“Most people on Medicaid don't need to be told to work — because they already do,” writes Steve Chapman.
Utah lawmakers don’t have much time. No matter what else happens between now and March 22, they need to begin the process of replacing the sheriffs’ secret and ineffective jail standards.
“Yes, out here in the gun-totin’, rootin’-tootin’ West, we don’t want our cows to be shot, even if it is with a camera. But our judges and the First Amendment, for the most part, are having none of it,” writes E. Kent Winward.
The abortion debate falls along the American divide of autonomy and inclusion, writes Michael Gerson.
Some liberal Democrats have latched onto the idea that President Trump is not only evil and shouldn’t have been elected, he’s not smart enough to be president nor is he mentally stable. They have been beating this drum for over a year, hoping desperately and working feverishly to prove...
This story was compiled before the midnight EST deadline for Congress to pass a short-term spending bill to prevent a government shutdown. All quotes are verbatim.
The Dallas Morning News’ editorial board takes Mark Zuckerberg’s 2018 “personal challenge” with a big fat grain of salt.
Congratulations, Robert E. Nelson, that you are able to contribute an extra $100 a month to reduce the federal debt. You suggested everyone contribute a $1 a day to eliminate the federal debt (”If everyone contributed $1 a day, we could eliminate the federal debt,” Jan. 14). However,...
“Jackson has been a well-regarded doctor. But since finding himself in Trump's orbit, he has adopted the hyperbolic style and excessive flattery of the boss that we see in other, previously respectable members of Trump's court,” writes Dana Milbank.