Join Jim and Greg for debate reaction and a whole lot more today. Before serving up the martinis, they’re glad to see the U.S. Senate unanimously returning to the previous dress code expected on the Senate floor. Then, they cheer Alabama Sen. Katie Britt for calling out the media for their lack of interest in the horrific reality faced by countless women and children as they illegally come to America. From repeated rapes to drownings to staying indebted to the cartels after arriving, Sen. Britt says it’s a far cry from the American Dream. Then they dissect the second GOP debate held Wednesday night at the Reagan Library in California – from the strongest moments to the chaotic crosstalk to some extremely lame jokes. Finally, they express frustration as Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs hands over power for a few hours but never tells the public why she’s doing it.
Join Jim and Greg as they applaud Alabama Sen. Katie Britt and her staff for discovering that U.S. Marshals were told not to arrest demonstrators outside the home of Supreme Court justices over last year’s leaked abortion ruling, even though they were clearly violating federal law. They also dive into the debate over whether the Nashville killer’s manifesto ought to be made public after the police say it will not be released while the investigation is active. What are the considerations for and against making it available? Finally, they sigh at another depressing poll, as Americans overwhelmingly think the federal government spends too much money but also strongly believe it spends too little on several key drivers of spending.
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