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Illustration on the legacy of Biden's unilateral withdrawal from Afghanistan by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Afghanistan haunts Biden, as it should

Nothing encapsulates President Biden’s approach to national security and foreign policy as well as the debacle he created in withdrawing suddenly from Afghanistan in August 2021.

In this screen grab from surveillance video tweeted by the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, Audrey Elizabeth Hale points an assault-style weapon inside The Covenant School in Nashville, Tenn., Monday, March 27, 2023. The former student shot through the doors of the Christian elementary school and killed several children and adults before being killed by police. (Metropolitan Nashville Police Department via AP)

Truth-telling about Audrey Hale is not inciting violence

- The Washington Times

These LGBTQ activists and their fawning enablers are deranged. Their mental illness, post-Audrey Hale, is on full display. It’s more important than ever to call out the mental illness — the utter evil — for what it is and not allow the sick in society to usurp the narrative.

A pump jack operates as the sun begins to set on the western horizon Monday, March 7, 2022, near Pleasant Farms, an unincorporated community in southeastern Ector County, Texas. Oil prices are rising sharply again Tuesday as the U.S. prepares to ban crude oil imports from Russia in response to that country's unprovoked invasion of neighboring Ukraine. (Jacob Ford/Odessa American via AP)

Lower Energy Costs Act restores American agriculture

Before President Biden took office, America was the largest energy producer in the world, and oil and gas — the raw materials for vital farm inputs from diesel fuel to fertilizer production — were abundant and affordable. In the first week of the Biden administration, the president enacted two executive orders that stifled the development and expansion of American energy resources. These executive orders halted new oil and gas leases on federal lands and offshore waters and revoked the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline.

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George Soros, founder and chairman of the Open Society Foundations, looks before the Joseph A. Schumpeter award ceremony in Vienna, Austria. (AP Photo/Ronald Zak, File) Photo edited for Best of 2020 list.

George Soros feigns innocence on anti-Trump D.A., Alvin Bragg

- The Washington Times

Soros may not have physically met with Bragg and slid him the yellow envelope of cash across a restaurant table. But Soros money found its way into Bragg's hands via the Color of Change PAC. For Soros to wash his hands now of Bragg, the radical he helped create, is dishonest.

Throw out corrupt politicians

It seems that every day we learn of new unconscionable, criminal conduct by government employees and elected officials.

Indict Biden, others for treason

I am not at all surprised that the Democrats have come after former President Donald Trump again ("Trump indicted by New York grand jury in Stormy Daniels hush money case," web, March 30).

No justice without equal justice

Members of the Jan. 6 committee and others should be not only ashamed but held accountable for their gross misleading of the legal system, other members of Congress and the American people ("Jan. 6 'Shaman' released from prison early as lawyer calls for sanctions on prosecutors over video," web, March 30).

Former President Donald Trump speaks with reporters while in flight on his plane after a campaign rally at Waco Regional Airport, in Waco, Texas, Saturday, March 25, 2023, while en route to West Palm Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Trump is for media what war is for economy

- The Washington Times

Donald Trump was just hit with the news a Manhattan grand jury has indicted him on charges that have yet to be made public and all the MAGA haters in the media go: Yay! Trump is the best bailout the failing CNN could hope to receive.

Encouraged self-centeredness breeds contempt

Billy Hallowell's "Mass shootings, moral chaos reveal spiritual crisis of epic proportions" (web, March 28) exposes how self-centeredness results in paranoiac insecurity, ultimately leading to an unrealistic expectation that all of society must endorse disparate values.

Can we survive Biden?

Never before in our country's history have never been in such a dangerous, precarious situation.

Don't give up on Trump

My hope is that voters will not give up on former President Donald Trump ("Trump's antics could get him locked up at Manhattan arraignment," web, March 29).