Monday, June 10

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Monday, June 10 - Tom Rose - Guest Host

Recap: U.S. Senator Dan Coats (IN-R) dicussed the NSA leaks, IRS scandal and immigration reform. U.S. Rep. Larry Bucshon (IN-8) also dicussed the NSA leaks and the recent SCOTUS ruling on DNA. U.S. Rep. Luke Messer (IN-6) talked about the IRS scand al and NSA leak - and how the trust in government is waning. Conrad Black, author of Flight of the Eagle: The Grand Strategies That Brought America from Colonial Dependence to World Leadership talked about his book and the unique American experience. AWR Hawkins, Contributor at dicussed gun free zones, the NSA scandal and government cronyism.  

Tuesday, June 11 - Big Tuesday

Recap: Richard Miniter, columnist for Forbes and author of Leading from Behind: The Reluctant President and the Advisors Who Decide for Him talked about the NSA story along with the Benghazi drone video. John Nolte, Editor at Breitbart News believes the media will now try to focus everyone's attention on immigration reform. Mike Flynn, Editor at Breitbart News also discussed the upcoming immigration debate in the Senate. Joel B. Pollak Editor-in-Chief at Breitbart News believes their will be a slow roll between the IRS and nSA scandals. Kurt Schlichter, Columnist at &, and author of Fetch My Latte: Sharing Feelings With Stupid People; I Am a Liberal: A Conservative's Guide to Dealing With Nature's Most Irritating Mistake; & I Am a Conservative: Uncensored, Undiluted and Absolutely Un-PC believes the NSA scandal will infringe on attorney/client privileges. Larry O'Connor Editor-in-Chief of looked at how the Senate will try to pass immigration reform. Alex Marlow Managing Editor at Breitbart News discussed how the media is ignoring the new Hillary Clinton sex scandals while she was at the State Department.

Wednesday, June 12

Recap: Jed Babbin, Contributing Editor at The American Spectator discussed the NSA story along with Surface to Air Missiles getting in the hands of jihadists. Andrew C. McCarthy, Co-Chair at the Center for Law and Counterterrorism at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Senior Fellow at National Review Institute, contributor at PJ Media and author of Spring Fever: The Illusion of Islamic Democracy also talked about the NSA story and the protest in Turkey. John R. Lott, Jr., author of At the Brink: Will Obama Push Us Over the Edge? looked at the Gang of Eight immigration push in the Senate and the latest on the president's gun control agenda. David Horowitz, Founder and Publisher of talked about the vacuum created in the Middle East by the president's policies. Stephen Moore, Senior Economic Writer on the Editorial page for the Wall Street Journal looked at the president's sequestration politics. Frank Gaffney, Founder and President of the Center for Security Policy discussed the protests in Turkey and believes there should be reason for concern in the NSA story.

Thursday, June 13 

Recap: Genevieve Wood, Vice President at The Heritage Foundation discussed the Gang of Eight immigration bill and the cost of amnesty. Bruce Alan Johnson, President and CEO of Bruce Alan Johnson Associates looked at the latest in Turkey, Syria and the NSA story. Rich Noyes, Media Research Center discussed the IRS scandal and the ever-increasing media blackout. Robert Woodson, Sr., Founder and President of the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise talked about the Center's work and the work of Indianapolis Pastor Darryl K. Webster at Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church.

Friday, June 14

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