Join Greg and National Review’s David Harsanyi as they criticize The Atlantic’s Anne Applebaum for her weak deflection after a young college student challenges her on the media’s role in the cover-up of the Hunter Biden laptop scandal. David discusses his book, Eurotrash, and discusses why the U.S. should not look to Europe as model for economic policies here. And after a unanimous vote last week, Palm Springs, California, will pay transgender and non-binary individuals $900 dollars a month with no strings attached.

 

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  1. James Hageman Coolidge
    James Hageman
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    How about if Cracker Jack made a better product, and worried more about my broken teeth than my hurt feelings.

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  2. FredGoodhue Coolidge
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    I think it was The Babylon Bee, which announced that Cracker Jack is changing its name to Caucasian Jack.  Now it will be Caucasian Jill.  They should get Jill Biden to be the spokesperson.

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  3. GlennAmurgis Coolidge
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    FredGoodhue (View Comment):

    I think it was The Babylon Bee, which announced that Cracker Jack is changing its name to Caucasian Jack. Now it will be Caucasian Jill. They should get Jill Biden to be the spokesperson.

    Dr Cracker Jill to you

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