“No competent business executive would operate a company the way Trump has operated his...
“Trump has led voters to believe they can have all the stuff they want and none of the stuff they resent,” writes Steve Chapman. “But neither he nor anyone else has found a plausible way to accomplish that.”
People wondered who could stop a strongman like Trump. The answer — checks and balances, writes Charles Krauthammer.
Neil Gorsuch is heading to the Supreme Court. It's unfortunate that he has to endure the congressional kangaroo court on his way
“There are a lot of people out there who can't imagine Hispanics being successful capitalists who prioritize their own self-interests over ethnic solidarity,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
“In sum, the AHCA is a plan voters and Republican governors think is going to make things worse,” writes Jennifer Rubin. “There is no popular outcry in favor of the bill.”
“No competent business executive would operate a company the way Trump has operated his administration,” writes Steve Chapman.
“I quit Twitter and Facebook last year and highly recommend it for anyone questioning the value of such ‘social’ engagement in their lives,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
“Every administration gets knocked off its game early on by something,” writes Rich Lowry. “What makes the furor over President Trump's wiretapping claims so remarkable is how unnecessary it is.”
Trump wants to help single moms in Detroit – by cutting public television, building a wall on the border with Mexico and increasing military spending by $54 billion. “If you’re having trouble connecting the dots, welcome to the fracas,” writes Kathleen Parker.
“Still, hold the Champagne. It's troubling that someone as extreme as Wilders (imagine a more malicious version of Trump) would get as many votes as he did,” writes E.J. Dionne.