Tonight’s Opening Verse: Ecclesiastes 7:13-22

Consider the work of God: who can make straight what he has made crooked? In the day of prosperity be joyful, and in the day of adversity consider God has made the one as well as the other, so that man may not find out anything that will be after him. In my vain life I have seen everything. There is a righteous man who perishes in his righteousness, and there is a wicked man who prolongs his life in his evildoing. Be not overly righteous, and do not make yourself too wise. Why should you destroy yourself?  Be not overly wicked, neither be a fool. Why should you die before your time? It is good that you should take hold of this, and from that withhold not your hand, for the one who fears God shall come out from both of them. Wisdom gives strength to the wise man more than ten rulers who are in a city. Surely there is not a righteous man on earth who does good and never sins. Do not take to heart all the things that people say, lest you hear your servant cursing you. Your heart knows that many times you yourself have cursed others.

Tonight’s GUESTS:

Tom Homan, former Acting ICE Director & Heritage Visiting Fellow, joins the show to give us an update on the southern border.

Batya Ungar Sargon– Author and Newsweek Opinion Editor and Austin Petersen – Libertarian Party Presidential candidate and radio host, join the show to discuss how vax mandates are exacerbating hiring deficits in key professions.

Mark Paoletta, Attorney and Author joins the show to discuss his latest book co-authored with Michael Pack, Created Equal: Clarence Thomas In His Own Words.


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Gov. Gruesome is always a hypocrite about following his own edicts: spending his vacation in red Wyoming