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Opinion

Editorial Cartoons of the Week


GOP discovers the joy of regulating the internet

The party’s position seems to boil down to this: We’re fine with letting the free market solve problems online until they become our problems.

Democrats should not advocate packing the court

It’s a thoroughly bad idea, and not just because it might set off a perpetual-motion machine of tit-for-tat expansions every time power in Washington changes hands.

Rich candidates run into anti-wealth cohort

Once upon a time, Americans celebrated others’ success and aspired through grit and sacrifice to improve their own circumstances. No more, apparently.


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Dems have to decide what to do with Sunshine Boys

Few politicians remain in the fray long enough for their flaws to ripen into quirks, much less for their quirks to become selling points.


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Veterans on a common mission to get things done in Congress

As we seek to break through the political dysfunction, we are pleased to announce the launch of the For Country Caucus.


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Tech addiction is a legitimate modern malady

If Americans were interacting with anything else for 11 plus hours a day, I feel confident we’d be talking more about how that interaction shapes us.

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Fairness and why Trump is stuck with ‘SNL’

The most we can ask is that, in the cut and thrust of public debate, opinions get challenged and analyzed, and facts get examined.


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Sparks of 2nd Arab Spring starting to fly

The new wave of unrest points to a couple of conclusions that run counter to the conventional wisdom in Washington — especially inside the Trump administration.


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China’s treatment of Uighurs unifies Washington

Republicans and Democrats, isolationists and internationalists, the Trump administration and Congress, even Christians and Muslims, all agree: This is a catastrophe the United States can no longer ignore.

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The Pentagon can’t get everything it wants

Military leaders are working to adapt old platforms to meet new challenges, and that’s both good and bad.


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The dysfunctional Republican Party strikes again

Whether their political calculation is correct or not, Republican politicians have decided that the threats that matter are the ones coming from the Trumpier portions of their own party.


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Can Trump be remembered as a great president?

Donald Trump's disregard for upholding the inherent dignity of the presidency will never allow those who oppose his policies to eventually admire him personally, as has largely happened with Ronald Reagan.


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How the world’s air safety leader finished last

Suddenly, on Wednesday morning, the United States was standing alone against a disbelieving, distrusting world.

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