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Three Martini Lunch: United After All



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Jim and Greg discuss the decision by Scots to stay in the United Kingdom, Obama’s very hands-on role in the Syria bombing campaign, and Joe Biden’s latest gaffe-a-thon.

Three Martini Lunch: Back in the Hunt?



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Jim and Greg discuss good news for the GOP in the latest polls, White House intimidation of families of two journalists murdered by ISIS, and rumors that Jon Huntsman may run as an independent in 2016.

Three Martini Lunch: Run Bobby Run!



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Jim and Greg discuss Bobby Jindal’s presidential prospects, mixed messages from the White House on their ISIS battle plan, and Luis Gutierrez’s bizarre immigration views.

Three Martini Lunch: Facebook Friends



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NRO’s Andrew Johnson joins Jim to discuss Ed Schultz and Jonathan Chait still giving Hillary the cold shoulder, Democratic momentum in the N.C, Senate race, and Jeff Session’s war of words with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg.

Three Martini Lunch: Bad News Dems



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Jim and Greg discuss Jay Carney’s pessimism about the midterms, new allegations that State protected Hillary from the Benghazi probe, and John Kerry’s tortured definitions.

Three Martini Lunch: Declaration of What?



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Jim and Greg discuss Obama’s falling support among women, why capturing terrorists is better than killing them, and why John Kerry insists we are not going to war against ISIS.

Three Martini Lunch: War Plans



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Jim and Greg discuss President Obama’s ISIS speech, his promise of no “boots on the ground,” the claim that Yemen and Somalia are models, and his injection of domestic politics.

Three Martini Lunch: National Insecurity



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Jim and Greg discuss the Democrats’ abysmal reputation on national security, a prosecutor’s personal vendetta against governor Scott Walker, and the DOJ’s bungled attempt to collude with Congress.

Three Martini Lunch: Free Speech?



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Jim and Greg discuss Obama’s tanking approval numbers, Harry Reid’s bid to hobble the First Amendment, and the Ray Rice scandal.

Three Martini Lunch: Freedom!



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Jim and Greg discuss good news for the GOP in new polls, Scotland’s vote for independence, and Obama’s immigration politics.

Three Martini Lunch: Hate Speech



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Jim and Greg discuss Bob McDonnell’s downfall, terrible August jobs report, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s execrable remarks about Governor Scott Walker.

Three Martini Lunch: Mandate From Heaven?



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Jim and Greg discuss Mark Begich’s disgusting political ad, Pat Roberts’s Kansas senate-seat race, and John Kerry invoking God to combat climate change.

Three Martini Lunch: Do Not Disturb



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Jim and Greg discuss Obama’s promise to defend Estonia, his failure to take ISIS seriously for at least a year, and terrorists being in possession of multiple jet airliners in Tripoli.

Three Martini Lunch: Paper Trial



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Jim and Greg discuss the former Reagan aide who is now the new publisher at The Washington Post, revelations that student visas are still a security problem, and Putin’s claim he could take Kiev in two weeks.

Three Martini Lunch: Little League Politics



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National Review’s Andrew Johnson joins Greg to discuss the Ohio governor’s race leaning Republican, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn’s Little League strike out, why women STILL don’t like the GOP, and whether our universe is a hologram.

Three Martini Lunch: Hot Air



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Jim and Greg discuss turning the border crisis from a national issue into a local one, Obama going around Congress to pursue his climate agenda, and blaming politicians for Ebola.

Three Martini Lunch: Approved Text



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Jim and Greg discuss Dem worries about losing the Senate, a new government program to monitor Internet speech, and more administration leaks about military operations.

Three Martini Lunch: Pink Cookies



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Jim and Greg discuss British intelligence’s quick ID of the ISIS fanatic who killed James Foley, the Dem’s apparent motivation advantage in the midterms, and federal nutrition standards that spell the end of the pink cookie.

Three Martini Lunch: Point Man



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Jim and Greg discuss Scott Brown’s strong poll numbers, clueless spokespersons at the State Department, and where President Obama gets his information about the unrest in Ferguson.

Three Martini Lunch: Campaign Optics



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National Review’s Andrew Johnson joins Greg to discuss tight races in the 2014 midterms and bad optics in the White House’s response to the murder of James Foley.

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