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McCain Wallops Wolff

  Today’s Martinis: Meghan McCain calls out Michael Wolff’s many factual errors, Republican Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is revealed to have had an extramarital affair as he prepared to launch his ...

House GOP Retirements Pile Up

  Today’s Martinis: Polls show Missouri Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill is likely to lose to her upcoming race, California Rep. Darryl Issa (CA-49) joins the more than 30 House Republicans who are ...

Three Martini Lunch: Arpaio Runs for Senate

  Today’s Martinis: Welcoming North Korea’s participation in the Winter Olympics next month, sighing at news of former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s senate run, and rolling our eyes as the left fantasizes about ...

Oprah For President

Oprah Winfrey’s speech at the Golden Globes prompts serious talk of her running for president in 2020, the Government Accountability Office reports success in blocking gun sales to people legally ...

Three Martini Lunch: Dow Crosses 25,000

  Today’s Martinis: Getting a kick out of President Trump blasting former aide Steve Bannon, celebrating the Dow Jones Industrial Average crossing the 25,000 barrier for the first time, and enjoying the news ...

Three Martini Lunch: Iranian People Rise Up

  Today’s Martinis: Cheering the Iranian people for rising up against the mullahs, slamming Democratic activists for offering huge amounts of cash for women to publicly accuse President Trump of sexual harassment, ...

TML Awards: People & Predictions

  Today’s Martinis: Choices for person of the year, turncoat of the year, and predictions for 2018. Discuss this episode at Ricocet.  Picture: (Andrew Kelly/Reuters)

TML Awards: Best Stories of 2017

  Today’s Martinis: Choices for the most underreported, overreported, and best stories of 2017. Discuss this episode on Ricochet.  Photo: Carlos Barria/Reuters

TML Awards: Big Ideas

  Today’s Martinis: Choices for the best ideas, worst ideas, and boldest tactics of 2017. Discuss this podcast at Ricochet. Pictured: Alabama senatorial candidate Roy Moore on election day in Gallant, Ala. ...

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Brace for Impact

There are many, many ways to try to measure the 2020 presidential race. How well is Donald Trump doing in the states he needs to win compared with Joe Biden, such as Arizona and Michigan? (Not well.) How well is Donald Trump doing with the demographic groups he needs to retain, such as suburban moms and the ... Read More

Brace for Impact

There are many, many ways to try to measure the 2020 presidential race. How well is Donald Trump doing in the states he needs to win compared with Joe Biden, such as Arizona and Michigan? (Not well.) How well is Donald Trump doing with the demographic groups he needs to retain, such as suburban moms and the ... Read More

The Year of Stupid

It turned out that the novel coronavirus was only the second-most-infectious disease to spread through the U.S. this year. Satan’s Cupcake has, after all, been diagnosed in less than 1 percent of Americans. The not-so-novel imbecility virus is, on the other hand, ravaging the minds of everyone from news ... Read More

The Year of Stupid

It turned out that the novel coronavirus was only the second-most-infectious disease to spread through the U.S. this year. Satan’s Cupcake has, after all, been diagnosed in less than 1 percent of Americans. The not-so-novel imbecility virus is, on the other hand, ravaging the minds of everyone from news ... Read More

Stalin, Famine, and the New York Times

‘The world is being invaded by monsters, but I suppose you don’t want to hear about that,” Both clauses of that sentence are devastatingly true: The reference is equally to the horrors of the Soviet Union’s mass murders -- and to the West’s determination to turn its back to the monstrosity. The speaker ... Read More

Stalin, Famine, and the New York Times

‘The world is being invaded by monsters, but I suppose you don’t want to hear about that,” Both clauses of that sentence are devastatingly true: The reference is equally to the horrors of the Soviet Union’s mass murders -- and to the West’s determination to turn its back to the monstrosity. The speaker ... Read More

Repeating It Doesn’t Make It So

Remy Green and Avika M. Cohen have launched a series of articles explaining why the tirelessly reiterated tautology of Justice Gorsuch’s Bostock decision is not just correct, but obviously correct. Further, they argue that critics of the statement -- from Alito on down to little old me -- constantly acknowledge ... Read More

Repeating It Doesn’t Make It So

Remy Green and Avika M. Cohen have launched a series of articles explaining why the tirelessly reiterated tautology of Justice Gorsuch’s Bostock decision is not just correct, but obviously correct. Further, they argue that critics of the statement -- from Alito on down to little old me -- constantly acknowledge ... Read More