Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review applaud Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein for stating that ISIS is not contained, is growing significantly and needs to be destroyed. They also slam Pres. Obama for dismissing the ideas that American leadership and America winning are critical to defeating ISIS. And they react to new emails from Huma Abedin telling a colleague that Hillary Clinton is “often confused.”

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review shudder at reports that ISIS communications have advanced to the point that intelligence efforts to infiltrate have “gone dark” thanks in part to the revelations from Edward Snowden. They also slam President Obama for moving full steam ahead with his plan to bring in tens of thousands of Syrian refugees. And they are glad to see University of Missouri police considering charges against the media professor who tried to stop the press from covering campus protests.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review applaud Neil Cavuto’s dismantling of the free college arguments of the Million Student March. They also sigh as some Republicans are still trying to find a path for Mitt Romney to join the race and save the party from the likes of Donald Trump and Ben Carson. And they react to Donald Trump calling Iowans and other Americans “stupid” for believing Ben Carson’s personal story.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review discuss the FBI expanding its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails to probe whether she or any aides made false statements, which is a felony. They also slam MSNBC’s Chris Matthews for suggesting Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio aren’t Hispanic and are actually Cuban nationals. And they unload on the University of Missouri protesters for claiming the first amendment right to free speech creates a hostile learning environment for them.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review applaud the clear, direct questions in Tuesday’s debate and the substantive discussions that followed. They also cringe as Donald Trump has to be told China is not part of TPP and discuss how Trump and Ben Carson tend to get quiet as the discussions get more detailed. And they slam John Kasich for his belligerent personality and his liberal answers on everything from immigration to bank bailouts.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review cheer the decision from a federal appeals court ruling that Pres. Obama did not have the authority to take unilateral action on immigration last year. They also cringe as a Jeb Bush Super PAC targets Marco Rubio for being too pro-life. And they unload on the insanity at the University of Missouri.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review cheer Ben Carson for calling out the media’s frothing pursuit of his record but also chide Carson for being sloppy with the facts on some key moments in his life. They also shudder as Hillary Clinton suggests she would use the military much like President Obama does but take some solace in knowing she is probably lying. And they slam Yale University for apologizing that students don’t have enough “safe spaces.”

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review shudder as intelligence experts believe it’s likely ISIS or some other terrorist group smuggled a bomb onto the doomed Russian airliner. They also scold Bernie Sanders for deciding now that Hillary’s emails are an issue for concern. And they shake their heads at the massive protests of Donald Trump’s appearance on Saturday Night Live. No┬ápodcast Friday. We’ll be back Monday.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review cheer the election of a conservative governor in Kentucky, the GOP holding the Virginia Senate and voters rejecting liberal initiatives in Houston and Ohio. They also groan as TransCanada asks for its Keystone XL pipeline request to be to be postponed and they slam the Obama administration for its endless delay in deciding on the pipeline. And they unload on the Department of Education for forcing an Illinois high school to allow a male who “identifies” as a female to dress and shower with the girls on his team.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review cheer MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough for pointing out that every one of the top network television news positions is held by a liberal and has been for 50 years. They sigh as the Republican candidates turn frustration over the CNBC debate into a circus of endless demands. And they slam New York Times “conservative” columnist David Brooks for saying he will move to Canada if Trump wins.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are cautiously pleased with House Speaker Paul Ryan’s vows to champion conservative solutions and stay away from immigration while Obama is in office. They also slam Bill Gates for suggesting we need to abandon the free market to address climate change. And they pay tribute to the late Sen. Fred Thompson.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review cheer Marco Rubio for defending his description of Hillary Clinton as lying about Benghazi and eviscerating Charlie Rose’s efforts to defend her. They’re also worried that Pres. Obama is still not serious about wiping out ISIS with his very limited deployment of special forces to Syria. And they react to the women of “The View” referring to Carly Fiorina’s smile as “demented” and a “Halloween mask.”

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are glad to see a unified GOP conference as Paul Ryan is elected speaker and are optimistic in his potential as speaker. They also hammer CNBC for its horrible management of Wednesday’s GOP debate and loved the rebuke from Ted Cruz. Jim calls out Ben Carson for lying about his connection to Mannetech. And, of course, we have a blimp reference.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review applaud House Republicans for pursuing impeachment charges against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen. They also scold House Republicans for contributing to the resurrection of the Export-Import Bank. And they have no patience for the campaigns griping about their green rooms prior to the presidential debate at Colorado University.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review give credit to MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski for calling Hillary Clinton “pathetic” for playing the gender card against Bernie Sanders. They also question the choice of liberal John Harwood to moderate Wednesday’s GOP debate on CNBC. And they shake their heads as MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry tells her guests to be wary of using the term “hard worker” because she somehow connects it to slavery and single moms.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review highlight the important messages for young men to grow up and embrace responsibility in Jim’s new book, “Heavy Lifting.” They also sigh as the Justice Department, to the surprise of no one, refuses to prosecute Lois Lerner over the IRS targeting of conservative groups. And they marvel at just how terrible Jeb Bush has been at running for president.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review applaud the Republicans on the Benghazi committee for revealing key facts, including that Hillary knew right away that the video had nothing to do with the attack. They also scold some GOP members for using the hearing as a soapbox. And they slam Democrats for doing nothing but ripping Republicans and sucking up to Hillary.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Joel Gehrke of National Review react to Vice President Joe Biden’s decision not to run for president in 2016 and enjoy the shots he fired at Hillary Clinton as he declined to join the campaign. They also shudder as Wikileaks hacks into CIA Director John Brennan’s AOL account and publishes his personal information. And they discuss the latest twists and turns in the race for Speaker of the House that seem to be leading to the election of Paul Ryan.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Joel Gehrke of National Review discuss Paul Ryan’s demands before running for speaker. They groan as President Obama vows to veto legislation designed to prevent defaulting on debt payments if the debt ceiling is not extended. And they slam the media for bending over backwards to distort the truth behind the latest Middle East violence.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review discuss new poll results showing Democrats are more favorable towards socialism than capitalism by a 12-point margin and how that should be a huge advantage for conservatives in 2016. They also slam Joe Biden for dragging out his decision on whether to run for president. And they shake their heads as Jim Webb abruptly quits his 2016 bid and the Democratic Party while mulling an independent bid. Finally, they observe five years of the Three Martini Lunch by looking back on one of their favorite martinis of all time.