Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review give credit to Donald Trump for articulating some economic principles that are far more conservative than what Hillary Clinton is offering.  They’re also disturbed and bewildered that the father of the Orlando terrorist got a prime seat to cheer on Hillary Clinton Monday in Florida.  And they verbally smack John Kasich for suggesting that John McCain is so great he shouldn’t have to run for re-election.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review applaud Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer for saying Olympic medalists should not have to pay taxes for their success – but wonder why he doesn’t extend that mentality to the rest of us.  They also slam Hillary Clinton for allowing emails referring to an Iranian defector to exist on her private, unsecured server: emails that possibly contributed to his execution.  And they discuss the noble but quixotic and possibly damaging independent presidential run of Evan McMullin.

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America enjoy seeing former Iranian hostage Saeed Abedini expose the Obama administration’s lie by saying the hostages could not leave until another plane arrived in Iran.  They also cringe as Donald Trump seems to be a drag on GOP Senate candidates.  And they brace for a disastrous Summer Olympics in Rio.

Mark Hemingway of The Weekly Standard and Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist discuss the 2016 November elections.

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America applaud Mike Pence for his strong, compassionate response to a Gold Star mother critical of Donald Trump.  They also discuss Julian Assange’s revelation that Hillary Clinton’s own emails prove she lied to Congress and was sending weapons from Libya to Syrian rebels – including ISIS.  And they rip the media for savaging the mother of a Benghazi victim at the Republican convention while lauding the parents of the fallen Marine who blasted Donald Trump in Philadelphia.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Mark Wright of National Review serve up three very sour martinis in the wake of Hillary Clinton’s convention speech. They groan at her standard liberal economic plan of more spending and big tax increases.  They rip her for making it clear she won’t be any tougher on terrorism or illegal immigration than Pres. Obama.  And they are discouraged at the realization many of the attacks Hillary aimed at Donald Trump are true.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Mark Wright of National Review groan as President Obama used his convention speech to extol the power of American unity after eight years of dividing Americans in every conceivable way.  They’re also stunned as Nancy Pelosi says working class whites are too distracted by guns, abortion and gay issues to know what’s good for them and vote for Democrats.  And they sigh as both the Trump and Clinton campaigns botch their handling of the DNC email scandal.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Mark Wright of National Review are pleased that Bill Clinton’s convention speech was seen by many as underwhelming and a largely fictionalized version of his relationship with Hillary.  They also sigh as the Democrats honor moms of young black people killed in police incidents but do nothing to honor slain police officers.  And they slam the mainstream media for completely ignoring major protests at the Democratic National Convention.

Mark Hemingway of The Weekly Standard and Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist discuss the 2016 November elections.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and David French of National Review enjoy the massive upheaval on the first day of the Democratic National Convention in the wake of the DNC email scandal.  They also discuss the ISIS-inspired attack in France that killed an 84-year-old priest and consider whether ISIS is pursuing a strategy similar to the Palestinian Intifada.  And they wonder what young Sanders supporters will do now that their hero has been defeated and discuss the recent phenomenon of politicians being seen as messiahs by their followers.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and David French of National Review enjoy watching the Democrats get caught in their own lies after Wikileaks reveals the DNC actively backed Clinton over Sanders, manipulated the media and manufactured protests at Trump events.  They also shudder as four terrorist attacks strike Germany in less than a week and German authorities bend over backwards to avoid linking them to radical Islam.  And they react to Secretary of State John Kerry’s ludicrous contention that air conditioners and refrigerators pose just as much of a threat to human life as ISIS and other terrorist groups.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and David French of National Review review several different aspects of Donald Trump’s loud, long convention speech.  They slam his contention that he can solve all problems from the executive branch while the speech made no mention of the Constitution, limited government or delegating problems to states and communities to solve.  They are disgusted as the Trump-dominated Republican convention issues an unconditional surrender in the culture war.  And they cringe as Trump and his daughter spout liberal talking points on economic issues.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are pleased to see Donald Trump select Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate.  They also shudder at the horrors of the latest terrorist attack and the growing resignation that this is the new normal.  And they blast the media for blaming the attack on the truck instead of the terrorist driving it.

Rich McFadden of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are thrilled Hillary’s email scandal may be affecting her image as new polls show Clinton down by 2 in Iowa and viewed as less honest than Trump in several swing states. They are concerned about the ever-growing security risks at the GOP Convention amid the current political climate. And they are shocked an editorial article from the New York Times agrees with Trump that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should not make public statements attacking a presidential candidate.

Rich McFadden of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review celebrate two good martinis in capitalism’s gift to children’s health in the form of Pokemon Go and Hillary Clinton’s polling numbers dropping due to her email scandal. They are appalled that Director of National Intelligence James Clapper denied Paul Ryan’s request to block Hillary from receiving classified intelligence as a presidential candidate. They are dumbfounded with Rep. Corrine Brown’s claim that the FBI could have prevented the Orlando shooting had they not been investigating her for fraud.

Rich McFadden of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are thrilled that a Washington Post and ABC News poll released Monday morning reveals 56 percent of Americans believe Hillary Clinton should be indicted. They agonize over the information that Bernie Sanders will unite the Democratic party by endorsing Hillary Clinton. And they are shocked that Donald Trump spoke with Caitlyn Jenner  and consider the possible implications for the Republican National Convention.

Rich McFadden of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review grieve over the blatant targeting and murdering of police officers by a team of snipers in Dallas. They give thanks to the protesters at the Black Lives Matter demonstration in Dallas for helping police locate the snipers. And they wrestle with the question of whether rhetoric spurs violence.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review applaud European Parliament member Daniel Hannan of Britain for shredding CNN’s Christiane Amanpour over her error-filled badgering that masqueraded as an interview concerning Brexit.  They also roll their eyes at the news Chris Christie is being vetted as a possible running mate for Donald Trump.  And they unload on a New York Daily News columnist for his snide, elitist call to ban ‘God Bless America’ at Major League Baseball games.