a truce with Russia because of the costs and the "emptying of our warehouses" of weapons.

Troubling time indeed

When Winston Churchill spoke of "the lights of a perverted science," he wasn't criticizing or referring to the many benefits that harnessing the powers of chemistry and physics have bestowed upon humankind.

Jan. 6 hearings were bogus, partisan

The Pelosi-contrived, partisan Jan. 6 hearings have ended and an anti-Trump report will soon be delivered ("Rep. Adam Schiff denies reported rift within Jan. 6 committee," Web, Nov. 27).

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."

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