This isn't about saving money. It's about creating a 21st century health care system that taps into the power of free markets, consumer choice and competition to expand coverage, improve care, and make health insurance affordable to everyone.
NFL players who kneel during the national anthem - a phenomenon that increased exponentially after Trump colorfully demanded that they stand - are disrespecting the most potent and enduring national symbol of the most patriotic nation on Earth.
In recent months, late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has taken to scaremongering his audience with well-worn Democratic Party talking points regarding health care insurance policy.
Trump's foreign-policy vision is clearly a work in progress, as he accommodates himself to the American international role he so long considered a rip-off and waste of time. Trump is adjusting to being the head of a sovereign nation.
Buried in Donald Trump's UN address is a clarion call to reject transnationalism and to re-embrace a world of sovereign nation-states that cherish their independence and unique identities. Today, the vision of Charles De Gaulle is ascendant.
Jimmy Kimmel has been on a roll lately. As Stephen Colbert's ratings have gone up by capturing the attention of angry liberals, Kimmel had to do something. So he took up the crusade against touching Obamacare and is using his son for moral authority.
Trump will not be able to tweet his way out of not building the wall. He will not be able to change the subject by attacking the media or blaming Republicans in Congress. If Donald Trump doesn't get that wall built, his base will be