The Dana Show Archives
  • Friday September 20 - Full Show

    Host Sergio Sanchez fills in to talk about Bernie Sander's "Government Produced Energy" campaign idea, then bounces into the Saudi Arabia Attack and resulting Fuel Prices. Tim Snyder from Matador Economics talks about why gas prices rise and fall, callers discuss why vaping deaths are increasing and why medicare isn't actually free. The Iphone 11 is out now, Colorado has halted their topless women ban and , Topless ban over in Colorado and a mom takes on Beto O'rourke over his Second amendment comments. Ken Cuccinelli, Director of Immigration services, talks about what's really going on at the border that the news isn't reporting.

  • Thursday September 19 - Full Show

    A photo emerges of Canadian PM Justin Trudeau in blackface in 2001. Should children be part of political discourse? (The Price is Right Themed) Twitter suspends a Second Amendment foundation account prior to their annual meeting. The Area 51 raid is scheduled this weekend. Beto O’Rourke tries to quote Antonin Scalia on the Second Amendment. Dana approves of the Cruz-Grassley Bill.

  • Wednesday September 18 - Full Show

    Capitol Hill begins to circulate its gun control proposals. A murderer in Houston is released without paying bail. Did Ilhan Omar violate Federal immigration law? CNN is over your thoughts and prayers. Senator Ted Cruz joins us to discuss his latest gun control proposals.

  • Tuesday September 17 - Full Show

    The New York Times gets criticized for their retractions about the new Kavanaugh accusers. Corey Lewandowski testifies in front of the House Judiciary Committee. Dana explains how Democrats are protecting the rights of gang members over red flag laws. Newsweek spins Dana’s words discussing historical evidence of gun confiscation. Carrie Severino joins us to discuss the latest Kavanaugh accusations.

  • Monday September 16 - Full Show

    A new accuser comes out against Brett Kavanaugh. Pete Buttigieg calls out Beto O’Rourke on gun confiscation. 2020 Democrats call for Brett Kavanaugh’s impeachment. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the Saudi drone strike. More on Kavanaugh. Joe Biden tells a story about being a lifeguard and a gang leader named Corn Pop.

  • Friday September 13 - Full Show

    Dana recaps the Democrat Debate in Houston. We give out a few awards from the debate. Melania Trump is getting criticized over her outfit on 9/11. Texas Congressional candidate Briscoe Cane joins us to discuss his arguments against Beto O’Rourke.Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday September 12 - Full Show

    ICE has a heated Congressional testimony. Beto O’Rourke launches a plan to help small businesses. A dedication brick was covered up after the donor supported Trump. Dana reveals the top 10 reasons to oppose red flag laws. Mitch McConnell says he will put forward any gun control measure that the President will sign. When is too early for Halloween decorations?

  • Wednesday September 11 - Full Show

    Dana reflects on the 18th remembrance of the 9/11 attacks. The Trump Administration plans to outlaw vaping. Congress meets at the White House on possible gun control bills. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton joins us to discuss big tech censorship. Ted Cruz and Alyssa Milano debate over gun control. Ben Howe joins us to discuss his book, The Immoral Majority.

  • Tuesday September 10 - Full Show

    President Trump fires Ambassador John Bolton. Trump fumes over CNN’s use of a Russian source. Former CIA Officer Valerie Plame announces her run for Congress. Bill Burr does not hold back in his newest special. Parkland father Andy Pollack joins us to discuss his new book, Why Meadow Died.

  • Monday September 9 - Full Show

    Congress returns from recess with 3 gun control bills ready for debate. Actress Gillian Anderson is getting criticized for calling Margaret Thatcher “absolutely fascinating”. ABC’s latest poll on gun control has some misleading crosstabs. Michael’s and Joanne’s defends their stance on concealed carry.

  • Friday September 6 - Full Show

    CVS adds to the list of prohibiting concealed carry in their stores. Congress already has plans to draft gun control legislation. People claim Drew Brees is anti-gay because he encouraged bringing bibles to school. Representative Matt Schaefer joins us to discuss opposition to red flag laws. The grand opening of a Chick-fil-a in Toronto forces protests. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday September 5 - Full Show

    CNN holds a 7-hour town hall with Democrat candidates on climate change. Beto O’Rourke is selling shirts after the Texas shooting. Dana debunks the story that says President Trump doctored a map with hurricane projections. Dana breaks down the swing counties across America. The Texas shooter bought a gun off the black market. Rotten Tomatoes rates Dave Cheppelle’s latest special a 33%

  • Wednesday September 4 - Full Show

    The Odessa shooter failed a background check. The media refuses to cover non-White shootings. Kroger joins the list of stores banning concealed carry. James Mattis explains today’s media elections perfectly. Pete Buttigieg’s husband goes after Pence for dining with Ireland’s gay Prime Minister.

  • Tuesday September 3 - Full Show

    Hurricane Dorian devastates the Bahamas. A boat fire in California misplaces 34 people. Walmart announces it will stop selling handgun ammunition. Debra Messing calls for Trump donors private information to be released. Joe Biden pretends to know about guns. Dana recaps the weekend of media bias. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Brexit, Hong Kong, and more.

  • Friday August 30 - Full Show

    Florida braces for the impact of Hurricane Dorian. A woman randomly stabs a boy in the face on the street in the country of Georgia. The Hill says Christians cannot serve both God and the GOP. Sutherland Springs hero Stephen Willeford joins us to discuss gun control proposals. Joe Biden doesn’t seem to recall a war story. Dior is creating a male cologne reflective of Native American culture.

  • Thursday August 29 - Full Show

    The Inspector General report states that Jim Comey mishandled classified memos. MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell apologizes for reporting fake news about Trump’s finances. The next Democrat debate stage is finalized leaving out Tulsi Gabbard. The Washington Post thinks that encouraging civility is racist. Should Comey have gotten indicted? A high school student was investigated after target shooting with his mom.

  • Wednesday August 28 - Full Show

    MSNBC claims Trump had Russian oligarchs co-sign bank loans. Dave Chappelle’s Netflix special breaks all politically correct boundaries. The knives are still out for Joe Biden. Bernie Sanders says China has done more to pull its people out of poverty. GMA’s Lara Spencer apologizes for her comments on male ballet dancers. Senator Jim DeMint joins us to discuss red flag laws.

  • Tuesday August 27 - Full Show

    Another MAGA Hat attack occurs. Elizabeth Warren takes the lead on a few polls. Dana explains the problem with diving into people’s social media history. A New York Times columnist tried to dox a professor on Twitter and it backfired. Judge Jeanine Pirro talks media censorship and her new book Radicals, Resistance and Revenge.

  • Monday August 26 - Full Show

    Trump travels to France for the G7 summit. Joe Biden’s gaffes continue. President Trump gets a primary challenger. A CNN guest says the Republican Party should be “burned to the ground”. Silicon Valley creates a rating system similar to China’ social credit system. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the G7 Summit, Hong Kong and more.

  • Friday August 23 - Full Show

    Andrew McCabe gets hired as a CNN contributor. Leftists take jabs at the death of one of the Koch brothers. We go to the phones for Open Line Friday. America’s new favorite board game, Socialist Monopoly! People are boycotting Jimmy John’s because the CEO is a big game hunter.

  • Thursday August 22 - Full Show

    The host of Dancing With The Stars criticizes the casting of Sean Spicer on the show. Brian Stelter says the White House Communications are state-sponsored lies. The Young Turks called the terrorist who shot at Dan Crenshaw, a “brave soldier”. A reporter tried to show how easy it was to buy a gun at Walmart, and failed. San Francisco rebrands the phrase “convicted felon”. The rage mob comes for Taylor Swift’s dad.

