Secretary Dan Brouillette
Secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy
Sec. Brouillette joins Larry O’Connor to discuss the official first day of the USMCA and how it will affect the energy sector and other trade and labor dynamics for Americans as compared with the former NAFTA agreement.

Andy Ngo
Investigative reporter
Andy Ngo discusses the Seattle police departments move to irradicate the ANTIFA-led CHAZ area in Seattle and the larger goals and agenda of the ANTIFA movement conjoined with Black Lives Matter.

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Amb. John Bolton
Former National Security Adviser
Amb. Bolton goes toe-to-toe with Larry O’Connor over the allegations and conclusions in his new memoir “The Room Where It Happened” about his tumultuous time in the Trump Administration.

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Rep. Tom McClintock
Congressman from the 4th District of California
Rep. McClintock joins the podcast to discuss the cultural shifts in American and the constant struggle between the organized Left’s agenda and the constitutional principles that built and kept America free.

Corey DeAngelis
Director of School Choice at the Reason Foundation
Adjunct Scholar at Cato Institute 
Executive Director at the Educational Freedom Institute 
DeAngelis discusses today’s landmark SCOTUS decision striking down the notion that school voucher and choice programs that end up supporting parochial schools are unconstitutional. 

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KT McFARLAND
Former Deputy National Security Adviser
Author of Revolution: Trump, Washington and “We the People”
What’s behind the “Russian bounties to the Taliban” story and how do these stories keep leaking to major media outlets when the intelligence appears to be unvested, uncorroborated, and unconfirmed?

KRISTEN WAGGONER
General Counsel, Alliance Defending Freedom
What was Chief Justice John Roberts’ reasoning behind his majority opinion in today’s abortion ruling and how does it differ from his past opinions on similar cases? Is this another example of conservative justices “going wobbly” and defying the constitution for liberal, political purposes?

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MADISON CAWTHORN
Republican nominee for North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District 
Madison Cawthorn won a stunning victory in the GOP primary for congress in the 11th district in North Carolina. The 24-year-old paralyzed Republican joins Larry O’Connor to discuss his inspiring story and his plans to be the youngest congressman in American history.

JOE CONCHA
Media Reporter at The Hill
The latest media analysis of coverage of Covid, protests and destruction of historical statues from Joe Concha. 

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Daniel Gade
Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel
Republican nominee running against Mark Warner for Virginia Senate Seat
Daniel Gade just won the Republican nomination for US Senate in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The retired Army officer and wounded combat war veteran introduces his campaign to the podcast and discusses why he thinks Senator Mark Warner has not earned the right for six more years.

Alexandra DeSanctis
Staff writer at National Review. 
Visiting fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center 
Host of “For Life” podcast
Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton yesterday that Frederick Douglass did not approve of the famous monument to emancipation depicting Abraham Lincoln and a freed slave in Washington DC, thus lending her support for the monument’s removal. Alexandra DeSanctis took the trouble to read Mr. Douglass’ speech commemorating the monument and she joins Larry O’Connor to prove Del. Holmes-Norton wrong.

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Former federal prosecutor and author of “License to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice”, Sidney Powell joins Larry O’Connor to discuss breaking news regarding a federal appeals court ordering the dismissal of General Flynn’s case.

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ANDREW KLAVAN
Columnist, The Daily Wire
Host, The Andrew Klavan Show
Cultural and political commentator Andrew Klavan joins the podcast to discuss the larger cultural factors underlying the protests and mob demands for removal of statues and dismantling of police forces.

MARC LOTTER
Director, Strategic Communications Trump 2020
Lotter discusses the presidential race and Joe Biden’s disappearing act in the face of major societal turmoil. 

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VICTOR DAVIS HANSON
Columnist, National Review
A conversation with VDH regarding his latest columns focusing on what he calls a “cultural revolution” playing out in the streets of America’s major cities and how it will affect the presidential election.

JOEY RODOLFO
Designer, Entrepreneur from Seattle
Mr. Rodolfo’s business is in the CHAZ/CHOP area of Seattle. He discusses the ineffective city government and how citizens’ businesses and homes are being affected by the recent spate of lawlessness.

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KIRA DAVIS
Editor-At-Large, RedState.com
Kira Davis joins Larry O’Connor to discuss the Juneteenth observation and a host of political and cultural issues facing the African-American community and how conservative solutions could serve to make a difference in the lives of black Americans.

STACY WASHINGTON
Co-Chair Project 21
Black Voices for Trump
Stacy Washington adds to the Juneteenth celebration with insights into the Trump campaign as she heads to Tulsa for Saturday’s Trump rally.

