Where news and commentary collide. Listen as Washington Times Opinion Editor Charlie Hurt and Washington Times Politics Editor Stephen Dinan hash out the big stories of the day, along with host, Andy Parks.

Where news and commentary collide. Listen as Washington Times Opinion Editor Charlie Hurt and Washington Times Politics Editor Stephen Dinan hash out the big stories of the day, along with host, Andy Parks.

Where news and commentary collide. Listen as Washington Times Opinion Editor Charlie Hurt and Washington Times Politics Editor Stephen Dinan hash out the big stories of the day, along with host, Andy Parks.
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