  • Wednesday August 21 - Full Show

    Some members of the media take Trump’s quotes out of context. Dana explains how some of the proposed background check solutions could be manipulated. President Trump cancels his state visit to Denmark after their Prime Minister comments on the US purchasing Greenland. Dana dropped her son off for his freshman year of college. Trump floats the idea of a payroll tax. The government recommends you keep your thermostat at 78 degrees.

  • Tuesday August 20 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. Elizabeth Warren apologizes to Native Americans. Jill Biden says her husband is the only way the Democrats beat Trump. A petition starts online for Joe Rogan to moderate a 2020 debate. Ilhan Omar blames Trump for the conflicts between Muslims and Jews.

  • Monday August 19 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. Stacey Abrams still refuses to concede the Georgia Gubernatorial Election. President Trump rejects the idea that another recession is looming. Rashida Tlaib calls for a boycott of Bill Maher after expressing his opinion about BDS. Antifa holds another violent rally in Portland. Beto O’Rourke is walking into gun shows.Customs and Border Protection continue to make strives to keep our border safe.

  • Friday August 16 - Full Show

    Rashida Tlaib cancels her trip to Israel after they bar her from visiting. Rep. Ted Lieu makes a dual loyalty smear to the US Ambassador to Israel. Trump thought about buying Greenland. Pennsylvania begins to move on gun control after the shooting in Philadelphia. Parkland father Ryan Petty joins us to discuss red flag laws. Dana shares one of her favorite pieces of hate mail.

  • Thursday August 15 - Full Show

    A convicted felon shoots 6 Philadelphia police officers after servicing a narcotics warrant. Israel bans Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entering their country. Kirsten Gillibrand proposes a gun buyback program. CVS Caremark fights with Pill Club over reimbursement for birth control. Elizabeth Warren says that Michael Brown was murdered in Ferguson, Missouri. Millennials call a forty year old SNL skit racist.

  • Wednesday August 14 - Full Show

    President Trump delays the Chinese tariffs. What is America’s role in the Hong Kong protests? How would voters respond to a potential recession? The UK is looking for another approach to its knife crime. Rep. Steve King says without rape or incest, there would be no people left on Earth. The Dayton murderer’s family published a heartfelt obituary.

  • Tuesday August 13 - Full Show

    CNN’s Chris Cuomo gets into an altercation after a Trump supporter calls him “Fredo”. Trump tweets his opinion on possible red flag laws. Illinois must teach LGBT history in public schools. Police in England threaten to prosecute people who make fun of a drug dealer’s hair. An article asks Conservative suburban women if they’ll vote for Trump. AOC and Barstool Sports beef over labor unions.

  • Monday August 12 - Full Show

    Jeffrey Epstein commits suicide in prison while being under suicide watch, spuring conspiracy theories. Two instances of social justice occur at the Pan Am Games. The Dayton shooter had a co-conspirator. More 2020 Democrats talk gun confiscation. Bernie Sanders says he’ll talk about aliens if he’s elected president. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the Hong Kong protests.

  • Friday August 9 - Full Show

    Joe Biden makes a few gaffes in Iowa. Callers express their opinions on proposed laws. Marco Rubio pushes his red flag bill. Threatening calls are made to Trump donors that were published by Joaquin Castro. Tommy Lee vs Kid Rock, who has the better opinions? A good guy with a gun stops a potential shooting in Missouri.

  • Thursday August 8 - Full Show

    CNN holds a town hall to address gun violence. Dana discusses some of the solutions from the town hall. Congressman Dan Crenshaw joins us to discuss the possibility of passing red flag laws. Rep. Adam Kinzinger calls for gun control to prevent the overturning of the Second Amendment. Elizabeth Warren makes her Progressive pitch to rural voters.

  • Wednesday August 7 - Full Show

    Joaquin Castro doxes citizens who donated to Trump’s campaign. MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace says Trump wants to “exterminate Latinos”. Dana offers her solutions to the gun violence issue. What could cause the Republicans to lose in 2020. Joe Biden plans to implement a gun “buyback” program. One America News’ Liz Wheeler joins us to discuss her new book Tipping Points about political rhetoric.

  • Tuesday August 6 - Full Show

    President Trump plans to visit El Paso, despite the messages of some lawmakers. 2020 candidates threaten executive action to confiscate firearms. Dana discusses the consequences of implementing red flag laws. The rage mob forces the New York Times to change their headline. Parkland father Hunter Pollack joins us to discuss reactions after the mass shootings.

  • Monday August 5 - Full Show

    Two mass shootings occur over the weekend in El Paso and Dayton, respectively. Dana breaks down the details. Dana debunks the “video game” narrative that contributes to mass shootings. Will Republicans agree to implement red flag laws? What is the proper way to handle the situation?

  • Friday August 2 - Full Show

    Sean Rima fills in for Dana. Anderson Cooper spars with Marianne Williamson over antidepressants. Chick-fil-a is the most popular restaurant in America, again. President Trump touts the economy at his Cincinnati. Kirsten Gillibrand continues to slam White people about their ancestors. Martin Scorcese’s new film features de-aging technology.

  • Thursday August 1 - Full Show

    Dana recaps night 2 of the Democrat Debates in Detroit. Tulsi Gabbard destroys Kamala Harris' record. Biden flip flops on the coal industry, fossil fuels, wage gap between women/men.

  • Wednesday, July 31 - Full Show

    Dana sounds off on the debates from last night. Marianne Williamson explains her plan for reparations. Why last night’s debate should scare you. A divide in the Democratic Party - Moderates vs. Socialists. Pete Buttigieg speaks on Christianity and minimum wage. Don Lemon’s loaded questions.

  • Tuesday, July 30 - Full Show

    The debates are coming - aren’t you excited?! Dana will watch so that you don’t have to. Some say that instead of making childish tweets, send help - Dana responds. A story from ABC that needs to be retracted, while Dana shares a story from Missouri that you won’t believe, and Scherie Murray joins the show.

  • Monday July 29 - Full Show

    Dana speaks on the California Garlic Festival shooting. President Trump tweets about the city of Baltimore. How did the media react? Dana shares her thoughts about Reverend Al Sharpton. How does the Chinese film market play a role in your movies here in the US? What exactly is The Department for Peace? Plus, 28% of food delivery services do this to your food...

  • Friday Jul 26 - Full Show

    Ilhan Omar’s interview with Al Jazeera gets accused of doctoring. The US will resume capital punishment for death row inmates. Ilhan Omar is rumored to move into a penthouse following her second divorce. My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell joins us to discuss his potential run for Congress. Bill de Blasio says Trump is not welcome back to New York City. How do Conservatives take the righteous path in politics nowadays?

  • Thursday July 25 - Full Show

    Democrats can’t decide to pursue impeachment following Mueller’s testimony. Ilhan Omar says White men are the biggest threat to America. A salon is forced to close after refusing to wax a transgender woman's male genitalia. Adam Schiff walks back his impeachment claims. Mike Pompeo issues a commission on unalienable rights. National Review’s Andy McCarthy joins us to discuss the Mueller testimony and what’s next.

  • Wednesday July 24 - Full Show

    Robert Mueller testifies before the House Intelligence Committee. Dana recaps the juxtapositions in the testimony. What are the biggest takeaways from the hearing? The Left media begins to criticize Bob Mueller after his foggy testimony. Ilhan Omar pushes back on a question about Female Genital Mutilation at a Muslim conference.

