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Editorials, opinions, blogs, columns and reader submissions from the @washingtonpost Opinions section.

Life is short. So, don’t waste it trying to prove President Trump is a racist, a bigot or a white supremacist, @kingc_i  writes.

@JRubinBlogger  can think of at least five questions, the answers to which may tell us whether Elizabeth Warren is primed to knock out Joe Biden and become the favorite for the Democratic nomination.

We are reform prosecutors, and we believe we can keep people safe without criminalizing everything, @parisa4justice , Mark Gonzalez and @Bell4STL  write in an op-ed.

People who support high levels of low-skilled immigration often claim that immigrants do work that native-born residents won’t. The facts surrounding the ICE raids in Mississippi show how untrue that claim is, @henryolsenEPPC  writes.

@anneapplebaum  asks: We’ve gotten used to the idea that political influence flows from West to East, but are we so sure that is still true?

This is something that no opportunistic promoter can schedule or sell. You cannot repeat Woodstock, author John Kane writes in an op-ed.

Travel to Palestine, a country recognized by 140 members of the United Nations, shouldn’t need Israeli approval, @daoudkuttab  writes in an op-ed.

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From The Post Editorial Board: Enough has been learned about Brett M. Kavanaugh's partisan instincts that we believe senators must vote “no.” We do not say so lightly. We have not opposed a Supreme Court nominee, liberal or conservative, since 1987.

Three years ago, began investigating a story that had weighed on her since high school: Fellow student Amber Wyatt reported that she was raped in a storage shed off a dirt road in their Texas hometown.

"The silence of Republicans today in the face of presidential behavior that is unacceptable by any reasonable standard is both striking and deeply disappointing," former defense secretary William S. Cohen writes

I gave the University of Alabama $26.5 million. They gave it back when I spoke out about abortion, Hugh F. Culverhouse Jr writes

Mueller documented a serious crime against all Americans, writes in an op-ed. Here’s how to respond:

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