Join Jim and Greg as they welcome new developments in two key Senate races. First, they are intrigued by popular GOP West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice seriously considering a challenge to Sen. Joe Manchin in 2024. They also discuss Indiana Rep. Jim Banks announcing he will seek the open U.S. Senate seat in Indiana, which is already held by Republicans. They also fume as multiple school districts in Northern Virginia fail to tell National Merit Finalists of their awards out of fear of making those who didn’t receive the honor feel badly. But they do cheer Gov. Glenn Youngkin for blasting the administrators in three separate districts for their decisions. Finally, they shudder as the supposed elites gather at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, to decide what sacrifices we’re supposed to make in order to advance their global agenda.


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  1. GlennAmurgis Coolidge

    Once question I would like a journalist to ask Klaus Schwab, George Soros or John Kerry. Will these people “own nothing” and love it? Will they give up their wealth as part of the ESG tripe they are pushing. Will they own to the mistakes they pushed (see what they did to Sri Lanka) 

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  2. kedavis Coolidge

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  3. kedavis Coolidge

    Ricochet Audio Network: Tags: 3MartiniLunch, Banks, davis, Indiana, justice, Klaus Schwab, Manchin, National Merit, senate, Virginia, West Virginia, Youngkin


    I think you meant Davos.

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  4. LukeWVa Listener

    My vague recollection from 45 years ago of the PSAT for the National Merit Finalist stuff is that we could check a box to let interested colleges have our test results.  I was a Finalist and got tons of material from colleges, and my high school had nothing to do with it.

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