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The U.S. must prioritize competition with China

Clifford May is right to suggest that the competition between the United States and China will be determined by will. But it will also be determined by the ability of the U.S. to focus and prioritize, including with respect to its defense posture ("Beijing's strategy for Cold War," Web, Dec. 1)

The Democrats' destructive road

The liberal left is out of control and is destroying America. The Democrats realize their time in power is short. America today is in total chaos. From our open southern border to the unplanned Afghanistan debacle, the party has taken us down a destructive road.

In this Sept. 13, 2020, file photo, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Robert Griffin III (3) stands on the field before an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns in Baltimore. The former Heisman Trophy winner and Pro Bowl quarterback has signed a multi-year deal with ESPN to be a college football and NFL analyst.  The deal also allows Griffin III to seek a playing opportunity with a team if one arises. (AP Photo/Nick Wass, File) **FILE**

LOVERRO: RG3's tell-all may be silver lining to twisted saga

Robert Griffin III -- the architect of both brief times of triumph followed by long stretches of pain -- woke Washington Football Team fans from their dreams with the news he posted on his Twitter account that he will have a book coming out next August. The title? "Surviving Washington."

People walk in the Ryomyong Street in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Nov. 25, 2021. (AP Photo/Cha Song Ho)

Korea peace declaration wouldn't secure real peace

- The Washington Times

Despite North Korea's ongoing nuclear weapons buildup and provocations, South Korean President Moon Jae-in is trying to convince the United States to declare an end to the Korean War. While the 1950-53 war seems a relic of the past, North Korea today poses a very real security threat.

Hydrogen not so green after all

Before we enthusiastically invest in hydrogen as part of the "decarbonization" strategy suggested by Rich Powell,several mitigating factors should be considered ("Hydrogen investments may be key to global energy competitiveness for U.S.," Web, Nov. 23).

Maxwell treatment shameful

Human rights lawyers Francois Zimeray and Jessica Finelle have filed a complaint with the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention alleging "serious violations of Ghislaine Maxwell's defence rights and presumption of innocence." The decision to incarcerate Ms. Maxwell for over 500 days in isolation certainly strikes me as of doubtful legality and it seems highly unlikely Ms. Maxwell will receive evenhanded treatment.

When prosecutors get it wrong

Recently we have seen three high-profile cases in which prosecutor decisions have been proven badly wrong. In Wisconsin, Kyle Rittenhouse, seriously overcharged in the opinion of many legal experts, was found not guilty of every single charge. In Georgia, prosecutors initially decided not to bring a single charge in the Ahmaud Arbery killing, but a jury found the defendants guilty of felony murder. Again in Wisconsin, trivial bail for a multiple violent offender led to the deaths of six people and the injury of 61 in the parade rampage. Should prosecutors have so much discretion that they can get it so wrong?

U.S. - Russia - China summit is urgently needed to avoid Armageddon. (sponsored)

Biden' Democracy Summit - Dividing instead of Uniting the World

Whether or not President Biden has any understanding that today's geopolitical landscape is very different from the one which he experienced as the "end of history" was being celebrated in 1991, is an open question.