Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review enjoy watching Democratic party leaders publicly feud. They also groan as China breaks its word and keeps up its hacking efforts against U.S. firms. And we react to Hillary Clinton’s bizarre laughing fit in reaction to CNN’s Jake Tapper mentioning her emails.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are glad to see the FBI being diligent about it’s probe of Hillary Clinton’s server despite political pressure to conclude there’s nothing there. They also shudder as former Defense Secretary Robert Gates says Pres. Obama is paranoid about military leaders trying to force his hand. And they react the media abruptly ending its fawning over a Joe Biden candidacy after Hillary survives first debate.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review give credit to President Obama for postponing troop removal from Afghanistan as stability erodes there. They also slam Secretary of State John Kerry for suggesting a week of imam-inspired stabbings of Jews in Israel is a result of Israel building settlements on the West Bank. And they scratch their heads over Ben Carson’s decision to put his campaign on hold for two weeks to promote his new book.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review give Jim Webb credit for being the only Democratic presidential candidate not completely living in a fantasy. They also call out Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley for not really wanting to win when they refused to confront Hillary Clinton over her email scandal. And they discuss the Democratic Party effectively choosing to embrace socialism.

They’re both here! Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review enjoy reading how Hillary Clinton’s closest supporters think she’s a mediocre candidate who repeats the same mistakes and wasn’t ready for the 2016 campaign. They also slam the Jeb Bush volunteer who confronted Donald Trump on Monday with left-wing talking points and note how Trump sullied a good response with another Twitter attack. And they unload on the U.S. official in Russia who responded to the Dutch conclusion that a Russian-made missile destroyed a commercial airliner last year by saying there was too much focus on assigning blame.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review are pleased to see Martin O’Malley become the first of Hillary Clinton’s Democratic rivals to take some shots at her. They also cringe as an employee fired from the House Benghazi Committee claims the panel is bent on destroying Hillary Clinton. And they fume as Iran’s sham court convicts Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian.

News reports have emerged that the FBI and related intelligence agencies have recently thwarted at least four attempts to sell radioactive materials to terrorist groups in the Middle East.

According to Citizens United, staff members of the State Department emailed material to the Clinton Foundation regarding Rwanda and the Congo which was later found to be classified.

The publisher of the Roseburg Beacon tells Bill O’Reilly that some Roseburg residents are not happy about President Obama’s upcoming visit. Turkey is reporting that Russian aircraft have been locking onto its jets. Liberals ponder the moral implications of eating at Chick-fil-A.

Chad Benson of Radio America guest hosts this episode of the Three Martini Lunch with the help of Jim Geraghty of National Review.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review are impressed with National Review’s Charles C.W. Cooke for exposing liberals who demand we “do something” to stop mass shootings but don’t actually have any ideas. They also sigh at another disappointing jobs report. And they have fun with the news that eight members of the Iranian women’s soccer team were actually men.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review explain why Hillary Clinton is an an increasingly difficult position as more classified emails are released and why her “Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer” defense is politically unwise. We also rip House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy for suggesting the House Benghazi Committee was about damaging Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers. And we marvel at the new movie that still claims Dan Rather was telling the truth about the George W. Bush national guard documents that are proven forgeries.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review enjoy watching liberals get a shock from reports that Pope Francis met with and supported embattled Kentucky clerk Kim Davis. They also slam the Obama administration for outsourcing Middle East policy to the Russians. And they have fun with the Trey Gowdy rumors, ranging from a movement to draft him into leadership to rumblings that he will retire.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review are encouraged by some of the conservative names being considered for House majority leader. They also shudder as Vladimir Putin swoops in as leader on the world stage as Obama retreats. And they shake their heads as Obama warns Iran that shouting “Death to America” doesn’t create jobs.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review enjoy watching Hillary Clinton dig a deeper hole for herself over her email scandal as Democrats complain that the story is sucking all the oxygen out of the Democratic race. They also shake their heads as CNBC still hasn’t set the criteria for GOP candidates to qualify for next month’s debate. And they have fun with the news that Kanye West is very impressed by Ben Carson.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review discuss the sudden resignation of House Speaker John Boehner and his successes and failures during his time as GOP House leader. They also slam the eight Senate Republicans who refused to back a continuing resolution calling for an end to taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood. And they unload on Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz for suggesting Marco Rubio was being insensitive to Jews by holding a fundraiser in the home of a Texas man who collects many historical artifacts, including some from Nazi Germany.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review react to reports that State Department employees are tired of Hillary Clinton blaming her email scandal on them. They also scratch their heads as liberal columnist Frank Rich says Republicans are supporting Ben Carson’s comments in opposition to a Muslim president because they’re racist and bigoted. And Donald Trump is now waging fights against Fox News, Club for Growth and National Review Editor Rich Lowry.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review are pleased to learn the FBI expects to recover many of Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails. They also sigh at reports that the few Syrian rebels who did actually get trained immediately surrendered and gave their weapons to Al Qaeda. And they rip Obama for his blatant hypocrisy and selective praise of Pope Francis.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review split Scott Walker’s departure from the 2016 race into three martinis. They’re glad Wisconsin will keep a great governor, that Walker had the courage to realize it wasn’t going to happen and that he appears to be a man who doesn’t feel like he needs to be president. They also shake their heads that Walker fell victim to a GOP voter mentality that any politician, even an accomplished conservative, is unacceptable this year. And they scratch their heads over Walker’s call for lots of other candidates to drop out so conservatives can rally around one person to defeat Trump – four months before the first votes are cast.

Before getting to the martinis, Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review discuss the tragic death of Jake Brewer, husband of conservative commentator and author Mary Katherine Ham. Later, they applaud House Republicans for advancing legislation to defund Planned Parenthood and impose criminal penalties on medical personnel who refuse to help babies who survive attempted abortions. They also unload on the U.S. military for ordering service members not to report or intervene as Afghan police officials regularly rape boys – and severely punish those who do. And we discuss the stunning collapse of support for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s 2016 campaign.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review love that Hillary Clinton struggles mightily to name a single accomplishment as secretary of state. They also shake their heads as the Obama Administration says the failure to train moderate Syrians isn’t Obama’s fault because he never liked the plan in the first place. And they laugh as a key figure on the Nobel committee says giving the 2009 peace prize to Obama was a mistake.

Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review shake their heads at CNN holding a three-hour debate and barely using two of the questioners. They also rip John Kasich for being critical of Planned Parenthood funding and the Iran deal but making it clear he wouldn’t do much to stop it. And they applaud several candidates for making strong conservative points.