  • Tuesday July 23 - Full Show

    Congress comes to an agreement on the 2020 budget with more spending. Rashida Tlaib wants to raise the minimum wage to $20 an hour. Forever 21 is selling “fake news” biker shorts. Georgia State Rep. Erica Thomas is still facing criticism after lying about what a scuffle at a supermarket. Posting a negative review can get you sued. Should Antifa be labeled as a domestic terrorist group?

  • Monday July 22 - Full Show

    A Georgia state representative claims that a man told her to go back to where she came from at a supermarket. Ricky Gervais tweets a joke about a transgender Canadian woman that wanted her genitals waxed. A Pennsylvania school district threatens to put kids in foster care over lunch debt. The creator of the Area 51 Facebook page is starting to get a little nervous. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the threat of Iran, and Hong Kong protests.

  • Friday July 19 - Full Show

    The feud between Trump and the Squad continues. MSNBC claims there are no Socialists in Congress. The US shoots down an Iranian drone in International Waters. The trailer for the live action Cats movie is creepy. Rand Paul votes no on funding for 9/11 first responders. We go live to the President speaking. Two British oil tankers are seized by Iran.

  • Thursday July 18 - Full Show

    President Trump holds a rally in North Carolina wherein supporters chant “send her back” to Ilhan Omar. Multiple stories are developing about Omar over campaign finance law and legal marriage. The House votes to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour. Dana discusses how people need to separate ethnicity and context. Senator Josh Hawley joins us to discuss tech censorship.

  • Wednesday July 17 - Full Show

    The fight in the House continues after Congressman Al Green files Articles of Impeachment. CNN gave a White Nationalist a platform to trash Trump. A Minnesota newspaper questions Ilhan Omar’s marriage history. The New York Times claims the Apollo mission was sexist. Critics go after Chris Pratt’s t-shirt choice. 2020 candidates unveil their healthcare plans.

  • Tuesday July 16 - Full Show

    The Fab Four holds a press conference condemning Trump’s tweets. Joe Biden calls the President the most racist in American history. What was the political rhetoric like back in the early days of America. Republican leadership in Congress make statements on hateful rhetoric. The New York Times says Dave Chappelle is politically incorrect. The House will vote on whether to condemn Trump’s rhetoric.

  • Monday July 15 - Full Show

    Trump writes a questionable tweet over the weekend about Democrat Congresswoman. Protesters replaced a US flag with a Mexico flag at an ICE facility. Ilhan Omar responds to Trump’s attacks. ICE raids take place over the weekend. Scarlett Johannson comes under fire for comments on diversity on casting.

  • Friday July 12 - Full Show

    Labor Secretary Alex Acosta resigns. ICE raids are set to begin Sunday. President Trump will not add a citizenship question to the census per executive order. The 9/11 aid bill passes the House. A verbal fight breaks out at White House between reporters. The Washington Post calls the new Lion King fascistic.

  • Thursday July 11 - Full Show

    Nancy Pelosi and AOC continue their beef. Mitch McConnell’s challenger flip flops her position 3 times in one day. Trump holds a social media summit at the White House. Pete Buttigieg unveils his Douglass Plan to improve systematic racism. Trump calls off his executive order to add a citizenship question to the census. An Illinois fair cancels a band because they had a Confederate flag on one of their albums.

  • Wednesday July 10 - Full Show

    Critics are reframing the Jeffrey Epstein scandal to Trump. AOC has more beef with Pelosi. Ilhan Omar calls Tucker Carlson’s comments on the American Dream racist. Labor Secretary Alex Acosta holds a press conference amid calls for his resignation. The media begins to prop up Mitch McConnell’s challenger. The US Women push for equal pay at their victory parade.

  • Tuesday July 9 - Full Show

    Top Democrats call for Labor Secretary Alex Acosta to resign amid his plea deal with Jeffrey Epstein. A circuit court rules that public officials can’t block private citizens on social media. The Left boycotts Home Depot because it’s co-founder donated to Trump. Nancy Pelosi says the census question is about making America White again. Disney casts a Black actress to play Ariel in the live action remake of The Little Mermaid. Starbucks apologizes to Tempe police after kicking them out.

  • Monday July 8 - Full Show

    Eric Swalwell plans to be the first dropout of the 2020 race. Jeffrey Epstein pleads not guilty to sex trafficking underage girls. Joe Biden needs to pick his fights carefully. Rashida Tlaib defends her characterization of the situation at the border. The US Women’s National Team demand equal pay following their World Cup victory. Dana gives a 2020 update. The New York Times thinks air conditioning is sexist.

  • Wednesday July 3 - Full Show

    Activists are planning protests for the 4th of July celebration in DC. Pete Buttigieg introduces a national service plan. Dana gives a 2020 update. A design conference dropped a speaker because of his association with a church. Democrats still don’t understand the situation at the border.

  • Tuesday July 2 - Full Show

    AOC tours border facilities and gets fact-checked. Nike pulls its Betsy Ross flag sneakers amid Colin Kaepernick’s concerns about racism. Why can’t Americans have real conversations anymore? Trump’s planned Independence Day celebration is going to involve tanks and fighter jets. How should the US Women’s National Team deal with politicization?

  • Monday July 1 - Full Show

    New White House Press Secretary gets assaulted trying to cover Trump’s meeting in North Korea. The New York Times attempts to dox everyone involved in immigration enforcement. Reporter Andy Ngo gets attacked covering an Antifa rally in Portland. Beto O’Rourke decides to campaign in Mexico. The media criticizes the President for crossing the DMZ, as well as Ivanka Trump’s role in the G20.

  • Friday June 28 - Full Show

    Dana gives her initial reactions to night two of the Democratic debate. Where does Kamala Harris stand on health care among other things? Third trimester abortion rights in Alabama. Who else tweets like Marianne Williamson? Joe Biden has a senior moment when boasting about gun reform. Dana opens up the Mailbag of Hate and responds to her critics on air.

  • Thursday June 27 - Full Show

    Dana recaps the first night of the Democrat debates. The Supreme Court rules that a citizenship question on the census is unconstitutional. Elizabeth Warren continues to push abortion as a health issue. What’s the difference between decriminalizing and legalizing border crossings? Alyssa Milano takes a trip to a detention center. James O’Keefe joins us to discuss his investigation into big tech and censorship.

  • Wednesday June 26 - Full Show

    The first Democrat debate is set in Miami. Robert Mueller will test to testify before Congress on July 17th. Beto O’Rourke proposes a war tax to cover veterans’ health care. A photo of a drowned migrant circulates in the media. Wayfair employees planned a walk-out after the sale of their furniture to migrant children. Megan McCain blasts the use of the word “torture facilities”. Google gets slammed for identifying Conservative voices as “hate speech”.

  • Tuesday June 25 - Full Show

    Dana returns after a long vacation. A woman accuses the President of rape, without saying it was rape. Bernie Sanders introduces his plan to cancel all student loan debt. Dana recaps the rescinding of Kyle Kashuv’s Harvard acceptance. A St. Louis newspaper runs a hit piece on a fallen police officer. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the latest with Iran.

  • Monday June 24 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. South Bend residents blast Mayor Pete regarding his law enforcement. Callers’ discuss law enforcement and police brutality. Is the US lacking on the world stage? President Trump pauses the ICE raids. Bernie Sanders introduces his plan to eliminate all student debt.

  • Friday June 21 - Full Show

    The White House calls off an Iran strike 10 minutes before it was planned. We take callers’ opinions on Trump’s decision to not fire missiles. Senator John Cornyn joins us to discuss border security. A Missouri court rejects Planned Parenthood’s license. Congressman Dan Crenshaw joins us to discuss the border and Iran. ICE will begin targeting migrant families this weekend. Captain Chuck Nash joins us to discuss whether Trump made the correct decision regarding Iran.

