Join Jim and Greg as they breathe a big sigh of relief that Eric Schmitt will be the GOP nominee for U.S. Senate in Missouri – and also that Eric Greitens won’t be. They also wince as the pro-life side takes a drubbing in Kansas but aren’t convinced there’s been a sea change in the midterms. And they try to sort out America’s paradoxical “One China Policy.”

 

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  1. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    Greg and Jim, by reading those ads for NetChoice, a blatantly obvious front for the Big Tech monopolies, you damage your reputations for integrity.

    It would be bad — but not as bad — even if these were merely drop-in ads, read by somebody else, given that those monopolies habitually use their power to silence conservatives.

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