(Before It's News)
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Mark Steyn has been on hiatus for several months, but he popped up yesterday and posted a column
before the debate. As usual, he knocks it out of the park. The entire article is here
, but here’s a small sampling:
As I’ve said for years – on radio, TV and in print – for me the overriding issue in American politics is the corruption. In the Obama era, we have seen the remorseless merging of the party and the state – in the IRS, in the Justice Department and elsewhere. Whatever one feels about, say, Scandinavia, they at least come to their statism and socialism more or less honestly. Not so the United States.
It’s bad enough that Democrats aren’t agitated about this corruption – but then it works to their advantage. Slightly more mysterious is why so many of my friends on the right aren’t incensed by it.
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Needless to say, if you get your news from ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, The Washington Post, The New York Times, etc, etc, you will be entirely unaware of all this.
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The present arrangements work for the political class, the permanent bureaucracy, their client groups, and the lawless. But not for millions of the law-abiding. Consider illegal immigration, for example, which pre-Trump was entirely discussed in terms of the interests of the lawbreakers – how to “bring them out of the shadows”, how to give them “a path to citizenship”, celebrate their “family values” and “work ethic” – and never in terms of the law-abiding, whose wages they depress, whose communities they transform, and, in too many criminal cases, whose lives they wreck. . . .
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Hillary is the most known known in the history of knowns. And what we know of her is that she’s stinkingly corrupt, above the law, and able to suborn entire government agencies in the cause of her corruption. Where do you think we’re gonna be after eight years of that?
As Trump says repeatedly. “We will never fix a rigged system by relying on the people who rigged it in the first place.” The full article is on Steyn’s website here
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