Noon-3 PM EST on SXM 125: Breitbart's Stephen K. Bannon Guest-Hosting 'Wilkow Majority'

Noon-3 PM EST on SXM 125: Breitbart's Stephen K. Bannon Guest-Hosting 'Wilkow Majority'

Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon will be guest-hosting the Wilkow Majority on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from noon to 3 PM EST with an “all-Breitbart” lineup to discuss President Barack Obama’s epic failures during the first year of his second term. 

Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow will join Bannon to discuss some of Obama’s biggest failures and why the president’s agenda has been losing momentum. Bannon, the guest-host, will also discuss Sen. Rand Paul’s (R-KY) new weekly column that he will be writing for Breitbart News.  

Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Joel Pollak will be on the program to discuss the state of play in the Middle East under Obama. 

Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large and Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer will discuss crony capitalism and revelations from book best-selling book, Extortion, some of which even shocked conservative talk radio host Mark Levin. 

Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Ben Shapiro will talk about the “collapse of Obama’s media protectors.” 

Breitbart News Managing Editor Wynton Hall will discuss the disaster of the Obamacare rollout. Breitbart News contributor Chris Whalen, one of the top financial writers and analysts in the country, will analyze the state of the economy. Breitbart News Senior Legal Analyst Ken Klukowski will discuss the “War on Christmas,” Breitbart News contributor Dr. Susan Berry will discuss the dangerous “abortion mills,” Breitbart’s Dr. Liz Sheld will discuss more revelations about the National Security Agency’s spying programs, Breitbart’s Dr. AWR Hawkins will discuss the Obama administration’s “War on Guns,” and Breitbart News investigative reporter Matthew Boyle will discuss why there has been so much resistance to the permanent political class’s efforts to pass a massive amnesty bill that the Congressional Budget Office said would lower the wages of working class Americans.