Sara serves up her first podcast from her new home state of Texas, but her move was interrupted by covering the Haitian migrant crisis in Del Rio. She urges us not to blame the migrants for seeking a better life but to blame the Biden administration for sending people the message that our borders are wide open.
Sara also reacts to John Durham's indictment of Hillary Clinton attorney Michael Sussman and explains why Texas already feels like home.
Sara welcomes Jerry Torres, a documentary filmmaker and former CEO of a major defense contractor, to discuss what he's learned from interviewing cartel leaders in El Salvador. Torres explains horrific realities like cartels operating aggressively in American cities, trafficking migrants all the...
Sara welcomes U.S. Army Lt. Col. Scott Mann (Ret.) to discuss the painful impact that the U.S. abandonment of Afghanistan is having on our American heroes who fought, bled, and lost their friends there. Mann was an organizer of the Pineapple Express, through which veterans helped to rescue more...
Sara welcomes Dave Rubin, creator and host of "The Rubin Report" to discuss the left's relentless misinformation operation. This includes progressives insisting their deceptions are all true while conservative arguments are branded as lies and must not have a platform to be expressed.