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Three Martini Lunch is a funny, edgy and fast-paced podcast of the day’s major political stories, hosted by Radio America’s Greg Corombos and Jim Geraghty of National Review.

Three Martini Lunch: Border Crossing



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National Review’s Andrew Johnson and Radio America’s Greg Corombos discuss current events. Today’s topics: House leaders pull a weak border-security bill, the steep price of the Bowe Bergdahl swap, and Maryland governor Bob Ehrlich mulls a run for the White House.

Three Martini Lunch: Too Good to be True?



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and Radio America’s Greg Corombos discuss current events. Today’s topics: Even Bernie Sanders calls BS on Obama’s rosy economic report, Donald Trump and Sarah Palin flirt with running in 2016, and a drone crashes on the grounds of the White House.

Three Martini Lunch: Run, Marco, Run!



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and Radio America’s Greg Corombos discuss current events. Today’s topics: Marco Rubio looks set to run for president, Yemen devolves into chaos, and the White House grumbles over Boehner’s invitation to Benjamin Netanyahu.

Three Martini Lunch: Life Matters



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and Radio America’s Greg Corombos discuss current events. Today’s topics: John Boehner and Bob Menendez defy the White House over Iran, House Republicans pull a bill to protect the unborn after 20 weeks, and Jeb Bush’s problematic connections to a corrupt businessman.

Three Martini Lunch: Man of His Words



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and Radio America’s Greg Corombos discuss current events. Today’s topics: Wrapping up last night’s State of the Union speech, including Obama’s rosy version of the state of our economy and a disingenuous call for bipartisanship. Bonus: A deflate-gate update.

Three Martini Lunch: State of Affairs



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and Radio America’s Greg Corombos discuss current events. Today’s topics: Republicans look to roll back Obama regulations, the impending drudgery of the State of the Union speech, and Michael Moore slams “American Sniper.”

Three Martini Lunch: The Taxman Cometh



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and Radio America’s Greg Corombos discuss current events. Today’s topics: Hawaii Democratic representative Tulsi Gabbard hammers the Obama administration for obfuscating on radical Islam, Obama preps more tax hikes, and a deflation scandal threatens the New England Patriots.

Three Martini Lunch: Taylor-Made for Mockery



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National Review’s Jim Geraghy joins Radio America’s Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Europe gets serious about radicals in their midst, Republicans waver on stopping Obama’s executive amnesty, and John Kerry brings James Taylor along to tell France “You’ve Got A Friend.”

Three Martini Lunch: Religious Language



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and Radio America’s Greg Corombos discuss current events. Today’s topics: The foreign-policy establishment declares Obama’s foreign policy a failure, Pope Francis says there should be a limit to free expression when it comes to religion, and Bainbridge Island bans cheese at City Hall.

Three Martini Lunch: The 2016 Race



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and host Greg Corombos discuss current events. Today’s topics: The 2016 GOP presidential field takes shape, al-Qaeda in Yemen takes credit for the Paris terrorist attacks, and Virginia voters re-elect a tainted state delegate.

Three Martini Lunch: Pipe Dreams



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and host Greg Corombos discuss current events. Today’s topics: More Democrats line up behind the Keystone pipeline, Obama issues five veto threats to the new Congress, and Jimmy Carter blames Israel for the terror attacks in France.

Three Martini Lunch: Passing on Paris



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National Review’s Jim Geragthy and host Greg Corombos discuss current events. Today’s topics: The Obama administration sends no top official to the big Paris march — and the mainstream media calls them on it — and revelations about Ben Carson’s connection to an embattled Texas supplement maker.

Three Martini Lunch: Passing Gas



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: The Nebraska Supreme Court shoots down a challenge to the Keystone pipeline, Republicans weigh a gas tax hike, and the dreaded Ames Iowa Straw Poll returns.

Three Martini Lunch: Fighting Words



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National Review’s Eliana Johnson joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Bill Maher rips liberals for giving radical Muslims a pass, major media demur from running Mohammed cartoons, and a former Rolling Stone editor compares the massacre in Paris to a Jerry Falwell lawsuit.

Three Martini Lunch: Obstructionist-in-Chief



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Will an Obama veto of the Keystone pipeline paint him as an obstructionist? Media liberals are bafflingly unclear on the motives of the Paris terrorist attacks. And why is the White House going easy on Cuba?

Three Martini Lunch: Capitol Control



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: The GOP majority across Capitol Hill, the GOP’s anti-amnesty strategy, and newly elected N.Y. Rep. Chris Gibson announces his impending retirement.

Three Martini Lunch: Bouncing Boehner



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: House conservatives move to oust John Boehner as speaker, the rift between GOP donors and conservative grassroots, and Mike Huckabee explores another presidential run.

Three Martini Lunch: 2015 Political Resolutions



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and host Greg Corombos discuss their nominations for person of the year, turncoat of the year, and resolutions for 2015.

Three Martini Lunch: 2014 Political Stories



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and host Greg Corombos discuss their nominations for under-reported story, over-reported story, and best story of 2014

Three Martini Lunch: 2014 Political Games



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and host Greg Corombos discuss their nominations for best political idea, worst political idea, and boldest tactic of 2014.

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