  • Thursday June 20 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. Iran shoots down a US military drone, threatening war. Some Democrats tell AOC she’s wrong describing concentration camps. We take callers’ opinions on what to do with Iran. Cybersecurity expert Shawn Tuma joins us to discuss the threat of global hacking of software. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us on how the US should respond to Iran.

  • Wednesday June 19 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. President Trump raises $25 Million in 24 hours after officially launching his 2020 re-election bid. Democrats are defending AOC’s claim that border security is like concentration camps. Curtis Kalin from Citizens Against Government Waste joins Sergio to discuss the over-spending in Congress. The White House continues its negotiations with China.

  • Tuesday June 18 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. President Trump will launch his re-election bid in Orlando. AOC compares the southern border to concentration camps. Joe Biden threatens physical revolution if there is no compromise. Orlando reporter Darrell Moody joins us to discuss Trump’s 2020 kickoff rally.

  • Monday June 17 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. Iran threatens to break its nuclear deal. What is the responsibility of an American dad today? Beto O’Rourke doubles down on his open-border policy. A CNN anchor says they need to shut down Conservative arguments that go against their own. New polls show most Democrats leading Trump in a head-to-head poll.

  • Friday June 14 - Full Show

    Sarah Sanders steps down as White House Press Secretary. The Office of Legal Counsel says Kellyanne Conway should step down for violating the Hatch Act. Andrew McCabe says it wasn’t illegal for the Democrats to hire a British spy to get opposition research. Memphis citizens riot against police after a civilian is killed. Attorney Michael Chase joins us to discuss how many crimes a person commits once a day. Beto O’Rourke thinks he still has a chance. Illinois passes a law making abortions easier to get. Boston still stinks, for multiple reasons. Actress Tessa Thompson wants action movies to feature more women-led roles.

  • Thursday June 13 - Full Show

    President Trump says he would accept oppo research from foreign countries. Nancy Pelosi rips Trump’s statement on foreign governments. Bernie Sanders says Americans are willing to pay more in taxes. St. Louis Blues win their first Stanley Cup Final. My Little Pony introduces its first lesbian couple. Conservative women are responding to “skimpy bikini culture”. More suspicious illnesses are occurring to tourists in the Dominican Republic.

  • Wednesday June 12 - Full Show

    The Hill publishes a headline lying about immigration. A reporter mocks Trump’s comments on farmers and broadband. Bernie Sanders speaks to make the case for “Democratic Socialism”. There are more instances of Twitter shadow-banning Conservatives. The US Women’s National Team gets criticized for celebrating after their 13th goal. A candidate for Virginia Senate wins his race after committing felonies including sexual assault and illegal possession of a firearm.

  • Tuesday June 11 - Full Show

    Democrats bring in Watergate Counsel John Dean to try to go after Trump. Bryan Cranston jabs at Trump at the Tony’s. Joe Biden grandstands against Trump at his rally in Iowa. 180 CEO’s voice their opinions on Planned Parenthood clinics closing. Walmart announces it will deliver your groceries inside your home. Pinterest blocks a pro-life group from their platform.

  • Monday June 10 - Full Show

    President Trump reaches an agreement with Mexico on immigration, therefore rescinding the threat of tariffs. The University of Alabama removes a donor’s name off a building after he criticized the school. 2020 Democrats ascended upon Iowa to take hits at Joe Biden. A New York man gets charged with firearm possession after defending himself from burglars. Democrats are putting gun control at the forefront of their campaigns. The FISA abuse report will get delayed due to new information. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the latest with Mexico and Hong Kong protests.

  • Friday June 7 - Full Show

    Joe Biden flips his prior stance on taxpayer-funded abortion. Statistics show that Planned Parenthood mainly focus on abortion. The US will impose tariffs if Mexico does not curb their immigration problem. Dana updates more censorship on social media platforms. AOC and Ted Cruz are teaming up on legislation. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday June 6 - Full Show

    Dana recognizes the 75th remembrance of D-Day. Tech companies continue to censor more platforms for bizarre reasons. Bernie Sanders crashes Walmart’s shareholders’ meeting to demand workers rights. A police officer gets denied entry at a jewelry store due to his exposed firearm. The Mueller report is going to backfire for Democrat politics. The Budget Committee wants to hire a mental health expert to examine President Trump.

  • Wednesday June 5 - Full Show

    Trump exposes Joe Biden’s 1988 plagiarized speech in his Presidential run. California ranks last place in standard of living. Trump cancels a government contract that provides funding for fetal tissue research. People are criticizing a church in Virginia for praying for the President. A teacher awards her autistic student as “most annoying”. YouTube demonitizes accounts with “hate speech” including many Conservative voices.

  • Tuesday June 4 - Full Show

    Thousands of protestors fail to show up to protest President Trump’s visit to the UK. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam calls for a special session for stricter gun control. Dodgeball is apparently a tool of oppression. Pete Buttigieg calls for a national firearm registry. Joe Biden unveils his plan to attack climate change. The Parkland School Resource Officer is arrested and charged.

  • Monday June 3 - Full Show

    London Mayor Sadiq Khan criticizes Trump amid his visit to the UK. A disgruntled employee open fires at his former employer killing 11. John Hickenlooper gets booed after saying Socialism is not the answer. A restaurant is banning language that puts women first. Mexico admits their border is run by cartels. 2020 candidates continue to out-woke each other.

  • Friday May 31 - Full Show

    Elizabeth Warren gets pressed on her Native American heritage. A judge who helped an illegal alien escape wants her salary reinstated. Senator Michael Bennet says he would close the “Internet loophole” for firearms. Disney’s CEO says it would be difficult to film in Georgia following their abortion law. Pete Buttigieg’s brother-in-law says his struggle is not as bad as he puts it. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday May 30 - Full Show

    The Wall Street Journal publishes a story stating the Navy covered up the name of USS John McCain when Trump visited. Top Democrats are trying to figure out whether to bring up Impeachment. Mitch McConnell looks forward to filling another Supreme Court Justice if need be. A Virginia high school teacher was fired for refusing to acknowledge a student’s proper pronoun. The next step in the US-China trade war could be over rare earth minerals. A transgender male track star wins the women’s championship.

  • Wednesday May 29 - Full Show

    Robert Mueller makes his first public appearance in two years explaining his report. How do Mueller’s final thoughts affect 2020? The Democrats’ responses dance around Impeachment.

  • Tuesday May 28 - Full Show

    Trump gets criticism for his press conference with Japan PM Shinzo Abe. A writer completely makes up a quote from the President. Texas lawmakers approve of a safe gun storage bill. Mila Jovovich doesn’t know the difference between a miscarriage and an abortion. More mountain climbers are dying due to the popularity of Mount Everest. Vox puts out a hot take on Game of Thrones. The EU loses ground in elections. Joe Biden slams Trump’s dealings with North Korea.

  • Thursday May 23 - Full Show

    Tornadoes tear through parts of the Midwest. Chicago Tribune spins a story about conceal carry in their headline. A Virginia woman had her dog euthanized to get buried with her. Hollywood wants to draw the line on Quentin Tarantino. The UN says that Amazon’s Alexa is sexist. Pete Buttigieg is starting to pick fights with 2020 Dems.

