Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review react to a new poll suddenly showing Ted Cruz with a narrow lead in Wisconsin.  They also rip Obama’s reaction to the Brussels attacks and for continuing to assert that keeping Guantanamo Bay open is somehow more dangerous to Americans than letting detainees go.  And they react to the latest salvo over wives in the Republican presidential race.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review discuss Jonah Goldberg’s column suggesting conservatives need to prepare for the end of the GOP as we know it whether Trump wins the nomination or not.  They also slam the Super PAC who put out a racy photo of Melania Trump as reason to vote against her husband – and they slam Trump for blaming the ad on Cruz and threatening to “spill the beans” on Heidi Cruz.  And they sigh as Sarah Palin prepares to follow in the footsteps of Judge Judy.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review enjoy hearing Bill Clinton call the last eight years “awful.”  They react to the horrific terrorist attacks in Brussels and President Obama’s listless response.  And they unload on Obama for his moral equivalence between the problems in Cuba and the perceived flaws in the U.S.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review shake their heads as John Kasich says he would consider Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court if Kasich becomes president.  They also rip Pres. Obama for legitimizing Cuba’s repressive communist regime and even posing in front of Che Guevara.  And they unload on Hillary Clinton for suggesting she can be trusted to defend Israel’s security.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review enjoy seeing the lawyers for fired Benghazi Committee staffer remove the accusation that partisanship on the committee led to his termination.  They also react to speculation that Pres. Obama’s increased support for Hillary Clinton means she will never be indicted over her private server.  And they unload on Mike Huckabee for saying conservatives opposing Trump are only worried about their paychecks and need to suck it up and get in line behind Trump.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are pleased to see conservatives beginning to coalesce around Ted Cruz.  They applaud the State Department for declaring ISIS guilty of genocide but scold the administration for apparently not planning to do much about it.  And they react to a Trump supporter telling CNN that convention riots could be a good thing and that they would not be negative riots.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review react to Hillary Clinton saying no Americans were lost in Libya.  They also discuss Ben Carson endorsing Trump and saying if he’s bad president it will only last four years.  And they have fun with Trump taking a shot at his friend Chris Christie to discuss how John Kasich has been out of Ohio a lot.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review discuss the ugly scene in Chicago Friday as protesters trigger chaos at a Trump rally and spill into the streets.  We unpack the very public dysfunction at Breitbart News.  And we slam John Kasich for his clueless campaign strategy.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review applaud a substantive debate but are glad the debate season is just about over.  They also shake their heads as Dr. Ben Carson endorses Donald Trump, the man who once compared Carson to a child molester.  And they dissect the Trump campaign’s response to allegations campaign manager Corey Lewandowski roughed up a female reporter.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review applaud Jorge Ramos of Univision for asking tough questions and follow-ups that Hillary Clinton answered badly.  They also slam Bernie Sanders for glossing over the record of the Castro regime and spending as much time discussing what he sees as its good points.  And they unload on the Trump campaign after campaign manager Corey Lewandowski roughs up a female reporter and says he thought she was a less friendly reporter.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review react to another strong night by Donald Trump and no indication that Republicans are about to unify around an alternative.  They also bang their heads against the desk as some pundits argue the establishment should rally around John Kasich after his third place finish in Michigan.  And they relish Hillary Clinton’s stunning loss to Bernie Sanders in Michigan.

“Imagine no posesssions,” crooned John Lennon. It would be a nightmare, says Christina Sandefur, co-author of Cornerstone of Liberty: Property Rights in 21st-Century America.

In a 10-minute conversation with The Bookmonger, Sandefur explains why property rights are so important, how they’re under pressure from eminent domain and regulatory takings, and what we should make of Donald Trump’s record on them.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are hopeful that Hillary Clinton’s new far left positions on fracking and guns will cost her in some critical states come November.  They also shudder as Iran brazenly test-fires ballistic missiles.  And they dissect the flap over a CNN story suggesting some Rubio advisers think he should quit before the Florida primary.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are pleased to see the GOP delegate race get tighter over the weekend.  They also point out that the non-Trump candidates are stuck in a Catch 22 in the coming days and that a brokered convention would end in disaster. They rip the federal government for planning so poorly that Navy SEALS are forced to share their guns.  And they pay tribute to the late First Lady Nancy Reagan.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review react to more specific allegations of Trump hiring foreign workers over Americans and that he is shifting his position on H1-B visas.  They also discuss Trump dismissing warnings that the military would refuse to carry out illegal orders such as killing the family members of terrorists.  And they slam Hillary Clinton for using footage from the Benghazi hearings to reflect her boredom in watching the debate.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review reveal who they voted for today and describe the atmosphere at their polling places.  Then they like a new video from Adam Carolla telling people not to vote for anyone who promises to fight for you on issues people deal with themselves.  They also shake their heads at the fact that the only way for candidates to get air time anymore is to lob crude insults at their opponents.  And they react to Donald Trump telling Sean Hannity that every immigration plan – except the wall – is negotiable.

Noel Malcolm’s new book is about an old and forgotten Albanian family, but it’s much more interesting that it sounds — and Agents of Empire: Knights, Corsairs, Jesuits, and Spies in the Sixteenth-Century Mediterranean World is winning rave reviews in Britain and America.

In a 10-minute conversation with The Bookmonger, Malcolm recounts the old-time conflict between East and West, as Ottomans and Venetians battled for supremacy. He also talks about the amazing archival detective work behind his engrossing story and describes what it’s like to work in the Vatican Library, the setting of many conspiracy-minded potboilers–and where he found a key document.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review take a mental health holiday from the latest evidence Donald Trump is thoroughly unqualified to be president to offer three pieces of good news.  They welcome the end of Melissa Harris-Perry at MSNBC and remember some of her most insane statements.  They also enjoy watching Rep. Tulsi Gabbard resign as co-chair of the DNC to back Bernie Sanders and slam Hillary Clinton.  And they react to Trump using Chris Christie’s support for about a day before telling him to go home.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review cheer the relentless assault of Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz on Donald Trump’s record and lack of policy details.  They groan as Chris Christie emerges to endorse Trump.  And they discuss Trump’s panicked response to Mitt Romney’s demand that Trump release his tax returns.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review see political upsides if Pres. Obama nominates and Senate Republicans refuse to consider Nevada GOP Gov. Brian Sandoval for the Supreme Court.  They also sigh as more chatter emerges that John Kasich should be the VP nominee for the Republicans.  And they slam millennials for not eating cereal because it requires them to wash the bowl.