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Buck is joined by Morgan Zegers to discuss New Shepard’s ascend into space and how liberals have reacted to it.
Gordon Chang joins Buck to discuss the worldwide cyber hacking campaign that threatened U.S. economic and national security.
Buck discusses the White House’s efforts to censor social media with the founder of American Majority, Ned Ryun.
07-19-2021: The U.S., NATO and the European Union are accusing China of masterminding massive cyber attacks around the world, senior Biden officials have announced an investigation into the origins of the coronavirus show, Gordon Zhang gives us an update on Hong Kong & Taiwan, and the government’s efforts to suppress information are going to have …
Jake Bequette joins Buck to discuss his campaign to unseat Arkansas Senator John Boozman in next year’s Republican Primary.
Black Lives Matter shows its true colors blaming the United States for miserable conditions in Cuba, a new book is making bold claims about the final days of Donald Trump’s Presidency, Democrats continue to push their ‘Jim Crow 2.0’ narrative claiming election integrity is racist, and Governor Ron DeSantis is under fire for selling some saucy merchandise on his campaign website.
Former senior Department of Defense official Kash Patel responds to the bold claims made about the final days of Donald Trump’s Presidency.
Buck is joined by Rob Smith, host of ‘Rob Smith is Problematic’ to discuss Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’ decision to reject fleeing refugees from Cuba.
President Biden’s speech on voting rights yesterday ramped up the drama, comparing state voter integrity laws to the civil war, the Left continues to face scrutiny for their initial silence on the protests that have erupted in Cuba, Senate Majority Leader Schumer applauds the Democrat’s agreement on a 3.5 trillion dollar budget resolution, and one Democratic lawmaker from the Lone Star State has decided to spend his time in the nation’s capitol tweeting out pictures of the food he’s been eating.
Buck sounds off on President Biden’s speech comparing state voter integrity laws to the civil war.
Morgan Zegers breaks down why many Democrats appear hesitant to share their two cents about the Cuban dissidents.
Streets remain silent after a long weekend of unprecedented protests against the country’s communist regime. Democratic politicians, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and several other members of the squad, remain quiet on the issue. Texas Democrats are in Washington D.C. today to prevent the passage of a new voting reform bill, and all New York City public school students must continue to wear masks in the classroom despite the new CDC guideline.