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Regarding Megan McArdle’s Dec. 12 op-ed, “2019 is going to be hideous”: Sure, Democrats could impeach President Trump in the House only to fall short of convicting him in the Senate. This would be...

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Reading the Dec. 13 front-page article “Publisher admits hush money was paid on candidate’s behalf” made me furious and disheartened. The decision not to prosecute American Media Inc. chief execut...

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Regarding the Dec. 13 news article “Leadership void threatens to put a chill on global climate talks”: The good news is that I’m back in touch with a new group of people from my Peace Corps countr...

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Regarding the Dec. 14 news article “Debate over Confederate monument roils UNC”: We frequently are reminded of the thousands of statues of soldiers, officers and political figures erected to honor...

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The Dec. 14 editorial “RFK Stadium is a wasted asset” was not wrong about the need to rethink the use of the National Park Service land that is home to the old RFK Stadium. However, the editorial’...

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Rep. Mia Love (R-Utah) was dead wrong in her Dec. 13 op-ed, “Republicans have failed to bring our message to minorities.” On the contrary, Republicans seeking election last month were soundly...

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Kudos to the Senate for voting to condemn the Saudi crown prince in connection the murder of Post contributing columnist Jamal Khashoggi [“Senate moves against Saudis,” front page, Dec. 14]. As so...

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David Ignatius’s Dec. 12 op-ed, “Taiwan’s delicate ‘status quo’,” urged the United States to step up its strong support for Taiwan, including signing a free-trade agreement. President Tsai Ing-wen...

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The Dec. 14 Politics & the Nation article “In custody of Border Control, 7-year-old Guatemalan dies of dehydration” reported on this sad stain on the national seal. Is there space in the Capitol R...

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In his Dec. 13 Thursday Opinion column, “The decline and fall of U.S. defense,” Max Boot wrung his hands over the declining ability of the U.S. military to prevail in potential confrontations with Rus...

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Barry Svrluga’s willingness to play along with the fantasy of Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, wherein local governments hand over land and money to his miserable team, makes no sense [“Stadium dec...

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Zoltan Kovacs, an alumnus of Central European University, failed to mention in his Dec. 13 letter, “Adding shades to a Hungary story,” that the Hungarian government did not give CEU or any other for...

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The Dec. 12 op-ed by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) and Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D), “States can lead on climate change,” pointed to Mr. Northam’s proposal to “reduce carbon pollution from po...

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Regarding Ronald A. Klain’s Dec. 12 Wednesday Opinion column, “A crowded field will help Democrats”: I wholeheartedly agree that it must be the voters — not pundits or superdelegates — who choose...

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The Dec. 12 editorial “Sharing data on solitary confinement” highlighted the Virginia Department of Corrections’ lack of transparency about its use of solitary confinement. Although the Departme...

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The Dec. 12 editorial “From foster care to independence” made important points, including highlighting the need for more philanthropy and public resources to help ensure as many youths in the fost...

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President Trump is firm on requiring money to build a border wall because, as he said, “the people of this country don’t want criminals and people that have lots of problems and drugs pouring into...

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The Arlington School Board is scheduled next week to debate the merits of alternative monikers for Washington-Lee High School, among them Washington-Loving, in reference to Mildred and Richard Lov...

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This week’s “Free for All” letters.

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Anyone looking for a clear-cut answer as to why recent Gallup polls place the approval rating of Congress 19 points below that of President Trump (21 percent and 40 percent, respectively) need look no...

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