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Politically Unstable

Where news and commentary collide. Charlie Hurt and Kelly Sadler bring you Politically Unstable from The Washington Times.


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Terror on the Southern Border: Navigating Joe Biden's migrant crisis

Terror on the Southern Border: Navigating Joe Biden's migrant crisis

The Biden administration just tallied the worst year in border security history, with record numbers of illegal immigrants, terrorism suspects and fentanyl detected. Why is this crisis happening and how can it be fixed? Mark Morgan, former commissioner of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, sits down with Kelly Sadler for the latest episode of the Politically Unstable show.

Would this war in Israel be happening if Donald Trump were still president? Retired Army Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg, former national security adviser in the Trump administration and the current co-chairman of the America First Policy Institute’s Center for American Security, unequivocally says no.

Politically Unstable: Is Middle East peace possible?

Would this war in Israel be happening if Donald Trump were still president? Retired Army Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg, former national security adviser in the Trump administration and the current co-chairman of the America First Policy Institute's Center for American Security, unequivocally says no.

War in Israel: How did we get here? 

Kelly Sadler, Washington Times  editor, sits down with Scott Walker, the former Governor of Wisconsin and President of the Young Americans Foundation, to discuss what is going on in Israel, reactions from the left, and other consequences of Joe BIden's weak foreign policy.

The inaugural episode of the Politically Unstable show is one you won't want to miss.

Politically Unstable: Consequences of Joe Biden's weak foreign policy

Kelly Sadler, Washington Times editor, sits down with Scott Walker, the former Governor of Wisconsin and President of the Young Americans Foundation, to discuss what is going on in Israel, reactions from the left, and other consequences of Joe BIden's weak foreign policy.

This artist sketch depicts former President Donald Trump, right, conferring with defense lawyer Todd Blanche, center, during his appearance at the federal courthouse in Washington, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2023. Special counsel Jack Smith sits at left. Lawyers for Trump are due back in court Monday, Aug. 28, as a federal judge considers radically conflicting proposals for a trial date in the case accusing him of working to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. (Dana Verkouteren via AP, File)

Democrats weaponize Constitution to destroy Trump

- The Washington Times

Democrats want to slap gag orders on Donald Trump so that while campaigning for president, he doesn't make any statements that might, well, truthfully speaking, show his innocence. Nothing like an innocent defendant to muck up a good politically weaponized attack.

Former President Donald Trump stands on stage before speaking at a Concerned Women for America Summit at the Capitol Hilton, Friday, Sept. 15, 2023, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)

Democrats once again fail to understand Trump

- The Washington Times

MSNBC "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough -- who used to be a Republican, remember -- snarked at a new Washington Post poll showing Donald Trump would handily beat Joe Biden for president, and said when he heard the news he "literally started laughing out loud." He shouldn't laugh.