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Regardless of the agony it caused my heart, bravissimo and thanks for throwing light on the hellhole that is Laos when it comes to wildlife [“Tracking the tiger butcher,” special section, May 19...

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Regarding the May 21 editorial “The pardons that shouldn’t”: It is utterly disgusting and disgraceful for President Trump to suggest he would, as the editorial put it, “pardon several U.S. service...

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In his May 22 op-ed, “Beware a digital wall with China,” David Ignatius ignored the threat to the United States and other Western nations posed by access portals contained in Huawei and other Ch...

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The exhaustive reporting in the May 22 front-page article about Leonard Leo and the Federalist Society, “The activist behind the push to reshape U.S. courts,” showed how people driven by religious...

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Regarding the May 22 news article “Carson defends a plan by HUD to evict undocumented immigrants”: The Trump administration proposal to purge undocumented immigrants and their U.S.-born children f...

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The May 22 endorsement of Jeff C. McKay for chair of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors noted only that he has experience and connections but cited no major accomplishments. The county has...

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I am utterly mystified by the May 17 editorial “Extra credit,” which attacked a proposal to cap credit card interest rates. The editorial asserted that many people would lose access to cards, so...

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Regarding Gregory Jaczko’s May 19 Outlook essay, “Atomic power can’t save us”: For about 60 years, we Tidewater residents have been knowingly living cheek to jowl with the uninterrupted design,...

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The May 19 letters “The Red Hen laid an egg,” by James G. Russell and Geoffrey Martineau, criticized Stephanie Wilkinson’s op-ed explaining her polite request that White House press secretary Sarah...

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While I appreciated the history lesson on 19th-century prejudice against Catholics in George F. Will’s May 19 op-ed, “Children are paying for 19th-century bigotry,” it was fiscally incorrect and m...

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This week’s “Free for All” letters.

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The descendants of the buried deserve a space where their ancestors can be remembered.

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The May 17 news article “Trump assures Black: Effusive book not reason for pardon” omitted the reason Patrick Nolan, a Republican former leader of California’s State Assembly, was pardoned. It wasn’...

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Is it a coincidence that the seven states with the lowest percentage of women in the legislature, as listed in the May 20 chart that accompanied the front-page article “Where women call the shots,”...

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Michael Gerson was absolutely right in his May 21 op-ed, “The missing option in U.S. politics,” about a lack of any serious Republican challenge to President Trump. He also mentioned that in the 197...

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E.J. Dionne Jr. raised many important questions in his May 20 op-ed, “Alabama’s unexpected lessons on abortion.” Unfortunately, he omitted the most important question: Is it proper for government to...

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Regarding Dana Milbank’s May 16 Thursday Opinion column, “Blaming the Boeing victims”: Ignoring any one factor this early in the investigation is dangerous. As a professional pilot, I know that ac...

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Regarding the May 18 news article “Trump administration pulls $929 million from Calif. high-speed rail project”: I agree with the administration about holding back money, but for a different reaso...

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Petula Dvorak’s May 21 Metro column, “Citizen tattling is D.C.’s worst idea ever,” was filled with scary scenarios about citizen reporting. But citizen reporting of unsafe driving has been working j...

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Regarding the May 19 Metro article “Poll: D.C.-­area residents widely oppose tolls, congestion pricing”: Everyone knows how congested streets are in the District. Everyone who commutes either as a d...

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