Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America discuss Republican Greg Gianforte’s win in the special Montana congressional race a day after he roughed up a reporter and how Democrats are still looking for their first win at the ballot box in the Trump era .  They also mourn the Islamist slaughter of dozens of Coptic Christians in Egypt and point out the West is still oblivious to the fact that we are at war.  And they’re stunned that anyone actually fell for the fake letter to Bloom County cartoonist Berkeley Bloom that was supposedly sent to him by President Trump’s lawyer.

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  1. dicentra Member

    Berkley Breathed is the cartoonist of Bloom County.

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  2. Grendel Member

    “Coptic” is the adjective. The people are the “Copts”, not the “Coptics”.

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  3. Bishop Wash Member
    Bishop Wash

    Thank you Greg for the “gripping your pillow tight” line. I thought Peter Robinson would be the first to use it. During every read of this new copy I’d add that line after “sleeping with one eye open”.

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  4. David Carroll Thatcher
    David Carroll

    This is my daily must-hear podcast.  I understand the need for advertising, but I have to tell you that the Banana Republic ad at the end is so bed, I think of it as the “Banana Repuslive ad.”  It is terribly annoying.


    Kindly suggest to that advertiser that thinking adults listen to the podcast.  Not the vapid folks at whom the ad is aimed.

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