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William Shatner and Where No Man Has Gone Before Illustration by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Why William Shatner’s space voyage matters

In a world where we’re told to fear a virus that’s almost 100% survivable for healthy people under the retirement age and warning labels terrify us at every turn, we recently watched 90-year-old William Shatner launching into space.

In this March 20, 2020, file photos, a man smokes inside a tent on skid row in Los Angeles. The 9th U.S. Court of Appeals on Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021, overturned a federal judge’s sweeping order that required the city and county of Los Angeles to quickly find shelter for all homeless people living on downtown’s Skid Row.  (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File) **FILE**

Time ticks by fast when battling homelessness

- The Washington Times

D.C. officials are facing several deadlines — all of their own making — and it doesn’t matter whether they’re wearing digital time pieces, showing off a Piaget or checking the clock on their government-issued laptop.

Illustration on European energy and winter by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Death awaits in Europe this winter

As Team Biden prepares to go to Glasgow at the end of October, it is worth noting that more than a few people in Europe will likely die this winter because of their governments’ fixation on climate change.

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Soldiers of special battalion "Azov"; talk at a checkpoint in the port city of Mariupol, southeastern Ukraine, Friday, Sept. 5, 2014. Shelling resounded on the outskirts of the city Friday as Russian-backed rebels pressed their offensive in the strategically key southeast just hours ahead of talks that are widely hoped to bring a cease-fire. Associated Press reporters heard heavy shelling on Friday morning north and east of Mariupol. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)

The roots of Europe's gas crisis

The gas crisis in Europe has added yet another dimension to a global crisis, with many well-known experts predicting that the worst is still to come.

Illustration on Biden and the EPA by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Derailing Biden's EPA climate railroad

Statistician S. Stanley Young has just sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, alleging it has illegally stacked a legally required panel of independent science advisors with agency cronies.

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer and reporter for Newsmax, left, attends a coronavirus task force briefing at the White House, Friday, March 20, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

A pandemic of woke indoctrination

- The Washington Times

These are only some of the issues Sean Spicer tackles in his upcoming book "Radical Nation - Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's Dangerous Plan for America" released by Humanix on October 26th.

Rory McIlroy, of Northern Ireland, displays the trophy after winning the CJ Cup golf tournament, Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/David Becker) **FILE**

McIlroy rediscovers the art of winning

- Associated Press

Mostly it's about moving forward in a game known to throw careers into reverse every now and again, and McIlroy has not been immune from that.

Nothing superior about far left

The term elites should be banned in reference to those on the political left ("'Show me an elitist, and I'll show you a loser,'" Web, Oct. 18). Who came up with this ridiculously inaccurate label in the first place, and why is it perpetuated? Why are looney liberals called "elites"? What is elite about the inability to think rationally? What is elite about a complete lack of common sense? How does the lack of those essential personal qualities make these people superior to any other? Finally, how can anyone be considered elite for no other reason than their extreme-left politics?

Biden's 'lead touch'

"Biden's Supreme Court commission splits over court-packing proposals" (Web, Oct. 15) is a result we should have seen coming. However, if enlarging the number of SCOTUS justices beyond the nine codified in law in 1869 represents a policy choice truly conceived by our president with his eyes open, ophthalmologists would likely recommend an immediate eye exam.

Food, shelter hardly 'elitist'

The problem with elitists is that they only pal around with other rare-air breathers ("'Show me an elitist, and I'll show you a loser,'" Web, Oct. 18). They scratch each other's backs in a mutual-admiration society where groupthink is the catechism and the naysayer is banished. Elitists comprise a not-so-secret society of the self-satisfied.