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Trump’s Executive Action On Immigration

Do most Americans agree we shouldn’t have open borders? Will Trump’s legal executive action on immigration reveal the impartiality of the judicial branch who will most likely file an injunction on his action? Is the media misrepresenting Whittaker’s views on the Mueller investigation? Should Chris Christie be the next AG? National Review Columnist, Andy McCarthy joins Dan and Scott Shellady to discuss.

Constitutional Law And Voter Fraud

Is voter fraud mythology to the left? Does the President have the power to revoke birthright citizenship by executive order? Does SCOTUS dicta dictate federal immigration policy and/or the means to change it? Georgetown law professor, Randy Barnett joins Dan and Amy to discuss and also shares his experience as an assistant Cook County State’s Attorney on election patrol when he had voter fraud committed right in front of him.

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Birthright Citizenship And The Constitution

What is the constitutional case against birthright citizenship according to the 14th Amendment? What was the primary purpose of the 14th Amendment? When was the last time the Supreme Court dealt with this issue? What’s the potential issue with Trump’s executive order despite the President having a wide range of power dealing with national security? Heritage Foundation legal analyst, Amy Swearer joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Trump's EO Drama

Are Democrats and Republicans interested in a compromise on immigration before the November elections? Is hardline enforcement at the border popular among the majority of Americans? Is all the hysteria from the media about Trump desensitizing the public and ultimately working in Trump’s favor? Senior Editor at Hotair.com, Ed Morrissey joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Gloves Are Off... Bigly

President Trump's Executive Order on confiscatory environmental regulations sent the Left into a tail-spin. What does the E.O. do? What does it mean for the future of renewable energy? Joseph Bast, President of the Heartland Institute, joins Dan and Amy to discuss the political, cultural and economic implications of the order.

The Know-it-all Who Knows He Doesn’t

For all of his rhetorical braggadocio, President Trump is acting like the know-it-all who knows he doesn’t.

Trump said he believes waterboarding terrorist suspects to be effective but that he will listen to SecDef Mattis and CIA Director Pompeo who don’t.

Allaying concerns of nepotism including with his sister, the federal appellate court judge, Trump tasked the highly-regarded Leonard Leo of the Federalist Society to lead the vetting of SCOTUS candidates and drive the selection.

Trump decreed that every American should have access to health insurance coverage and thus quality care but he’s left it to HHS Secretary Dr. Tom Price to fill in the details.

Rather than presuming omniscience or micromanaging the federal monster, the focus of Trump’s flurry of Executive Orders has been to re-establish simple truths like the rule of law:

- Homeland Security is a law enforcement agency. That includes ICE. They are to enforce existing laws. They will be empowered to do so.

-  Big city mayors like Chicago’s Tiny Dancer won’t be subsidized by the federal government to play pander politics with U.S. immigration law.

-  A border wall conveys that America is sovereign land. You must introduce yourself and ask permission for entrance.

Trump seems to know that clearly stated first principles combined with the talent to translate them into policy outcomes is the recipe for success. And that’s all he needs to know.

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