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Why Trump should be reelected

The president’s primary responsibilities are to protect national security and enable inclusive prosperity. Mr. Trump’s record and Biden’s facile vision make the incumbent the better choice.

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Why not net launchers?

Why has it not been suggested that police use net launchers and/or tranquilizers/sedatives to dispel rioters ("Rochester police leaders retire after suffocation death," Web, Sept. 8)? With multiple police officers on the scene and time to respond before Jacob Blake reached his vehicle, a net launcher would have worked. With Daniel Prude, a sedative likely would have worked.

Atlantic piece a desperate grab

Democrats and Never Trumpers cannot get any lower than to accuse President Trump of insulting our fallen troops ("Should Americans believe Trump or The Atlantic?" Web, Sept. 9). Why would Mr. Trump want to do that? And why would former National Security Adviser John Bolton want to lie for Mr. Trump after what's transpired bewteen them? Mr. Bolton says The Atlantic story is not true.

Ian Fleming's inspiration: The truth behind the books

In 2006, the year of the Ian Fleming Centenary celebration, Corinne Turner of Ian Fleming Publications stated, "There will be a broad range of events and publications designed to celebrate the life of this literary legend and to examine his legacy. The program includes a major exhibition featuring never-before-seen material and events will reflect Fleming's passions and experiences in the worlds of art, literature, journalism, sport, motoring and travel."

A firefighter puts out a hot spot along Highway 38 northwest of Forrest Falls, Calif., as the El Dorado Fire continues to burn Thursday afternoon, Sept. 10, 2020. The fire was started by a device at a gender reveal party Saturday, Sept. 5. (Will Lester/The Orange County Register/SCNG via AP)

CDC roasted for smoky #wildfire mask advice

- The Washington Times

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in a tweet, wrote: "Wearing cloth masks in public can help slow the spread of #COVID19, but cloth masks won't protect you from small particles in #wildfire smoke. Limit your time outside when it's smoky." And all the Twitter followers go: LOL.

District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser speaks at a news conference on the coronavirus outbreak and the District's response, Monday, Aug. 17, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) ** FILE **

Bowser: Prepare polling D.C. places for Nov. 3

- The Washington Times

Give Mayor Muriel Bowser big credit: She's underscoring the crucial importance of voting in the republic. Other city and state leaders should take a page from her Election 2020 handbook. Miss Bowser wants voters where they should be on Nov. 3. At the polls.

Left wants Trump out at any cost

By this point in time, it should be obvious that the talking points from the CIA's Project Mockingbird surface verbatim across America's radio and TV/cable outlets to create crisis after crisis allegedly caused by President Trump.

Only Trump can end violence

Violence, destruction and mayhem taking place in urban centers across the country are undermining our democracy and destroying our way of life. Portland, Seattle, Minneapolis and other U.S. cities are undergoing unceasing violence by Black Lives Matter, Antifa and similarly ideologically abhorrent groups. What will it take to stop this unmitigated hate and destruction when the mayors and governors of these states and cities refuse to face what has been done to people's property and lives? There is only one person who can put an end to this crisis of major proportions, and that is President Trump.

THIRD OF A SERIES OF FOUR PICTURES---Smoke billows from one of the towers of the World Trade Center and flames and debris explode from the second tower, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001. In one of the most horrifying attacks ever against the United States, terrorists crashed two airliners into the World Trade Center in a deadly series of blows that brought down the twin 110-story towers. (AP Photo/Chao Soi Cheong)

9/11 teaches us to take our enemies seriously

9/11 was not a fait accompli. It was entirely avoidable. Our enemies told us what they wanted to do -- and why. Few dared to listen until after Sept. 11, 2001.

In this photo taken Feb. 27, 2017, a law enforcement guide to human trafficking sits on a table at The Genesis Project, a drop-in center for victims of sex trafficking in SeaTac, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) ** FILE **

ACLU makes dangerously evil case for legal prostitution

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The American Civil Liberties Union has called for "sex work" -- prostitution -- to be decriminalized to protect prostitutes from police harassment and to open the doors for them to receive health care benefits. This is dangerous. Why not just put some children on the auction block for sex traffickers to buy?