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Bugged by 'Operation Fly Formula'; Biden operation becomes punchline

- The Washington Times

Some are pondering the White House decision to name the vital and important mission to restock the nation's supply of infant formula "Operation Fly Formula." The name quickly earned its own hashtag as many wags circulated images of Jeff Goldblum, who played the titular lead role in the Hollywood 1986 sci-fi film "The Fly."

OSS Society revisits, honors Operation Overlord

- The Washington Times

The Office of Strategic Services (OSS) Society -- a nonprofit organization that preserves the legacy of the World War II predecessor to the CIA, the U.S. Special Operations Command, and the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) -- presented a replica of the OSS Congressional Gold Medal to NATO Special Operations Headquarters (NSHQ) in Mons, Belgium, on May 6.

MoveOn unveils plans to take on MAGA in November

- The Washington Times

The voting public might want to buckle up. Here's a few words from MoveOn, the progressive and aggressive activist group that is gearing up for the midterm elections, armed with an unprecedented boost of $30 million in its campaign war-chest.

Jen at MSNBC, and Joe in his media shell

- The Washington Times

The Republican Party has taken a close look at current White House dynamics and come up with an interesting scenario for what's next on President Biden's schedule. We all know that former White House press secretary Jen Psaki has left her post to become a correspondent at MSNBC. Mr. Biden, in the meantime, has not offered a formal press interview in 96 days, as of Monday.

Biden still obsessed with Trump

- The Washington Times

President Biden seems to be stuck on the acronym "MAGA," which is, of course, the short form of "Make America Great Again," former President Donald Trump's favorite campaign rallying cry.

True perils of a porous border

- The Washington Times

House Republican Whip Steve Scalise is not mincing words when it comes to the perils of the porous U.S. border with Mexico. The White House has essentially opened that border, he says.

Small business feels the Biden bite

- The Washington Times

They make up the nation's financial backbone and their ranks include Main Street heroes who keep on keeping on under challenging conditions. That would be American small business owners.

Hey GOP: Cheap gas wins votes

- The Washington Times

So the average price of gas is $5.92 per gallon in Sonoma, California, as of Monday according to GasBuddy.com, a nimble and helpful industry source. The Golden State, in fact, is home to the most expensive fuel in the nation, with gas going for an average of $5.80 a gallon. Georgia boasts the lowest price at $3.85. The trends are not promising.

Donald Trump a 'likely' 2024 hopeful

- The Washington Times

The 2024 presidential election is exactly 911 days away, as of Monday. So we have a little time before the genuine political predictions begin about the big bout -- oh, wait. Those predictions are already arriving. Pundits, researchers and prognosticators are mulling over their lists of who might throw their proverbial hats into the ring. So let's join in.

Pro-lifers, pro-choicers power up

- The Washington Times

It has been a dramatic week following the surprise revelations that the Supreme Court could very well decide to overturn Roe v. Wade. And there's more to come.

The Trump bump still a factor

- The Washington Times

Former President Donald Trump's old election magic lives on. According to multiple news reports, all 22 candidates endorsed by Mr. Trump won their primary elections in Ohio and Indiana on Tuesday.

The nation's archivist has a say after 12 years on the job

- The Washington Times

Here is some perspective from someone who is very familiar with America's most significant federal records and founding documents at the National Archives. That would be David Ferriero, who is retiring as Archivist of the United States after more than 12 years on the job.

How to take down 'Biden's dystopic disinformation board'

- The Washington Times

So President Biden's White House is establishing a Disinformation Governance Board, which has prompted some concern among those who believe such an entity will compromise American freedom. Now what? Rachel Bovard, senior technology columnist for The Federalist, has advice in a column titled "How Republican Senators Can Defund Biden's Dystopic Disinformation Board."

Old Democratic Party has vanished as 'leftists' take charge

- The Washington Times

There's nothing homespun, reassuring or traditional about the Democratic Party any more, some say. Democrats and their policies are indeed in control right now -- in the White House of course, along with the U.S. House and Senate and in many large, influential cities. "The big problem is that this is not your parent's Democratic Party. The far left progressives have taken control and are pushing policies that are out of the mainstream," said Saul Anuzis, former chairman of the Michigan Republican Party.

'Uncle Sugar' at work in calls for student-debt cancellation

- The Washington Times

In the age of student-loan forgiveness, National Review columnist Jim Geraghty suggests that the nation's iconic hero "Uncle Sam," should now be called "Uncle Sugar." Indeed, there is some federal generosity underway President Biden has revealed his new plan to wipe out the $1.6 trillion in outstanding student loans held by some 43 million borrowers. That's a lot of sugar.

Florida becoming haven for conservative news

- The Washington Times

Well, here's some promising information regarding the state of conservative news organizations -- so often vilified by critics who perhaps actually fear the consistent power of many right-leaning media organizations. The state of Florida is now becoming "conservative media HQ," advises Axios, which offers some viable examples of this trend. A former president is at the helm of this endeavor.

Ted Nugent endorses Arizona's Paul Gosar in reelection bid

- The Washington Times

Let's turn our attention to Rep. Paul Gosar, a conservative Republican representing Arizona's 4th Congressional District and currently serving in his sixth term. Due to redistricting, the lawmaker is now running in the state's 9th Congessional District. He has just won the endorsement of Ted Nugent, an iconic musician who has explained his support in no uncertain terms.

Biden departs for Delaware on his '50th vacation'

- The Washington Times

The Republican Party is dutifully tracking how many times President Biden has departed the White House for the weekend, bound for his home state of Delaware where he owns two very nice houses. The president has spent his "50th vacation" this weekend in Delaware, Republican National Committee spokesperson Nathan Brand said in a statement.