Others can move on, but for those of the Church, I recommend Hugh Hewitt’s interview with Abp. Charles Chaput (OFM Cap) of Denver. Chaput has quietly emerged as the leading public intellectual in the American episcopate. Since, say, Fulton Sheen, that’s generally been akin to being the best rebounder on the Washington Generals, but Chaput is the real deal. Hewitt seems to omit the question of the relevance of legality and illegality to the question of immigration, and Chaput doesn’t go back to it, but other than that, it’s a good, frank interview with real answers to real questions. Very much worth reading.
Neat trivia: Abp. Chaput (pron. “sha-POO,” I believe) is half-French Canadian, half Potawatomi Indian. The Volgi lives not too far from a couple outposts of Potawatomidom, so he offers the salutation, “Bozho, Your Excellency.”
Don’t ask impertinent questions like that jackass Adept Lu.