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Bush and Obama’s Immigration Raids Were Outrageous Too (Reason Podcast)

Monday, February 13, 2017 16:17
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“There’s a shocking level of continuity from Bush’s policies to Obama’s policies to Trump’s policies,” says Reason.com Editor in Chief Nick Gillespie. “And that’s what’s so frustrating about partisan politics…if you don’t want the government to be able to kick people out of the country who’ve broken no crime other than to come here without the authorization to work, you should really be a libertarian.”

In the latest podcast, Nick Gillespie, Matt Welch, and Katherine Mangu-Ward discuss immigration raids, the “selective sense of moral outrage” over Trump, our surprisingly apolitical Grammys, Beyoncé’s rebirth as a goddess of fertility, deep-state douche bags, and more.

Produced by Mark McDaniel.

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Source: http://reason.com/blog/2017/02/13/beyonce-trump-grammys-immigration

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