When Alabama churches were being burned, Sessions wanted states rights. When California made itself a sanctuary, he changed his mind.
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How does the Trump White House's real power couple measure up?
Is this what passes for "law and order"?
She was aiding and abetting the tired, the poor, and the huddled masses yearning to breathe free.
For the man who sees "beauty" in coal and wants to put oil rigs on beaches.
The Trump administration wants to develop "mini nukes." Feel safer?