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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast for November 21, 2017 it is the “Smelling Like a Charlie Rose” edition of the podcast — *and* it is our podcast number 150! — with your hosts radio guy Todd Feinburg and nanophysicist Mike Stopa.

Our topics this week are, first, is there something wrong with Hillary? Hillary lambasts Donald Trump for being a sexual predator in the White House with no apparent sense of irony. None. Even Mika Brzezinski is appalled at her lack of, er, tone???

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This SNL excerpt from last Saturday depicts aging Democrats pretending to be back with exciting new ideas. It was especially striking to me when Hillary asks for one more chance, then maybe another after that, and when Schumer says we haven’t felt this confident since the day before we lost to Trump. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBUxNeXgC70 More

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Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. The Day Before the End of the Clinton Machine

 

I felt like doing something different as part of my Anniversary Celebration Week posts. So I went back to Monday, The Day Before The Clinton Machine Was Destroyed, and grabbed the news. I found it quite interesting. I remembered some, and didn’t others. Picking what to post here was actually kind of difficult, but I got it down to three, all from CBS.

State of the race

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I’ll admit it. I’m not a fan of Hillary Clinton. Yes, I know, that comes as a huge surprise to all y’all, but I offer it as a cup for you to scoop the salt with as you digest the following factoid: Bill Clinton More

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I cannot stop myself from posting this for all of Ricochet to see. America made the correct choice when they rejected this horrible human being. More

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‘Democrats are gleeful’ as The Donald makes a budget deal with his good friends Chuck and Nancy. Republicans…not so much.

Ed Morrissey of Hotair.com talks about Hillary’s new book and the same old Clinton lines.

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It’s possible to be too square. Never taking a sip of alcohol? Never taking a puff of a cigarette? Never putting a dollar in a nickel slot? Therefore it shouldn’t be surprising that although a principled conservative, I don’t have much patience for the Never-Trump movement. The American Founders set an excellent example by rarely invoking absolutes […]

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are once again relieved that Hillary Clinton is not president after she once again blames everyone and everything but herself for losing to Donald Trump. They are also puzzled as a flurry of lobbying in favor of the climate deal takes place after Trump supposedly decided to withdraw from it. And they react to former Vice President Joe Biden starting a new Super PAC and fueling speculation that he may run for president in 2020 in a primary that could feature many elderly Democrats.

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How realistic is it to hope that Ms. Pantsuit’s email “problem” will be reopened? Prez Trump has previously stated that he’s not terribly interested in pursuing her, but can the DOJ go ahead and press charges anyway? What about the rest of them – Huma, Weiner, Brazile, Podesta, Mook, Lerner, Clapper, etc.? Lastly, what exactly does this mean, […]

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America enjoy watching Hillary Clinton remain immersed in her state of denial, as Hillary takes responsibility for losing to Donald Trump but seems to blame everyone else. They also react to Pres. Trump tweeting about nuking the legislative filibuster and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell saying it’s not going to happen. And they’re almost speechless as the Democrat running for Congress in Montana invites skeptics of the liberal line on climate change to go into their garages and start their cars.

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast for April 26, 2017 it’s the One Hundred Days Don’t Matter edition of the podcast. We are brought to you this week by Casper mattresses: with over twenty thousand reviews with over 4.8 out of 5 stars, it is quickly becoming the internet’s favorite mattress.

This week our special guest is the inimitable, lovely and perspicacious Mollie Hemingway. Mollie takes time out of her very busy schedule as the latest and greatest Fox News contributor to join us to talk about Susan rice and underpants gnomes and why Hillary Clinton’s team didn’t see disaster coming from a long way out.

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Why I wrote this Most of us, including me, are very happy Hillary Clinton lost the election. So most of us might not want to pony up $13.99 (Apple iBooks) for a book aimed at her supporters that explains why she lost. That’s where I come in. I spend the small bucks so you don’t […]

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I honestly intended to never talk or write about Hillary ever again, but this book Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign came out today and this article on it had something interesting. From Zero Hedge: More

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What’s more depressing: that the normalization of Hillary is entering its 25th year? Or the fact that something called “Evan McMullin” is so stridently insisting that what the nation needs right now is a whole lot more Evan McMullin?

We’re living in a news junkie’s paradise. It’s like the 70s again, except with “developments” instead of heroin. In an effort to carve out an intellectual existence outside the sphere of politics I’ve been only perusing the news, missing out on all but the biggest stories: Brexit official, the Russian hack; the subway attack in St. Petersburg; chemical weapons deployed in Syria and the tangled web we call the “intelligence community.” With regard to this last, I find the relationship between the FBI, the NSA, Justice, the Defense Intelligence Agency and countless similar agencies entirely incomprehensible. All I know is that my philosophy is now “email as if no one is watching.”

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast for January 18, 2017, it’s the Scott (Dilbert) Adams is a Real Smart Guy edition of the podcast brought to you by ZipRecruiter and SimpliSafe.

This week we have the pleasure of conversing with cartoonist and hypnotist and author and Trump supporter Scott Adams. Did you know that Adams “predicted” the election of Donald Trump 26 years ago (or his elevation to Godhood anyway, see strip, February 1990) through Dogbert and then really predicted his election in 2015? Adams realized, through his grasp of techniques of persuasion, that Trump was up to something remarkable and powerful early on.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America get the popcorn ready as the Hillary and Sanders Democrats feud over the future of the party. They also rip the media for overblowing Donald Trump’s statement on NATO being obsolete but also scold Trump for stoking some of the confusion. And they unload on the radical leftists Project Veritas caught trying to ruin an inaugural ball with stink bombs and triggering the sprinklers.

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I don’t read or listen to Jonah Goldberg podcasts, but I heard him on the radio this morning. He was on “Morning Edition” (yes, I listen to NPR). He was on an “analysis” segment about the story of Russian Hackers and the way they “hacked” our presidential election to help Donald J. Trump win the […]

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club podcast for December 27, 2016 it’s the “Was 2016 Awesome or What?” edition. This is episode number 99 of the HLC Podcast, one short of a century, and our final podcast for the phenomenal year of 2016.

Everybody loves a year in review article or story before New Year’s and since this is our last episode for 2016 we each offer three topics that have seized our imagination, thwarted our tightly held assumptions or tickled our funny-bones.

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