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Biden the Manchurian candidate

Consider that the Biden administration, in the midst of skyrocketing domestic energy prices, sold 950,000 barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to Sinopec, a Chinese energy company reported to be currently or formerly associated with BHR Partners and Hunter Biden.

Voters know small, not big, businesses

"U.S. Chamber of Commerce flirts with political 'impotency' after endorsement gamble" (Web, Oct. 26) fails to distinguish between macroeconomics and microeconomics.

Schools need academic rigor

It's pretty obvious who is to blame for students' poor test scores, and it's a long list ("Test scores show historic COVID setbacks for kids across U.S.," Web, Oct. 24).

Your body or the government's?

I am puzzled by the fact that the political left believes a woman has the absolute right, as part of owning her own body, to have an abortion.

Repeal 17th Amendment

In his recent op-ed, Scott Walker mentions four tight Senate races ("Democrats' upcoming shellacking," Web, Oct. 20).

Aiding Biden family corruption

The mainstream media has buried the story of the U.S. Navy veteran and former business partner of Hunter Biden, Tony Bobulinski, who exposed the drug-addicted younger Biden's illicit deals involving China, the president's brother and the president himself ("Hunter Biden's former business partner says top ex-FBI official needs to answer questions," Web, Oct. 5).

U.S. addressing China threat

Throughout the course of human history, there has never been a more powerful producer of psychological projection than the Chinese Communist Party ("Chinese nationals charged with crimes of subverting U.S. justice including meddling in Huawei case," Web, Oct. 24).

Boeing ruling should apply to vaccine

In ruling that the relatives of those who died in Boeing 737 Max planes are "crime victims," a federal judge has opened a Pandora's box to relatives of those who died from the effects of the COVID-19 vaccinations.

Not a true Catholic

I read the excellent recent op-ed by Michael McKenna and thought an additional point should be made ("An open letter to President Biden," Web, Oct. 21).

Curb PBMs' power

Despite the purported value of pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), drug prices remain unaffordable for many Americans ("Prescription drug pricing reform must rein in pharmacy benefit managers," Web, Oct. 18).

Better candidates needed

For me, 2022 will be remembered as the election year in which the most unqualified African American candidates emerged.

Blame won't lower drug costs

I thought it was important to respond with a few facts not included in Rep. Buddy Carter and Terry Wilcox's recent op-ed, "Prescription drug pricing reform must rein in pharmacy benefit managers" (Web, Oct. 19).

Rude awakening imminent

Someone please tell President Biden that he cannot bribe every American to vote for Democrats in the midterms.

Biden to blame for prices, border

My fear is that those who read left-leaning news publications and otherwise listen to the mainstream media will not notice President Biden's deceit regarding high gas prices ("Biden to tap 15M barrels from oil reserve to ease high price; GOP calls it midterm politicking," Web, Oct. 19)

Make the midterms count

Regarding John Durham's so-called failed prosecution, I say hogwash ("Durham probe falls flat in courtroom but still exposes depth of FBI's anti-Trump mania," Web, Oct. 19).

No taxpayer cash for loans

The national loan forgiveness plan for students is appalling ("DOJ opinion supporting loan forgiveness ignores the 'major questions doctrine,'" Web, Oct. 11).

Stop being fooled

The 2022 midterm elections are very important to the vast majority of our citizens.