The panelists discuss trophy hunting and share their thoughts on a few political animals in the GOP.
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The panelists weigh in on why so many people enjoy hunting exotic animals for sport.
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The 2016 presidential race takes a strange turn as more Republicans throw their hats into the ring.
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On the anniversary of bin Laden's death, Republicans come down with a bad case of Balzheimer's.
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Conservatives decide to get behind Mitt Romney, but they can't really decide why.
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Dr. Michael Oppenheimer tells Stephen that his fifth dishwasher should have the Energy Star sticker.
President Bush is introduced by Governor George Pataki, who quickly goes on the "ataki."
Jim David can't be a Democrat or Republican -- he likes making money and spending it on drugs.
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