After saying on CNN that $1,500 in extra tax returns is a big deal to most Americans, Salena Zito received plenty of backlash on social media. She and her guest this week, veteran and author Sean Parnell, discuss if this negative reaction is justified or not before pivoting into what they are thankful and not thankful for, during what Salena has dubbed “#thankfultwitterweek.”

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  1. Israel P. Inactive
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    There is no Ricochet podcast as good as Salena Zito. Far and away.

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  2. Arahant Member
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    Israel P. (View Comment):
    There is no Ricochet podcast as good as Salena Zito. Far and away.

    I think Andrew Klavan is better, but she is a treasure.

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  3. LibertyDefender Member
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    Once again I renew my loyalty as a devoted Salena Zito groupie.  My family has always had that tradition of each person saying what he’s thankful for before the meal, and as a kid my reaction was exactly that of young Salena Zito’s – such annoying cornball feast-delaying tactics.  As an adult, I again match Salena Zito – I want to embellish my thanks for the things I was thanful for last year, and add on the new ones I’ve picked up along the way, …

    I live entirely too close to the Beltway for my mental health, these podcasts keep me connected to my country “real America” roots.  Keep ’em coming.

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