I'm not a Jeff Sessions fan. But I think he's honest. I think he further destroyed the Democrats' "collusion" narrative, and secondarily gave Jim Comey a very bad day.
Jeff Sessions' opening statement gave his most important fundamental message.
His response to the idiotic questions an offensive assertions by Ron Wyden (D-OR) was also very good:
The CEO of Uber, a brilliant but lately undisciplined guy, is taking a "leave of absence." It's safe to assume he'll never be back in that role.
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My friend Roger Hudson, a Republican political and communications consultant in Denver, argues that despite being in the majority, Republicans are losing because they're losing the messaging battle.
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Bryan Riley from the Heritage Foundation joins us to talk about this so-called 'deal' between the US and Mexico regarding sugar imports into the United States. As usual, consumers are getting screwed. How the sugar industry gets away this this is incredible.
On Tuesday, we talked about Bulgarian Dog Spinning. Some people consider it cruelty, but that's nothing compared to this: