Join Jim and Greg as they congratulate the Virginia legislature and Gov. Glenn Youngkin for passing common sense, bipartisan bills that outlaw formal or informal quotas on arrests and tickets by Virginia police. They also continue to be surprised at the messaging failures of the Biden White House, often with the President himself out of the loop, with transportation masking as the latest example. And despite no obvious constituency or hope of beating Donald Trump or Governor Ron DeSantis, Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger floated his name as a potential candidate in the 2024 presidential race.

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  1. GlennAmurgis Coolidge

    Kinzinger is hoping for a gig on MS-NBC

    Maybe he can get a podcast on the dispatch

    CNN might not be a network by the time he finishes his bid for President

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  2. kedavis Coolidge

    I remember Rob Long pointing out that in many situations, someone running for president is just a money run, and not only for the supposed candidate: when a potential candidate asks consultants/advisors “Should I run for President?” what the consultants/advisors hear is “Should I pay you a couple million dollars?”  The answer is ALWAYS “YES!”

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  3. kedavis Coolidge

    At the end of the first segment, about outlawing quotas for police, Greg says “hopefully it’s enforceable.”  Which is the real problem, of course:  it’s really not.

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