Posts tagged: Washington Times

100,000 Criminals Released Under Coronavirus Jailbreak Despite Lower Fatality Rate in Prison

Written by Daniel Horowitz

Some localities are now threatening jail time for people who do not wear masks under the unproven science of stopping the spread of SARS-CoV-2. The contorted irony is that this same virus is being used as a pretext to release criminals from jails and prisons to stop an epidemic in confined areas. Well, it turns out there is a lower death rate from COVID-19 in jails than in the general population.… Continue Reading

GOP Needs to Ignore Media’s ‘Advice’ and Go Smart, Not Left

Written by Robert Knight

In November 2010, Republicans gave Democrats a “shellacking,” regaining control of the U.S. House of Representatives.  In 2014, they held the U.S. House and captured the U.S. Senate, swept a majority of governorships. Overall, the GOP gained more state legislative offices that they had held since the 1920s.

In the face of this, President Barack Obama made it clear that he was not about to move to the right in any fashion.… Continue Reading

American Education and Intellectually Bankrupt Schools

Written by Dr. Everett Piper

In a recent Washington Times column, titled “Is San Francisco the future of America?,” Lee Edwards, distinguished fellow at the B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics at The Heritage Foundation, asked, “What has happened? Why is America slouching like some rough beast — not toward Bethlehem, but Gomorrah?”

This is a question we hear almost every day.… Continue Reading