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Don’t leave Facebook, Twitter to the left

Buckminster Fuller, the eccentric architect, inventor and author, once opined, “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change things, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” But Fuller, who died in 1983 at the age of 87, didn’t live long enough to see the advent of social media.

If only Trump were a ‘progressive’

It seems to me that in addition to the accomplishments for which President Trump has received credit (despite the screaming from the “progressives” and their lap dogs in the mainstream media), two huge achievements have been overlooked or buried. First, it appears that President Trump invented a new way to wage war without any American bloodshed: economic pressure that overwhelms an adversary (see Iran). Second, Mr. Trump’s policies have saved our hospitals and their associates through economic aid. After all, have you heard of any hospital going bankrupt because it was required to treat COVID-19 cases to the exclusion of revenue-producing elective surgeries?

Only electors decide outcome

Thank you for being one of the precious few media outlets to respect the canons of journalism and not hop on the bandwagon of those who refer to Joe Biden as “president-elect.”

Mr. Private Jet for climate champion

Joe Biden has nominated John Kerry as America’s “climate envoy” (“Biden names climate statesman John Kerry as climate envoy,” Web, Nov. 24). How can a man with six houses, 12 cars, two yachts and a private jet tell Americans and the world to take a bus to save energy?

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Tyrannical governors are giving the Tenth Amendment a bad name

- The Washington Times

The Tenth Amendment states that "powers not delegated ... nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people." That's supposed to be a comfort for citizens, to keep the big boot of federal government at bay. Tyrannical governors are using the 10th to their tyrannical advantage, though.

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Va. pro-gun rights group to host Lobby Day caravan

- The Washington Times

A pro-gun rights caravan is coming to the Virginia state Capitol in January because organizers say the time slot to host their annual Lobby Day rally -- which drew thousands last year -- was taken by gun control advocates.