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    March 31, 2019

    Travel navigator Christopher Elliott: Here’s what happens when your aircraft is grounded

    Christopher Elliott The Washington Post To hear travelers like Dani Robin talk about it, the Federal Aviation Administration’s decision to ground the Boeing 737 Max last week caused a minimum of disruptions to air travel. She never had to worry about her passenger rights because Southwest Airlines solved her problem almost before she knew it […]

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    March 31, 2019

    Baggage check Andrea Bonior: My husband does a horrible job handling our toddler’s questions

    Andrea Bonior Special to The Washington Post Q: My husband has little patience for our toddler’s questions. Typical toddler stuff, lots of “whys,” and questions without answers. I know they can get annoying after a while —I spend even more time with our son than he does — but I also think it is good […]

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    March 31, 2019

    Karen Tumulty: Trump is leading his party over a cliff on health care

    By Karen Tumulty The Washington Post Apparently, President Donald Trump didn’t learn much from the first time he did it, because he is once again leading his party over a cliff on health care. The day after the Justice Department launched a surprise attack on the Affordable Care Act, seeking to overturn the entire law, […]

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    March 31, 2019

    Helaine Olen: Why are we getting so many robocalls?

    By Helaine Olen Special to The Washington Post One morning about three weeks ago, at 5:45 a.m., the robocallers came for me. My cellphone rang. And rang. It hasn’t stopped. The calls claim to come from all over the world. Sometimes they ring once, and stop. Sometimes twice. Rarely more than that. If I answer, […]

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    March 31, 2019

    Jonathan Blanks: Want to stop gun deaths? Stop talking about ‘weapons of war’

    Blanks admonishes elected officials to stop using fear tactics as a way to lower the gun death rate.

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    March 31, 2019

    Jennifer Rubin: Democrats would love for 2020 to be like 2018

    By Jennifer Rubin The Washington Post Democrats out on the trail, as opposed to those in cable-news studios, have not been talking much about the Russia investigation. When they have talked about Russia, they have expressed alarm that President Donald Trump hadn’t recognized the unequivocal evidence of Russian interference and had not devised a plan […]

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    March 30, 2019

    Charles Bouchles: Perhaps not the best analogy

    This is in regard to Eric Marenghi’s letter, “Not all losers lost the presidency” (March 26). I may have been able to come up with a better analogy than to compare the likes of Beto O’Rourk and Stacey Abrams to Abraham Lincoln and James Polk. Charles Bouchles, Mechanic Falls

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    March 30, 2019

    Reggie Bechard: Coup in the government

    I am concerned that America is faltering, and people might lose their rights of freedom to bear arms and freedom of speech. That would end our way of life. There is a coup going on in the federal government with the socialist liberal machine trying to take down the president. The media are fanning the […]

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    March 30, 2019

    William Barber: Mueller’s report was never going to save America

    By William Barber II Special to The Washington Post Emboldened by his attorney general’s summary of special counsel Robert Mueller’s still-embargoed report, President Donald Trump has shifted from his oft-repeated defense of “No collusion!” to an offensive against the investigation that he has always dismissed as a “witch hunt.” As the saying goes, it’s not […]

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    March 30, 2019

    Rich Lowry: On Russia, Trump acted innocent

    Lowry takes the position that Donald Trump was a more reliable narrator than the media that so self-righteously scorns him.

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