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Rachel Maddow of MSNBC is just one of the news wags who keep shouting "bombshell!" regarding supposedly nefarious behavior in Ukraine. (Associated Press)

Another dud in the string of bombshells

- The Washington Times

You have to pity the bombshell-shocked American citizen trying to take seriously all the “shocking,” “stunning” and “bombshell” news coming out of Washington these days.

Lev Parnas, a Rudy Giuliani associate with ties to Ukraine, arrives for a bail hearing in federal court, Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2019 in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) ** FILE **

Lev Parnas, another Democratic impeachment dud

- The Washington Times

Much ado has been made by MSNBC and The New York Times and the left and the Democrats about the latest, newest, glitziest, golden boy hoped-for impeachment witness, former Rudy Giuliani business associate Lev Parnas. But this guy is a dud like all the rest.

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In this photo released by the official website of the office of the Iranian Presidency, President Hassan Rouhani speaks in a public gathering at the city of Yazd, some 410 miles (680 kilometers) southeast of the capital Tehran, Iran, Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019. (Office of the Iranian Presidency via AP)

Add Iran's leadership to ash heap of history

Addressing the British Parliament in 1982, President Ronald Reagan outlined a plan for placing the Soviet Union and Marxism-Leninism on the "ash heap of history." It is an objective President Trump might pursue against the mullahs in Iran, who are subsidizing terrorism in the Middle East and threatening to export it elsewhere.

Then and Now Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Trump and the United States have put Iran on notice

America had shown weakness to Iran during the Obama years. Allowing it to pursue its plans for nuclear weapons. Giving it money, cash on pallets in the night, like an illicit drug deal. Everything changed last week.

Illustration on upping the response ante with Iran by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

The era of 'measured response' against Iran is over

Is Mr. Trump a "loose cannon, maniac, trigger happy?" No, far from it. The president is a strategic thinker. By all appearances, the president had a deliberate strategy to encircle and reduce Iranian military threat three years ago.

Iran Mullah and puppets Illustration by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Iraq's incompetent government is not America's problem

Americans can be forgiven if they don't understand what is going on in Iraq regarding the embassy siege and the killing of Iranian Gen. Soleimani because it is becoming increasingly clear that the Iraqi government doesn't either.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. is working on several fronts to pressure Iran. (Associated Press)

Mike Pompeo, best line ever: 'Ask Mr. Soleimani'

- The Washington Times

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, in a sit-down with Chris Wallace of Fox News, laid out in precise terms exactly why America is in the right, Iran is in the wrong, and Gen. Qaddem Soleimani, head of the dastardly Quds force, had it coming when President Donald Trump's drone strike took him out and killed him. And then he gave the Best. Line. Ever.

Rose McGowan, you're dismissed

- The Washington Times

Rose McGowan, Hollywood actress, model, author and lately, political activist, has taken to Twitter Extreme to call out America as the evil empire to Iran's blooming innocence, outright apologizing to the terrorist regime for President Donald Trump's takedown of the Revolutionary Guard's Gen. Qassem Soleimani. So Rose: Move to Iran.

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson speaks during a news conference after touring the Hollins House, a high rise building housing seniors and persons with disabilities, during a trip to Baltimore, Wednesday, July 31, 2019. Carson highlighted the Hollins House, which has 130 one-bedroom units, as an opportunity zone where encourage investment and development in distressed communities. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)  **FILE**

Black Americans are coming home to the GOP

If you listen to their personal stories and read their excellent writings, you will understand why they believe that if black Americans -- or Hispanic, Asian, white or any other Americans -- are to have a better chance of achieving personal success, then Donald Trump must be reelected president.

Get rid of Pelosi now

Back in the old days, when a politician abused their office and disrespected the people of the country there was a cry from the masses that they should be run out of town on a rail.

Anti-American Democrats

I'm confused — were the anti-American congressional Democrats actually hoping that the U.S. embassy attack in Iraq had succeeded and lost American lives? If you read their tweets, it sure seems like it. These vermin who inhabit the hallowed halls of Congress make my blood boil daily. I'd love for the president to appoint some of them as ambassadors to our most dangerous embassies so they can see for themselves what it's like. What subhuman disgraces these leftists are.

Howard Zinn Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Socialism, Howard Zinn and his fake history

Why do so many young people hate America and think we'd be better off as a socialist country? We've all heard about the impact of "fake news," but there's something even more dangerous: Teaching "fake history."

Illustration on guns in church by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Should guns be allowed in places of worship?

In researching my forthcoming book "Security for Holy Places" (Morgan James Publisher), one of the most important questions I looked into was whether members of congregations should carry guns.

Flags fly outside the United Nations headquarters during the 74th session of the U.N. General Assembly, Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019. At this year's annual gathering at the United Nations, well-known flash points such as the Middle East and trade tensions got lots of airtime, but some leaders also used their time on the world stage to highlight international disputes that don't usually command the same global attention. (AP Photo/Jennifer Peltz)

UN pansies up in arms as Trump goes 'America First' on Iran

- The Washington Times

President Donald Trump, with his airstrike order against Iraq's airport that left dead Iran's Gen. Qassem Soleiman, didn't just set the regime on notice that this administration takes seriously attacks on American citizens. He also told the United Nations: your opinion isn't necessary. And the UN doesn't like that at all. Not one bit.

Elephant Parade Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

What is the future of the Republican Party?

The start of a new decade is a time to look both backward and forward, and a time, once again, to consider the question: What is the future of the Republican Party?