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Speaking of ‘Rage,’ rage, and the president on the page

As some question whether author Bob Woodward waited too long to reveal what he knew, readers keep their ire pointed squarely on President Trump.

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Waiting, impatiently, for military brass to weigh in

"The role of our military leadership, active or retired, is to protect our democracy, period."

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Brady . . . Belichick . . . two teams, twice the fun

"It’s not Belichick 1, Brady 0. They didn’t actually play each other."

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An uplifting message, until the putdown of the president

"Would it have killed Philip to actually take a small break from that vitriol, rather than letting the world know how awful she thinks President Trump is?"

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The bench reveals a judge’s true character, good and bad, and Ralph Gants rose above

"The role of judge is a strange one. The absence of outside pressures allows your internal character to take its own full form and express itself."

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2018 criminal justice law requires race, ethnicity data — agencies haven’t complied

"Now it’s time for the Baker administration, sheriffs, district attorneys, and the Trial Court to get to work. Witness how quickly the state produced detailed data across thousands of decentralized locations to track COVID-19."

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BPS students’ needs are at forefront of bid to end family homelessness

"Since the launch of the pilot program in January 2018, we housed families of 205 homeless students from seven schools in Roxbury and Dorchester."

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Before dumping on COVID-wary teachers, get real

"Too many people still assume that education is a level playing field in this state. Try working in an 81-year-old school and not being able to open your classroom windows."