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Biden/Booker Battle

Are some Democratic presidential candidates trying to eliminate convenient parts of history? Do the woke mobs represent the balance of opinion among ordinary Democrats? Should the fight against socialism make up the majority of Trump’s three hour rallies? How much do crowd size and enthusiasm matter? Editor of National Review, Rich Lowry joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Be Wary Of The Eager Martyr

Is the author of the anonymous op-ed already working out their exit strategy? Was there anything new that hasn’t already been reported on written in the piece? Is it true that the more people try to “gotcha” the President, the more he’s been able to turn it on them? Is the country tired of the constant political controversy? Anchor of Special Report, Bret Baier joins Dan to discuss.

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The New Left

Are we seeing the ushering in of a new type of leftist politics? If so, what exactly does this mean and how does the Republican Party prepare for it? Who is Senator Cory Booker attempting to appeal to? Will the Democrats emerge victorious as they have been in special elections heading into the midterms? Will conservatives look back on this time and realize they missed an opportunity? Associate Editor for Commentary Magazine, Noah Rothman joins Dan and Amy to discuss the evolving landscape of the left.

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Comey, Cory or Christian?

Game show idea: Comey, Cory or Christian.

I’m going to read a series of passages and you tell me which was said or written by former FBI Director Jim Comey, New Jersey Senator Cory Booker or 50 Shades of Grey protagonist Christian Grey.

Let’s begin.

“I want you to know that nothing—nothing—has happened in the last year to change my view.

“Boy, those were the words I needed to hear.

“I know. I know.”

“And The East Coast loves you and by the East Coast, I mean me."


“Do you think gay sex is a perversion?”

“We lie there, panting together, waiting for our breathing to slow. He gently strokes my hair … Boy … I Survived. That wasn’t so bad.”


“He was not going to get a hug without being a whole lot stronger than he looked. He wasn’t.”

“He holds out his hand, and in his palm are two shiny silver balls linked with a thick black thread...”

“As he extended his hand, I made a mental note to check its size. It was smaller than mine, but did not seem unusually so.”

Look out E.L. James. Jim Comey and Cory Booker are coming for you.