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Mass Shootings Illustration by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

The will to kill

Since the inception of this great Republic, firearms have represented freedom, protection from tyranny, and the ability to defend oneself and one’s country.

Illustration on inflation by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Inflation: Reagan and Trump vs. Carter and Biden

Americans suffering from rising prices and the highest inflation in 40 years need to demand the results Presidents Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump gave them. They need to reject the policy failures of Presidents Jimmy Carter and Joe Biden.

In this Nov. 28, 2019, file photo, a solar panel installation is seen in Ruicheng County in central China's Shanxi Province. China's government on Friday, June 25, 2021 criticized U.S. curbs on imports of solar panel materials that might be made with forced labor as an attack on its development and said Beijing will protect Chinese companies, but gave no details of possible retaliation. (AP Photo/Sam McNeil, File)

Biden’s solar power scam

When it comes to energy policy, President Joe Biden has become a master of doing the wrong things for the wrong reasons. His policies on solar panel production and imports are a prime example.

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Juneteenth merchandise is sold in commemoration of the holiday at Leimert Park in Los Angeles on Saturday, June 18, 2022.  (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

Juneteenth: A perfect day to cheer Black success

On Monday, America marks our second Juneteenth national holiday. Some will focus on the severe pain and death that slavery inflicted on Blacks between 1619 and 1865. It would be far more useful, however, to celebrate so much that Black Americans have accomplished since the original Juneteenth liberated the last of some 4 million emancipated slaves.

A person is shadowed on a voting booth in a polling station Sunday, June 19, 2022 in Bischeim, outside Strasbourg, eastern France. French voters are going to the polls in the final round of key parliamentary elections that will demonstrate how much legroom President Emmanuel Macron's party will be given to implement his ambitious domestic agenda. (AP Photo/Jean-Francois Badias)

France sees a 'France First' voting moment

- The Washington Times

France's conservative faction just scored big in recent legislative elections, setting President Emmanuel Macron and his leftist agenda on notice and saying, in essence, the people don't want no stinkin' socialist economy. Take note, Democrats. This is you, come November.

Texas Congresswoman-elect Mayra Flores is celebrating her victory in a special election in the 34th Congressional District Texas on Tuesday which broke the longtime hold of the Democratic Party on that seat. A Republican, in fact, has only secured a victory in the district once in the past four decades. (Image courtesy of

GOP takes one from the Democrats with Flores win

- The Washington Times

There's broad agreement among the people who follow elections that the GOP will win back control of one or both houses of Congress in the next election. How many seats and from where are matters still subject to debate.

Americans see the facts

As polls indicate that roughly only 1 in 3 Americans approves of his performance, President Biden has responded incongruously with self-congratulatory rhetoric. The inverse relationship between the president's popularity and pronouncements is striking.

Democrat-made recession coming

The failure of President Biden to take responsibility for the economy and manage it will cause a recession in one month. The stock market is already headed for a crash. Mr. Biden's refusal to free up our available energy sources is a key factor with rapidly rising inflation. No common sense is being applied to supply and demand in the United States. This is because Mr. Biden is ruled by the political far left.

Biden, the Democrats' radical stooge

President Biden has lived his adult life as a career politician. His former boss, Barack Obama, once said, "Don't underestimate Joe's ability to f--- things up." He spent most of 2020 hiding in his basement while running as the Democratic nominee for president. His party selected him as an unwitting stooge to accomplish their radical bidding.

Illustration on Biden's Middle East trip by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Biden has no vision for his upcoming Middle East trip

Having largely ignored the Middle East since taking office, President Biden is planning a trip to the region next month to meet with leaders of countries who don't always want to follow the American line.