11-02-2021: It’s election day in Virginia where, according to recent polling, Republican Glenn Youngkin and Democrat Terry McAuliffe are in a virtual tie in the race for Governor. The outcome of the race is likely to have national implications, with many seeing it as a referendum on Democrats nationally, and a bellwether ahead of 2022’s midterm elections. Also, In New York City, 2,300 firefighters called out sick yesterday to protest the city’s push to get the Covid vaccine – and Mayor Bill De Blasio isn’t that thrilled…
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Buck Sexton – 06-30-22
Another fatal shooting in New York City, this time involving a 20-year-old mother as the victim – Buck breaks down the what’s causing this increase in violence in the Big Apple and how city and state leaders continue to blame the issue on guns, rather then their own failure to enforce the laws. Plus, another major decision from the Supreme Court – a 6-3 ruling that the EPA lacks broad authority to shift the nation’s energy production away from coal-burning power plants toward cleaner sources. Founder & Executive Director of Power The Future, Daniel Turner, joins Buck to discuss this major setback for the Biden Administration’s efforts to combat climate change.
Buck Sexton – 06-28-22
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.
Buck Sexton – 06-27-22
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.
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.