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Opinion columnists

  • Charles Krauthammer:  This election is about a flailing government   Oct. 31

  • Dana Milbank:  Post’s Bradlee sent off in eclectic style that fit his life   Oct. 31

  • Debra J. Saunders:  Berkeley, again, provides a lesson in free speech   Oct. 31

  • Kathleen Parker:  GOP shouldn’t make too much of their impending victory   Oct. 30

  • Froma Harrop:  Fannie, Freddie, bankers back to old, dangerous tricks   Oct. 30

  • Dana Milbank:  Which is it? Is Obama a tyrant or feckless?   Oct. 30

  • Jeff Underwood:  Look for changes to Medicare enrollment   Oct. 29

  • Richard S. Davis:  Spend. Yes, spend to rebuild transportation   Oct. 29

  • Dana Milbank:  If nothing else, we can feel good about two dogs   Oct. 29

  • David Ignatius:  Arab world anxious as it waits for U.S. to ramp up efforts   Oct. 29

  • Debra J. Saunders:  Pelosi just as bankrupt of ideas as GOP   Oct. 29

  • Froma Harrop:  Risk justifies inconvenience of quarantine   Oct. 28

  • Eugene Robinson:  Ben Bradlee wasn't infallible but he insisted on the whole story   Oct. 28

  • Martin Schram McClatchy News Service:  Voters, fed up with gridlock, may finally demand consensus   Oct. 26

  • Noel Frame and Erin McCallum:  Website aims to verify candidates' backgrounds   Oct. 26

  • John Dickerson, Slate:  We need more of the insight into the presidency that Bradlee provided  Oct. 26

  • Jonathan Bernstein, Bloomberg News:  Ebola czar has two jobs and one big problem   Oct. 26

  • Dana Milbank:  Independent candidate a refreshing blast from past in S. Dakota   Oct. 26

  • Kevin L. Schmadeka:  Firearm background checks should be state responsibility  Oct. 24

  • Charles Krauthammer:  Obama little more than observer-in-chief  Oct. 24

  • David Ignatius:  Promised help not reaching Iraq’s tribal leaders   Oct. 24

  • Dana Milbank:  Brush with loss of TV ad support invigorates McConnell’s challenger   Oct. 24

  • Eugene Robinson:  Fight in Iraq, Syria threatens to become a morass   Oct. 24

  • David Sirota:  Marijuana campaigns drawing comparisons to alcohol   Oct. 24

  • Tom Ranken:  Feds should pitch in on PUD tidal project   Oct. 23

  • John Burbank:  Yes, I-1351 costs money, but our kids are worth it  Oct. 23

  • Dana Milbank:  Running from Obama backfiring on Democrats   Oct. 23

  • Froma Harrop:  Canada’s immigration policy may be tough, but it’s fair   Oct. 23

  • David Ignatius:  U.A.E. group seeks ways to prevent violent extremism from taking hold   Oct. 23

  • Kathleen Parker:  Baiting, hounding bears, wolves isn’t hunting or fair   Oct. 23

  • Debra J. Saunders:  Issue in Houston is signatures not sermons   Oct. 22

  • Dana Milbank:  President Pariah’s supporters heading for the exits   Oct. 22

  • David Ignatius:  French oil man was throwback to age of bold business leaders   Oct. 22

  • Rick Cooper:  Taking steps to hold down health care costs  Oct. 21

  • Froma Harrop:  Death with dignity laws can offer protection to terminal patients  Oct. 21

  • Eugene Robinson:  Sen. Warren’s populist talk might sound best in presidential race  Oct. 21

  • Dana Milbank:  Partisanship taking a toll on medical research  Oct. 20

  • Pro and con: I-1351 on funding of K-12 education  Oct. 19

  • David Sirota:  Fracking for a cure? Komen 'pinkwashes' oil industry   Oct. 19

  • Carol MacPherson:  Who is in the market for tons of stolen Crisco?   Oct. 19

  • Shannon Affholter:  Growth choices have to recognize homebuyers’ preferences  Oct. 19

  • Eugene Robinson:  Thorough explanations best vaccine against Ebola panic   Oct. 19

  • Ellen Goodman:  Regardless of opinion on end-of-life issues, talk about it  Oct. 19

  • Megan McArdle:  Will freezing your eggs really help your career?  Oct. 19

  • Catherine Rampell:  Poor women put on notice: Sex is for the rich  Oct. 19

  • David Ignatius:  Panic is natural but more dangerous than Ebola itself   Oct. 19

  • Eric Schinfeld:  Intellectual property rights vital to trade, jobs in Washington state  Oct. 18

