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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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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: The ivermectin hush-up

In one month, from April to May 2021, new COVID-19 cases in New Delhi, India, fell from 24,000 to 1,500. What caused this dramatic turnaround? Ivermectin, which is anathema to Big Vax Inc. (i.e., U.S. health officials, Big Pharma and the mighty mainstream media). Ivermectin is being used extensively and successfully in other countries, including Mexico, Nigeria, Peru, Bangladesh, Bahrain and Slovakia. Contrary to Big Vax, it has been proven safe and puts the skids on COVID-19 quickly, in some cases in just a few hours. Doctors who treat their patients with ivermectin call it the "wonder drug." Big Vax calls it verboten.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Biden's Tulsa speech hateful, divisive

On Tuesday I watched and listened to President Biden's speech in Tulsa, Oklahoma ("Biden visits Tulsa to honor Black victims of 1921 massacre," Web, June 1). It began well enough with the president highlighting the slaughter of Blacks by White residents of the city in 1921. But with a growing sense of bitterness, I listened as the speech changed into the most hateful, divisive, anti-White speech I have ever heard from a president, including Barack Obama. At the end it sounded much like a racial call to arms.

Rep. Karen Bass, California Democrat and chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on Africa, global health and global human rights, stressed that, moving forward, U.S. policy toward Africa should be more about trade and investment, less about aid. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

'Trade, not aid': America's relationships with Africa matter

Rep. Karen Bass, California Democrat and chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on Africa, global health and global human rights, stressed that, moving forward, U.S. policy toward Africa should be more about trade and investment, less about aid.

The Christian Light Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

How GiveSendGo is applying Christian principles to our business model and giving hope to the lonely

The events of the past year affected not only the human body, but the soul and spirit as well. First, there came news of a virus half a world away. Before we knew it, the virus was here and suddenly we could no longer go out in public or see loved ones. Then we heard story after story of people living in isolation, falling into hopelessness and depression, and increased rates of suicide from those who believed they had no hope left.

Illustration on critical race theory taught in government by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Critical race theory: A dangerous illiberal ideology

America is embroiled in a crisis that will determine the future of liberalism. Liberalism, the tenets of which were embraced by our Founding Fathers and championed by generations of Americans since the creation of our country. But this is not the same liberalism that permeates the modern Democratic Party.

Preserving freedom for future generations illustration by The Washington Times

Taking liberty for granted

No one knows if Thomas Jefferson personally uttered those words. They have been widely attributed to him, but they don't appear in any of his writings. If he did not literally utter them, he uttered the sentiments they offer. They remind us not to take liberty for granted.

Keystone XL Pipeline and Biden illustration by Linas Garsys / The Washington Times

Putting energy security at risk

On his first day in office, President Biden signed an executive order revoking the Keystone XL pipeline permit, a safe and efficient method of transferring crude oil critical to the future of North American energy independence, putting over 11,000 Americans out of work and raising energy costs for American families during our recovery from the global coronavirus pandemic.

Blood Runs Coal: The Yablonski Murders and the Battle for the United Mine Workers of America (book cover)

BOOK REVIEW: 'Blood Runs Coal'

Mark A. Bradley's book, "Blood Runs Coal: The Yablonski Murders and the Battle for the United Mine Workers of America," a finalist for the 2021 Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Fact Crime, covers the 1969 New Year's Eve murder of United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) rebel Joseph "Jock" Yablonski, his wife and his daughter.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, listens during a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee looking into the budget estimates for National Institute of Health (NIH) and the state of medical research, Wednesday, May 26, 2021, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (Sarah Silbiger/Pool via AP)

Fauci should drop the mask on Wuhan

While our masks come off, Dr. Anthony Fauci still wears his mask of secrecy - one that cloaks the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases' response to COVID-19. The time for an honest discussion regarding Dr. Fauci's leadership and actions during the pandemic is long overdue.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Anti-Asian crimes not by Trump voters

I found "Anti-Asian hate incidents rising despite former President Trump's absence, waning COVID-19 fears" (Web, May 28) interesting, as it notes that even with Trump banished from the mainstream-news media and message-streaming services, crimes against Asians continue -- under the Biden administration. The poitical left blames this violence on Mr. Trump's claims that COVID-19 came from a Chinese military lab in Wuhan, not a wet market.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Freedom isn't free

During the Korean War, I served more than three years in the armed forces to protect freedom for others as well as for all Americans, present and future. It is of great concern to me that so many American citizens, businesses and churches have readily given up many of their freedoms out of fear. They have succumbed to a few "globalists" who used a serious but overhyped virus to scare most Americans into submission.