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USA UFOs Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

The truth behind UFOs

In 2019, a series of patents for the United States Navy was made public. The technology in the patents represent a quantum leap in military technology.

Illustration on Israel's removal of Bibi Netanyahu by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Israel’s Trump problem

There’s an unholy alliance in the Holy Land. One can’t help but see potential danger lurking for Israel in the same kind of desperate political moves we saw here in 2020.

From left, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, US President Joe Biden, President of France, Emmanuel Macron and European Commission Ursula von der Leyen speak after posing for photos for the Leaders official welcome and group photo session, during the G7 Summit, in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, England, Friday, June 11, 2021. (Leon Neal/Pool Photo via AP)

Covax: Biden’s redistribution of vaccine-wealth scheme

- The Washington Times

President Joe Biden just announced a plan to buy 500 million doses of the Pfizer coronavirus shot to distribute around the world “with no strings attached,” he said. Isn’t that special. But when Joe Biden gives, it’s not from his own pockets. It’s from yours. Mine. All of ours in fact.

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Soldier Salutes American Flag Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Memorial Day: A tale of two generations

A few days ago, I received an invitation to a birthday party for a U.S. Navy veteran turning 100 on June 17. His name is Roy L. McClellan.

President Joe Biden talks with reporters before boarding Marine One for a trip to Delaware, Tuesday, May 25, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

States' rights to the rescue

- The Washington Times

In Founding Fathers' days, it was the Federalists versus the Anti-Federalists. In Joe Biden's presidential days, it's the radical environmentalists versus the state treasurers. And watch and wait: If states stand strong, they'll get the win on this one.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: 'Natural' origin the conspiracy

The COVID-19 lab-origin hypothesis has been discussed by molecular biologists and other scientists for more than a year ("COVID-19 origin dissent 'suppressed' by intelligence community, House GOP report finds," Web, May 24). The binding properties and structure of the spike protein has been regarded as unlikely to have come from natural evolution. It has a strategically placed cleavage cite which enhances its infectivity. In fact, the the conspiracy theory has always been the natural-evolution ploy, not the lab-synthesis theory. To date no original virus host or intermediate host has been found to support natural evolution.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Hold destructive Democrats accountable

Being a 100%-disabled Marine Vietnam War veteran and an independent voter, I despise communism with every fiber of my body -- which brings me to the contemptuous parasites in the Democratic Party who have abused their offices by not representing all of the people.

In this May 2, 2021, photo, a U.S. flag is lowered as American and Afghan soldiers attend a handover ceremony from the U.S. Army to the Afghan National Army at Camp Anthonic in the Helmand province of southern Afghanistan. The Taliban on Wednesday, May 26, 2021, warned the departing U.S. military against setting up bases in the region, and Pakistan vowed no American bases will be allowed on its territory. (Afghan Ministry of Defense Press Office via AP) ** FILE **

America needs better military leaders

Strong civil-military relations are crucial to national security. If the bond between America's armed forces and its civilian leadership corrodes, it will damage our military effectiveness and readiness.

Devil Joe Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Biden and Democrats struggle with desperation and division

We all just witnessed what President Joe Biden did to America in his first 100 days in office -- inflation, crisis at the border, abandonment of Keystone pipeline jobs, threats of Supreme Court packing, and a more divided America.

On Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas Watch Illustration by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Here's why Joe Biden must terminate DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas recently testified before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee to discuss the nation's unprecedented border and humanitarian crises along our southwest border.

In this May 8, 2021, file photo, a health worker displays empty vials of COVID-19 vaccines in Gauhati, India.  (AP Photo/Anupam Nath, File)  **FILE**

Legal battles are brewing over forced COVID-19 vaccines

- The Washington Times

Rutgers University may think it's taking the high ground by mandating returning students either get the coronavirus vaccine or get out. But class action to the rescue. Angry Americans fighting to keep in place their basic rights of informed consent have a tough law firm in their corner. Good.