  • Charles Krauthammer:  Ebola is forcing a choice between security and liberty  Oct. 17

  • Debra Saunders:  Clinton eases up on politics in talk to tech crowd   Oct. 17

  • Dana Milbank:  Republicans, at least, united in opposition to Obama   Oct. 17

  • Kathleen Parker:  Time for panic? No, but it’s time for an abundance of caution  Oct. 16

  • Dana Milbank:  Jewish ritual allows time to think about a fleeting, beautiful life   Oct. 16

  • Froma Harrop:  Traffic jams explain why millennials aren’t driving   Oct. 16

  • Richard S. Davis:  Communities, businesses need the other to thrive  Oct. 15

  • Catherine Rampell:  Women might ask for raises if bosses didn't hold it against them   Oct. 15

  • Eugene Robinson:  Air strikes won’t resolve political problems U.S. faces in Iraq, Syria   Oct. 15

  • David Ignatius:  Not a matter of if war escalates but how   Oct. 15

  • Kathleen Parker:  Voting history haunts a candidate despite ‘no comment’   Oct. 15

  • Jake Crawford:  Film, Oct. 15 at Historic Everett Theatre, depicts fight to save wild steelhead  Oct. 14

  • Dana Milbank:  FEC commissionerís olive branch likely to wither  Oct. 14

  • Catherine Rampell:  The business case for helping workers stay on the job   Oct. 14

  • Froma Harrop:  Opposed by so many, why does ethanol subsidy persist?   Oct. 14

  • David Ignatius:  Panetta's book faults Obama's reluctance to fight  Oct. 14

  • Eugene Robinson:  Treat Ebola with thoughtful steps, not panic  Oct. 13

  • Dana Milbank:  Off-the-record event sullies reputation of the National Press Club   Oct. 13

  • DeWelle Ellsworth:  Several failures led to county's $575,000 settlement   Oct. 12

  • Carol MacPherson:  Catty Cortana and snobby Siri in cage match   Oct. 12

  • Adam Minter Bloomberg News:  Mystery of Flight 370 points to need for better flight tracking  Oct. 12

  • Debra Saunders:  Staffers provide a look at the best and worst of Congress   Oct. 12

  • David Ignatius:  U.S. can win a limited war against ISIS   Oct. 12

  • David Sirota:  More than the NSA sniffing around your metadata   Oct. 12

  • Keith Binkley and Kimberly Miller:  Action needed on education, access to care  Oct. 11

  • Screening for Ebola helps the nerves, if not the disease   Oct. 11

  • The rich give less as those with less give more   Oct. 11

  • Brian Sullivan:  Mental health fund is small, but it's a start   Oct. 10

  • Charles Krauthammer:  War on ISIS looking too little, too late   Oct. 10

  • Kristin Kelly:  Steer growth to cities' urban areas where services are  Oct. 9

  • Dana Milbank:  Election forecasts rely too much on science, data   Oct. 9

  • Catherine Rampell:  Why wages have lagged and whether there's hope for a raise   Oct. 9

  • Kathleen Parker:  Crises should be enough to persuade you to vote and vote well   Oct. 9

  • David Ignatius :  Obama needs fresh eyes among his advisers   Oct. 9

  • John Burbank:  In cross country and society, a fair race requires a fair start  Oct. 8

  • Support effort to save historic cruiser from scrap yard  Oct. 8

  • Obama's toughest critics are his former advisers  Oct. 8

  • Eugene Robinson:  The tipping point on same-sex marriage has been reached  Oct. 7

  • A clean record may now be a political liability  Oct. 7

  • Donald McKim:  Little scientific dissent over climate change  Oct. 7

  • We’ve elevated food; now how about a decent table?  Oct. 7

  • Debra J. Saunders:  It’s time to be realistic about employee use of marijuana  Oct. 6

  • Paul Steinle:  The newspaper is dead; long live the transformational newspaper  Oct. 5

  • Eugene Robinson:  Secure the people’s house   Oct. 5

  • Megan Dunn:  Cities can take steps to protect bees’ vital place in agriculture  Oct. 5

  • Carol MacPherson:  Roomy iPhone pants not quite haute couture   Oct. 5

  • David Sirota:  Why economic inequality is not a bigger political issue   Oct. 5

  • Dana Milbank:  The GOP’s mug-shot primary   Oct. 5

  • Who will win the ridesharing war?   Oct. 5

  • David Ignatius:  A proxy war creates Syrian chaos   Oct. 5

  • Children in need   Oct. 5

  • Hance Haney:  More bandwidth solves concerns   Oct. 4

  • Jackie Minchew:  Time for urgency, not complacency   Oct. 4


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