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Former Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga leaves the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021. Suga who stepped down at the end of September, prayed at the shrine during the shrine's autumn festival. The shrine is viewed by China and the Koreas as a symbol of Japanese wartime aggression. (Kyodo News via AP)

U.S. benefits from stronger bond between Seoul and Tokyo

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Our enemies see a diminished America as a win for them. Our friends see it as a loss. When we work together with friends and allies, we — and all the free world — win.

Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin speaks during a rally in Glen Allen, Va., Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021. Youngkin will face Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the November election. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Glenn Youngkin: A public safety governor

The nation’s eyes are focused on Virginia as Democrat career politician Terry McAuliffe contends with successful Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin for Governor on November 2nd.

In this image released by Brunei ASEAN Summit, United States President Joe Biden speaks in the virtual meeting of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit with the leaders members states on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021. Southeast Asian leaders began their annual summit without Myanmar on Tuesday amid a diplomatic standoff over the exclusion of the leader of the military-ruled nation from the group's meetings. An empty box of Myanmar is seen at bottom second from right. (Brunei ASEAN Summit via AP)

Biden’s empty suit foreign policy

President Biden’s foreign policy promises a return to multilateralism, but it looks more like Neville Chamberlain’s appeasement with Russia and China than Winston Churchill’s grand alliance.

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Southwest passengers wait to check in at Miami International Airport, Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, in Miami. Southwest Airlines appears to be fixing problems that caused the cancellation of nearly 2,400 flights over the previous three days. By midday Tuesday, Southwest had canceled fewer than 100 flights, although more than 400 others were running late. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier)

Vaccine mandates, vaccine schmandates

- The Washington Times

The White House told the governors of Florida and Texas to stop undercutting the feds by allowing citizens to exercise free choice. Or else. It's almost as they think their trumped-up vaccine mandates are truly mandates or something. That's so cute. Bless their hearts.

Beware the cancel-culture piranhas

Once again cancel culture raises its ugly head ("Buccaneers remove Jon Gruden from franchise's Ring of Honor," Web, Oct. 12). For those of us who spent time in a football-team locker room, making negative references to other players is common -- and no malice is intended. Remember what Serena Williams said about Maria Sharapova after losing a match to her?

Impeach Biden, Mayorkas

The presidential oath of office that is prescribed by the U.S. Constitution (Article II, section 1) makes it clear that the president's supreme responsibility is to "preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States." It is also implied that the president has the responsibility to protect the safety and security of the American people. In fact, in the National Strategy for Counterterrorism it states that the president "bears no greater responsibility than ensuring the safety and security of the American people."

Biden's corrupt, disastrous legacy

We are living a nightmare. Our president is a 78-year-old man who was a unimpressive senator for decades, then an even more unimpressive vice president for two terms. Although he is apparently afflicted with dementia, he decided to run for president. His runningmate: a woman who was the mistress of a married big-city mayor. His son: a crack addict who was dishonorably discharged from the U.S. Navy for substance abuse.

Migrants, most from Haiti, cross the Rio Grande towards Del Rio, Texas, from Ciudad Acuña, Mexico, Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021. (AP Photo/Felix Marquez)

Illegal immigration is destroying our country

Britain's Home Office says more than 12,500 migrants have broken the law to get into the U.K. so far this year. Compare this to the nearly 200,000 migrants who have crossed the southern border just in July of this year.

Christiana Eluozu stands outside her house with a damaged roof that she claims was damaged as a result of gas flare belonging to the Agip Oil company in Idu, Niger Delta area of Nigeria, Friday, Oct. 8, 2021. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

The IPOB is not a terrorist organization

Professor Ivan Sheehan's opinion piece published in the October 4, 2021 edition of the Washington Times and entitled "U.S. Ignores Small African Terrorist Group, IPOB at its peril" was a travesty.

Illustration on the overgrowth of American government by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Do you want unlimited government?

President Reagan famously said the nine scariest words in the English language were "I'm from the government, and I'm here to help."

The Earth Loves CO2 (Carbon dioxide) Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

How I learned to stop worrying and love CO2

President Joe Biden made climate change the centerpiece of his first address to the United Nations, and according to him, poverty, civil rights, immigration, COVID-19, and war, are all caused by climate change.