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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, center, and other elected, state, and local officials pose with a group of education-related bills after DeSantis signed them into law at a news conference in Miami, Tuesday, May 9, 2023. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

Ron DeSantis: The nation's top education change agent

In his recently released No. 1 bestselling book, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis writes: "During times of turmoil, people want leaders who are willing to speak the truth, stand for what is right, and demonstrate the courage necessary to lead."

More votes for Democrats

Lifting Title 42 restrictions was a terrible move ("Biden's illegal immigrant flood," web, May 1).

Slippery cover-up slope

I believe that in the next few months, information will be revealed showing that President Biden and his cronies are the most corrupt group of politicians in American history

The many dangers of open borders

Every sovereign nation has the right to create a safe and secure border, and to control access into it through that border ("'All we want is to be safe': Migrants push north after end of Title 42," web, May 13).

Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner (42) shoots over Los Angeles Sparks forward Chiney Ogwumike (13) during the first half of a WNBA preseason basketball game, Friday, May 12, 2023, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Matt York)

Brittney Griner, post-Russia jailing, now loves America

- The Washington Times

Perhaps America should send all its young knee-bending, pig-sock-wearing, Hands Up, Don't Shoot displaying, Black Lives Matter slogan-slinging professional athletes to Russia for some good old-fashioned jail time. They leave hating America. They return respecting America. That's woke for ya.

Illustration on mothers, the future and Mother's Day by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Mothers are the gateway to tomorrow

Mother's Day should be about more than cards and candy, flowers and fine sentiments. As we move into the desolate wasteland of demographic winter, mothers assume a role of paramount importance.

Extinct Vehicles with Internal Combustion Engine Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Biden is coming for your cars, all of your cars

As part of the propaganda surrounding the White House's effort to ban gasoline-powered cars, President Biden implies that there will be a seamless exchange where current cars and trucks are traded for shinier, more hip, better electric cars and trucks.

A person eats in London on Oct. 17, 2007. The World Health Organization says the number of heavy people in Europe has hit “epidemic proportions,” with nearly 60% of adults and one third of children weighing in as either overweight or obese. In a report issued on Tuesday, the U.N. health agency’s European office said the prevalence of obesity among adults is higher across the continent than any other world region, except for the Americas. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, File)

Fat people can fly! -- and other delusions of Democrats

- The Washington Times

New York City Council members just passed a bill banning employers, public transportation officials and housing authorities from factoring in heights and weights of individuals as part of the decision making process for their various areas of jurisdiction. This is paving the path for more leftist delusions.

Biden's border catastrophe

Title 42 has terminated and immigration "surge" numbers are exponentially exploding ("DHS makes last-minute plea to migrants as Title 42 ends," web, May 12).