  • Wednesday May 22 - Full Show

    Trump exits a meeting on infrastructure with Chuck and Nancy after Pelosi says Trump is engaging in a cover-up. Some states are proposing ridiculous big government laws. The St. Louis Blues are going to the Stanley Cup Final!! Ben Carson had a rough hearing in front of the House Finance Committee. Democrats say men should have no say on whether his future child is aborted. Trump is planning military pardons on Memorial Day. Sean Gallagher, brother of Eddie Gallagher, joins us to discuss his brother’s possible pardon from President Trump.

  • Tuesday May 21 - Full Show

    President Trump targets Biden in his Pennsylvania rally. Alabama is not airing an episode of Arthur because it involves a gay marriage. Joe Biden says Trump inherited the Obama/Biden economy. Hollywood plans to boycott the states of Georgia and Alabama. The House Freedom Caucus condemns Justin Amash’s Trump comments. Buying Sudafed is like trying to buy meth. Dana breaks down the 2020 Democrats’ music preferences.

  • Monday May 20 - Full Show

    Fox News holds a town hall with Pete Buttigieg. British politician Nigel Farage gets doused with a milkshake by a protestor. AG William Barr says Democrats are trying to undermine his credibility. Dana recaps Game of Thrones season finale. President Trump tweets threatening invading Iran. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the Iran threat and Venezuela.

  • Thursday May 16 - Full Show

    Could the Alabama abortion bill make the Supreme Court? Many people on both sides of the abortion debate are not stating the facts. A gun control bill is being shielded from public view. Beto O’Rourke live streams himself getting his ear hair trimmed. The FBI was concerned Jim Comey was blackmailing Trump.

  • Wednesday May 15 - Full Show

    Dana breaks down the timeline of Christopher Steele and the FISA application. Alabama bans almost all types of abortion and criminalizes the procedure. The AFL-CIO puts out a video supporting Communism. YouTube banned a 14 year-old girl after her channel posted hateful rhetoric. Kamala Harris threatens Executive Privilege to confiscate firearms. Democrats plan to ban the sale of gas-powered cars by 2040. The State Department orders the departure of non-emergency staff from its embassy in Iraq.

  • Tuesday May 14 - Full Show

    Dana makes the most epic Game of Thrones comparison to the DNC. Rashida Tlaib doubles down on her comments on the Holocaust. Beto O’Rourke tries to re-frame his imagine. Alyssa Milano is going on a sex strike. Senator Josh Hawley joins us to discuss tech companies and cyber-security.

  • Monday May 13 - Full Show

    More Republicans are adopting the idea of paid family leave. The Associated Press ran a fact check to correct the definition of an abortion. AOC says some of her statements on climate change were based in sarcasm. Rashida Tlaib revises history about the Holocaust. Pete Buttigieg claims the Right uses identity politics. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Iran, China, and Venezuela.

  • Friday May 10 - Full Show

    Jim Comey gets asked how he handled the Clinton Foundation scandal. Dana has an interesting discussion with a listener over suicide prevention. Vox ranked celebrity chefs’ cookbooks by how many animals it kills. Gucci’s new lipstick praises women with missing teeth. Anti-gun advocates on social media continue to use violent rhetoric. A Colorado mother warned the STEM school about violence 5 months ago. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday May 9 - Full Show

    GOP lawmakers issued a subpoena to Donald Trump Jr. about the Russia and Clinton’s emails. A vigil for the STEM school shooting in Colorado gets highly politicized and students walk out. What happened to Howard Schultz and Beto O’Rourke? The Chicago Cubs banned a fan because it appeared he made a white power hand gesture. Facebook co-founder says the government needs to break up the company. A Republican lawmaker introduces legislation to curb kids from paying for game apps.

  • Wednesday May 8 - Full Show

    The House Judiciary Committee votes to hold the Attorney General in contempt of Congress. One student dies after a shooting at a STEM school in Colorado. What is the best way for parents to prepare the youth of America? The New York Times claims they have a scoop about Trump going bankrupt. Georgia passes its Fetal Heartbeat Bill. PA State Representative issues an apology after posting a video doxing teenage girls at Planned Parenthood.

  • Tuesday May 7 - Full Show

    House Democrats schedule a vote to hold AG Barr in contempt. AOC has never used a garbage disposal. A Pennsylvania state representative doxes young women at a Planned Parenthood clinic. The UN reports that animal extinction is going to kill humans. Pete Buttigieg doesn’t think that God would have voted for Trump. Ted Nugent joins us to discuss his new tour and Democrat gun control proposals.

  • Monday May 6 - Full Show

    Hillary Clinton says the election was stolen from her. Cory Booker unveils his gun control policy. Joe Biden has a few slip-ups already. The Muslim-American Society of Philadelphia posted children singing songs about murder. A store made an LGBT sandwich for a gay pride parade. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Venezuela, and the fired rockets from Gaza.

  • Friday May 3 - Full Show

    Nancy Pelosi suggests Bill Barr should go to jail for lying. Dana recaps her speaking engagement in Austin. Should social media platforms act like publishers? Zac Efron says Ted Bundy had white privilege as a serial killer. Dana doesn’t agree with the categorization of a Millennial.

  • Thursday May 2 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. Democrats are calling for Bill Barr’s resignation. Ilhan Omar says the US is to blame for Venezuela. Facebook bans high profiles like Laura Loomer, Louis Farrakhan, and Alex Jones.

  • Wednesday May 1 - Full Show

    AG Bill Barr testifies on Capitol Hill over the Mueller Report. Dana breaks down the questioning and how we got here. Stephen Colbert parodies Dana in a spoof about the NRA. National Review’s Andy McCarthy joins us to discuss his piece on Mueller’s letter to the Attorney General.

  • Tuesday April 30 - Full Show

    Clashes erupt in Venezuela by the Maduro regime. An Afghan vet planned a terror attack in LA. The White House plans to name the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization. Pete Buttigieg isn’t sure how to eat fried chicken. Chase Bank has a “poor-shaming” tweet. New polls show Joe Biden takes a commanding lead. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the civil unrest in Venezuela.

  • Monday April 29 - Full Show

    The media is quick to blame Trump after a California synagogue shooting. Dana looks back on the LA Riots and the “Roof Koreans”. The New York Times publishes an Anti-Semitic cartoon. Dana recaps the Battle of Winterfell. Dana taught her son lessons when applying to college.

  • Friday April 26 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. The Associated Press frames a headline about the NRA. How was the Second Amendment god-given? Joe Biden botches his apology to Anita Hill. How would Biden handle a debate stage with Trump? The immigration crisis continues at the border.

  • Thursday April 25 - Full Show

    Live from Indianapolis. Joe Biden announces his candidacy for President. Biden’s campaign ad opens with an immediate attack on Trump. Cory Booker says criticism about Ilhan Omar is reprehensible. AOC tried to dunk on a Democrat on social media. Franklin Graham responds to Pete Buttigieg. Will the Crime Bill that Joe Biden sponsored come back to haunt him?

  • Wednesday April 24 - Full Show

    Nancy Pelosi still hesitates to call for impeachment. Some Democrats are defending allowing terrorists the right to vote. Kamala Harris has already started walking back her stances. A state representative wants to primary Trump. There’s still attempts to turn Texas blue. Would you rather be a dog or a ghost?

  • Tuesday April 23 - Full Show

    2020 Democrats want felons to be able to vote from prison. Kamala Harris says she would use Executive Order to confiscate firearms. AOC says there is nothing wrong with the VA. Elizabeth Warren explains her free college plan. Studies show Social Security will become insolvent. The Sri Lankan terrorists sent out warnings before attacking. Dana shares the headlines the media has lacked covering this week.

