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The Biggest Midterm Election of Our Lifetime

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In this special election eve episode, Sara invites two candidates from states across the country to share the issues and policies important to their voters. Restaurant owner Kelly Cooper is running to represent Arizona’s fourth congressional district in DC and Leora Levy is running to unseat Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal.

Both candidates slam the America last, soft-on-crime approach by the current party in power and promise significant change if elected. Both also share issues that affect their state directly, like the open border in Arizona and cost of heating oil in Connecticut.

Sara also shares an impassioned plea for Americans to honor those who have sacrificed for this nation and carry out your civic duty by voting tomorrow.

Finally, Sara ends with a huge story from her friend Bill Gertz that explains the White House has quietly shifted America’s Nuclear Policy away from deterrence through strength, even as our adversaries take ever bolder action around the world.

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Greg Abbott’s Decision to Stand Up To President Biden Was Completely Legal

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When Governor Abbott stood up to President Biden and his open-border policies, did you wonder if what the governor was doing was legal? After all, the courts always side with the federal government over states when it comes to border security, right?

Wrong.

On an exciting Sara Carter Show, law professor and Warrior Defense Project Director Dr. Jeffrey F. Addicott breaks down the legality of Greg Abbott’s humiliation of the Biden administration on border security. From Addicott’s perspective, the governor’s decisions were completely constitutional and made with the security of his citizens in mind. While Americans can’t sue the Biden administration for opening the border, Addicott lays out why it is vitally important to change the chief executive in the 2024 elections.

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