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Join Jim and Greg as they break down three lousy martinis. First, they shake their heads as New York Gov. Kathy Hochul and state lawmakers order the closure of fossil fuel-based power plants in the state within seven years. That would take away nearly half of the state’s energy supply and even state officials aren’t sure how they will generate enough power to make up the difference. They also wince at the latest evidence that Sen. Dianne Feinstein is no longer able to serve as a senator, discuss the political implications of a resignation, and consider whether there is any good method for addressing these cases other than leaving the decision up to a lawmaker in obvious decline. Finally, they unload on Politico, not only for a nasty attack on Ron and Casey DeSantis, but for running with the accusation that Mrs. DeSantis is some sort of Lady MacBeth, just six months after Politico condemned the “Lady MacBeth trope” when it was used against Jill Biden and Giselle Fetterman.
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New Yorkers just keep trying to vote themselves out of existence.
Jim, it’s called the Curley Effect.