Human Events Political Editor John Gizzi discusses the week in politics, starting with President Obama getting a strong rebuke from voters in his own party. Obama got less than 60 percent of the vote against no opposition in Kentucky and did only slightly better against a little-known challenger in Arkansas. Gizzi explains what message these voters are sending and whether this frustration will reappear in November. Gizzi also weighs in on the the early disagreements between President Obama and new French President Francois Hollande - especially on Afghanistan. We’ll also hear Gizzi’s take on whether longtime Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch will hold on in his GOP primary or become the next incumbent sent packing by the Tea Party.