On “Breitbart News Sunday” on Sirius XM Patriot Ch. 125 from 7 p.m. EDT to 10 p.m EDT, Stephen K. Bannon, Breitbart News’s Executive Chairman, will co-host this week with guest Charles Hurt, a conservative columnist for the Washington Times. Hurt is also an editor at the Drudge Report and a contributor to Fox News.
David Webb, who hosts “The David Webb Show” on Sirius XM Patriot Ch. 125 from 9 p.m. EDT to midnight during the weekdays, will lead off the show to discuss the IRS’s targeting of Tea Partiers and conservatives and why the IRS targeted the Tea Party. Craig Shirley, writing in Breitbart News, suggested the IRS did so because the Obama administration fears the Tea Party and not the Republican establishment. Webb, known for his fierce and compelling embrace of conservatism, will also discuss the Tea Party’s battle against the Republican establishment and the amnesty bill that is pending before the Senate.
Steve Dinan, of the Washington Times, will be on the show to discuss the immigration bill and the math and policy behind it. He will specifically discuss what may become of the Republican party if the amnesty bill passes and what is in it for the bipartisan members of the permanent political class who have been pushing so hard for the bill to pass.
Breitbart News investigative reporter Matthew Boyle will discuss how amnesty advocates are using Evangelical front groups to gin up support for the amnesty bill.
Breitbart’s Brandon Darby will discuss Mexican drug cartels and the enforcement–or lack thereof–along the country’s border with Mexico. The horrific acts of violence along the country’s border with Mexico underscore the need to focus on border security before anything else in dealing with immigration. Darby has written about Mexican nationals that have been arrested for methamphetamine trafficking in the Pacific Northwest.
Breitbart News legal contributor Ken Klukowksi will be on the show to discuss the Pentagon’s relationship with anti-Christian extremist Mikey Weinstein, who Klukowski reported met with Pentagon officials as they were deciding on ways to potentially court martial Christians in the Pentagon who speak about their faith.
Chris Stirewalt, the politics editor for Fox News digital, will be on the show to discuss “the unravelling of the age of the Obama.”
Brian J. Kelly–the director and producer of the film “Injustice”–will be on the show to discuss his movie about lawsuit abuse. “Injustice” showcases “how the class action lawsuit, born from the Civil Rights Act of 1964, was skillfully managed by a small group of trial attorneys who manipulated legal rules, procedures — and even their own clients — to become an international enterprise that rivals the scope and profits of Fortune 500 corporations.” Kelly’s personal experiences motivated him to make the movie, which “blows the lid off the growing phenomenon of how some plaintiffs, who are never injured by an accident or a faulty product, steal resources from those who have been legitimately hurt or damaged.” The film will air on Saturday June 8th on AXS TV at 4 PM EDT.
Breitbart’s AWR Hawkins, whose poignant remarks and writings about the country’s history and how it needs to be properly taught have resonated with Sirius XM listeners and lit up the Sirius XM’s airwaves in recent weeks, will be on the show to discuss his blockbuster piece on Breitbart News. His piece has generated plenty of conversation. In it, Hawkins argues that it is the “left’s great ruse” that “a student can graduate with a 4.0 GPA in U.S. history and know less about history than the ‘uneducated’ citizen who buys and reads good history books on his or her own time.”
Concluding on a historical note, Robert Child, the filmmaker, will be live from Gettysburg, where is preparing for the 150th anniversary festivities. He will discuss the various projects he is associated with that will commemorate the anniversary, including a live reenactment of the battle that will occur next month. He will be joined by Carl Whitehill, the media manager for the Gettysburg 150th anniversary commemoration project. The official website of the Gettysburg’s 150th anniversary list more events. Details can also be found at the Gettysburg National Military Park site and the Gettysburg travel site.
Bannon hosts the weekly three-hour show that aims to help set the news cycle for the following week.