Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review cheer the decision from a federal appeals court ruling that Pres. Obama did not have the authority to take unilateral action on immigration last year.  They also cringe as a Jeb Bush Super PAC targets Marco Rubio for being too pro-life.  And they unload on the insanity at the University of Missouri.

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  1. John Hendrix Thatcher
    John Hendrix
    @JohnHendrix

    Heh, Hillsdale.edu.

    Hillsdale looks wiser every year for rejecting federal control funds.

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  2. Richard Fulmer Inactive
    Richard Fulmer
    @RichardFulmer

    Glad that Jeb! is finally outing himself as being anti-anti-abortion.  I’m sure he’ll do really well in the Democratic primaries.  Oh, wait…

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  3. Eustace C. Scrubb Member
    Eustace C. Scrubb
    @EustaceCScrubb

    This group did learn from Ferguson. The lesson is that the press will believe whatever the protesters tell them.

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