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U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg attends a groundbreaking ceremony for the New Portal North Bridge project held in Kearny, N.J., Monday, Aug 1, 2022. A group of environmental and racial justice organizations filed a lawsuit in federal court Thursday, Nov. 17, against the U.S. Department of Transportation and  Buttigieg. The lawsuit aims to halt a Gulf Coast road project that the group says will harm the environment near historic Black neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Stefan Jeremiah, File)

Pete Buttigieg, inept and incapable, personifies ‘Democrat’

- The Washington Times

Transportation’s Pete Buttigieg is fielding some much-needed fire for his epic fail to address the airline crisis keeping good citizens in states of various abandonment at airports around the nation. But the most interesting critics are those expressing surprise over his fail-to-act.

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A father with his two kids stay behine wreaths, placed at the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe on the International Holocaust Remembrance Day in Berlin, Germany, Friday, Jan. 27, 2023. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)

Lost lessons of the Holocaust

Friday, the 27th of January, is Holocaust Remembrance Day. The theme this year is "Memory, Dignity and Justice." It's fitting in so many ways, especially when the first victims of the Holocaust are considered.

Crickets are seen in a tray of moistened peat as Shelby Smith owner of Gym-N-Eat Crickets works in her facility in Ames, Iowa, Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2022. Smith ordered her first 10,000 crickets Jan. 10, 2018, after her father, a farmer, encouraged her to explore a niche market rather than traditional farming markets like corn and soybeans. Smith produces the crickets that go into her protein bars, cricket powder and flavored, roasted cricket snacks. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette via AP) ** FILE **

Don't drink the water? Don't eat EU food

- The Washington Times

The European Union couldn't get people to go along with its push for people to stop eating meat and instead eat bugs -- so EU elites have sneaked in a rule to let manufacturers use ground-up crickets in place of flour in their starch-based foods. Good time to stock up on MREs.

Illustration on America on death and depopulation by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

United States losing its will to live

The Aspen Institute Economic Strategy Group recently released a book about the economic challenges facing the United States. One challenge on which they focused was the specter of U.S. population decline.

Illustration on COVID-19 restrictions, courts and patents by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Next COVID-19 battle will be waged in court

The race to develop an effective COVID-19 vaccine in less than one year was a testament to the ingenuity, innovation and technological prowess at the heart of the American economy.

President Joe Biden speaks during a meeting with Democratic lawmakers in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2023, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Biden's California waiver: An assault on federalism

You may have heard that California Gov. Gavin Newsom's climate regulators have ordered automakers to give up on the gas-powered cars, pickups and SUVs consumers love and begin a forced march toward selling 100% electric vehicles in that state by 2035.

Al Gore, former vice-President of the United States and Chairman and Co-Founder of Generation Investment Management, reacts during the 53rd annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, WEF, in Davos, Switzerland, Tuesday, January 17, 2023. The meeting brings together entrepreneurs, scientists, corporate and political leaders in Davos under the topic "Cooperation in a Fragmented World" from 16 to 20 January. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)

Gore, Kerry embarrass U.S. at World Economic Forum

At the annual World Economic Forum last week, Al Gore melted down faster than any glacier he and his fellow eco-alarmists have ever pointed to as supposed evidence of global warming.