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Join Jim and Greg as they serve up three bad but very important martinis. First, they sigh as the Biden administration gives in to yet another Iranian demand in order to reach a new nuclear deal. They also wince as Democrats win the lone congressional seat in Alaska and blast the state’s ranked choice voting system that allowed a candidate who finished fourth in the actual vote with just 10 percent of the vote to win the election. And they raise alarms in response to California urging people not to charge their electric vehicles just days after announcing plans to ban gas-powered vehicles while residents in Colorado were forbidden from lowering the temperature in their own homes due to an “energy emergency.”

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It’s pretty simple. Hillary can’t be prosecuted because she was only “extremely careless” (Comey), but not “grossly negligent” (the law), and the NYT can’t be prosecuted because it’s only grossly “negligent” (the judge), but doesn’t evince “reckless disregard” (the law). Liberals call this “nuance”, a French word meaning “Heads I win, tails you lose.” Preview […]

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Query:  How is it possible to say that Ms. Palin had not demonstrated, for the purposed of a pre-trial dispositive motion, that there was clear and convincing evidence that NYT demonstrated a reckless disregard for the truth, given that all that was needed to be done, was for the NYT EB review its own archives? […]

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are glad to see Donald Trump’s alleged Supreme Court short list coming down to mostly encouraging names.  They also rip the right for its insane romance with Julian Assange, with Trump suggesting Assange is trustworthy and Sarah Palin even apologizing to Assange for condemning his publishing her own hacked emails years ago.  And they groan as Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer vows to stall at least eight Trump cabinet nominees.