Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America recoil at the mass murder of 49 Muslims in New Zealand, the radical manifesto that came with it, and the aggravating tendency of politicians and activists to claim instantly that an attack vindicates their existing political positions. They also slam Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for mocking the idea of “thoughts and prayers” in the wake of these horrible events and then claiming she really said it to attack the NRA for carnage in New Zealand. And they have fun with Howard Schultz suggesting he would not sign any legislation as president that did not have bipartisan support or nominate any Supreme Court justice who couldn’t get two-thirds support in the Senate.

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  1. DudleyDoright49 Coolidge

    Jim, on the subject of opposition senators not objecting to SCOTUS nominees, and it worked that way until BHO decided to filibuster John Roberts, don’t you remember Robert Bork and (killer) Ted Kennedy’s public humiliation and character assignation of him?

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    • March 15, 2019, at 5:55 PM PDT
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  2. OccupantCDN Coolidge

    Get real! If there where no further supreme court justices confirmed – it would be Ruth Bader Ginsburg writing the 1-0 decisions. After the nuclear war – it’ll be upto Ruth and Keith Richards to repopulate the world. (sorry)

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    • March 18, 2019, at 1:45 AM PDT
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