Three Martini Lunch

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Three Martini Lunch:

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. During this daily snapshot each day of the news, listeners are treated to a Good, Bad and Crazy Martini, giving fans a lunch time treat without the late afternoon hangover.

Tune in for what some call “the best 20 minutes of the day.”

GOP vs. Biden on Energy, Trump Indicted, CBS Silences Reporters Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel is in for Jim. Today, Jon and Greg discuss the House Republicans passing legislation to encourage more domestic energy production. Plus, they note Majority Leader Steve Scalise calling out Biden for throwing up hurdles to domestic exploration while asking for help from nations that hate us. They also react to a Manhattan grand jury indicting President Trump over details concerning his payments to Stormy Daniels back in 2016. With even the Washington Post editorial board suggesting this is a bad idea, what will be the legal and political fallout now and down the road? Finally, they react to reports saying that CBS News is now telling its reporters not to mention that the Nashville killer was transgender.

Battle Over Billionaires, America's Shrinking Navy, Biden's Tall Tales

Join Jim and Greg as they cheer former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz for pushing back against Sen. Bernie Sanders and other Democrats for trying to demonize him because he's a billionaire. Schultz explains how the American dream allowed him to rise from humble beginnings to achieve great wealth - a story Sanders had no interest in hearing of course. They also shudder at multiple reports that the Biden administration's Navy budget proposal doesn't even keep up with inflation, we're retiring vessels critical to deterring Chinese aggression, and within five years China's navy will have 150 more ships than we do. Finally, they roll their eyes as President Biden acts like he's an honorary member of another ethnicity - this time it's the Greeks.

Marshals Told Not to Arrest, Should We See the Manifesto? America's Spending Paradox

Join Jim and Greg as they applaud Alabama Sen. Katie Britt and her staff for discovering that U.S. Marshals were told not to arrest demonstrators outside the home of Supreme Court justices over last year's leaked abortion ruling, even though they were clearly violating federal law. They also dive into the debate over whether the Nashville killer's manifesto ought to be made public after the police say it will not be released while the investigation is active. What are the considerations for and against making it available? Finally, they sigh at another depressing poll, as Americans overwhelmingly think the federal government spends too much money but also strongly believe it spends too little on several key drivers of spending.

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The Nashville School Nightmare

Join Jim and Greg as they devote today's podcast to discussing the horrific mass shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday. The attack left three precious children dead, along with three adults who lost their lives trying to protect the kids. First, they honor the brave police officers who responded quickly to the crisis, immediately entered the school in an urgent search for the killer, and eliminated the threat within a few minutes without endangering anyone else. They also groan at news that the killer had detailed plans to attack three different locations and also texted a friend that she was going to die yesterday and that her death would be on the news. Finally, they fume as the media criticize police for referring to the killer as a woman (which is correct) instead of as a transgender man.

Please note: There is audio from the police bodycams of the moments when the killer was neutralized. That audio starts at the 2:24 mark. If you prefer not to hear it, you can skip to the 2:48 mark, when our conversation resumes.

Athletic Sanity, America's Plummeting Values, The #NeverTrump Grift Continues

Join Jim and Greg as they cheer the World Athletics Council for declaring that only biological women will be eligible for the Olympics and other elite track and field events. They also recoil at a new poll showing a sharp decline in Americans greatly valuing things like patriotism, religion, having children, and community involvement. Finally, they further expose the grifting frauds who claim to think President Trump is an existential threat to democracy itself but are doing everything they can to bury Ron DeSantis and make Trump the GOP nominee.

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