“He was almost surely trying to say that we should pick immigrants for skills (he reportedly...
“Some Christian leaders are surrendering the idea that character matters in public life in direct exchange for political benefits to Christians themselves,” writes Michael Gerson.
“Most people on Medicaid don't need to be told to work — because they already do,” writes Steve Chapman.
The abortion debate falls along the American divide of autonomy and inclusion, writes Michael Gerson.
The Dallas Morning News’ editorial board takes Mark Zuckerberg’s 2018 “personal challenge” with a big fat grain of salt.
“Jackson has been a well-regarded doctor. But since finding himself in Trump's orbit, he has adopted the hyperbolic style and excessive flattery of the boss that we see in other, previously respectable members of Trump's court,” writes Dana Milbank.
One study estimates that prohibiting food-stamp funds from being spent on sweetened beverages would prevent more than 400,000 Americans from becoming obese.
“He was almost surely trying to say that we should pick immigrants for skills (he reportedly mentioned Asia as well as Norway), but typically stated his position in the crudest terms possible,” writes Rich Lowry.
“What Trump proposes to do is spend $18 billion to erect a giant symbol. What he would really be doing is shoveling money down a — what's the term? — rathole,” writes Steve Chapman.
“Not only did these two repeatedly lie, but Cotton also impugned the integrity of Sen. Richard J. Durbin, D-Ill., who told the truth,” writes Jennifer Rubin.