Jim and Greg are fascinated to see public opinion catching up with the troubling performance of President Biden, especially among independents and women. They also groan as California voters overwhelmingly vote to keep Gov. Gavin Newsom and Democrats are likely to see the results as proof of support for their radical agenda. And they hammer away at Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley following reports he told Chinese officials he would tip them off if President Trump ordered an attack against them.

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  1. Eustace C. Scrubb Member
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    It was difficult to listen to that much Newsom.

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  2. kedavis Member
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    Eustace C. Scrubb (View Comment):

    It was difficult to listen to that much Newsom.

    I don’t want to think about how awful it must be for people who actually live in that state.  But for a lot of them, I guess Newsom is like a symphony.

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  3. Eeyore Member
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    kedavis (View Comment):
    I don’t want to think about how awful it must be for people who actually live in that state.  But for a lot of them, I guess Newsom is like a symphony.

    In that case, Newsom has spent a lot of time listening to John Cage to compose that symphony.

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