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Protestors in support of transgender rights rally outside the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Ala., March 30, 2021. Three days after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states can prohibit abortion, Alabama seized on the decision to argue that the state should also be able to ban gender-affirming medical treatments for transgender youth. (Jake Crandall/The Montgomery Advertiser via AP, File)

Ask Dr. E: How one reader struggles to reconcile love vs. legislation in LGBTQIA+ debate

- The Washington Times

Higher Ground is there for you if you're seeking guidance in today's changing world. Everett Piper, a Ph.D. and a former university president and radio host, is writing an advice column for The Times, and he wants to hear from you. If you have any moral or ethical questions for which you'd like an answer, please email, and he may include it in the column.

FILE - In this Sept. 27, 2014, file photo, Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown meets with other participants of the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award at the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Ky. NFL legend, actor and social activist Jim Brown passed away peacefully in his Los Angeles home on Thursday night, May 18, 2023, with his wife, Monique, by his side, according to a spokeswoman for Brown's family. He was 87. (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley, File)

Jim Brown, on and off the field, personified pure power

- The Washington Times

The power Brown exhibited carrying the ball -- the raw, imposing physical presence -- carried over to the rest of his life. But after dominating on the field, he turned to flexing his muscles in other fields, including film, business and politics.

Trump versus DeSantis More Fun than a Barrel of Ross Perots Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Handicapping Trump versus DeSantis faceoff

The Great Never Trump Hope is finally throwing his boxing gloves into the 2024 presidential ring. Here's how Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will try to knock out the greatest counterpuncher in American politics.

Biden, Yellen should stop scaring public

President Biden, Treasury Secretary Yellen and the Democrats confuse and frighten the public by saying that not paying authorized government expenses in full would be a "default" if the debt ceiling isn't raised to cover these expenses.

Gorsuch is right

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch recently decried the way the U.S. responded to COVID-19, "warning that Americans were all too eager to give up their freedoms on the say-so of a few chief executives" (web, May 18).

A Bible sits open as Pastor Rick Mannon stands at the pulpit at Calvary Assembly of God in Wilson, Wis., Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022. (AP Photo/David Goldman) ** FILE **

God looms large as 2024 election factor

- The Washington Times

Voters who wear their faith on their sleeves are looking for the next president to set religious freedom as a priority -- and they don't mind the next commander-in-chief being open about belief in God, either. Move over, Bill Clinton; today's phrase is now 'it's the religious freedom, stupid.'