“Federalism is a delicate system that needs constant care, feeding and updating by the courts....
Even if no voters were influenced, Facebook apparently failed to prevent the misuse of private information from 50 million Americans for political purposes. This is a scandalous flub by the social media giant.
An AP fact check finds that President Trump made false and misleading claims about the Mueller investigation in a series of weekend tweets.
“For Trump's opponents, pragmatism is principle — because the stakes are so high,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
“To punish Gina Haspel more than 15 years later for doing what her country asked her to do, and in response to what she was told were lawful orders, would be a travesty and a disgrace,” writes Rich Lowry.
“Trump has confirmed over and over that he's a weakling masquerading as a tough guy,” writes Steve Chapman.
“Federalism is a delicate system that needs constant care, feeding and updating by the courts. But when it works, its successes follow from the recognition that a big country includes many different perspectives and beliefs,” writes Noah Feldman.
“It is absurd to argue that, because the last 30 years of Korean policy hasn't succeeded, a new policy should be chosen by throwing a dart at a dartboard,” writes Michael Gerson.
We realize this president doesn't have much use for the First Amendment, but even he doesn't have the power to wipe "Call of Duty" or "Grand Theft Auto" off store shelves.
“A face-to-face meeting is a chance for Trump to look Kim in the eye and tell him: You will not be allowed to deploy missiles that can reach U.S. cities,” writes Marc Thiessen.
“His wall promise rests on the same basis as a Ponzi scheme,” writes Steve Chapman. “It doesn't have to work in the end. It just has to work long enough to fleece the gullible.”