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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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Populism Swings to the Left and the Right Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

The left is not America's new majority

The leftist tail is wagging the American dog. Whether the left are proportionally larger than previously in America's history is doubtful; that they have never had more influence is undeniable.

End of an Israeli Era with Benjamin Netanyahu Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Benjamin 'Bibi' Netanyahu, thank you for your service

Following the lead of Prime Minister Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu, many of his supporters vilify the three conservative Israeli leaders who rejected his leadership in favor of what is called the Change government.

A photo collage of Lamar High School staff hangs on the wall in the school in this file photograph taken March 31, 2015. Colorado lawmakers are considering a proposal to ban Native American mascots in public schools and colleges. the state Senate Education Committee is scheduled to discuss a measure Thursday, April 1, 2021, that would impose a $25,000 monthly fine on public schools, colleges and universities that continue to use an American Indian-themed mascot after June 1, 2022. (RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post via The AP) ** FILE **

America's public school servants are out of control

- The Washington Times

In New York, a parent jumped on the stage after a member of the Penfield Central School Board called him an "a--hole" during a heated debate over critical race theory and face masking of students. This is everything that's wrong with America's public schools, in one brief exchange.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: End media-pushed shell game

On one side of our polarized national equation is a comparatively small group of immensely rich, politically powerful men, such as Amazon's Jeff Bezos, who own and control much of our media. This is similar to the robber barons and captains of industry during the late 19th century, except that our current "captains" benefit from government-sponsored, outsourced production which decreases our nation's independence, power and wealth, and increases chronic, irreconcilable national debt.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Implement AI treaty before it's too late

Since atomic and nuclear weapons were developed in the mid-20th century, containing their spread and preventing their use has been a major necessity for national security and civil society. For better or worse, equally powerful and dangerous technologies are likely to be developed in this century, including advanced artificial intelligence.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Say no to divided society

Has anyone else noticed that in the past two years the political left has turned every grievance it has into "racial bias" or a "racist" matter? Critical race theory has resounded in private companies such as Lockheed Martin, in educational institutions throughout the country and in our government (including at the Department of Defense).

Global Tax Rate Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

What's wrong with a global minimum tax rate?

Over the weekend, G7 nations, along with U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, reached an agreement on a global minimum tax of 15 percent after years of discussions at the OECD.