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Regarding the July 3 Metro article “ Floreen may upend Montgomery County race ”: It is ludicrous to characterize phenomenally prosperous Montgomery County as some backwater imperiled by county ex...

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I am deeply grateful for “As children begged for help, system failed them,” the July 13 front-page article about the killing of six children. The slow grind of excuses sloths its way to the irreduci...

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U.N. Secretary General António Guterres was right in his July 11 op-ed, “The chilling stories of the Rohingya,” to indict the international community for failing the Rohingya. His plea for more conc...

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The July 11 editorial supporting a tax increase on ride-hailing companies, “A common-sense move on ride hailing,” was misguided. Ride hailing has made it possible for those previously underserved by...

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Regarding the July 13 front-page article “Strzok testifies amid partisan fury”: The issue at the heart of the House of Representatives’ investigation of FBI agent Peter Strzok is whether bias affe...

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The July 13 front-page article “Trump spectacle leaves NATO allies with ‘whiplash’ ” reported that President Trump struck a conciliatory note at the NATO meeting, then “effectively took a meeting over...

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Regarding the July 11 Metro article “Kavanaugh’s confirmation would be a high distinction for school”: We learn that, in accepting his Supreme Court nomination, Georgetown Prep graduate Brett M. K...

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There’s a story of the young immigrant who came to the United States and applied for a job as a dishwasher but was denied employment because he did not know how to sign his name on the applicatio...

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Regarding the July 13 news article “Papa John’s chair quits after flap over use of slur”: I would like to respond to the comment that the now-former chairman of Papa John’s made about my great-grand...

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Regarding the July 12 Metro article “Democrats on council, GOP in Congress: Overturn wage hike”: On July 10, D.C. Council members Jack Evans (D-Ward 2) and Brandon T. Todd (D-Ward 4) and Council C...

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We watched in rapt attention as the nation of Thailand marshaled its resources to rescue young boys trapped in a cave in a remote region [“ ‘We’ve rescued everyone’,” front page, July 11]. In our...

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Regarding the July 12 front-page article “Trump scolds NATO allies on defense spending”: President Trump insists the United States carries the overwhelming burden for Europe’s defense. He sugges...

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The July 12 editorial “Mr. Elrich, poised to lead Montgomery?” properly characterized Democratic Montgomery County executive nominee Marc ­Elrich as being far left, unwilling to compromise and will...

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While the July 10 front-page article “Cashless movement faces a D.C. backlash” focused on cost- ­cutting, businesses have a second motive: boosting revenue. When paying by card or by app, customer...

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I was disappointed to see the use of the political term “partial-birth abortions” regarding late-term abortions in Jonathan Turley’s July 1 Outlook essay on Justice Anthony M. Kennedy’s legacy, “Ke...

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Although I was deeply saddened upon reading the tribute to the late, great Dame Gillian Lynne [“Audacious British choreographer of ‘Cats,’ ‘Phantom,’ ” Obituaries, July 4], I was immensely cheered b...

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The July 1 Outlook feature regarding George Washington’s rules of civility, “How uncivilized,” implied that the rules were written by our first president. The feature should have attributed the auth...

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In her July 4 op-ed, “Courting calmness,” Kathleen Parker denigrated Jeffrey Toobin as the imaginary offspring of Cassandra and Chicken Little for his fear of what the Supreme Court may do to the...

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Sometimes I cannot understand The Post’s priorities in covering important news. The Post covered the protests against separating immigrant families in the Metro section [“Rallygoers want families re...

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Alan Longmuir of the 1970s rock group Bay City Rollers recently died. His July 5 obituary, “Founding member of the Bay City Rollers, who made ’70s hits,” twice mentioned the group’s songs “Bye Bye B...

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