Today it headlines with the news that two bills passed the House which will make it tougher for illegal immigrants.
One has the catchy moniker of "Kate's Law." That honors Kate Steinle who had been murdered by illegal immigrant Juan Lopez-Sanchez. Repeatedly he had been deported from the U.S. but kept re-entering. Kate's Law would impose stiffer penalties for re-entry after deportation.
The other bill would yank federal grant to states and other locations which provide sanctuary to illegal immigrants. That is a pocketbook issues that many states can't afford to play around with.
Of course, the House passage of these two bills is a solid victory for the Trump Administration. In itself it can reinforce support for his policies and lead a lot of folks to ignore his Twitter rants.
Anyway, those digital temper tantrums have been so standard that mostly it is only the members of the the media who pay attention to each and every one.
Come on, hasn't it become irrelevant that late night show comics continually focus their monologues on what the Trump Administration did or did not do that day? So what that he's not "presidential."
If Trump can give the majority of Americans what they want the crazed side of him will be shrugged off. That's how political machines get voted in and hold on to power.
The idealistic should read the history of Hudson County, New Jersey. There the head of the machine, Frank Hague, declared he was the law. He was.
And, at the time Hague got away with it. He built the area a brand new maternity hospital he named after his mother Margaret Hague.
Can the Trump Administration also get away with being the law? Time will tell.
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