Parents and families woke up in a nightmare today, after another deadly school shooting took the lives of 19 children and two teachers in the small town of Uvalde, Texas. Authorities say the rampage in Robb Elementary school ended only after a border patrol agent rushed into the school without waiting for backup and killed the lone gunman. The massacre entering the record books as the second deadliest school shooting in US history, following Sandy Hook 10 years ago – we’ll get into this devastating news in tonight’s Hold the Line.
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Buck Sexton – 06-23-22
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.
Buck Sexton – 06-22-22
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.
Buck Sexton – 06-21-22
The left continues to push its radical social agenda, attacking pro-life activists and demanding trans women should compete against biological women in sports. Buck takes a look at the latest attacks from radical leftists. Plus, Elon Musk moved one step closer to completing his $44 billion takeover of Twitter when the company’s board of directors unanimously approved his buyout offer – former Facebook employee, Kara Frederick, joins Buck to discuss what this move means for free speech on social media platforms.
Buck Sexton – 06-20-22
As the nation hurdles toward a recession, most Americans are busy figuring out how to pay their mortgages, put food on the table, and gas in their fuel tanks. You would think these would be the priorities of the people in power–but you’d be wrong. They’re busy making sure your 1 year old is vaccinated against a disease that poses almost no threat to them and that you use the appropriate pronouns for transgender people. Buck takes a look at the growing disconnect between the priorities of the left and those of the American people. Plus, Tiana Lowe discusses FINA’s decision to restrict trans swimmers and Benjamin Weingarten stops by to talk about the DHS’s new efforts to use big tech to censor Americans.
Buck Sexton – 06-16-22
A week after San Francisco recalled its uber-progressive District Attorney Chesa Boudin, another high profile DA will now face his own recall election – Senior Columnist at Townhall.com, Kurt Schlichter, joins Buck to discuss why voters in Los Angeles are ready to give DA George Gascón the boot. Plus, soaring inflation has prompted the Federal Reserve to announce it’s biggest rate hike in nearly 30 years – Buck breaks down what President Biden’s ‘plan’ is with President of Mises Institute, Jeff Deist
Buck Sexton – 06-15-22
The Federal reserve has announcing it is raising its key short-term interest rates by three quarters of percent, in an effort to curb out-of-control inflation. It’s the central bank’s biggest rate hike in 28 years. Also ahead, a special congressional race in in the Lone Star State is making headlines today, as Texas’ deep blue district 34 has elected its first Republican in history. So, could this be the first indication of the coming red wave in November? Plus, House Democrats vote against added security for Supreme Court justices after the attempt on Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s life, and the White House is reportedly rethinking its sanctions on Russia.