This morning public radio extols the virtues of people who patiently waited in line for their turn to become Americans.
Whilst the system is broken and big bucks & political connections often help navigate loopholes . . . There are still quite a few folks who dutifully operate within the rules to achieve the American dream.
And so, a recent local public radio report is thoughtful and masterfully crafted in service of confusing progressives on a policy move that will do nothing more but help to maintain a permanent American underclass.
Check-it . . .
On Jan. 15, snow began falling before sunrise, and by 10 am, downtown Kansas City, Kan., was puddled with slush. Outside, the city was quiet. But just inside the door to the Robert J. Dole U.S. Courthouse, people huddled shoulder-to-shoulder in long winter overcoats to stay warm.