Join Jim and Greg as they welcome Virginia’s investigation of a domestic Islamic organization over possible ties to terrorist organization. They urge a full and honest probe but Jim also explains why he’s not fretting over the public relations impact on the group in the meantime.

They also fume over the ongoing dearth of coverage of the approximately 10 American hostages still held by Hamas nearly a month after the attack. And now we also learn that Hamas refuses to let some 600 American residents leave Gaza without major concessions. Why are media outlets so quiet about these Americans held against their will?

Finally, they look ahead to next week’s off-year elections in several states and wonder whether Democrats can win talking almost exclusively about abortion and when Republicans will start defending their positions more effectively.

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  1. Taras Coolidge

    Toward the end, Greg Corombos (a.k.a. “He who is not always wrong”) points out that Republicans need to learn from how Donald Trump handled the abortion issue while debating Hillary Clinton.  

    Trump didn’t let the liberal moderators frame the question, but instead went straight for Democrats’ Achilles heel:   partial birth abortion.

    Jim Geraghty made no response to Greg’s praise of Trump’s political acumen.

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  2. kedavis Coolidge

    Really, Jim?  Americans “held hostage” is always a big story?  How many Americans still haven’t been able to get out of Afghanistan?

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