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William Zwick
"No messin' with Sasquatch!"
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Other than making sure that there are adequate protections from overzealous agents and police (which requires the review of the final language), this looks to be a positive from the Trump admin.

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Very interesting. This is probably Bannon's work as the Breitbart folks have always been good at media hype.

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Fake news or real news? If the leaks are fake, they are not criminal. If they are criminal, they are true.


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It's not like in the modern era you can expect no investigations. They happen all the time. The problem with this is that one advisor already has resigned after lying to Trump, and likely breaking the law, and now there are possible others... In the plural.

Michael Flynn, whose tenure as national security adviser lasted less than four weeks, was among the Trump insiders who were regularly in touch with Russians, according to CNN.

It really is surprising to hear Trump say anything negative about conspiracy theories: He helped publicize the birther movement against Obama for a couple years. What a hypocrite! (Or maybe he does have a mental problem if he can't remember it...) I don't believe in Karma, but...

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I agree with this position wholeheartedly. Not only that, but the failure to actually enforce the law give the Dems cover for the law that they passed. Congress now has no motivation to alter the law in any way. None. Nada. Zip. If Trump doesn't enforce the bad parts of the law, the bad parts don't get changed.

This not a policy objection. I loathe the mandate and the statute to which it belongs — an intrusive, abusive, and hubristic nightmare that elevates the federal government way above its station and destroys the proper relationship between the citizen and the state. If it is repealed, I shall rejoice as if it were the Fourth of July. But the rule of law is yet more important still, and I consider a government that rewrites statutes on the fly to be a far bigger threat than a government that contrives ugly and unpopular programs. It is caprice, not stupidity, which serves as the most potent enemy of freedom, and for years now the IRS has been capricious in the extreme. Until such time as Congress amends its mistake, the hideous statute it passed will remain on the books and in force.

Thanks, Pres. Trump. If the law doesn't get changed, you will own along with the GOP.

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Maybe there should be an executive order on extreme vetting for White House Staff? It looks like Flynn was never vetted with all of this honesty problems. How he obtained sensitive information is beyond me.


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Where is the outrage from Breitbart?

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Does this explain why Trump didn't include Saudi Arabia on the travel ban. A boat load of terrorists came from Saudi Arabia and we're on Trump's list of under-reported terrorist attacks.

We know that state-owned enterprises in China and the United Arab Emirates are involved in his businesses, and that his business ties stretch to India, Turkey and the Philippines and beyond,” Pascrell wrote. “Russia, Saudi Arabia and Taiwan may also have ties to his businesses.”

Time to prove that you are not corrupt, Mr. President.

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Teachers in my district have contacted me — certain students didn’t come to school today because they’re afraid,” said Greg Casar, an Austin city council member.

Here is one angle President Trump might be able to attack the sanctuary cities or limit federal power in education. Here are schools and communities not educating kids and permitting the parents to neglect their children in violation of the laws in most of these jurisdictions. I wonder if there are certifications and other federal laws enacted by the Obama Administration that can be used to 1) squeeze the localities or 2) limit the scope of education by the federal government.

Maybe the Dems will finally appreciate the power of federalism? Hopefully the GOP will return to federalism?

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Although I have been critical of Trump on the immigration EO, this is a positive step where he needs to be given credit... As long as the ICE agents follow the law, do violate constitutional rights, and don't start detaining legals who may have committed the "crime" of not having ready access to their papers.

I did find it funny that the Trump ICE agents don't want to call these "raids" but "selective enforcement." Isn't this the politically incorrect Admin?

Otherwise, the ICE agents, illegals, and immigration advocates should thank Obama's EO and lax enforcement for helping the illegals come out of the shadows and be easier to find.

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