  • Monday April 22 - Full Show

    Terrorists kill nearly 300 in Sri Lanka during Easter services. CNN’s April Ryan feuds with Mike Huckabee after some threatening comments about Sarah Sanders. Elizabeth Warren calls for cancellation of all student loan debt. Many prominent Democrats use the same phrase to describe Sri Lankan victims. Actress Brie Larson defends herself on her press tour for being a lead woman. Mitt Romney wrote a piece slamming Trump’s behavior in the Mueller report.

  • Friday April 19 - Full Show

    Dana breaks down the full media and Democrat responses after reading the Mueller report. Adam Schiff has to eat his words. Nancy Pelosi contradicts herself where it concerns the Starr Report. Apparently, grits are racist, so are libraries.

  • Thursday April 18 - Full Show

    The full redacted Mueller Report is released to the public. Dana breaks down the most noteworthy portions and overreactions including what is next. The Special Counsel and the Department of Justice disagreed on whether there was Obstruction of Justice. Jerry Nadler does not take Impeachment off the table. The media thinks the White House played a Nazi song.

  • Wednesday April 17 - Full Show

    A Florida woman who threatens Columbine High School is found dead. Pete Buttigieg says Republicans are clinging to the Electoral College. Beto O’Rourke dodges a question about donating to charities. Snopes fact-checks a doctored image of AOC on The Price Is Right. Buttigieg says an “assault weapons” ban is on the table.National Review’s Andy McCarthy joins us to discuss what he expects from the full Mueller report.

  • Tuesday April 16 - Full Show

    Fox News holds a town hall with Bernie Sanders. Ilhan Omar did not cite religion in her tweet about Notre Dame. Michelle Obama compares America to a broken family. Eric Swalwell pretends he doesn’t know who Dana is. Bernie Sanders battles Fox anchors on his tax returns. Netflix wants people to stop calling romantic comedies “Rom-coms”. Dana has a special Tuesday edition of Mailbag of Hate.

  • Monday April 15 - Full Show

    Nancy Pelosi continues to separate herself from the Socialists in the Democrat party. President Trump suggests putting asylum seekers into sanctuary cities. A new show on CBS cites violence being okay in political speech. A constitutional carry bill in Texas fails after gun activists show up at the lawmaker’s house. Hillary Clinton comments on the release of the Mueller report. People are complaining about their tax refunds on tax day.

  • Friday April 12 - Full Show

    The Inspector General is looking into Barr’s claims on spying. AOC says Dan Crenshaw should have done more to fight terrorism. We go to the phones for Open Line Friday. Mike Pence responds to Pete Buttigieg’s comments on his sexuality. The LGBT community is flying rainbow flags over a Chick-Fil-A in San Jose. Stevie Wonder calls for more gun control. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday April 11 - Full Show

    President Trump responds to Bill Barr’s citation of surveillance. Julian Assange is arrested and indicted for conspiracy. Raw Story takes Dana’s words on the topic of Internet out of context. Dana’s take on the Democrat messaging moving forward. A campus policeman was put on leave because he liked Conservative tweets. Judicial Watch’s Tom Fitton joins us to discuss FISA abuse and Bill Barr’s testimony.

  • Wednesday April 10 - Full Show

    Attorney General Bill Barr testifies that the DNC spied on the Trump Campaign. Maxine Waters and Steve Mnuchin get into an argument. Kirsten Gillibrand lies about gun ownership in her CNN town hall. Lori Loughlin could face up to 40 years in prison. Dana gives a 2020 update. Congressman Louie Gohmert joins us to discuss Bill Barr’s testimony and border security.

  • Tuesday April 9 - Full Show

    Pete Buttigieg continues to call out Mike Pence on religion. Andy Pollack joins us live in studio to discuss school security and anti Semitism. A new Netflix documentary fear-mongers over walruses. A Long Island student was told she couldn’t pick Trump as her hero for her class project. Congressman Ted Lieu slanders Candace Owens in a Congressional hearing. Eric Swalwell announces a gun control Presidential run.

  • Monday April 8 - Full Show

    An out of context clip from Trump on MS-13 resurfaces with different narratives. Beto O’Rourke’s policy proposals on his website are a little ridiculous. A medical student makes excuses when pushing for free college. AOC puts on an accent when speaking to a predominately Black audience. A Gillette ad promotes an obese woman. Former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel is looking for new work. Pete Buttigieg remains the most interesting Democrat to watch.

  • Friday April 5 - Full Show

    DHS and ICE are running out of space to house border crossings. We take calls for Open Line Friday. Beto O’Rourke compares Trump to Hitler, again. Dana judges Pete Buttigieg’s book choices. The ACLU is shifting its focus to transgenders in sports. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday April 4 - Full Show

    John Kasich forms a dark money group opposing President Trump. The Violence Against Women Act passes in the House. Dana explains how Conservatives need to be more politically active. Texas GOP Chair James Dickey joins us to discuss the fight to keep Texas red. Former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel used taxpayer money to buy support in the Black community. Patagonia isn’t selling their vests to Silicon Valley.

  • Wednesday April 3 - Full Show

    CNN asks if the “lock her up” chant considered hate speech. Millennials want the border to stay open for their avocados. More celebrities are working to overturn the Fetal Heartbeat bill in Georgia. Congressman Steve Scalise joins us to discuss the Born Alive bill. Joe Biden puts out a video discussing his prior behavior.

  • Tuesday April 2 - Full Show

    More Democrats begin to make excuses for Joe Biden’s previous behavior. An execution of a murderer is put on hold to appeal to a Buddhist’s needs. ABC writes a story citing criticism by 3 tweets. Beto O’Rourke endorses abolishing the Electoral College. Dana shares the story of an animal fight in her backyard. Former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson joins us to discuss the movie “Unplanned”.

  • Monday April 1 - Full Show

    AOC holds an MSNBC forum for the Green New Deal. Should Joe Biden’s prior behavior prohibit him from running for President? NBC’s top political editor tried to intimidate other reporters on behalf of the DNC. Hollywood calls for a boycott of Georgia over an abortion bil. A movie about an unplanned pregnancy was censored on social media. Beto O’Rourke holds his launch party in El Paso. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Venezuela and Russia’s involvement.

  • Friday March 29 - Full Show

    President Trump held a rally in Michigan. Dana digs into the Violence Against Women Act. Chicago blasts the media attention Jussie Smollett is getting. Barbara Bush’s biography discusses her suicidal depression.
    Marco Rubio pushes a Federal red flag bill on firearms. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday March 28 - Full Show

    House Republicans call for Adam Schiff’s resignation. Chicago police officers were threatened by citizens after a drug arrest. Cory Booker botches gun statistics in his CNN town hall. San Antonio City Councilman Greg Brockhouse joins us to discuss the airport banning Chick-Fil-A. Jussie Smollett’s lawyers say the attackers could have been wearing “whiteface”. Dana explains why Republicans should not adopt a paid family leave policy.

  • Wednesday March 27 - Full Show

    The Green New Deal fails in the Senate as Democrats vote “present”. Rahm Emanuel blasts Jussie Smollett for corrupting the criminal justice system. Chris Evans wants to cut ties with Tom Brady. The EU is adopting online copyright laws to censor content. The White House announces rollbacks to Obamacare. Barbara Bush’s biography discusses President Trump. An Ohio man is being charged with assault after attacking a 17-year-old molesting a child. Joe Biden says he regrets how he handled the Anita Hill hearing. Keith Olbermann calls for calls for attacks on a Mississippi turkey hunter.

