“Whatever we get from North Korea, we can expect to pay for in full. Trump may not be willing...
“What the beef and dairy producers want is for the government to protect them from competition,” writes Steve Chapman.
“Veterans Affairs as an institution is bleeding out. It needs a combat medic, stat,” writes Marc Thiessen.
“Whatever their intention, ICE agents are being used by the president to send a message of callousness. And they are tying themselves to Trump's political fortunes in the process,” writes Michael Gerson.
“George and Barbara Bush were easily — and at times, justly — pilloried as being out of touch. But the passing of their kind has coincided with a national life short on grace notes and often bereft of leaders who value anything above their momentary self-interest,” writes...
Worldwide, at least 22 people have been killed when airbags exploded and shot out shrapnel. Hundreds more motorists were seriously injured.
If you want to help the truth prevail, writes Esther J. Cepeda, consider subscribing to your local newspaper.
“Our politics will remain broken as long as conservatism confines its energies to cutting taxes and defending a reckless president at all costs,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
“Whatever we get from North Korea, we can expect to pay for in full. Trump may not be willing to bear that cost — or be able to persuade Republicans in Congress to go along,” writes Steve Chapman.
“You can't advance a vision of liberation by oppressing the conscience of others,” writes Michael Gerson.