Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America react to reports that Donald Trump’s son-in-law has engaged in talks about Trump starting a cable news channel.  They also slam CNN’s Chris Cuomo for falsely telling viewers it’s a crime for them to read Wikileaks emails for themselves so they need to rely on the media to tell them what’s important.  And they groan as a third of U.S. millennials believe George W. Bush killed more people than Joseph Stalin did.

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  1. Merrijane Inactive

    I love Greg’s laugh. If somebody laughed at my lame jokes like that, it would help me feel a whole lot funnier, too.

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  2. Lazy_Millennial Inactive

    Regarding the third martini, we’re going to try socialism again, since capitalism has made the 21st-century world a rapidly-warming hellscape of oppression and injustice. We won’t worry about how it turned out in the 20th century, since those old commies weren’t “real democractic socialists”, and also didn’t have computers to make it all run. When you point out that they did have computers, we’ll note that they weren’t macs.

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  3. Randy Webster Member
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    I was surprised when Jim was discussing the fact that many millennials think that Bush killed more people than Stalin that he started off talking about the Holocaust.

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