Rumsfeld, Cuccinelli Headline 'Breitbart News Sunday' on Sirius XM 125
Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld will headline "Breitbart News Sunday," and he will discuss his new book, Rumsfeld's Rules, in addition to the Obama administration's scandals. Rumsfeld will talk about the AP, Benghazi, and IRS scandals from the perspective of someone who has been at the highest levels of government for three decades. He will also discuss Obama's leadership style.
"Breitbart News Sunday" airs on Sirius XM Patriot Channel 125 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. EDT. Rumsfeld will also speak extensively about the advice he would give to today's graduates on how to succeed in the world--and in life.
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, who is the Republican nominee for governor, will join the show. After being formally nominated on Saturday, Cuccinelli is in the midst of a statewide fly around and will take time from his schedule to talk about his race against liberal Democrat Terry McAuliffe, who was known as Bill Clinton's wheeling-and-dealing moneyman.
Breitbart's Mike Flynn and Michael Patrick Leahy will discuss what Cuccinelli had to say in his interview and how the Republican nominees in Virginia represent the enduring strength of Tea Party. Virginia's Republicans officially nominated Cuccinelli for governor, Mark Obenshain, a rising conservative star, for attorney general, and E.W. Jackson, a black preacher with strong Tea Party support and enthusiasm, for lieutenant governor. The ticket is conservative, and a win in November may signal again how powerful the Tea Party will be in 2014 and 2016, especially in light of the Obama administration's scandals that have scared independents about government's excessive overreach.
Jenny Beth Martin, of the Tea Party Patriots, and Breitbart News investigative reporter Matthew Boyle will discuss the IRS scandal and the political implications going forward for the Obama administration. Catherine Engelbrecht, of True the Vote, will do her first radio interview since the targeting of her organization prompted Rep. Kevin Brady (R-PA), during last Friday's House Ways and Means IRS hearing, to ask, "Is this still America?" She will be joined by Breitbart's Brandon Darby.
Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Joel Pollak will be on the show to discuss the disastrous choice of Penny Pritzker as Obama's nominee for Commerce secretary.
Breitbart News' AWR Hawkins will discuss the latest Second Amendment news, including sportscaster Bob Costas's comments Last Friday on CNN challenging people to name one instance in which a so-called "assault rifles" have been used "constructively."
Breitbart News legal contributor Ken Klukowski will discuss his story detailing Arizona's fight to prevent illegal immigrants from obtaining state driver's licenses.
Stephen K. Bannon, Breitbart News' Executive Chairman, hosts the weekly show that sets the upcoming week's agenda from the center right.