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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: Jeb the Explorer



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Jeb Bush “explores” a presidential run in 2016, the Taliban stage a horrific attack at a Pakistani school, and a Harvard law student defends the call to postpone final exams because students are distraught over the grand jury decisions in Ferguson and NYC.

Three Martini Lunch: Over the Lines



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Americans largely see through the partisan CIA report from Senate Democrats, the hostage crisis in Sydney, and Greenpeace tramples on the Nazca Lines in Peru for a PR stunt.

Three Martini Lunch: Funny Money



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Tom Coburn’s farewell message to the U.S. Senate, GOP House leaders thumb their noses at conservatives on the “cromnibus” spending bill, and an MSNBC host asks Rick Perry if he’s smart enough to be president.

Three Martini Lunch: Warren on the Warpath



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Josh Earnest stumbles defending drone strikes, Elizabeth Warren slams the House budget bill, and the president of Smith College apologizes for saying “All Lives Matter.”

Three Martini Lunch: Stuck on Stupid



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National Review’s Patrick Brennan joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Trey Gowdy interrogates Jonathan Gruber, Bob Kerry slams the Senate’s partisan CIA report, and telling tales about Obama’s temper tantrums.

Three Martini Lunch: Intelligence Failure



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics:  John Kerry demands a delay of the Senate’s CIA report to get security ready, the report’s dubious premise, and dangerous drones at TGI Friday’s.

Three Martini Lunch: Landrieu Loses



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Bill Cassidy crushes Mary Landrieu in Louisiana, a failed attempt to rescue an American hostage in Yemen, and Van Jones offers to kiss Rich Lowry on national television.

Three Martini Lunch: The Bridge to Nowhere



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Tody’s topics: Good news on jobs, Chris Christie is cleared of corruption in the “Bridgegate” scandal, and the scandalous behavior of the new regime at the New Republic.

Three Martini Lunch: Bayou Bash



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National Review’s Andrew Johnson joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Bill Cassidy looks set to handily defeat Mary Landrieu to grab a Louisiana Senate seat, the Treasury Department refuses to hand over potentially incriminating documents, and a soap-opera producer is our new ambassador to Hungary.

Three Martini Lunch: Fun for the Border



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National Review’s Andrew Johnson joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson thinks Obama’s exucutive action did not change immigration law, Jeb Bush says Republicans shouldn’t cater to conservatives, and Kathleen Sebelius channels her inner Jonathan Gruber.

Three Martini Lunch: Best Defense?



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: President Obama taps Ashton Carter to head the Pentagon, the GOP’s strategy for responding to Obama’s amnesty action, and the press piles on a House GOP staffer.

Three Martini Lunch: Mary Landrieu’s Bad News Bayou



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Early voting trends in the Louisiana Senate runoff spell bad news for Mary Landrieu, how the GOP will respond to Obama’s executive orders on immigration, and Ferguson protesters block traffic in major cities nationwide.

Three Martini Lunch: Holiday Gift List



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and host Greg Corombos discuss their Black Friday “gifts” for political figures.

Three Martini Lunch: Politically Thankful



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty and host Greg Corombos discuss what they are politically thankful for this holiday season — in particular the midterm elections.

Three Martini Lunch: Fire in Ferguson



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Rioting in Ferguson and Obama’s ill-timed comments, the Ferguson D.A. slams cable news and social media coverage of the investigation, and critics of Chuck Hagel have their say.

Three Martini Lunch: Good Luck, Chuck



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics:  Chuck Hagel is out at the Pentagon, Obama says future presidents shouldn’t use executive actions for taxes, and Marion Barry’s inexplicable deification.

Three Martini Lunch: Amnesty Action



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Jim Geraghty joins guest host Brett Winterble to discuss President Obama’s immigration action speech. Should the GOP be pleased that the action does not offer a path to citizenship? Is the President daring Republicans. And the mainstream media fact-checks POTUS.

Three Martini Lunch: On His Own



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Polls show Americans staunchly oppose Obama’s unilateral approach to immigration, Obama’s impending violation of the Constitution, and Jim Webb eyes a 2016 presidential bid.

Three Martini Lunch: Valuable Valerie



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Obama’s bull-headed approach on unpopular policies puts Hillary in a difficult position for 2016, the Keystone XL pipeline loses again in the Senate (probably spelling the end for Mary Landrieu), and a Daily Beast column suggests Valerie Jarrett saved the 2008 Obama campaign.

Three Martini Lunch: Bad Advice



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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins host Greg Corombos. Today’s topics: Another Jonathan Gruber video puts the lie to Obama’s claim that he was just “some adviser”; political and media excitement in anticipation of riots in Ferguson, Missouri; and a new ad from Mary Landrieu accuses Bill Cassidy and Bobby Jindal of race-baiting.

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