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President Donald Trump, center, poses for a photos with Vice President Mike Pence, front left, and Bristol County, Mass., Sheriff Thomas Hodgson, front right, during an event with sheriffs in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Scabies at New York Times must be reeling with glee

- The Washington Times

The anonymous hit job masked as a "service to our readers" -- otherwise known as the latest New York Times editorial -- is nothing but the work of a White House "saboteur," screamed Drudge Report's top headline in the aftermath of the widely reported op-ed that claims insiders are working within the White House to control, i.e., take down, President Donald Trump, Good word; fitting word.

This Nov. 19, 2015, file photo shows Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey being interviewed on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Dorsey says the company isn't biased against Republicans or Democrats and is working on ways to ensure that debate is healthier on its platform. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)

Facebook, Twitter go to Senate for yet another useless grilling

- The Washington Times

With all eyes turned toward Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court hearing, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey are nonetheless hitting Capitol Hill to face a grilling from senators over conservative censorship. But don't look for any resolution. These hearings make for good media. That's about all.

This June 11, 2012, file photo shows former Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward speaking during an event to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Watergate in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, file)

Trump shreds Bob Woodward as 'Dem operative'

- The Washington Times

President Donald Trump has gone into high gear over a book penned by Washington insider Bob Woodward, taking to Twitter to point out the many members of his administration who've slammed the work as a nothingburger filled with fabricated quotes.

President Trump shares a hearty handshake with Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, his Supreme Court nominee, in the White House on July 9, 2018. (Associated Press) ** FILE **

Brett Kavanaugh, the feather in the Christian MAGA voter's cap

- The Washington Times

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh's Senate hearings for the Supreme Court fitness are scheduled for this week and thanks to the end of the filibuster for Supreme Court nominees, he'll be confirmed, sooner or later. He only needs a majority. Say hello to a solidly conservative leaning high court for the foreseeable future.

In this Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016, file photo, Ashley Nicklaus, owner of the Pawn and Jewelry Exchange explains the Precious Metals Database, and how she uses that system and her personal jewelry tracking system by Bravo, to keep track of items coming into her pawn shop in Greensburg, Pa. (Dan Speicher/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review via AP) ** FILE **

A.I.'s dark and dirty hacking truths

- The Washington Times

The headline from RiskandInsurance.com says it all: "Machine Learning Could Make Hackers Practically Unstoppable: Are You Ready?" Good question. Serious question. And one which, no doubt, has registered as barely a blip on the collective minds of busy, technologically driven Americans.

Members of the U.S. Marine Corps Band from Quantico, Va., march down Constitution Avenue during the National Memorial Day Parade, in Washington, D.C., Monday, May 30, 2011. (Drew Angerer/The Washington Times) ** FILE **

Sad day as Marines rocked by cheating scandal

- The Washington Times

Six Marine Corps officers wearing second lieutenant ranks have been accused of cheating during a nighttime land navigation course at Quantico, Virginia. It's a sad day when America's most-esteemed fighting force faces dings for something so sullied. America loves its Marines -- but the stain of cheating is a tough one to scrub.

Former Secretary of State and former Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton holds up a Russian fur hat, an ushanka, with a Soviet era hammer and sickle emblem, to the Yale College class of 2018 during her Class Day address at Yale University in New Haven, Conn., Sunday, May 20, 2018. As a tradition, Yale students and faculty wear humorous and playful hats during a Senior Class Day ceremony. (Peter Hvizdak/New Haven Register via AP) ** FILE **

Man-hating professor slapped with sex discrimination complaint

- The Washington Times

A female sociology professor at Northeastern University who penned a piece for The Washington Post in June that asked, "Why Can't We Hate Men?" and then went on to list the logical ways "we," in fact, both could and should, has been slapped with a sex discrimination complaint by a bunch of men. My, how the tables do turn.

In this July 28, 2017, file photo, Sen. John McCain, R-Az., is pursued by reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)

John McCain's death opens door on Obamacare repeal

- The Washington Times

Republicans in the Senate say John McCain's death has opened a door for a new Obamacare repeal vote, and are pressing Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to appoint someone who swings that way. Better yet: Appoint someone who doesn't do like McCain and profess, right around election time, to hate Obamacare and promise its repeal and then, right around winning election time, vote to keep it intact.

In this photo provided by the Office of the Governor of New York, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, center left, sits with the congregation at the First Baptist Church of Crown Heights in the Brooklyn borough of New York, Sunday, Aug. 19, 2018. In a searing speech from the pulpit, Cuomo said Donald Trump has fooled many people in this country, but the Democrat said the Republican president hasn't fooled New Yorkers. Cuomo hammered the president for creating what he called a "frightening portrait" of today's America. (Office of the Governor of New York/Kevin Coughlin via AP)

ACLU defends NRA -- yes, you read that right

- The Washington Times

The American Civil Liberties Union filed an amicus brief in federal court in defense of the National Rifle Association's legal right to do business in New York -- and in opposition to Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo's pressure on insurance and financial organizations to cut ties with those who do business with the firearms group.

Donald Trump's just-right statement on John McCain

- The Washington Times

President Donald Trump put out a brief expression of sympathy for the family of John McCain in the aftermath of the Arizona senator's death -- and now, a couple media cycles later, it's like he unilaterally bombed North Korea, or purposely ran over a box full of kitties. But on this, Trump shouldn't be criticized. At least he's not a hypocrite.