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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks during a news conference at New York's Yankee Stadium, Monday, July 26, 2021. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

‘Cuomosexual’ State of Mind

- The Washington Times

Somebody needs to check the water lines going into the New York governor’s mansion in Albany. Those pipes are apparently leaching Viagra, testosterone, and horny goat weed into the drinking supply.

Illustration on China and Biden's planned green policies by Alexander Hunter/The Washington times

Slave New World: Going green relies heavily on forced labor in China

The Biden Administration goal of net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050 faces some troubling supply-chain issues, like child labor in the cobalt mines of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and, not to put too fine a point on it, slave labor in China.

Election fraud illustration by Linas Garsys / The Washington Times

Who’s afraid of an election audit?

Earlier last month, State Senator Doug Mastriano (R-District 33) announced he is initiating an audit of the 2020 general election results in Pennsylvania.

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Were votes legal to begin with?

"Maricopa County launches 'JustTheFacts' website to combat Trump's stolen election claims" (Web, July 23) states that Maricopa County officials "point out that a hand account of a statistical sample of ballots matched the final vote tally and that an independent audit of the county's voting machines and software found nothing wrong." This does not address the matter of whether all voters who voted did so legally. What about the sworn affidavits in several battleground states about mail-in ballots that did not have any creases from being folded? Was this also an issue in Arizona? Would the sample used be enough to uncover whether the same ballots were run through a machine multiple times?

Hoping Pelosi's arson is at end

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is a proud political arsonist -- as long as the fire serves as a partisan political device ("Pelosi pledges to hold up infrastructure bill, as Portman says Senate is nearing a deal," Web, July 25). She assembles Republican kindling by disdaining bipartisan appeals on a standalone infrastructure bill; spreads accelerant by claiming that physical infrastructure must be supplemented by trillions in human infrastructure; lights the fuse with loud protestations against reasonable legislation and then dances amidst charred Republican remains.

Allowing sunburn is child abuse

While relaxing with our family on a Florida Panhandle beach recently, my wife and I observed a large family set up about two car lengths away from our canopy. Shortly thereafter, I walked over and asked the young man holding the baby if he would like to lay his baby under our shade. In heavily accented English he said kindly, "Thanks, but no." We continued to watch the seemingly sunblock-less young baby redden.

German gymnasts stand with their unitard costumes and wait to perform during the women's artistic gymnastic qualifications at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Sunday, July 25, 2021, in Tokyo. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

Olympic uninspiration

- The Washington Times

This year's summer Olympics in Tokyo are hardly underway and already they have suffered a fairly epic collapse in ratings, falling to a 33-year low.