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    You can’t fault the jury that found Hunter Biden guilty of falsely claiming he was not a drug user on a federal firearm purchase form. The jurors had ample basis to conclude he was in the throes of a crack cocaine addiction before, during and after he bought the gun.

      Much has been said about William Anders, the astronaut who died recently at 90, when the plane he was flying solo crashed in the waters off Orcas Island in northwestern Washington state. He was a fighter pilot turned space explorer. A member of the first manned flight to the moon. A nuclear engineer and adviser to presidents.

        It’s hard to imagine a clearer violation of journalistic ethics than pretending to hold beliefs you don’t, asking Supreme Court justices if they agree, and surreptitiously recording their answers at a no-media dinner. But the novelty of the stunt shouldn’t distract us from the real takeaway, which is precisely that the recordings yielded nothing we didn’t already know.

        Three months ago, following last summer’s congressional hearings on UFOs, the Pentagon’s All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office issued a 63-page report evaluating almost 80 years of evidence. Its conclusion can be summarized as follows: Not much to see here. Please move on.

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        There is no date for Mr. Trump’s Georgia election subversion trial and his trial for allegedly stealing, hiding, and refusing to return top secret documents is now postponed indefinitely. It is safe to say that Americans won’t know if they are voting for a potential felon before the November…

        Letter to the editor writers address the importance of comprehensive sports physicals and recognize the month of the military child.

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