The first two months of Donald Trump's presidential campaign were largely defined by style over substance, but that all changed this week when he officially unveiled his immigration policy.
Trump's comprehensive plan—(in plain English) get the fuck out, and stay the fuck out—pulled no punches; and, needless to say, it was warmly embraced by his very "passionate" supporters (White Power!).
It earned the support of many of Trump's Republican rivals—even those who were "anchor babies" themselves!
In this day and age, when most people are just looking out for numero uno, that sort of selfless devotion to country is truly something to be applauded.
Now, ain't America great (again)?!
Meet the Press: Failed CEO Carly Fiorina (R); California Gov. Jerry Brown (D); Others TBD.
Face the Nation: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX); New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R); Documentary Filmmaker Ken Burns; Roundtable: Michael Scherer (TIME), Manu Raju (Politico), Ruth Marcus (Washington Post) and Anne Gearan (Washington Post).
This Week: GOP Frontrunner Donald Trump; Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R); Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D); Roundtable: Nancy Gibbs (TIME), Rich Lowry (National Review), Matt Bai (Yahoo News), Republican Strategist Ana Navarro and Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson (D).
Fox News Sunday: Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R); Josh Alcorn (Draft Biden Siper PAC); Roundtable: Kimberley Strassel (Wall Street Journal), Peter Baker (New York Times), Robert Costa (Washington Post) and Juan Williams (Fox News).
State of the Union: "Brain Surgeon" Dr. Ben Carson (R); Donald Trump's Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski; Former Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA).
60 Minutes will feature: a report on the 2013 sarin gas attack in Syria that U.S. intelligence estimates killed more than 1,400 civilians (preview); an interview former Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) (preview); and, an interview with ballet dancer Misty Copeland (preview).
On Comedy Central...
Trevor Noah, the new host of The Daily Show (beginning September 28th), was introduced.
The head of the Louisiana GOP offered up a perfectly reasonable explanation for why he had an Ashley Madison account.
The executive director for the Louisiana Republican Party said his email is a part of the Ashley Madison database because he used the cheating website for "opposition research" that "ended up being a waste of money and time," according to a New Orleans newspaper.
Jason Doré told the Times-Picayune on Thursday via text message that his name and former personal credit card bill address were used to create an account. [...]
"As the state's leading opposition research firm, our law office routinely searches public records, online databases and websites of all types to provide clients with comprehensive reports," Doré told the newspaper via text message. "Our utilization of this site was for standard opposition research. Unfortunately, it ended up being a waste of money and time."
Serial sister molester Josh Duggar admitted that he was using Ashley Madison for purposes other than "research."
"I have been the biggest hypocrite ever. While espousing faith and family values, I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the internet and this became a secret addiction and I became unfaithful to my wife," Duggar said in a statement Thursday. [...]
"I brought hurt and a reproach to my family, close friends and the fans of our show with my actions that happened when I was 14-15 years old, and now I have re-broken their trust," Duggar said. [...]
Duggar reportedly listed some of his desires as: conventional sex, experimenting with sex toys and one-night stands. He listed travel and photography as personal interests. He said he was turned on by professional, confident women who dislike routine and have a secret love nest.
And, in related news...
Josh's devoted parents are reportedly looking for ways to profit off of his crimes.
A source close to the Duggars told Star magazine that Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar are desperate to keep some form of reality TV revenue coming in to support their outsized brood.
"The family can't afford to not have the show — it is their main source of income, and with a family of that size, without it they're in enormous trouble," said the family friend. "They know they have to at least pretend to be sorry about what happened, and now they want a spin-off where Jim Bob and Michelle would give advice to abuse victims—even though they're in denial about their culpability in Josh's crimes."
Earlier this summer, the couple did a disastrous interview with Fox News' Megyn Kelly, which was widely panned by viewers, who felt that the family were still enabling their sexual predator son.
"After the Megyn Kelly interview, when they basically made excuses for Josh, they're done," said Star's source. "It was a disastrous move that ruined their brand. It would take a miracle to get them back on TV."
God bless America.