Activists and politicians are fond of the saying, “Never let a crisis go to waste.” So too, perhaps, are humorists who read newspapers. Among the few hundred letters we’ve received over the last several weeks on the partial federal government shutdown is a handful from writers who offer tongue-in-cheek...


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