Join Jim and Greg as they serve up two good martinis and a really lousy one.

First, they defend Israel’s decision to target the Secretary General of Islamic Jihad at the Iranian ambassador’s residence in Syria.

Next, they welcome Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker’s rejection of Christine Blasey Ford’s comeback tour – noting that Blasey Ford did not offer a single piece of evidence to back up her story that she was assaulted by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh back in high school. Also, she condemns Blasey Ford’s allies for applying immense pressure on her supposed witnesses to corroborate her story but they refused to lie.

Finally, they groan as Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer offers a “Newcomer Rental Subsidy” to residents, promising then a monthly check of $500 for each migrant they let stay in their homes.

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  1. WilliamWarford Coolidge

    Good episode. The best look at the Kavanaugh debacle is “Justice on Trial” by Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino. Absolutely dismantles CBF’s claims one by one with irrefutable evidence. Turns out she put a second entrance in her home when she began a counseling practice at home, and the idea that she was afraid of flying was debunked by the evidence of photos of her in distant lands, to cite just two examples. Devastating to anyone who believed her claims.

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