'Breitbart News Sunday' on SXM 125: Sen. Sessions, Tea Party Patriots' Martin
On "Breitbart News Sunday" on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m EDT, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) will discuss the latest developments concerning the Senate's immigration bill. The Alabama senator has been one of the staunchest opponents of the bill, emphasizing the devastating impact the legislation will have on working class Americans.
Jenny Beth Martin, of the Tea Party Patriots, will be in studio to discuss the "Audit the IRS" rally in Washington, D.C. on June 19 her group is organizing.
Citizens, in addition to local and national Tea Party groups, are organizing a mass rally to protest the IRS's targeting of conservatives. Martin will give more details about the rally and how the IRS, which targeted groups with "Tea Party" or "Patriots" in their names, targeted her group.
Callers on Sunday will partake in a "town hall" format to discuss next week's "Audit the IRS" rally with Martin and the immigration debate with Breitbart News reporters Matthew Boyle and Mike Flynn. They will also discuss the Senate's amnesty bill in detail and the efforts to defeat the legislation in addition to campaigns to smear opponents of the bill.
Josh Miller, the creator and producer of the important film, "Made in USA," which chronicles his 30-day journey across America, will also be a guest. In the movie, Miller "sets out on a journey in which he attempts to live off of USA made products for 30 days." Miller's journey has deeply resonated with those who have pre-screened the powerful film.
Breitbart's Liz Sheld will discuss the NSA's phone and Internet surveillance programs and her report about how more than half of the senators ditched the NSA briefing to head home last week.
Breitbart's Kerry Picket will be on the show to discuss all of the latest developments in Syria. And Joe Connor will discuss how FALN, a Puerto Rican terror group, killed his father. Attorney General Eric Holder, when he was in the Clinton administration, helped pardon terrorists who were linked to his father's death.
Rob Kaplan, of Harvard Business School, will discuss his book, What to Ask the Person in the Mirror, on the program.
Brandon Hogan, producer of the Civil War epic "Field of Lost Shoes" about the heroic charge of VMI Cadets at the Battle of New Market, will also be a guest on the program.
And on Father's Day, Breitbart News CEO Larry Solov will pay tribute to the late father of the late Andrew Breitbart. Gerald Breitbart passed away last week.
Stephen K. Bannon, Breitbart News' executive chairman, hosts the weekly three-hour show that helps set the next week's news cycle.