A Republican-Controlled Congress, If You Can Do Something Useful With It, Tonight at 8 p.m. PT (11 p.m. ET)

Well, the Republicans gained control of the Senate, and even gained more seats in the House. But will they do anything with it? What are your hopes for the next two years? Any early impressions based on what we’ve seen since Tuesday? Are you now more optimistic about getting a decent President elected in 2016? These questions and more on tonight’s show.

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Program Notes

White House: President Obama ‘Doesn’t Feel Repudiated’

Republican Majority, Day One: McConnell Surrenders

LeBron: ‘Won’t allow’ selfishness

LeBron: ‘I’ve played a little passive’

At White House, Republicans Press Obama to Drop Executive Amnesty

A New Supreme Court Challenge For Obamacare

NSA Lawsuit Returns to Court: Will Klayman’s Luck Hold? HT Mark Wickens via DLIGU page on Facebook

Fed to Markets: Brace for Volatility

IRS Commissioner Predicts Miserable 2015 Tax Filing Season

Swedish Politician Fined for ‘Hate Speech’ Against Islam HT Couldn’t B Righter via Twitter

Scientists reverse ageing process in mice; early human trials showing ‘promising results’ HT Kira Peikoff via Facebook


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2 responses to “A Republican-Controlled Congress, If You Can Do Something Useful With It, Tonight at 8 p.m. PT (11 p.m. ET)

  1. Craig

    For comic fans.

  2. Craig

    Tom Cotton: Straussian neocon.


    “Cotton, meanwhile, studied the neoconservative icon Leo Strauss at Harvard. Cotton’s Strauss-inflected senior thesis amounts to an extended defense of the theory that intellectually gifted elites should rule. “Such men rise from the people through a process of self-selection since politics is a dirty business that discourages all but the most ambitious,” he writes.”

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