At Politico, Michael Kazin on how the GOP could pay for generations if it embraces Trump's nativism. Kazin is correct about the 1920s, but the closer analogy is California in the 1990s, where GOP anti-immigrant fervor has made all Republicans not named Arnold unelectable.
In the Washington Post, a reminder that Mexico was a very good neighbor to us after Katrina.
From Chicago's ABC News 7 - Pope Francis meets with Archbishop Cupich and the Catholic Extension team. Smiles all around.