Alexandra DeSanctis of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America encourage President Trump to scrap President Obama’s unconstitutional and unilateral program allowing illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children, noting the issue ought to be addressed by Congress.  They also slam former FBI Director James Comey upon the revelation that he decided to exonerate Hillary Clinton in her email investigation long before the investigation was done or key witnesses were interviewed.  And they roll their eyes as a Catholic school in California removes most of its statues, including ones of Jesus and Mary, in an effort to be more inclusive and “forward-looking.”

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  1. Arahant Member
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    On Comey, this sort of Rule of Man stuff angers me, and I don’t generally get angry. Thanks for ending it with talking about Trump’s restraint on his tweet. That made me laugh.

    As for the Catholic school thing, that is ridiculous. I’m not even Catholic, but think they should keep their statues. Being of a given religion or sect should mean something.

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    “National Review editor Jonah Goldberg: ‘If it’s a contest between James Comey’s credibilty and Donald Trump’s credibility,’ Comey wins ‘10 out of 10 times.’”

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