Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America cheer Neil Gorsuch and other Supreme Court justices for blasting civil asset forfeiture in an Indiana case that may soon limit the government’s ability to seize property from suspected and convicted criminals.  They also sigh as Jeff Flake forces the cancellation of committee votes on two dozen judicial nominees because he can’t get a floor vote on legislation to protect special counsel Bob Mueller.  They also imagine the sanctimony primary between Flake and John Kasich as both seem interested in launching irrelevant 2020 presidential campaigns.  And they react to Stormy Daniels revealing that attorney Michael Avenatti has filed suits and made statements in her name that she never approved and that Avenatti won’t tell her how he’s spending the money many people have donated to her legal cause.

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  1. Texmoor Coolidge

    Is it just me or did everyone get to listen to an auto parts commercial in Spanish at the start of the podcast?

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  2. La Tapada Member
    La Tapada

    I’ve been getting Spanish-language advertisements on the Federalist podcast. It made me wonder whether google/the internet knows I am bilingual (as a professional translator, I do a LOT of research online in Spanish.)

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  3. Eustace C. Scrubb Member
    Eustace C. Scrubb

    I get some Spanish language ads and I know pico Spanish.

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