“The Turkish goons who punched and kicked people should be identified and charged with crimes...
“Saudi Arabia and the other Gulf states publicly declaring war on their bastard terrorist child is significant,” writes Charles Krauthammer.
House Republicans sought to camouflage the basic trade in which they are engaged — reducing access to health care in exchange for tax cuts for the wealthy.
“Trump has flailed his way into the appointment of a special counsel and a press corps whipped up into a near-Watergate-level frenzy,” writes Rich Lowry.
“Trump is asking us to bank our country's fiscal future on his signature catchphrase, ‘Believe me.’ We should know by now that we can't,” writes E.J. Dionne.
“The petroleum reserve is a costly and unnecessary solution to a problem we will probably never have. The energy crisis is gone, and it's not coming back,” writes Steve Chapman.
“The administration claims it will eliminate the deficit within 10 years. Sure it will,” writes Steve Chapman. “And I'm Usain Bolt.”
“The Turkish goons who punched and kicked people should be identified and charged with crimes,” writes Rich Lowry.
“Given tacit or explicit approval by the administration, this anti-truth movement — championed by Alex Jones, a Trump shill — erodes reason and reality. And those are the basis for a functioning democracy,” writes Margaret Sullivan.
“If you haven't been in a public school in a long time, you might be shocked to learn that students always — and I mean always — have some sort of distractor in their hands, and they're always super trend-driven,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.