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Three Martini Lunch: Russian Relations
An RT anchor resigns over Putin’s propanda, Crimea eyes integration with Russia, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz compares Darrell Issa’s commitee to the strife in Ukraine and Venezuela.
Three Martini Lunch: Cold War
Today’s topics: Polls show far more Americans personally impacted by Obamacare are worse off than better off, Obama’s weak response to Russia seizing the Crimea, and liberal suggestions that conservative criticism of Obama on Ukraine equals cheering for Putin.
Three Martini Lunch: Friends
Today’s topics: Kay Hagan is STILL promising people that if they like their health plans they can keep them, John Boehner gets chummy with President Obama on immigration, and the Ninth Circuit’s bad ruling on American flag tee-shirts.
Three Martini Lunch: State of Denial
Jim and Greg explore a recent poll from CBS News showing Americans deeply dissatisfied with President Obama, worry about whether Russia’s current military moves imply an upcoming attack on Ukraine, and register disgust at Harry Reid ’s comments suggesting Obamacare horror stories are false, and that the Koch brothers are un-American.
Three Martini Lunch: Reform Agenda
Jim and Greg like that the Democrat running in a tight special House race in Florida said immigration reform was all about making sure we have enough maids and landscapers, dislike the growing likelihood that the U.S. may pull out of Afghanistan entirely this year (which will almost certainly lead to chaos), and discuss the latest soap CPAC soap opera.
Three Martini Lunch: Don’t Cross the Streams
Jim and Greg like how several key Senate races are trending, dislike the government’s own report that two-thirds of small business employees will be facing higher health-care premiums thanks to Obamacare, rip the push for mandatory parenting classes in New York, and salute the late Harold Ramis.
Three Martini Lunch: Cancelled
Jim and Greg like the progress made by the freedom fighters in Ukraine, dislike the major military spending cuts coming from the Obama administration, and enjoy Piers Morgan having his primetime CNN show axed.
Three Martini Lunch: Joe the Repealer
NR’s Alec Torres and Greg like that Joe Manchin says he will vote to repeal Obamacare, dislike that more black babies were aborted than born alive in New York City in 201, and discuss the liberals declaring war on e-cigarettes.
Three Martini Lunch: Polling Powers
Jim and Greg like that low presidential approval ratings usually mean terrible things for his party in midterm elections, shake our heads at the Obama administration’s weak response to the violence in Ukraine, and rip a Missouri state lawmaker who appropriates money for tin-foil hats for opponents to Common Core.
Three Martini Lunch: Slap Shot
Today’s topics: Russia’s Olympic hockey defeat, the CBO’s report on minimum wage hikes and employment, and James O’Keefe’s latest Project Veritas investigation of Battleground Texas.
Three Martini Lunch: The Lindsey Line
Today’s topics: Dem plans to present Obamacare as a positive in the midterms, assessing the Obama stimulus five years later, and the push to push out Lindsey Graham.
Three Martini Lunch: Legacy Issues
Today’s topics: Bill Clinton’s legacy affecting Hillary’s 2016 bid, top political donors, and John Kerry’s inconveniently big carbon footprint.
Three Martini Lunch: Delay of Game
Today’s topics: More Obamacare delays, the Ohio National Guard trains to face 2nd Amendment supporters, and hapless jihadis go boom during bomb training.
Three Martini Lunch: The Paper Chase
NR’s Kevin D. Williamson joins Greg to discuss: Whether the “Hillary Papers” will complicate her campaign, more filibuster rules changes from Harry Reid, and Keith Ellison’s belief that unemployment is freedom.
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Three Martini Lunch: Russian Dance
Today’s topics: Dems reverse course on the Keystone XL pipeline, another blah jobs report, and NBC’s glowing portrait of Vladimir Putin.
Three Martini Lunch: Lessons Learned?
Today’s topics: New Jersey Rep. Rob Andrews’s curious resignation, Clinton campaign questions, Mayor De Blasio crushes charter schools, and Cover Oregon’s funding funny business.