Join Jim and Greg as they serve up three lousy martinis. First, they shudder as 30-year mortgage interest rates hit eight percent, meaning monthly payments on a $400,000 home are now $1,000 more expensive per month than they were just two years ago. They also hammer Health and Human Services Sec. Xavier Becerra for pushing for a “universal system of public health even though he admits the Constitution doesn’t allow it. He thinks it’s bad that different states could set different policies during the pandemic and he wants more power over your life to address climate change. Then, they slam Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib for repeating the debunked Hamas propaganda about Israel bombing a hospital in Gaza. Finally, on a more positive note, they observe an important milestone and make an announcement about the next couple of weeks.

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