Sara welcomes Jessica Bedoya of the Inter-America Development Bank to discuss how China was so successful in striking infrastructure deals with countries in Central America and South America. They also discuss how the U.S. got caught napping and why American investment in our southern neighbors would reap lots of benefits.
Sara also brings in former border patrol agent Gary Brugman to discuss new developments in Mexico connected to the Fast & Furious scandal. And she weighs in on New York City Mayor Eric Adams supporting non-citizens voting in his city.
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Sara welcomes Liora Rez of stopantisemitism.org to discuss the harrowing hostage crisis at a Texas synagogue over the weekend. Sara and Liora discuss the dangerous habit of the media to jump to incorrect conclusions that fit a particular narrative and the FBI for claiming the motive for the gunman was unclear even though it was obvious why he targeted a synagogue.
Sara and Liora also highlight the training the synagogue leaders and other churches and congregations need to do to protect themselves if an attack happens there. Sara also shares a great story about being trained in Afghanistan about what to do if she were taken hostage – and how the training didn’t quite follow the script.
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