Lyndsey is in Philly for America’s game and Kelly is… team Air Force?

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Bethany and Mary Katharine game out their holiday shopping plans and strategize Black Friday sales to hit.

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The threesome is back together for this coast-to-coast, post-election extravaganza! Starting with the GOP loss in Teri’s home district of VA-10, through the Senate seat pickup in April’s Hoosier country, and ending with the disaster that is Kira’s home state of California, the ladies give you the unvarnished, grassroots perspective on Midterms 2018. Also, when did the Senate popular vote become a thing?

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After Lyndsey’s grandma got scammed, Lyndsey and Kelly talk about how to get woke and protect your grams.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America growl in frustration as the questioning of Dr. Christine Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh is chopped up into five minute chunks for each party, preventing any sort of flow to the GOP’s line of questioning. While some on the right want it to be true, Jim and Greg are skeptical of reports that two men have come forward to the Senate Judiciary Committee suspecting Dr. Ford might be remembering something they did to her. And they fume as California Sen. Kamala Harris forwards an anonymous accusation against Brett Kavanaugh containing virtually no details to the FBI for further scrutiny, leading Jim to suggest the FBI give lawmakers some clues about what they need to conduct an investigation.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America applaud Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for his Senate floor speech blasting Senate Democrats for their conduct during the Kavanaugh confirmation process. They also unload on Antifa and the other menacing groups who berated Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and his wife and forced them to leave a Washington restaurant. And they react to cable news fixture Michael Avenatti promising an air-tight case of misconduct against Brett Kavanaugh only to walk back his bravado and go silent on Twitter.

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Kira and April are coming at you this week from the Mile High City. Topics include Serena Williams, Nike’s gamble pays off, and how to tell if your picker is broken.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are glad to see polls showing Republicans inching ahead in the Tennessee and Indiana Senate races, and other key pick-up opportunities are also in reach. They also hammer President Trump for tweeting his objections to the death toll listed for last year’s hurricanes in Puerto Rico, especially as another major storm is making landfall. And they react to George W. Bush hitting the midterm campaign trail for several candidates, but not for Sen. Ted Cruz in his own state.

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Lyndsey came to Bethany’s house to clean and organize and they rewarded themselves with a trip to the Korean spa.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America applaud Politifact for not trying to explain away the birth control smear Sen. Kamala Harris aimed at Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and giving Harris “four Pinocchios.” They also cringe as a new batch of polls show President Trump’s approval taking a hit in recent weeks, because that may mean bad news in November for Republicans in competitive races. And they pause to remember the anguish of the terrorist attacks that happened on this date in 2001 and the resolve we still need to confront today’s threats.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America examine the passing of Arizona Sen. John McCain. They discuss his military record as well as a legislative career that gave conservatives reasons to cheer and reasons to fume. They also call out the hypocrisy of the mainstream media, which provided adoring coverage for McCain when he was a thorn in the side of Republicans but trashed him viciously in 2008, when he was the final impediment to an Obama presidency, and at other times when he sided with fellow Republicans. And they shake their heads as President Trump spikes any sort of White House statement on McCain’s death and the White House raises flags back to full staff.

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Kelly & Lyndsey talk goats, hiking, and vanlife

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are pleased to see a key figure from the Florida high school shooting replaced in the Broward County Sheriff’s Office but are irritated the media has stopped covering Sheriff Scott Israel, who still has his job despite failing to perform his duties before and during the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. They also reject Democrats’ call to regulate the internet as a public utility in the wake of Facebook, Apple, and YouTube’s ban of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. And they mourn for Venezuelans as dictator Nicolas Maduro survived a botched drone assassination attempt, and they discuss regulations on drones and the potential to use them for terrorism.

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The Smart Girls bravely take on the debate of the century — do women wear makeup for themselves or for other people? Listen in and then come tell us your thoughts. This was a very hot topic! Also, is it okay to criticize the wardrobe choices of a senior citizen?

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are pleasantly stunned to see the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals uphold the right to carry a firearm in public. They also roll their eyes as New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker suggests supporting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh makes one “complicit in evil.” And they slam President Trump for extending $12 billion in agricultural welfare to farmers who are getting hammered in Trump’s trade war.

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The ladies cover a lot of ground this week, starting with Teri’s new rescue pup, meandering through Kira’s thoughts on Trump and Putin and April’s Amazon Prime Day/Target Mega Sale experience, concluding with a shared appreciation for the delightfulness that is Paul Rudd (and the latest Ant Man movie!).

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This week, Kelly tries to convince Elisha and Emily to join her latest fowl scheme. From convincing husbands to navigating local regulatory framework – who knew quail could be so interesting?

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What is life really like in North Korea? Bethany is back from South Korea with some powerful stories.

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Traveling can be rough, traveling with kids can be hell… But Elisha and Bethany give you tips they use for kiddie travel. And, what’s it like to be a mom who is traveling without her kids? Find out what sage wisdom Kelly gives Bethany for her upcoming trip to South Korea!

(Photo by Steven Thompson on Unsplash.)

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On the latest LadyBrains podcast, Bethany RSVPs to a wedding invitation, Kelly buys Liberace’s driveway gates, and Emily’s neighbor doesn’t know where electricity comes from.

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