  • Tuesday March 26 - Full Show

    Chicago prosecutors drop all charges against Jussie Smollett. We go live to Chicago Police rebuking the dropped charges. Dana discusses instances of identity politics in sentencing. Former intelligence officials have yet to apologize for saying there was collusion. GOP leadership calls for Adam Schiff to step down. Senator John Cornyn joins us to discuss voting on the Green New Deal and Mueller report.

  • Monday March 25 - Full Show

    A summary of the Special Counsel’s report is released citing no evidence of Russian conspiracy. Dana responds to media behavior in the Russia investigation. Michael Avenatti is arrested and charged with extortion from Nike. We go live to a press conference with a US Attorney describing Michael Avenatti’s charges. Peppa Pig is accused of being sexist. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Israel and the Mueller report.

  • Friday March 22 - Full Show

    Huffington Post writes an article about Dana’s son’s birthday cake. TIME writes an article showing AOC’s struggle. San Antonio bans Chick-Fil-A at their airport over its anti-LGBT behavior. Alaska’s governor calls to investigate a citizen over his bumper sticker. Portland State’s Bias Response Team deals with finger guns. Dana opens Her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday March 21 - Full Show

    New Zealand bans all semi-automatic firearms overnight. Bernie Sanders praises New Zealand’s response. Joe Biden may announce his candidacy with a running mate. Dana’s son turns 18 and is going to college. Beto O’Rourke botches statistics on abortion. There is a Miami lawsuit about floating billboards.

  • Wednesday March 20 - Full Show

    The Mueller report reportedly nears a deadline. Dana reaches out to Jake Tapper after CNN was awarded a Cronkite Award for its Parkland town hall. More Democrats are pushing to remove the Electoral College. British police are going after a woman for misusing pronouns. A study shows people don’t become adults until they’re 30.

  • Tuesday March 19 - Full Show

    Elizabeth Warren has a town hall in Mississippi. CNN gets awarded a Cronkite Award for its Parkland Town Hall. We go live to a press conference with President and the Brazilian President. AOC’s approval ratings drop among the Amazon pull out. Facebook reveals numbers on the live stream from the New Zealand shooter. A Hawaii bed and breakfast is sued over not serving a lesbian couple.

  • Monday March 18 - Full Show

    2020 candidates are proposing banning semi-automatic firearms. Dana discusses New Zealand’s firearm policy. Should Judge Jeanine have not gotten suspended from Fox News? Many are pointing to gun control in wake of the New Zealand massacre. J.K. Rowling is trying to explain how Harry Potter was more inclusive than written.

  • Friday March 15 - Full Show

    A terrorist kills 49 in a New Zealand synagogue. The media rushes to blame Trump and the NRA for the terrorist attack. AOC jumps to conclusions. We go to the phones for Open Line Friday. Bernie Sanders used to be more Socialist than he is now. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday March 14 - Full Show

    Beto O’Rourke announces his candidacy for President. Vanity Fair features O’Rourke on the cover. Dana sets the stage for a successful Biden/Beto ticket. Paul Manafort gets 7.5 years in prison. Connecticut rules Remington firearms can be sued over Sandy Hook. The Senate passes a resolution blocking Trump’s national emergency.

  • Wednesday March 13 - Full Show

    Pundits call for Tucker Carlson’s resignation. Is Socialism good on paper? Actress Lori Loughlin turns herself in to police. Dana breaks down the 2020 fight as of today. California ICE could not interact with a family letting a homicide occur. Lisa Page’s testimony puts former AG Loretta Lynch in the cross hairs.

  • Tuesday March 12 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. The FBI prosecutes over 50 individuals in the largest college acceptance scandal in US history. 15 people die in Venezuela over the weekend. Joe Biden teases his 2020 run. Houston Police officer Joe Gamaldi joins us to discuss public safety reforms. We take callers opinions on college acceptance.

  • Monday March 11 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. Democrats attempt to disassociate with being labeled Socialists. We take callers’ opinions. The White House publishes the 2020 budget proposal. We go live to the White House Press Briefing. Pete Buttigieg calls for universal basic income.

  • Friday March 8 - Full Show

    The House votes on a watered-down proposal to condemn Antisemitism. 2020 candidate John Hickenlooper refuses to call himself a Capitalist. It’s International Women's Day. There are studies on the “hipster effect”. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday March 7 - Full Show

    Nancy Pelosi defends Ilhan Omar’s anti-Semitic behavior. The DNC bans Fox News from any Democratic primary debate. We take callers’ opinions on the DNC. British Muslim parents prevail over an elementary school’s LGBT-friendly curriculum. Alex Trebek announces he has stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

  • Wednesday March 6 - Full Show

    The House has no plans to punish Ilhan Omar for her anti-Semitic behavior. California is putting cow farting as a top priority to their climate change legislation. Could Texas flip blue in 2020? AOC doesn’t understand plastic bags. States are giving driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants.

  • Tuesday March 5 - Full Show

    Juan Williams says Trump won’t leave office even if he’s voted out. AOC’s campaign is in hot water after hiding PAC money. Carter Page threatens to sue Democrat operatives. Dana discusses her favorite battle scenes of all time. Will Smith is apparently too light skinned to play Serena Williams’ dad in a biopic. Tennis legend Martina Navratilova comments on transgender participation.

  • Monday March 4 - Full Show

    Democrats request documents from 81 different people associated with President Trump. Trump’s comments on human trafficking at CPAC stirs controversy. Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper enters the 2020 race. Democrats have yet to condemn the anti-Semitic words of Ilhan Omar. A New Jersey high school bans limos at prom due to social inequality. Former Republicans are changing their values for more publicity.

  • Friday March 1 - Full Show

    Otto Warmbier’s parents release a statement condemning the President’s comments on North Korea. A poll says Democrats view Trump as more of a threat than Kim Jong Un. Dana remembers the legacy of Andrew Breitbart. More Democrats announce they’re running in 2020. An Alabama dispute over crab legs ends in a brawl. Dana opens the phone lines for Open Line Friday. The Democrat Party continues to split on ideology. Dana shares the craziest 911 call of 2019. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday February 28 - Full Show

    President Trump leaves Vietnam with no agreement with North Korea. Justin Trudeau is in turmoil after his ex-AG gives a bombshell testimony. Criticism reigns after Trump’s comments on Otto Warmbier. We go to the President speaking live in Alaska. Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib erupts the Cohen testimony. Rick Santorum wants Conservatives to support paid family life. Dana clarifies the details of the proposed universal background check bill. Investigative reporter Luke Rosiak joins us to discuss his new book regarding the deep state and the DNC.

  • Wednesday February 27 - Full Show

    Michael Cohen testifies on Capitol Hill. President Trump meets Kim Jong Un in Vietnam. India and Pakistan are threatening each other. Joe Biden hints at running for President. Rotten Tomatoes ends pre-release movie comments because of trolling of Captain Marvel. AOC clashes with Ivanka Trump over the Green New Deal. Congress votes on a universal background check bill. An Internet phenomenon is scaring kids.

  • Tuesday February 26 - Full Show

    Senate Democrats block a vote on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. A universal background check bill is working its way through the House. Dana explains the skewed statistics of hate crimes. Women arrested in Florida sex trafficking ring were unaware of their conditions among arrival. Courts rule that barring females from the Selective Service in unconstitutional. Apparently, knitting can be racist.

  • Monday February 25 - Full Show

    Harry Reid says he misses George W. Bush. Democrats’ struggle with the cost of Green energy proposals. Dianne Feinstein gets into an argument with children about the Green New Deal. Transgenders win a high school track championship in Connecticut. Dana explains the relocation of American citizens in the US. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Venezuela and Trump’s trip to Vietnam.

