Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review welcome news that cooler temps and other factors are leading to quieter hurricane seasons. They groan as Colin Powell backs the Iran deal and Sen. Joe Manchin opposes it now that it doesn’t matter anymore. And they rip Donald Trump for saying his high school years at a military-like high school gives him more military experience than some who have actually served in the military.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review believe the Hillary Clinton email server story will be around much longer now that her former staffer plans to invoke his fifth amendment rights against self-incrimination. They’re stunned that a federal judge threw a county clerk in jail for refusing to issue any marriage licenses based on her Christian beliefs, although they acknowledge the fierce debate within the GOP over the clerk’s rights and actions. And they react to the on-air dust-up between Donald Trump and Hugh Hewitt over whether expecting Trump to know the leaders of major terrorist organizations constituted a gotcha question.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review grumble over four lousy martinis, including Gwen Ifill taunting a tweet at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after Pres. Obama secured the votes to save the Iran deal. They also groan as the VA scandal only gets worse. They assess the growing Syrian refugee crisis in eastern Europe, and they weigh in on a federal judge lifting the four-game suspension for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty applaud CNN for tweaking the rules to allow Carly Fiorina into the main debate in two weeks, since she clearly stands in the top ten right now. They also groan as 34 Senate Democrats assure the Iran deal will be enacted and they slam the Senate GOP for allowing it to happen. And they rip reports of school officials allegedly sending a girl home with a note forbidding her to continue using a Wonder Woman lunchbox because it has violent imagery.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review react to a body language expert concluding Hillary Clinton is “discombobulated” over her email scandal. We also scream as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell refuses to push for a defunding of Planned Parenthood because Pres. Obama wouldn’t sign it. And we’re stunned as David Petraeus suggests teaming up with Al Qaeda to push back against ISIS.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review cheer new polls showing Hillary slipping in Iowa and the public hating the Iran deal. They also cringe as ISIS proves to be growing rapidly and the U.S. effort to stops it fizzles. And they scold the president for once again stepping over Congress to unilaterally change the name of Mt. McKinley to Denali.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review like that voters overwhelmingly see Hillary Clinton as a liar and they have a lot of fun with the adjectives used for her, Jeb Bush and Donald Trump. If you’ve never heard Jim sing the negative adjectives of presidential candidates, here’s your chance!

They also scold people of all political persuasions for trying to assign blame for the Roanoke TV murders to a specific issue or cause rather than the killer. And they shake their heads as CNN’s debate qualification format appears ready to leave Carly Fiorina off the next debate stage despite her improvement in recent polls.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review applaud Donald Trump for maintaining order at his press conference as Fusion’s Jorge Ramos refused to wait for his turn to ask questions. They also express disappointment in Ted Cruz as he blatantly ducks Megyn Kelly’s question on how he would enforce a repeal of birthright citizenship. And they laugh as Hillary Clinton confidant and Anthony Weiner spouse Huma Abedin accuses Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley of damaging her reputation.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review look forward to the increasing possibility of a Hillary vs. Biden brawl for the 2016 nomination. They also sigh as Donald Trump resumes his Twitter offensive against Megyn Kelly. And they shake their heads at Scott Walker’s lackluster, waffling performance on the campaign trail.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review cheer the three American heroes who thwarted a terrorist attack on a European train. They also groan as the economic mess in China triggers a Wall Street sell-off. And they react to the mystery figure leaving raw meat at a North Carolina playground.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review cheer Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal for greeting pro-choice protesters at the governor’s mansion with giant video screens playing the undercover Planned Parenthood videos continuously and applaud Utah Rep. Mia Love for saying the Planned Parenthood debate is not about right vs. left but about right vs. wrong. They also groan as the media tries to distract from the immigration debate by declaring the term “anchor baby” to be offensive. And they discuss some of the most ridiculous politically correct policies on campus, including the University of California’s ban on phrases like “America is the land of opportunity” and “I believe the most qualified person should get the job” because some might see those statements as racist.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review welcome terrible poll numbers on favorability and trustworthiness for Hillary Clinton in three critical states. They also throw up their hands at revelations that Iran will be permitted to conduct its own inspections of a site suspected of developing nuclear weapons. And they react to the latest case of a prominent black activist proven to be white.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review enjoy Hillary Clinton’s pathetic attempt to defend her actions involving her private email server and her handling of classified information. They also shudder as the latest video exposing Planned Parenthood includes testimony of technicians slicing open the face of a baby with a beating heart to take out the brain for research. They react to Hillary’s very awkward interaction with Black Lives Matter. And they salute Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison for returning his kids’ participation trophies and demanding they earn awards.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are pleased to see some liberal media figures slam Hillary Clinton for her endless dishonesty, while Chris Christie chastises the media for its double standard by wondering how the press would react if he deleted his emails and said none of them dealt with the bridge investigation. They also shudder as Americans’ optimism plummets about the success awaiting future generations. And they welcome Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker’s opposition to the Iran deal but point out that it will likely be meaningless since Corker’s legislation makes it virtually impossible for critics to win.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are pleased to see Watergate reporter Bob Woodward compare Hillary Clinton’s efforts to conceal her emails to the Nixon tapes. They also slam Ann Coulter for saying she loves Donald Trump’s immigration plan so much, that he could perform abortions in the White House and she wouldn’t care. And they have fun with the Sanders campaign apologizing to Black Lives Matter and then the candidate saying he never apologized.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are pleased to see even the mainstream news media hammering Hillary Clinton for her conduct related to her emails and the pathetic defenses offered by her campaign. They also slam billionaire environmental activist Tom Steyer for spearheading numerous initiatives to tax consumers and energy companies and now wondering why gas prices are so high in California. And they react to Jesse Ventura wondering whether he could be Donald Trump’s running mate.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are glad to see the FBI forcing Hillary Clinton to hand over her private email server after two of just 40 emails reviewed are found to contain top secret information. They also groan as Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake considers backing the Iran nuclear deal. And they rip apart Newsweek magazine for suggesting the POW/MIA flag is a symbol of racist hate.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review react to Nancy Reagan inviting every GOP candidate to the next debate, except Jim Gilmore. We also discuss Rick Perry having to suspend payment to his staffers. And we wonder what it takes to get fired from the White House when a special assistant to the president is facing charges for shooting at her boyfriend and the administration only places her on unpaid leave.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review dive into the GOP mess as Trump supporters stand firm with their candidate in the wake of the Megyn Kelly controversy and GOP leaders seem eager to dismiss conservative critics along with Trump. They also react to the Black Lives Matter movement hijacking a Bernie Sanders rally in Seattle. And they discuss news that Hillary Clinton aides Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin are not complying with a judge’s orders to turn over emails.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are pleased that most Republican candidates performed well in a debate that easily drew the highest primary debate ratings ever, they cheer Carly Fiorina’s performance in the early debate and they quickly go through the performances of many of the candidates. They also wonder why Pataki, Gilmore and Graham are running for president and Jim suggests an intervention for a gloomy Sen. Graham. And they discuss the tough questions aimed at Donald Trump and his slamming of Fox News after the debate.

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