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SEC. BEN CARSON
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Carson joins Larry O’Connor to discuss Black Lives Matter, Kneeling protests at NFL games and how urban centers and the housing market have been hit by the coronavirus pandemic

PROF. JOHN EASTMAN
Constitutional Law Professor, Chapman University
Prof. Eastman discusses the inexplicable Supreme Court decision upholding President Obama’s DACA Executive Order.

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LEO TERRELL
Attorney and Civil Rights Activist
Leo Terrell gives his immediate reaction and analysis of the breaking news out of Atlanda where the Fulton County District Attorney announced multiple felony charges against officers in the Rayshard Brooks shooting. Terrell is outraged at the “overcharge” from the DA and called his press conference a “Academy Award performance.”

BILL MELUGIN
Investigative Reporter, Fox 11 LA
The move to defund and reorient the police has taken off in Los Angeles and reporter Bill Melugin joins Larry O’Connor to discuss the latest moves by the LA city council to replace armed law enforcement with mediators and social workers for “non-violent” calls. 

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ROB O’DONNELL
Former NYPD Detective
Law Enforcement Expert
Rob O’Donnell gives his reaction to President Trump’s call for national standards for police procedures. O’Donnell also explains the facts behind the so-called “choke hold”, the efforts to “defund the police” and the current status of morale on America’s police forces.

PHIL KERPEN
President of American Commitment
Phil Kerpen gives the latest on Coronavirus statistics and explains how some states and jurisdictions are playing with the numbers and how to report them to conceal the true results of their policies and actions. 

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Sec. Robert Wilkie
Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Secretary Wilkie joins Larry O’Connor to discuss the President’s recent roundtable ensuring protection for America’s senior citizens. Wilkie also revealed that tombstones of Nazi prisoners of war from World War II in cemeteries controlled by the VA will be removed and replaced due to the swastikas and other Nazi symbols and language that date back to the 1940s.

Carrie Severino
President, Judicial Network
Carrie Severino provides an analysis of today’s Supreme Court decision prohibiting discrimination against individuals due to their sexual orientation and gender identity.

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Julio Rosas
Senior Writer for Townhall.com
Julio Rosas discusses his firsthand account of what is taking place at Seattle’s ‘Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone’.

 

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Prof. Gordon Klein 
UCLA Professor 
Prof. Klein made national news when UCLA suspended him for refusing to cancel finals for black students due to the Black Lives Matter protests. Prof. Klein joins Larry O’Connor to tell his story.

Rep. Devin Nunes 
Representative from California 
Congressman Nunes discusses the latest declassifications revolving around the Obamagate scandal and the new criminal referrals coming from House Republicans.

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Marc Lotter 
Director of Strategic Communications for President Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign 
Marc Lotter joins Larry O’Connor to discuss the recent string of Republicans who have come out to oppose President Trump’s reelection. Lotter suggests that given Trump’s high ratings for conservative policies from groups like The Heritage Foundation, perhaps these Republicans were never really Republicans in the first place.

NEWT GINGRICH 
Former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives
Speaker Gingrich slams congressional Democrats and Speaker Nancy Pelosi for their history of neglect of the African-American communities in Baltimore, San Francisco, Detroit and other major American cities. Gingrich says Pelosi should drop to her knees and ask for forgiveness. Gingrich also discusses the context of the 1994 Crime Act that he participated in.

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ED MULLINS
Sergeants Benevolent Association president
Officer Mullins gives an update on the current state of relations between New York City police officers, elected officials, and the people of New York.

 
LEO TERRELL 
Civil Rights Attorney
Terrell continues his admonishing of the anti-police movement embedded within the Black Lives Matter protests. Terrell also discusses his volatile appearance on Fox News this week with Cornell West that devolved into classic cable news shouting match.

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Ben Domench 
Publisher of The Federalist
Host of The Federalist Radio Hour
Ben Domenech joins Larry O’Connor to discuss his perspective on the recent string of protests, riots and political posturing that, in his mind, add up to a new cultural civil war that divides Americans across stark and seemingly irreconcilable positions.

Maj Toure
Founder of Black Guns Matter
Libertarian activist Maj Toure puts some perspective ont he “defund the police” movement and how the founding fathers expected all Americans to fend for themselves and be free of overbearing government intrusion. Toure extrapolates that principle to the current concerns over the role of police in our communities.

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Andy Ngo
Editor at Large of The Post Millennial

Journalist Andy Ngo is suing the Portland branch of Antifa. He joins the podcast to discuss his lawsuit and the violent encounters he has had with Antifa. He also gives a background briefing on the organization, their tactics and delivers a clear rebuke to mainstream outlets who insist Antifa is some kind of “conspiracy theory.”

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