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Letter to the editor: Not artificial for long

We have labeled machine-generated answers or solutions artificial ("AI-generated Jesus, Satan offer customers opportunity to ask questions, interact on Bible topics," web, Nov. 22).

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Letter to the editor: Tuberville the Grinch

Just like the Grinch, Sen. Tommy Tuberville's hold on the promotion confirmations of approximately 400 senior officers is hurting military families now living in a type of suspended "Whoville" animation ("Senate Republicans grudgingly warm to Democrats' plan to end Tuberville's military holds," web, Nov. 29).

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Trump winning from the courtroomLetter to the editor:

Despite constant demonization by the mainstream media and a full court press to tie him up in questionable legal scandals, former President Trump has been leading Biden outside the margin of error in five swing states.

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Letter to the editor: Congress should do that

"Supreme Court takes up challenges to federal agencies' supercharged power" (Web, Nov. 17) states that the main crux of two upcoming cases is a "decades-old precedent that gives the federal government significant leeway in implementing rules and regulations."

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Letter to the editor: U.S. to suffer under lousy China deal

President Biden's assertion last week that the U.S. isn't "going anywhere" at least defines his inconsequential Asia-Pacific summit as less disastrous than his preceding China climate deal ("Biden to Pacific Rim leaders, businesses: U.S. 'not going anywhere,'" Web, Nov. 16).

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Letter to the editor: Religion responsible for virtue

I extend my thanks and appreciation to Everett Piper for his outstanding and edifying recent commentary in the Washington Times ("A Facebook saga about Christian nationalism and the 'appeal to authority,'" Web, Nov. 19).