“Americans now broadly support the basic principles of Obamacare. Republicans, including...
“Now that this body exists, it will almost certainly try to find ways to rationalize purging legitimate voters from the rolls and erecting yet more barriers to voting,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
“A majority is a terrible thing to waste. Six months in, Republicans are giving every indication that is exactly what they might do, to their everlasting disgrace,” writes Rich Lowry.
“Most Republicans in Congress would much rather deal with President Pence than with President Trump,” writes Steve Chapman. “He would be better at working with them and less prone to embarrassing them.”
Sessions needs to tell the public his views on the appropriate relationship between the Justice Department and the White House.
“What is best for the child? The best guide is a loving parent. A parent's motive is the most pure,” writes Charles Krauthammer.
“Americans now broadly support the basic principles of Obamacare. Republicans, including Trump, would do well to accommodate themselves to this reality,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
“Curtailing traffic stops wouldn't make the roads more dangerous. But it would save the lives of motorists and police who are now put in peril for no good reason,” writes Steve Chapman.
“The fact is, Obamacare was never perfect nor should anyone have expected it to be,” writes Kathleen Parker.
The Senate could vote on repealing Obamacare without a replacement. McConnell knows that's a bad idea, writes Amber Phillips.