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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America cheer the Italian police for taking out the Berlin terrorist, the Australian authorities for foiling a Christmas Day terrorist attack and those responsible for peacefully ending a hijacking in Malta. They also get a kick out of Harry Reid calling the DNC worthless and Joe Biden concluding that Hillary Clinton never figured out why she was running. And they applaud Donald Trump for getting Egypt to scrap a UN resolution condemning Israel after hearing the Obama administration might not oppose it.

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Given her demonstrated incompetency as Secretary7 of State (Bengahzi, NK, ME in general, Russia, etc) and proven disregard for national security, not to mention the avarice (corruption?) of the Clinton Foundation leaving her open to exploitation or blackmail, why would Russia back her opponent. Seems to me they would salivate at the possibilities a president Hillary would […]

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America offer a champagne toast to the military and space heroism of John Glenn. They are surprised to see a massive jump in economic optimism since Trump’s election. They shudder as free speech is trampled in the Netherlands. And they unload on Hillary Clinton after she claims fake news is having a major impact on the nation.

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Costly recounts barely making a dent in election results; Trump gains in Wisconsin. I knew this would happen! They are finding MORE votes for Trump than either of the other candidates. Hey, thanks for the extra votes that put Trump farther in the lead, Ladies! More

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America prepare for Thanksgiving by each listing three things they’re politically thankful for this year.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are generally encouraged by Donald Trump’s plan for the first 100 days on energy, immigration, national security and more. They also scratch their heads as Trump announces he will not pursue charges against Hillary Clinton, a power the president doesn’t actually have. And they get a kick out of the push for California secession but glumly admit it probably won’t actually happen.

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Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review discuss millennials choosing Hillary Clinton by a much smaller margin than Barack Obama enjoyed in previous elections. They also unload on the liberal politicians and columnists screaming for the Electoral College to be abolished. And they slam the media for throwing a fit over Donald Trump going out to dinner without telling the media.

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hillary-lyingI know we’re supposed to pretend that Trump’s victory isn’t just another example of Obama underestimating the JV team. As for the president’s impressive 53% approval rating, I can only ascribe it to the state he has left his party in.

It’s know it’s hard to believe that being called deplorable, racist, xenophobic, nativist, fascist and jingoistic might make one reticent around pollsters, but here you have it: Donald Trump is learning the nation’s most-guarded secrets while Hillary Clinton is learning to drive to drive a car (a lot of good it will do her in Saudi Arabia.) If we could harness the awesome power of Republican schadenfreude we wouldn’t have to worry about climate change. 

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club podcast for November 15, 2016 it’s the Primal Scream edition of the podcast with your hosts, radio host Todd Feinburg and nanophysicist Mike Stopa. After six days we are all still screaming! Some scream for Donald Trump, some scream at Donald Trump and some scream, unaccountably, for ice cream.

This week on the podcast we will talk about more fallout from the election – from the enthusiastic protests of professional troublemakers and precious snowflakes to the promises, promises of Lena Durham and fellow travelers to leave the United States (don’t let the door hit you on the way out!); from the new odd couple in the White House – of course I am talking about Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon – to the nation’s courageous mayors who are reaffirming their commitment to stand in the schoolhouse doors and prevent the enforcement of Federal Law. We’ll talk about marches by the KKK that aren’t and Mike’s plan to use the purse strings of scientific research to force universities to ensure that their janitors and gardeners are all legal U.S. residents.

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club podcast for November 9, 2016 it’s the “Trump is a Genius” edition of the podcast. We’ll discuss the new reality of November 9, 2016. We’ve been wondering what this day was going to be like for *ever*. And it turns out to be better than we could possibly have imagined it! Not only did Trump win, but the sheer energy of the victory carried along almost all of his detractors on the right – at least temporarily – like a tsunami…a temporary tsunami?

We will discuss the change in the electorate that brought this about. Are the blue collar, Reagan Democrat, rust belt “leftover” voters a permanent feature of the new Republican coalition? Are Democrats in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin – what Michael Moore called the “Brexit states,” destined to be a vanishing breed just as Democrats in the South have vanished?

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There are good reasons for letting Hillary Clinton retire quietly to Chappaqua, and the Huma Abedins and Lois Lerners slither back to their abodes, without pursuit for their crimes:  1) The electorate has already administered a sort of rough justice to Hillary and her coterie More

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We were wrong. Very wrong. Greg Corombos of Radio America and Ian Tuttle of National Review discuss Donald Trump’s convincing win in the 2016 presidential election and why he won. We also discuss Republicans defying the odds to keep majorities in the House and Senate. And they observe how liberals in the media came to grips with Tuesday’s surprising results.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America offer their predictions for Election Day 2016. Jim and Greg state their final electoral college results and go over each of the key swing states. They also predict the final balance in the U.S. Senate come January and go through each of those key races. And they discuss what the numbers in the U.S House of Representatives will look like.

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In the last few days, I expected the Clinton campaign to release something seriously damaging to Trump – like maybe a picture of Trump dropping his drawers in front of a girl scout troop while simultaneously collecting cash from Vladimir Putin. Didn’t happen. More

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I told my wife that I was “somewhat likely” to vote for Trump. We’ve both been going back-and-forth on the matter. We are both a solid R for the rest of the ballot. I even said, as late as Sunday, I’m in for Trump. Recall that I’m a single-issue voter: abortion. I read this story […]

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Here’s an interesting argument for Trump, from theweek.com: As the presidential campaign hurtles towards Election Day, a popular argument must be weighing on the minds of a lot of wavering conservatives: While Hillary Clinton is flawed, she does not pose a danger to the republic in the same way Trump does. More

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Well, here we are. According to the Interwebs the F.B.I. has once again dropped the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s e-mails. Just in time to let her followers start to come home, too. More

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Breaking news into the New E-mailgate scandal that has so lifted the spirits of Republicans this last week. James Comey reports to congress that the FBI has gone through the e-mails and it has not changed their view on their initial judgement in the Clinton Server case. NBC sources are reporting to them that the […]

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In a new ruling, a federal judge slammed the IRS for continuing to hold up 501(c)(3) applications of TEA Party groups. Here it is from PJMedia: After the IRS admitted it was maltreating the groups in 2013, the agency began to process most of the applications — but some of the groups sued, and the […]

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