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Regarding the Oct. 13 news article “U.S. to exit UNESCO, alleging bias against Israel”: Stating “anti-Israel bias” is simplistic and disingenuous. On UNESCO’s board sit some of the worst misogynist di...

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In his Oct. 12 op-ed, “Do automakers dream of electric cars?,” George F. Will compared emissions from conventional, internal-combustion-engine vehicles with those from electric cars. He wrote that GM...

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If the assertions Dan Balz made in his Oct. 15 Sunday Take column, “Trump overloads circuits in governing by disruption,” are correct, why is President Trump’s governing style resonating with some Ame...

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The Oct. 13 editorial “Puerto Rico’s unacceptable state” continued to promote the myth in the minds of the public that our government has no other immediate and urgent economic and social crisis on it...

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The Oct. 14 editorial “The real extremist in Virginia politics” was right on target. I live in Virginia’s 13th District and for far too many years have been embarrassed by the fact that Del. Robert G....

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How can the D.C. area ever thank the Lerners for the joy they have brought to our region? The Nationals team has been such a vital part of our lives and our city. If it were not for the Lerners, w...

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The Oct. 13 news article “Citing ‘rampant abuse and fraud,’ Sessions urges tighter asylum rules” quoted Attorney General Jeff Sessions as saying that many asylum claims “lacked merit” and are “simpl...

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Regarding the Oct. 10 news article “FEMA chief: Politics stalled response”: Before Sept. 11, 2001, the Federal Emergency Management Agency was an independent, robust federal agency that partnered wi...

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As the Oct. 11 editorial “A pragmatic decision on guns” said, now that the District has determined not to appeal the court decision striking down the city’s “good reason” requirement for carrying a...

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Regarding the Oct. 12 front-page article “Boy Scouts, in historic move, will accept girls”: I don’t understand why the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts don’t merge into one efficient and effective scout...

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Regarding the Oct. 8 Local Opinions essay “Support for Medicaid expansion in Virginia is growing”: The disturbing gap between the policy that a decisive majority of Virginians want and the partisan...

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Regarding the Oct. 11 Sports article “Goodell says NFL players should stand for anthem”: I’m confused. If the national anthem is so important, then why are TV stations and networks selling advertising...

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Recently, a group of men gathered for the second time in two months in Charlottesville, shouting “you will not replace us” [“Spencer leads torchlight rally at U-Va.,” Metro, Oct. 8]. They were pus...

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Regarding the Oct. 10 news article “FEMA chief: Politics stalled response”: I appreciate the focus that The Post is keeping on Puerto Rico, perhaps preventing it from being forgotten by the federa...

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While the Oct. 12 editorial “Abuse of power” correctly noted the “culture of complicity” of Hollywood and the mutually beneficial entanglement of powerful movie and media moguls, it overlooked one...

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In her Oct. 11 op-ed, “Robert Mueller can’t save us,” Quinta Jurecic asked, “What forces carried [Donald Trump] into office, and how do we as a country address them?” I won’t defend President Trump,...

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Regarding the Oct. 12 editorial “Abandoning clean power”: Of the many Trump administration policy decisions about which citizens might rightly be upset, I would place the recent decision to cancel t...

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The Oct. 9 news article “Failure to vaccinate is likely culprit of U.S. measles outbreaks, study says” brought notice to the growing problem of unvaccinated people and the U.S. measles outbreaks. T...

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Regarding the Oct. 9 Metro article “Rural Va. Democrats complain party is ignoring them”: In statewide elections, Virginia’s Democrats cannot afford to ignore rural Democrats. While Democrats in r...

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Regarding the Oct. 10 news article “EPA chief tells coal miners he will repeal Obama-era power plant rule”: It is sad to witness the flensing of the Environmental Protection Agency, once a proud, in...

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