Tyler Huckabee’s comparison in his May 20 Religion essay, “What Nye and science can learn from religion,” of the failed popular-culture efforts of science and religion should humble people in both c...

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In reading the May 21 front-page article “A congressman’s worry: Is ‘this Trump thing’ sustainable?,” about Rep. James Comer’s (R-Ky.) town hall visits, I was deeply saddened to read his reaction...

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Charles Krauthammer, in his May 19 op-ed, “The guardrails can’t contain Trump,” proposed that President “Trump’s divulging classified information to the Russians” is not such “an irreparable nationa...

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Regarding the May 20 front-page article “New Orleans removes Confederacy monuments”: P.G.T. Beauregard was born in and died in Louisiana and was deeply involved in political, business and civic...

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Regarding the May 20 front-page article “Penalties unlikely in Turkish melee”: Eleven individuals were injured in a violent confrontation outside the Turkish ambassador’s residence at Sheridan Cir...

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Regarding the May 20 Real Estate article “Why remodeling, not moving, may be your best bet”: One reason for staying and remodeling that this article did not mention: In areas such as Arlington, yard s...

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Regarding the May 18 news article “School choice is a priority in proposed budget”: President Trump’s latest shortsighted and slipshod budget proposal twists the knife on Americans struggling with ex...

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Regarding the May 18 news article “Chelsea Manning, who gave trove of U.S. secrets to WikiLeaks, exits prison”: Chelsea Manning released highly classified documents, which, with a maximum sentence o...

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In his May 21 Outlook essay, “H.R. McMaster and the duty of dereliction,” Carlos Lozada gave voice to a disappointment I have been feeling. I recently read Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster’s well-researched bo...

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In his May 21 op-ed, “Why bother with an open mind?,” Barton Swaim wrote about those who “lose the plot,” and he was right: He has totally lost the plot. He forgot to connect dots and unconsciously ne...

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The May 21 editorial “Why did an infant starve to death on Christmas?” said, “We appreciate the difficult — often thankless — work of under- ­resourced social workers.” Instead of just one sentence, t...

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The D.C. Council is considering the Expanding Access to Justice Act of 2017, which would provide lawyers at no cost for low-income residents in the District’s landlord-tenant court. I seriously quest...

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Regarding George F. Will’s May 18 op-ed, “Productivity’s ‘disease’ ”: William Baumol had an important insight with his theory known as “Baumol’s disease.” However, recent history has shown that its...

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The May 13 editorial “Make-believe tax reform” rightly reminded readers that the debate around carried interest is driven by political rhetoric. However, it failed to separate this erroneous rhetori...

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President Trump says the investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 U.S. election was the “single greatest witch hunt in American history” [“Trump won’t be silent on Russia probe, even at...

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Maryland Del. David Moon (D-Montgomery) has his heart in the right place, asking the state’s political power brokers to delay taking sides in the 2018 governor’s race [“Democrats are divided on su...

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Regarding the May 2 front-page article “ ‘Organic’ or not?”: At Aurora Organic Dairy, we care a great deal about organic agriculture. Aurora’s cows graze on pasture, and we meet and exceed the grazi...

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My favorite thing in The Post is the artful photography. The latest gem is Robert Miller’s puddle-jumper hoisting aloft a red and white umbrella [“Wind’s in the east; mist comin’ in,” front page, Ma...

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The headline on the May 6 news article “FCC chief typifies bureaucracy at work in Trump’s Washington” gave away the focus. While the article could have taken the tack that the Federal Communications...

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As a retired physical scientist with the U.S. Bureau of Mines and a long-ago mining industry exploration geologist, I was appalled by the false impressions presented in the May 8 letter “Assessing m...

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