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Why Trump deal with China is good for free trade

President Trump’s Phase One trade deal may save the World Trade Organization from breakdown and takes international commerce to a better place in a world divided between democratic market and autocratic state-directed economies.

Who was the first president of the United States?

Impeachment, according to the Founding Fathers

When the impeachment process was first raised at the 1787 convention in Philadelphia, it led to a furious argument among the delegates. “One of the most hotly debated clauses in the Constitution deals with the removal of federal government officials,” writes Scott Bomboy, the editor in chief of the National Constitution Center.

Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a campaign event at Iowa Central Community College, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020, in Fort Dodge, Iowa. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Joe Biden’s remarks show left’s insane love for illegals

- The Washington Times

Joe Biden, the guy who quite a few Democrats want to see as the next president of the United States, said he’d go after Immigration and Customs Enforcement for daring to deport illegals arrested for drunken driving. This is all that’s wrong with Democrats, wrapped in a big old Joe Biden bow.

In this Jan. 14, 2020, photo, President Donald Trump arrives at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena to speak at a campaign rally in Milwaukee. Trump's surrogates are fanning out across the country as part of an aggressive effort to stretch his appeal beyond the base of working-class white voters who propelled him to victory in 2016 (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

Trump’s coming post-impeachment bump

Will acquittal remove a negative or provide a positive for President Trump? The answer is crucial to Democrats’ November chances. In either case, he will be stronger.

Media Scale Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Liberal media feel justified in treating Trump with disdain

The news media of the late 1700s and early 1800s consisted almost entirely of partisan political operations. Historian Ron Chernow writes that newspapers of that time period “were avowedly partisan and made no pretense of objectivity. It was a golden age for wielding words as rapier-sharp political weapons.”

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President Donald Trump boards Air Force One for a trip to Miami to attend the Republican National Committee winter meetings, Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020, in Andrews Air Force Base, Md. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

Trump rocks March for Life: 'We declare that mothers are heroes'

- The Washington Times

President Donald Trump, against the backdrop of an impeachment effort that's been ongoing since Democrats realized he was about to be inaugurated, took a timeout from petty partisanship to speak of life -- to make a historic, first-ever-for-a-president personal appearance at the March of Life. And he rocked it.

Joe Rogan discusses his personal politics and position on Alex Jones, Aug. 13, 2019. (Image: YouTube, The Joe Rogan Experience, video screenshot) ** FILE **

Joe Rogan fails to see 'insanely consistent' failures of socialism

- The Washington Times

Celebrity Joe Rogan, who's capitalized on America's capitalistic system with successes as a comedian, actor and podcast host, said he'd probably vote for Sen. Bernie Sanders for president because the guy's been "insanely consistent" with his, well, socialism. Yes. Just as socialism has been "insanely consistent" as a failed system.

'Trump bashing' not always fair

I realize you are trying to be "fair and balanced" by printing former Judge Andrew P. Napolitano's opinion pieces, but I have to wonder why you would run some of what Mr. Napolitano writes ("Trump's trial is not a charade but deadly serious business based on constitutional norms," Web, Jan. 22). When you see one of his pieces, you know that you are going to get a Trump bashing.

Magical words vs. critical thought

We really shouldn't denigrate the left or reject their ideas out of hand. After all, they are effectively schooling modern capitalists to substitute the phrase "socially responsible growth" with "profit."

'Early Rubens' (book cover)

BOOK REVIEW: 'Early Rubens'

Peter Paul Rubens was one of art's great masters in the Flemish Baroque tradition. He was thoughtful, intelligent and enormously talented. He devoured his early studies in Antwerp, Belgium, in classical antiquity, and used this vast knowledge to create exquisite paintings of historical scenes.

Beef, chicken and salmon in vacuum plastic bag for sous vide cooking. (Shutterstock.com)

Techniques and joys of sous vide cooking

Nestled among a grove of trees in Sterling, Virginia, the building appears to be a high-tech center. In fact, it is the headquarters and manufacturing facility of Cuisine Solutions, originally founded in 1974 as Vie de France, now the world's leader in sous vide cookery.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin speaking to members of the media outside the West Wing of the the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Steven Mnuchin puts Greta Thunberg in her place

- The Washington Times

It's not that children don't have the right to have their opinions. It's just that children who speak on matters of which they're largely ignorant and completely unschooled shouldn't expect to order sovereign countries around and tell U.S. leaders what to do and dictate radical policies to the world.