Jim Geraghty of National Review and Rich McFadden of Radio America react to the first night of CNN Democratic presidential debates. They discuss the moderate candidates challenging Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren on the feasibility of their left-wing agendas. They lament the structure of presidential debates and the time constraints placed on candidates. And they respond to Marianne Williamson’s performance with her warnings of “dark psychic forces.”

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and fill in host Rich McFadden of Radio America skip the good and bad martinis today and go with 3 crazy martinis! Stacey Abrams can’t accept that she lost and will stop at nothing to ensure a new election in Georgia. Kamala Harris asks ICE Nominee: “Are You Aware There’s A Perception That ICE Is Like The KKK?” And for the final crazy martini our favorite new democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gets in closed-door fight with veteran lawmaker over climate change! This is fun stuff!

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Rich McFadden of Radio America feeling optimistic after a recent poll shows that Republican Karen Handel has a slim lead over Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff in the Georgia runoff election. They also praise the Supreme Court which ruled unanimously in favor of protecting trademarks that some parties may consider offensive or disparaging. And they applaud the U.S. military as they down the third pro-Syrian regime aircraft this month, an action which prompted a harsh Russian response.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Rich McFadden of Radio America react to news of yet another terror attack in the UK which targeted British Muslims outside of a London mosque after their evening prayers for Ramadan. They also discuss the Supreme Court’s announcement that they will take up the partisan gerrymandering case in the state of Wisconsin to determine whether or not the act is unconstitutional. And they respond to Erick Erickson’s sensationalist comments as he refers to the left as “America’s ISIS” and advocates for state secession.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Rich McFadden of Radio America discuss the legitimacy of Russia’s claims that they killed top ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in late May. They also express frustration over more heated tweets from President Donald Trump today in which he angrily states that he is being investigated for obstruction of justice. And they have a field day with the news that Alex Jones of Infowars released secret recordings from behind the scenes of his interview with Megyn Kelly, an interview which sparked major controversy and outrage across the nation.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Rich McFadden of Radio America applaud Congress for their decision to not allow yesterday’s shooting to cancel the Congressional Baseball Game, a tradition held since 1909. They also express their overwhelming disgust at the New York Times editorial board for publishing an egregious article which falsely claims that political motives caused the 2011 shooting of Rep. Gabby Giffords. And they voice their disbelief at law enforcement officials who ignored the numerous warning signs that pointed towards the Alexandria shooter’s potential for future violence.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Rich McFadden of Radio America discuss the Capitol Police response to the shooting early Wednesday morning in Alexandria, VA where House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and others were injured during their practice for the 2017 Congressional Baseball Game. They also speculate about the possible motive of the 66-year old shooter from Illinois based on reports of his incendiary political views found on his social media account. And they react to the polarized responses on social media that are erupting across the political spectrum following the attack.

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Nicky Haley wasting no time getting busy, What happens in Vegas just got more expensive thanks to the Raiders, The White House wants to learn to juggle!

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Rich McFadden, in for Greg Corombos, and Jim Geraghty discuss Monday’s Good, Bad, and Crazy political Martini stories of the day from Washington. Good … It looks like Gorsuch may get a pass from the Dems and get a vote without a filibuster. Bad …. Is the GOP really just going to leave healthcare laying on the floor to die? Crazy …. “People, can’t we all just get along?” The White House thinks after healthcare it can have a kumbaya moment with the Dems.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Rich McFadden of Radio America react to the surprising Vanity Fair article blasting the media’s left-wing bias, chatter about Al Qaeda attacks on Election Day, and David Frum’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton.

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While Greg Corombos is away his Radio America colleague Rich McFadden sits in with National Review’s Jim Geraghty to discuss today’s three martinis for conservatives: North Korea tests a ballistic missile, Donald Trump appears on Russian TV, and the Seattle Seahawks have a plan for 9/11.

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Filling in for Greg Corombos, Radio America’s Rich McFadden serves up three martinis for conservatives with National Review’s Jim Geraghty. Hillary gets confronted over her reckless e-mail security at a veterans’ forum and holds a dud of a press conference, and Gary Johnson stumbles over a question of Syrian geography.

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Radio America’s Rich McFadden sits in for Greg Corombos today to share three martinis with National Review’s Jim Geraghty, and with all of us. They talk about the big campaign fundraising haul for Senate Republicans, Sean Hannity’s interview with Julian Assange about hacking Hillary Clinton, and Evan McMullin’s (sort of) naming of his running mate.

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