“All of this obviously demands serious investigation on Capitol Hill,” writes Rich...
“By welcoming a historic number of asylum-seekers proportionate to its population, Sweden has indeed embarked on a vast social experiment that wasn't well thought out and isn't going very well,” writes Rich Lowry.
Our public education system faces any number of problems, writes Esther J. Cepeda. Betsy DeVos isn’t at the top of the list.
Those who are willing to give Trump the benefit of the doubt should also be willing to give journalists a fair hearing, writes Kathleen Parker.
“All of this obviously demands serious investigation on Capitol Hill,” writes Rich Lowry. “Not a pretending-to-investigate-so-we-can-say-we're-investigating probe, but an honest-to-goodness attempt to get to the bottom of the whole fetid matter.”
Steve Chapman asks, “If Trump were in fact being directed by Putin, would he be doing anything different from what he has done?”
“Why did Flynn lie? Until we answer that, the case of the cover-up in search of a crime remains unsolved,” writes Charles Krauthammer.
Deportation raids make for lurid headlines that may please Trump's political base. But less theatrical measures would have far more dramatic effect.
When the Trump administration attacked the media last week, even Fox News said it had gone too far. That should tell you something, writes Callum Borchers.
Donald Trump wanted to deflect the public’s attention from Russia and Michael Flynn, so he attacked the media. Which was predictable, writes Chris Cillizza.