Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America offer three good martinis.  CENTCOM declares no major mistakes were made in the Yemen raid.  Rebels are preparing to lay siege to the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa.  The February jobs report looks strong.  And we have fun with the kids who stole the show in the BBC interview.

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  1. Roberto Member
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    The aforementioned video discussed at the close of the podcast.

    https://twitter.com/JOE_co_uk/status/840165524038377472

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  2. EEM Inactive
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    I know it says on the video that it was his wife, but I bet they were just guessing! I think it was the children’s nanny. Her body language suggests that she’s an employee who’s thinking, “I screwed up!” A mom would probably just say, “Come on kids, let’s not bother daddy while he’s working.”

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    EEM (View Comment):
    I know it says on the video that it was his wife, but I bet they were just guessing! I think it was the children’s nanny. Her body language suggests that she’s an employee who’s thinking, “I screwed up!” A mom would probably just say, “Come on kids, let’s not bother daddy while he’s working.”

    I’m quoting myself here because I was wrong! The woman was his wife! Apparently I need some work on interpreting “body language.”

    Here’s “the rest of the story.”

    “When the Children Crashed Dad’s BBC Interview: The Family Speaks” (Alastair Gale, WSJ)

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