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Letters to the Editor: Trumpism is a dangerous way of doing politics. Let's hope it ends with Trump
Trumpism is nothing but governing based on instinct and self-interest. If it has a future in the Republican Party, we should be very scared.
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Letters to the Editor: Has Trump made us forget how terrible George W. Bush's presidency was?
George W. Bush took us into the Iraq war, a completely unnecessary disaster that Trump does not come close to matching.
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Letters to the Editor: How Pope Francis' support for civil unions gives cover to mariage equality opponents
Marriage equality opponents may now argue in court that same-six civil unions are just as good legally as marriages. Of course, they are not.
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Opinion: Trump behaved during the final debate. Our readers were still unimpressed
This debate lacked the frequent interruptions of the first one, but on the substance Trump still said plenty of things our readers did not like.
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Opinion: No, Mr. President, China is still not paying the tariffs you slapped on Chinese goods
It's hard to tell whether President Trump simply doesn't understand how tariffs work or if he just keeps repeating a lie about them.
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Opinion: Dirty campaign tricks from Big Tobacco?
Gathering signatures for petitions has got to be a frustrating gig during a year when it's dangerous to get within spitting distance of strangers.
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Op-Ed: Trump's comments about Lincoln aren't unusual — Civil War references are common in tumultuous times
Trump's remarks about Lincoln at the debate fit a pattern of U.S. leaders alluding to the Civil War and 16th president to navigate turbulent times.
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Op-Ed: Why every person, regardless of citizenship, counts in apportioning House seats
The Constitution forbids Trump from excluding undocumented immigrants in determining representation in the House.
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Editorial: Five years after the Aliso Canyon methane leak, California is still too reliant on fossil fuels
The Aliso Canyon leak was an environmental disaster. It forced local and state officials to reckon with the risks and consequences of relying on fossil fuels.
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Letters to the Editor: Your humor is edgy? Here's how to tell if it might also be racist
Readers respond to an op-ed article on internalizing racist stereotypes from schoolyard jokes.
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Letters to the Editor: If Disneyland wants to reopen, make it pay for COVID-19 patients' healthcare
Large theme parks like Disneyland evidently value their own profits over the public's health. Gov. Newsom is right to keep them closed.
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Op-Ed: Barrett's confirmation would seal a Catholic court supermajority. It's all about timing
Polarized Christians and the end of Protestant hegemony have ushered Catholics onto the Supreme Court.
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Letters to the Editor: Liberals should panic about another Trump win. It'll get them to vote
The thought of giving Trump another four years rightly nauseates Americans, who are turning their anxiety into a resolve to oust the president.
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Letters to the Editor: Protesters showed up at David Lacey's home. He had a gun. Can you blame him?
Readers say David Lacey's action against the predawn Black Lives Matter protest at his home on March 2 was understandable, if regrettable.
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Editorial: Trump was less unhinged in the second debate, but Biden still scored
In Thursday's second and final presidential debate, President Trump said nothing to persuade those who haven't made up their minds that he deserves a second term.
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Column: Joe Biden finds a way to handle a brat like Trump
The best response to Trump's bleating is not to jab back but to treat him as if he were a child or a drunk — detach from the ego battles, smile and look away in disbelief.
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In Georgia, long lines to vote — but determined optimism, too
A Times reporter waited less than 15 minutes to vote in suburban Atlanta this week. Many other Georgians won't be so lucky, but say they are determined to vote no matter how long it takes.
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