Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America cheer a robust October jobs report, which shows 250,000 new jobs last month, rising wages, and job growth in every sector.  They also wince as Ainsley Earhardt of “Fox and Friends” says all President Trump wants from the press is to “be accurate and report the story the way that I want it reported.”  They also chronicle the pathetic flailing of North Dakota Democrats, who are now telling hunters they could lose their hunting licenses in other states if they vote in North Dakota.  And they take a moment to discuss the Green Party U.S. Senate candidate dropping out in Arizona, and Jim says the party is losing it’s greatest marketing ploy of all time.

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  1. Taras Coolidge

     Jim forgot James Libertarian Burns, who changed his middle name to make sure the ballot always represented him correctly. 

     In New York, the Liberal Party went to court to keep the Libertarian Party off the ballot, ostensibly to protect voters from confusion.  The libertarians ended up having to call themselves the Free Libertarian Party.

     By the way, the hit on Ainsley Earhardt sounds like a low blow:  jumping on her for a slip of the tongue.  That the sound clip is cut off so suddenly after her mistake, eliminating part of the context, seems suspicious to me.

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