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China attacking Taiwan Strategy Illustration by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Will China attack Taiwan this fall?

Last year, a Russian intelligence analyst leaked a conversation between Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping wherein Mr. Xi told Mr. Putin that China was planning to invade Taiwan in the Fall of 2022.

Democrats use Medicare to pay for Obamacare illustration by Linas Garsys / The Washington Times

Democrats gut Medicare to pay for Obamacare

As voters worry about runaway inflation and an economy on the brink of recession, Democrats are instead focused on expanding Obamacare spending and punishing drug companies.

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Calling all truly good Catholics

President Biden continues to aggressively promote abortion and look for ways to use taxpayer money to fund it. All the while, he claims to be a "good" Catholic. Well, his actions are those of a condemned Catholic.

Of course crime is up

Crime rates are up. Recently a shoplifter in New York City was arrested for the 129th time. He had been released and never brought to trial as a result of the New York state no-bail law.

Who's the real dictator?

Bravo to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for upholding Florida state law and suspending left-wing, radical prosecutor Andrew Warren ("Florida Gov. DeSantis suspends 'woke' Tampa prosecutor," Web, Aug. 4). Mr. Warren mistakenly believed he could pick and choose the laws he wished to enforce. Yet because Mr. DeSantis doesn't believe in allowing criminals back on the street to re-offend, it's he who is being unfairly slammed as a dictator. In the meantime, "woke" Hillsborough State Attorney Warren may as well be the poster child for the consequences of elected officials who do not do their jobs. Goodbye and good riddance.

Taiwan trip explosive for U.S.

In a more perfect world, it would have been ethical for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to visit Taiwan ("Beijing increases tensions over Pelosi's Taipei visit with military drills surrounding Taiwan," Web Aug. 3). But courage can be exhibited by both well-intentioned and ill-intentioned people.

GOP must get its message out

The liberal media ignores or distorts the facts voters need to make critical decisions. Republicans and conservatives need to expand their media sources to provide voters with those facts.