Blue slips enable home-state senators to ensure that the federal judges serving in their states are highly qualified.
When we in Congress set the terms under which immigrants in this country must live, we wield a power that is checked primarily by our individual sense of fairness: the power to set taxes and make laws that apply to people who do not have representation.
To me, Stephen Miller is like Iago whispering in the president's ear, along with John Kelly. These people are totally anti-immigrant.
Browbeating the tech industry for a problem that does not exist also draws attention away from the real problems with Google and other tech companies.
Both political parties should be able to support the idea that taxpayers who are lawfully present, working, and paying taxes should be able to use the programs their tax dollars pay for - it is only fair.
It's clear that health care is a concern for people all across the country regardless of their political stripe or where they live.