Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America mourn the murders of five people in an Annapolis mass shooting and are frustrated by the litany of ignored warning signs and the knee-jerk online condemnation of President Trump for the killings because of his criticisms of the media. They also applaud the police for arriving on scene in just 60 seconds and saving many lives…and the staff of the Gazette for it’s commitment to publishing a paper today. And they try to make sense of New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand suddenly supporting the abolition of ICE and wrongly insisting that no Democrats voted to confirm Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

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  1. Taras Coolidge

    Outstanding podcast!

    On the shooting in Annapolis:  you’d think the Charlie Hebdo experience would have led newspapers to think about having guns in the office, or an armed guard.  But perhaps anti-gun ideology is too strong. 

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  2. TomWilliams Inactive

    The critiques of law enforcement seem to be on the order of “Why were you not able to predict the future two years ago?”  Given enough time, everyone can present “warning signs” towards anything.  So the question is: do we want the government to spy upon us — or preemptively lock us up — based on these so-called predictors of behavior?

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