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U.S. Weakness Pushed Russia & Iran Into Each Other’s Arms

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Sara praises the women of Iran for taking to streets day after day and month after month to demand basic rights from a radical government that refuses to treat them with basic dignity. Sara also explains what it’s like to live in such a repressive society – from growing up in Saudi Arabia to reporting in Afghanistan. She also welcomes Middle East expert Dr. Walid Phares to discuss the significance of the protests, how multiple U.S. administrations failed to stand up for the people of Iran, and how badly misguided American priorities pushed Russia and Iran into each other’s arms.

Sara also tackles the tensions arising from advancements in artificial intelligence. On the one hand, she says it’s very chilling to see reports of AI independently planning to hack and steal sensitive information. However, she says the promise of AI to save and improve lives – and possibly restore sight to her husband – gives millions of people reason for hope.

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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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