Join Jim and Greg as they cheer Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin for making a strong case to permanently kill the horrible car tax that resident have to pay every year simply for owning a car. But will the idea go anywhere with Democrats controlling the legislature?
Then they dig into the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision to ban Donald Trump from the 2024 Republican primary ballot because he allegedly led an insurrection, and that disqualifies him under the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. But with no criminal charges of insurrection and a political acquittal, does the court have any grounds to do this? The U.S. Supreme Court will decide.
They also blast White House National Security Council Spokesman John Kirby for trying to convince us that we really didn’t leave tens of billions worth of military equipment behind in Afghanistan.
Finally, be sure to catch Jim and Greg handing out their prestigious 3 Martini Lunch Awards starting Thursday and running through the end of the year. They’ll reveal their choices for the most overrated and underrated political figures, rising political stars and figures fading into oblivion, beast and worst political ideas, best and worst political theater, and overreported and underreported stories of the year. At the end of next week, they will announce their choices for Person of the Year, Turncoat of the Year, and make predictions for 2024. Join us tomorrow for all of the fun!
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