When the courts overstep their bounds, no one is obligated to meekly accept their decisions — not even President Trump, writes Rich Lowry.
“The Senate rejected Sessions as a judge 31 years ago. But now that he is our chief law enforcement officer, holding him accountable for how he vindicates or undermines civil rights and voting rights is a central task,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
“Islamic State recruits aren't coming from Syria to the United States. They are going from the United States to Syria,” writes Steve Chapman.
“The moratorium was unnecessary and damaging,” writes Charles Krauthammer. “Its only purpose was to fulfill an ill-considered campaign promise.”
The Founding Fathers understood that mixing church and state threatens the free exercise of religion. Trump does not.
“Rubio's speech was a plea for civility in the Senate, a warning that if civilized debate dies in the Senate, it will die in the broader society too,” writes Chris Cillizza.
You’re not doing your kids any favors by telling them you weren’t good in a subject, writes Esther J. Cepeda.
“Trump's bogus claim aside, we can at least hope he learned a little bit about the complexities of Pentagon acquisitions and the plans for the fighter fleet,” writes Tobin Harshaw.
“When you have the lowest approval rating of any new president on record, you need to do more than pander to your most rabid defenders,” writes Steve Chapman.
“Judge Robart may not like the Trump policy, but that doesn't mean that it is illegal or unconstitutional,” writes Rich Lowry.