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The Washington Post Opinions section features opinion articles,newspaper editorials and letters to the editor on the issues of the day. Offerings include the Post Partisan blog by Washington Post opinion writers, as well as political cartoons and politica



 
























Why ‘Mattis in charge’ is a formula for disaster
I respect the defense secretary, but let’s not pretend that his leadership can substitute for the void in the White House.


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How can you still doubt Trump’s intelligence?
It takes a certain kind of smarts to spin a yarn so defiantly false that some people will believe it anyway.


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Bowser and Fenty: Deja vu in the mayor’s reelection campaign?
The D.C. mayor’s approval ratings are sky high — just like her predecessor’s. And the similarities don’t stop there.


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On Monument Avenue, Richmond will start recognizing its real history
The city won’t remove its Confederate statues, but it hopes to add context to them to counter celebrations of a made-up past.


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The Republican tax-reform plan isn’t reform at all
Comments from GOP leaders make clear that Republicans would slash tax rates but not improve the system.


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Five myths about air travel
Actually, flying is cheaper than ever — and it’s more fuel-efficient than driving.


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South Korea’s new president: ‘Trump and I have a common goal’
Moon Jae-in, who took office last month, thinks his country needs a different strategy to contain its northern neighbor.


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