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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks on the campus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, during a 'Commit to Vote' grassroots organizing meeting. (AP Photo/David Richard)

A late apology in clintonspeak

- The Washington Times

Hillary Clinton attempted to “come clean” about her emails again, like a sinner squirming in the hands of an angry god, but the partisan gods do not seem to be appeased.

Illustration on government debasement of religious liberty by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Favoring some claims of conscience over others

We face a crisis of conscience today — a crisis forced upon us by elites in Washington who would pick and choose who is allowed to follow their deeply held beliefs and who is to be punished by the government for doing so.

Lower Taxes Boost the Economy Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Swinging the tax ax

Ronald Reagan signed the historic Kemp-Roth tax cut into law on Aug. 21, 1981. Reagan’s tax cuts should be seen in the context of Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation.

Illustration on the Kellogg-Briand treaty by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

A treaty as hollow as the Iranian nuclear deal

It is ironic that Thursday marks the anniversary of the signing of the Kellogg-Briand treaty in Paris in 1928 designed to renunciate war as an instrument of national policy

White House Support for a 2016 Biden Campaign Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

An authentic alternative to Hillary Clinton

The media fixation on the largest Republican field of presidential candidates in history misses the very real crisis Democrats are facing as their slam-dunk nominee’s campaign unravels before their eyes.

Illustration on Iran's allies in it's quest for nuclear weapons by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

A little nuclear help from its friends

Since 1979, a cabal of nations has aided and abetted Iran in its efforts to develop a robust nuclear program under the guise of generating a nuclear energy system.

Illustration on Democrats' culpability in the fall of Iraq and the rise of ISIS by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

The hot potato in the Iraq oven

This past week, Jeb Bush drew fire from Democrats and even some Republicans for pinning the rise of the Islamic State (ISIS) on the Obama administration’s withdrawal of American troops from Iraq in 2011.

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The real war on women

It must be admitted. There is a war on women. The Democrats have been screaming about this for years, and they should know. Because the war is their war on women all across the socioeconomic spectrum.

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'Why I can't get a mortgage'

Last month I bought a house in Potomac, Md., a trade up on my current home, and was shocked to learn in the ensuing weeks that I couldn't get a mortgage loan.

FILE- In this Aug. 6, 2015, file photo, President Barack Obama speaks in the South Court Auditorium in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House complex in Washington, Thursday. Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton are expected to attend Vernon Jordan's 80th birthday party Saturday, Aug. 15, on the swanky Massachusetts island famous as a gathering spot for prominent Democratic figures.  (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)

The administration meets reality

The markets and American technology are turning the Obama administration's original energy policies around by 180 degrees. There's still a lot to do, particularly by Congress, so long besotted with subsidies for certain powerful lobbies. But prospects are bullish.

Climate Change Scam Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Deceptive temperature record claims

The U.S. government is at it again, hyping meaningless records in a parameter that does not exist in order to frighten us about something that doesn't matter.

Democrats seek vote replacements

Democrats need black citizens as "customers" and a source of baby body parts for the abortion industry. They also need black men and women as voters, since 90-plus percent of black votes go to Democrats.

Illustration on disputed territorial claims between the ROC and Japan over the Daioyutai islands by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

The Diaoyutai Islands: ROC territory

On July 23, former Republic of China (ROC) President Lee Teng-hui, during a visit to Japan, publicly stated that "the Diaoyutai Islands belong to Japan, and are not Taiwanese territory." This statement contravenes historical facts, the ROC Constitution, and international law.

GOP is party of 'we can't'

Talk about the GOP feeding its voters a cow chip. That's what it felt like when we were told recently that if the Republican Party got the Senate back, things could happen to curtail a runaway administration. Well, what has happened so far is a whole bunch of nothing.

Teachers hardly overpaid

Isn't there something wrong with a Harvard professor cooking up surveys with questionable methodology in order to get in a kick at public-school teachers' pay rates ("Teachers and schools are funded at a higher rate than most people know," Web, Aug. 13)?

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets his eager public in Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)

Sweet home Alabama: Donald Trump 'pep rally' in Mobile likely to draw record-breaking 35,000 fans

- The Washington Times

Yes, Donald Trump campaigns on a jumbo scale. The "Donald J. Trump for President Pep Rally", scheduled in Mobile, Alabama on Friday evening, has drawn such an overwhelming response from Trump folks that it had to be moved from a sizable civic auditorium to the Ladd-Peebles Stadium, which can seat 40,000. This is likely to be one of the biggest campaign event of the season - eclipsing a recent gathering for Sen; Bernie Sanders which drew 28,000 fans.

Michael Hayden (Associated Press)

The birds circling over Hillary Clinton

- The Washington Times

Hillary Clinton may think those creatures making wide, gentle circles over her campaign are bluebirds of happiness, but they're looking more and more like buzzards. They look hungry.

Illustration on homelessness and cruel and unusual punishment by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

An unconstitutional nightmare

The U.S. Department of Justice recently argued before an Idaho federal court that a law prohibiting sleeping on the streets violates the Eighth Amendment prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment.