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From the Editorial Board: The FDA must sprint, not stumble, on approving the covid-19 vaccines

Nancy Pelosi is @JRubinBlogger 's distinguished pol of the week because "she would not allow two obstreperous Republicans to throw the select committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection into chaos."

"Please, let’s don’t ruin a perfectly good word in the name of some kind of new politico-culinary correctness." Readers critique The Post:

It is officially the Fed’s job — not Congress’s and not the White House’s — to keep prices stable, @crampell  writes

I joined Texas Democrats’ walkout in 2003, @SenatorLucio  writes. Here’s why I’m staying in Austin this time:

"Trying to include Jordan on the commission was a step in the right direction, certainly, but not far enough." The latest from @petridishes :

"The decision has become largely about symbolic opposition to Obamacare," @larry_levitt  tells @ThePlumLineGS 

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We’ve never backed a Democrat for president. But Trump must be defeated. An op-ed from @ProjectLincoln’s@gtconway3d , @reedgalen , @SteveSchmidtSES , @JWGOP  and @TheRickWilson :

"Impeachment exposed Trump’s corruption, but the confluence of a pandemic, a financial crisis and the stoking of societal divisions has roused the soul of the American people," @AVindman  writes in an op-ed.

#EndSars shows that Muhammadu Buhari is the biggest threat to Nigeria’s democracy, @KarenAttiah  writes

Republicans are actively defending a man who stained the history of the presidency with a meeting at which martial law was on the agenda, @MJGerson  writes

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