On Breitbart News Saturday on Sirius XM Patriot Channel 125 from 10 a.m. through 1 p.m. Eastern Time, investigative journalist Matthew Boyle will guest host alongside guest co-host and Breitbart homepage editor Katie McHugh.
Joining them will be a series of guests to discuss a wide array of topics, including major themes heading into the 2016 presidential election, goings-on in Congress, and out-of-control actions by President Barack Obama’s administration.
Sen. David Vitter (R-LA), a senior conservative member of the U.S. Senate, will come on to discuss his recent Common Core amendment that just passed the U.S. Senate this week in the budget process, whereby the Republican Conference unanimously rejected Common Core.
Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward, a potential primary challenger against Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), will join the show as well to discuss the latest in her thinking, as will Rep. Alex Mooney (R-WV) to discuss President Obama’s war on coal and what he’s doing to stop it.
The show’s regular host and Breitbart News Network’s editor-in-chief Alex Marlow, who is in the first in the nation primary state of New Hampshire right now for the Young America’s Foundation (YAF) where Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) spoke last night, will join the show to discuss what he’s doing.
Dr. Susan Berry will come on to discuss Common Core and the impact it will play in the upcoming presidential elections, and Edwin Mora will discuss his recent investigative work into Iran’s growing influence in Latin America.
AWR Hawkins will discuss how pro gun control group Everytown for Gun Safety has been relegated to essentially uselessness after a string of embarrassing defeats. Michael Patrick Leahy will discuss the implications and suspect timing of the just-announced forthcoming retirement of Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, and Sarah Rumpf will discuss new polling data that shows while former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has an expected slight lead in New Hampshire, the race for the GOP nomination in the great white north is still up for grabs as there’s a huge percentage of undecided Republican voters.