The war for America’s future rages, and “Hold The Line with Buck Sexton” is Conservatism’s new command and control center. Former CIA Analyst and nationally syndicated radio host Buck Sexton is ready to stand and thwart the progressive tidal wave, with original commentary and analysis and the industry’s biggest names. Watch weeknights at 7p ET.
Heartbreaking tragedy in Texas after 46 migrants were found dead in an abandoned 18-wheeler in San Antonio – Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, Mark Krikorian, joins Buck to discuss this failed smuggling attempt and how President Biden’s open border policies contributed. Plus, there was a big win for election integrity in New York City as the city’s noncitizen voting law has been struck down in the courts – NYC Council Minority Leader, Joe Borelli, who led the movement to strike down the law, joins Buck to discuss the victory.
Tragedy in the state of Texas – where at least 46 migrants were found dead inside an abandoned 18-wheeler on the side of the road in San Antonio – 16 others found crammed inside the truck were hospitalized, 4 of them children. Three people have been arrested in the presumed smuggling attempt, but Texas Governor Greg Abbott wasted no time in placing the blame directly on President Biden and his administration’s open border policies.
Abortion providers in a number of states are filing lawsuits to prevent the enactment of statewide abortion bans following the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade ignited nationwide protests, some turning violent – Buck speaks with the author of ‘Fighting For Life,’ Lila Rose, about this historic ruling and what it means for pro-life activists. Plus, as gas prices continue to rise in the U.S., President Biden pushes his clean energy agenda at the G7 Summit in Germany – The First contributor, Tiana Lowe, joins Buck to discuss why green energy will only exacerbate the problem at the pump.
High school football coach Joseph Kennedy finally has some justice after his school district terminated him back in 2015 for saying prayers at the 50-yard line after every football game.
It’s official! In a historic 5-4 ruling the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, throwing the issue of abortion back to the individual states. The court’s opinion was immediately attacked by pro-abortion activists who called the ruling everything from “extreme” to “a threat to democracy.” In fact, it’s the exact opposite.
Politicians lie like they breathe, they can’t help themselves, this is nothing new. But the lies of the Biden Administration are next level, and Rob Smith breaks down exactly what they are and how they’re crippling the American people. Plus, Pride month has been celebrated since the late 90’s, but now the celebrations have become controversial – the President of Log Cabin Republicans, Charles Moran, joins Rob to discuss how some in the Pride community have shifted from the original message of love and acceptance to now pushing the sexualization of young children.
It’s nothing new that politicians can’t help themselves but constantly lie, but the lies of the Biden Admin are next level – Rob breaks down exactly what they are and how they’re crippling the American people.
Democrats are clearly upset about this morning’s SCOTUS ruling for concealed carry permits in the state of New York, but this is a huge win for supporters of the 2nd Amendment.
Major U.S. cities like Baltimore, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Atlanta, and New York City are all on pace to break their 2021 levels of violent crime halfway through this year – retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent, James Gagliano, joins Buck to discuss how the Biden Admin is tackling the country’s crime epidemic. Plus, to combat skyrocketing gas prices, President Biden wants a gas tax holiday – the President of Mises Institute, Jeff Deist, joins Buck to explain why that’s a bad idea.
Major cities across the U.S. – Balitmore, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Atlanta and New York City – are all on pace to break their 2021 levels of violent crime halfway through this year – and what is the Biden Admin doing to combat the crime epidemic? Buck explains
The Senate voted Tuesday to advance a new bipartisan gun control bill in a procedural move that saw 14 Republicans support firearm restrictions