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Trump’s inauspicious start

Readers reflect on the president’s first 100 days.

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Trump’s border wall promise gets an extension

The cost of President Trump’s border wall remains a sticking point.

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City leaders could have tried better ways to tap revenue than falling for skyscraper

“We continue to be led by elected officials who aim low and who are unable to achieve better solutions.” — Sarah Wenig

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Violence against women? Stream it. Nudity as art? Not so fast

“This actually isn’t surprising, given what we are allowed (and not allowed) to see on broadcast television and many cable channels.” — Steven Tharler

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Globe also stoops to cover our eyes

“Was the MFA equally shocked that the Globe censored the images accompanying the front-page article by partially obscuring them?” — The Rev. Edwin A. Lane

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Ban on flying United is a massive overreach by Cambridge councilors

“It is disappointing that the Cambridge City Council, as part of its official business, would elect to join a social media-fueled witch hunt.” — Tout Wang

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Now that probation case is over, it’s up to us to demand an end to patronage

“The time has come for the Legislature to crawl out from under this odious 19th-century practice.” — Allan Fierce

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US should not skirt around term ‘genocide’ in Armenian remembrance

“I am deeply saddened that our national government has refused to recognize the Armenian genocide.” — John Meinhold

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Mothers — and fathers — have life lessons to teach their daughters too

“The princess culture will not lead to more female technologists, CEOs, senators, and presidents.” — Cynthia McLain

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Mass. Democrats wade into Mideast waters

A proposal to declare Israeli settlements an obstacle to peace has roiled the state party.

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O’Reilly’s bigotry should have been enough to push sponsors away

“All those advertisers were willing to support O’Reilly through all manner of bigotry and bullying.” — Wendell Smith

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Questions raised over Brady’s deal with charity

Tom Brady’s arrangement with Best Buddies has some readers seeing his philanthropy in a somewhat dimmer light.

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Unions are not standing in the way of paid family leave for city workers

“City managers use the excuse that existing collective bargaining agreements prohibit the immediate implementation of this benefit.” — Damali Simmonds

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Cheers for the strong stance of ‘Fearless Girl’

The message of “Fearless Girl” is catching on, and it has only just begun.

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By demonizing ideas, students are shutting down dialogue

“We cannot, nor should we, shut down ideas, no matter how repulsive we find those ideas.” — Marilyn R. Stern

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Commuter campus once was central to UMass Boston mission, but now . . . ?

“State authorities determined that a permanent orientation toward serving [commuter students] would be central to the public campus’s mission.” — André Mayer

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Facing down population overload

Anne Bernays’s reflections on overpopulation prompted two very unique responses.

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Many of us carry some disability with us, whether it’s visible or not

“I try not to judge strangers or friends in random encounters, while not knowing what personal challenges they may face.” — Lisa Rucinski

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Not too late to realize a century-old vision for extended Emerald Necklace

“Wouldn’t it be wonderful to extend to other parts of Boston what has so greatly benefited the communities of Back Bay, Brookline, and Jamaica Plain?” — Anthony Reed

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Homeland Security, and insecurity

As DHS protects us from threats from without, others see threats from within.

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The short life of Aaron Hernandez

Readers react to Aaron Hernandez’s apparent suicide in prison.

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Climate change looms over waterfront real estate

“One option is to keep our heads in the sand and try to fend off catastrophe. A better choice would be for Massachusetts to step up.” — Larry Rosenberg

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Release the White House visitor logs

“The White House belongs to the American people — all 324 million of us.” — Andrea Landry

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People want corporations to pay their fair share in taxes

“We should start with the premise that everyone — especially the large companies who so effectively dodge taxes — plays by the same rules.” — Nathan Proctor

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Choosing, or refusing, dialysis

Readers share a range of experiences — for some it’s a lifeline, for others, a path to avoid.