On Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7PM to 10PM EST, Breitbart News Executive Chairman and host Stephen K. Bannon will conduct a number of interviews and talk about the most important new of the week. He will discuss the ongoing chaos and violence being committed in Ferguson, Missouri and around the nation as well as the perceived decline in American civilization.
Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow will come on the show to talk about Ferguson and the mainstream media. Marlow will also speak about the clash between the grassroots and the DC establishment on budget bill this week.
Breitbart editor Warner Todd Huston will come on the show to discuss the ongoing Ferguson protests and the breakdown of civil order that has rocked the country. Breitbart Texas editor Brandon Darby will come on the show to talk about the Occupy Wall Street connection to the ongoing protests.
Breitbart Sports editor Dan Flynn will come on to talk about the St. Louis Rams “Don’t Shoot; Hands Up” gesture and point shaving allegations regarding Jameis Winston of Florida State.
Bannon will speak to Breitbart contributor Matthew Boyle about defunding President Obama’s defunding executive amnesty, and the the tactics those who oppose his unilateral and unconstitutional decision can take. Boyle will also talk about Texas Sen.Ted Cruz and and his speech that referenced the infamous Roman “Cataline Conspiracy.”
Breitbart California’s Adelle Nazarian will be talking about the crisis of western civilization and the threats facing the United States today, she will also be touching upon the U.S.-Israel alliance and its relation to Iran in particular.
Bannon will speak to Breitbart editor Jarrett Stepman about the decline of the west and the historical example of the Roman Empire. Is this a warning for the United States and can the decline be reversed?
Author Rod Gragg will come on the show to talk about his new book, The Pilgrim Chronicles, which gives a detailed account of the founding of the Plymouth Colony and the tribulations they faced in establishing a colony in America.