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Three Martini Lunch: DNC Dead Broke

  Today’s Martinis: The Democratic National Committee is strapped for cash, Maryland GOP Governor Larry Hogan wants to opt out of the Trump’s administration’s plans for offshore energy exploration, and PolitiFact hired unhinged ...
Three Martini Lunch

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

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Three Martini Lunch: GOP Governors Look Strong

  Today’s Martinis: The ten most popular governors in the U.S. are all Republicans, Treasury Department officials project nearly trillion dollar deficits returning this fiscal year, and the FISA memo continues ...

Three Martini Lunch: Kennedy’s Disingenuous Response

  Today’s Martinis: Applauding much of President Trump’s State of the Union address, rolling our eyes as Rep. Joseph Kennedy III delivers the Democratic response, and sighing as Democrats refuse to applaud good ...

Three Martini Lunch: Gillibrand’s #MeToo Mess

  Today’s Martinis: New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand waffling about sexual harassment allegations, Hillary Clinton’s horrible double standard regarding sexual harassment, and an ugly and pointless exchange between Trump and the ...

Three Martini Lunch: Trump Doesn’t Fire Mueller

  Today’s Martinis: Watching the media frothing over President Trump allegedly trying to have Special Counsel Robert Mueller fired, discussing President Trump’s major concessions on amnesty in his his immigration legislation framework, ...

Three Martini Lunch: Brighter House Outlook for GOP?

  Cheering up a bit following Jim Geraghty’s study indicating 2018 might not be so bad for Republicans, wondering what President Trump would have to gain by talking with Special Counsel Robert Mueller, ...

Three Martini Lunch: Impending Economic Boom?

  Today’s Martinis: Bank of America Chief Executive Brian Moynihan suggests the recent tax bill will trigger “massive new investment” in the United States, two state Democratic lawmakers in California push a ten percent tax ...

Three Martini Lunch: Dems Feel Heat on Shutdown

  Today’s Martinis: Chatting before the Senate vote that ended the government shutdown, not believing the FBI’s explanation as to how it lost five months worth of text messages from Peter Strzok, ...

Three Martini Lunch: Are Reporters Fit to Serve?

  Today’s Martinis: Welcoming a new poll showing nearly half of Americans hold a positive view of the Republican tax bill, wincing as Democrats win a usually safe Republican seat in the ...

Three Martini Lunch: Auto Jobs Coming Back

  Today’s Martinis: Cheering as Fiat Chrysler announces a billion-dollar investment in Michigan and planning to add 2,500 jobs to build Ram pickup trucks again, recoiling at President Trump’s attitude towards people ...

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