A tragic train wreck in Seattle, while the GOP Congress appears to be avoiding one of their own on today’s tax bill vote.

Why are liberals obsessed with spending billions of tax dollars on the cutting edge technology of the 19th century?

More

Everything you need to know about the GOP tax plan from two terrific experts: Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform and economist James Pethokoukis of the American Enterprise Institute;

Another #MAGAMonday segment, starring longtime blogger and Istapundit favorite Don Surber;

More

It’s going to be tough listening to this podcast today….now that DONALD TRUMP HAS KILLED THE INTERNET!

The great Andy McCarthy of National Review on the FBI Russiagate Fiasco;

More

You don’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to see that Muller’s investigation into Russiagate is a partisan fiasco

GOP Consultant Jordan Gehrke on why the Alabama senate loss is all Mitch McConnell’s fault

More

Alabama’s leading political columnist is picking Roy Moore to win today’s senate race, and you’ll hear why;

The Weekly Standard’s Chris Deaton reports in from Birmingham;

More

A leader in the “Values Voter” movement, Chanel Prunier of RenewMA Coalition, talks about the Alabama senate race and the challenges of defending traditional values in deep-blue Massachusetts;

Do Republicans really believe all the Roy Moore and Donald Trump accusers are lying?

More

Reactions to President Trump’s decision on Jerusalem from Eli Lake in New York and Commentary Magazine’s Evelyn Gordon in Israel;

A former intern of John Conyers sets the standard for how women should respond to political pervery

More

Donald Trump says “Next Year In Jerusalem,” he’s just the first POTUS to actually mean it.

Steve Bannon attacks Mitt Romney’s character, proving he is, in fact, bat-snot crazy.

More

You shall be made to bake! The Supreme Court takes up the gay wedding cake case.

Republicans hop back in bed with Judge Roy Moore. (So watch the hands, guys)

More

It’s the “MAGA Monday” edition of the podcast with special guest Monica Crowley.

T. Becket Adams on the media’s monstrous weekend meltdown.

More

Every weekend, I pick two of my favorite interviews from the week to give listeners something to tune into as they do their chores, head out into holiday shopping traffic, etc. I hope you enjoy it!

This week:

More

Will the GOP trip over its own disfunction and blow the tax cut deal? We talk to Steve Hayes of Fox News and the Weekly Standard about it.

Jessica Vaughan of the Center for Immigration Studies on the horrific verdict in the Kate Steinle case as a San Francisco jury lets the killer walk.

More

Jessica Vaughan of the Center for Immigration Studies has been covering the Kate Steinle killing and the sanctuary cities issue from the beginning. In this bonus edition of the podcast, she offers her analysis of the jury’s verdict, how it happened and the impact this verdict is likely to have on immigration enforcement policy.

More

Finally! A politician makes a promise they’re guaranteed to keep!

How the heck did Matt Laure keep his job?

More

Matt Lauer makes a naughty, becomes the latest liberal fired from his media gig.

How I gave Liz Warren the nickname “Fauxcahontas” and why she deserves it.

More

The anguished cry of a Casey Stengel Republican—isn’t there anyone here who can play this game?

Who’s in and who’s out in Washington’s sex-scandal frenzy?

More

Nancy Pelosi on “How To Become A Liberal Icon.”

What’s the real story behind the CFPB battle? Legal scholar Adam White has the answers.

More

Fred Barnes of the Weekly Standard joins us for a special “get on your game face for Thanksgiving” edition of the podcast. You know that Thanksgiving dinner will feature political conversation/debate/your uncle trying to beat someone to death with a drumstick. This podcast gets you ready for the Big Conversational Game.

Plus, you know all about Thanksgiving–what about “Franks”-giving?

More

The attractive young women Charlie Rose hired to work for him were sometimes called “Charlie’s Angels.” At least eight of them now say he touched them, flashed them and generally treated them terribly. They are not responsible for his (alleged) despicable behavior. But they ARE responsible for choosing to stay and take it. Aren’t they?

Plus:

More

Charles Manson’s untimely death….as in “why couldn’t this have happened a lot sooner?”

And if you think Manson was crazy, did you hear any of the stuff Hillary Clinton was saying this weekend?

More