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David French of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America discuss President Trump defending some of the people attending the rally in Charlottesville, including those who were at the torch protest, and David explains why he sees Trump’s words as the dream scenario for the alt-right.. They cheer a new law in Texas that prevent insurance companies from requiring Texans to subsidize elective abortions through their own coverage. They are deeply disturbed, however, by a CBS report declaring Iceland has virtually eliminated Down Syndrome through abortion.
With all the talk of Nazi protesters here in these United States, it is sad to also note that the Nazi legacy of eugenics is alive and well in Iceland. CBS News reported earlier this week that Iceland has come close to eradicating Down syndrome births. Preview Open
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The reason I’m whispering is I’m not supposed to have my iPhone in the high security unit. And, please excuse any typos because messaging in this odd-fitting jacket is difficult.
I wanted to let you know my good friend, fellow Mensa, Nobel Prize-winning, and long-time shrink, Dr. Sarah Bellum, sent two large men to invite me to stay for a while in the Thomas Eagleton wing of this fine facility. She thought my reaction to MSNBC (Mostly Sleazy Nasty But Corrupt) analyst Rachel Maddog’s breathless revelation that Big D paid $38 million in federal taxes in 2005 was over the top.