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Illustration on pay for student athletes by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

College should pay student athletes

The growing movement in state capitals to allow or require public universities to pay student athletes has created a unique opportunity.

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FILE - In this Feb. 4, 2016, file photo, David Daleiden, one of two indicted anti-abortion activists, speaks with supporters outside the Harris County Criminal Courthouse in Houston. A federal jury on Friday, Nov. 15, 2019, has found that Daleiden, an anti-abortion activist, illegally secretly recorded workers at Planned Parenthood clinics and is liable for violating federal and state laws.  (AP Photo/Bob Levey, File)

Liberal judge unjustly rules against pro-life journalist

While the socialists in Congress are trying to impeach the will of the people through their "shampeachment" because they hate Donald Trump more than they love the Constitution, the horrible news broke that the First Amendment was bludgeoned by a court in California.

'The RBG Way' (book jacket)

BOOK REVIEW: 'The RBG Way'

"The RBG Way" aims to take lessons from Justice Ginsburg's life and turn them into mantras for all of us to improve our chances for success and happiness.

In this Feb. 14, 1984 file photo, first lady Nancy Reagan sits with a fourth and fifth grade class at Island Park Elementary School on Mercer Island, Wash., where she participated in a drug education class. At left is Amy Clarfeld, 10, and Andrew Cary, 10, is at right. During a visit with schoolchildren in Oakland, Calif., Reagan later recalled, "A little girl raised her hand and said, 'Mrs. Reagan, what do you do if somebody offers you drugs?' And I said, 'Well, you just say no.' And there it was born." (AP Photo/Barry Sweet, File)  **FILE**

Drug testing Ohio school kids

- The Washington Times

Now the opioid crisis is upon us, with folks old and young using what they know are deadly compounds. America's opioid epidemic is so out of control, antidotes such as naloxone are part of first responder and schoolhouses across the country. So, what's a schoolhouse of 550-plus eighth- and ninth-graders to do? Just say no?

Preterm Infant Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

How extremely preterm babies can survive and thrive

Babies born extremely preterm, barely halfway through gestation, are living and thriving thanks not only to improvements in modern medical science but also to changing attitudes in the medical community.

Illustration on political redistricting by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Eric Holder and cronies undermine redistricting process

While most of the media and the general public are focused on the 2020 presidential election, former Obama Attorney General Eric Holder and his cronies have been quietly working to undermine the last redistricting process. Virginia is the latest example.

'The Second Sleep' (book jacket)

BOOK REVIEW: 'The Second Sleep'

Robert Harris' "The Second Sleep" is evidence of the anxiety of our time, and worth reading and thinking about for that reason.

This March 30, 2014, photo shows Mount Cook, New Zealand's highest mountain, at sunset in Twizel, New Zealand. New Zealand lawmakers have joined together across the aisle to pass a bill aimed at combating climate change. The Zero Carbon bill aims to make New Zealand reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to the point the country becomes mostly carbon neutral by 2050. (AP Photo/Carey J. Williams, File)

'Climate migrants,' the left's tool to pry borders wide

- The Washington Times

"Climate migrants" are defined as those individuals in the world who've suffered some sort of weather-related disaster and are, therefore, in the eyes of the left, in the minds of radicals like Sen. Bernie Sanders, are worthy of automatic entry into the United States. Well, there's a large pool of people for ya.