David French of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America discuss the devastating fire that destroyed much of the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris and how the event struck a deep chord with many people around the world. They also are encouraged by how much of the 800-year-old cathedral was saved and discuss what it will take to rebuild the structure and revitalize the church in western Europe. Finally, they pivot back to politics to discuss the Bernie Sanders town hall on the Fox News Channel, and David explains why Bernie – or who whoever the Democrats nominate – will have a very tough time defending Medicare for All once a few simple facts are known.

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  1. milkchaser Member
    milkchaserJoined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    Is the rebuilding going to be done by government? Then yeah, it should take a generation or more. How long did it take to build the Empire State Building? The World Trade Center (or Freedom Tower)?

    Funny how people who claim that their treasure in heaven get awfully attached to Earthly things.

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