The main change to Obamacare that Senators Mark Warner and Mark Begich are advocating for is unlikely to make people any happier with the law -- and could cause new problems.
Would a Republican takeover of the Senate improve the prospects that an immigration bill will get to President Barack Obama's desk? It could happen, but I'm skeptical.
When Adrian Peterson was indicted for injuring a child earlier this month, a lot of journalists explained that the lesson we should take away is that the physical punishment of children is always wrong -- and should perhaps be outlawed. Spanking isn't going to be banned anytime soon because a large majority of Americans believe it's sometimes appropriate. They're right.
It is past time for Congress to reexamine its unhealthy relationship to the National Football League and to reconsider both the antitrust exemption and the farcical nonprofit status of the league.
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