  • Friday February 22 - Full Show

    The media has a field day with Jussie Smollett’s arrest. Patriots Owner Robert Kraft is charged with 2 counts of soliciting prostitution. Democrats want reparations for slavery. An ISIS bride sues the Trump Administration for not letting her back in the US. A trustee of Gettysburg College resigns over a Nazi costume. The New York Times reports Amy Klobuchar ate salad with a comb. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday February 21 - Full Show

    Empire actor Jussie Smollett is arrested and appears in court. Bernie Sanders declares war on the Earth. An Ohio music store owner faces backlash after refusing service to Trump supporters. Democrats continue to walk back their previous comments on the Jussie Smollett incident. A student at UC Berkeley assaults a Conservative student and threatens to shoot him. Prosecutors reveal details about Smollett’s staged attack. A California school bans political clothing due to safety concerns. A performance of Hamilton caused an evacuation.

  • Wednesday February 20 - Full Show

    CNN hires a political editor that worked for the Justice Department under Trump. 2020 Democrats refuse to relate their policies to Socialism. AOC put her boyfriend on a payroll funded by a PAC. Dana has a difficult experience buying Sudafed. Mike Pompeo denies an American ISIS bride re-entry into the US. Gregg Jarrett joins us to discuss the Mueller probe ending and what the final report may contain.

  • Tuesday February 19 - Full Show

    President Trump delivers a speech in Miami threatening Socialism in South America. Someone uncovered a 1971 Playboy interview with John Wayne with offensive comments. Venezuela continues to starve its citizens as Maduro remains in power. Democrats are hesitant to backtrack on Jussie Smollett’s fake accusal. Michigan’s Governor gets pushback from her attire giving her State of the State Address.

  • Monday February 18 - Full Show

    Chicago police reveal Empire actor Jussie Smollett staged his attack. The Aurora shooter was a prohibited possessor. Dana taught a masterclass at Yale. Democrats file a lawsuit against the national emergency. Andrew McCabe tells how he and Rod Rosenstein tried to remove the President from office. Dana explains how playing the victim nowadays is worth more in society.

  • Friday February 15 - Full Show

    President Trump officially declares a National Emergency for building a border wall. Dana discusses how the spending bill is a bad idea. We open the phone lines for Open Line Friday. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Venezuela and the National Emergencies Act. AOC celebrates the departure of Amazon’s plan to build in New York. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday February 14 - Full Show

    Dana marks the progress made on the one-year anniversary of the Parkland Massacre. Andrew McCabe admits to trying to force the President out of office via the 25th Amendment. Rep. Ilhan Omar gets heated with Elliot Abrams at a committee hearing. Gun control legislation passes through House Committees. Congressman Dan Crenshaw joins us to discuss the battle for border funding and government shutdown. President Trump announces he will sign the spending bill and also declare a national emergency to build a wall.

  • Wednesday February 13 - Full Show

    Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz gives a town hall in Houston with many Progressive ideas. Democrats introduce a 10-round magazine ban for firearms. President Trump intends to sign a Congressional agreement to avoid another shutdown. The Senate reaches a conclusion showing no conspiracy between the Trump Campaign and Russia. A meteorologist gets fired after messing up a word game. We go live to the President speaking at the Sheriffs & Cities Chiefs Association. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis calls for an audit of the schools' PROMISE Programs.

  • Tuesday February 12 - Full Show

    President Trump holds a rally in El Paso while Beto O’Rourke holds a counter-rally. Ralph Northam is touring Virginia to improve race relations. Mitch McConnell announces the Senate will vote on the Green New Deal. Katy Perry wears a “blackface” shoe to the Grammys. Bloomingdales sells a t-shirt that says “fake news”. Congress reaches a compromise on the spending bill expecting the President to sign.

  • Monday February 11 - Full Show

    Proponents of the Green New Deal rewrite their legislation over the weekend. Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar announce their candidacy for President. Ralph Northam will continue to serve his term. Representative Ilhan Omar makes Anti-Semitic tweets. New York’s abortion law prevented a murderer from from facing 2 charges for stabbing a pregnant woman. Ilhan Omar puts out an apology statement. Congressman Louie Gohmert joins us to discuss the border dispute.

  • Friday February 8 - Full Show

    Jeff Bezos claims the National Enquirer blackmailed him over nude photos. Democrats join Ocasio-Cortez’ Green New Deal. We go to the phones for Open Line Friday. Former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel says he will run for reelection. Kamala Harris misstates gun statistics.

  • Thursday February 7 - Full Show

    AOC introduces the Green New Deal. Democrats are split on whether to support the Green New Deal. Adidas pulls their white shoes during Black History Month. We take callers’ opinions on the Green New Deal. No Virginia Democrats have stepped down yet. An Oklahoma man is paying child support for a child that is not his.

  • Wednesday February 6 - Full Show

    Dana recaps the State of the Union Address. Trump’s highlights the negative effects on Socialism. Virginia’s top 3 officials are all facing individual scandals. Congressman Steve Scalise joins us to discuss his reaction to the State of the Union as well as some proposed legislation. Stacey Abrams gives the Democratic response to the State of the Union

  • Dana Loesch Interviews Roger Stone -- Did CNN get tipped off by the Special Counsel?

    Former Trump Campaign Official Roger Stone joins Dana to discuss his indictment and the Russia investigation. Did CNN get tipped off by the Special Counsel? Stone reveals some details regarding his arrest that may reveal secrets.

  • Tuesday February 5 - Full Show

    Melania Trump invites a boy named Joshua Trump to attend the State of the Union Address. A woman says she was sexually assaulted by Virginia AG Justin Fairfax. Will the President declare the need for a border wall a national emergency. Former Trump Campaign Official Roger Stone joins us to discuss his indictment and the Russia investigation. Dana discusses the guests that will be in attendance at the State of the Union. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton joins us to discuss the voter fraud in Texas.

  • Monday February 4 - Full Show

    Dana breaks down the controversy regarding Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and his black-face yearbook photo. Gladys Knight defends her position singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl. Dana discusses the Super Bowl commercials that caught her attention. Liam Neeson sought racist violence after a friend was raped. Empire actor Jussie Smollett speaks out publicly for the first time since the assault.

  • Friday February 1 - Full Show

    Virginia Governor Ralph Northam doubles down on his comments on late-term abortion. Actress Ellen Page bashes Mike Pence. The Democratic field continues to grow. Andrea Gallagher, wife of Navy SEAL Eddie, discusses the case against her husband who is accused of a war crime. Dana opens her first Mailbag of Hate of 2019.
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  • Thursday January 31 - Full Show

    Discussions on border wall funding come to no conclusion amidst another shutdown. A Virginia bill allowing abortions up to 40 weeks gets defeated. Sarah Sanders says God wanted Trump to win. Starbucks employees were instructed how to diffuse political discussion amid Howard Schultz’ presidential run. Boulder, Colorado implies strict gun control laws. Detectives release evidence in the assault of Empire star Jussie Smollett. Democrats refuse to comment on Governor Northam’s remarks on abortion.

  • Wednesday January 30 - Full Show

    Dana discusses the Progressives attack Howard Schultz after appealing to Democrat voters. The Chicago PD address the assault of Empire actor Jessie Smollett. A Phoenix restaurant is labeled racist after having a photograph of coal miners. A Virginia lawmaker proposes a bill that would allow abortions up to 40 weeks. Media criticizes Nikki Haley’s speaking prices. Navy SEALS are granted immunity for Iraq war crimes.

  • Tuesday January 29 - Full Show

    Roger Stone is arraigned in a Federal Court. Kamala Harris proposes banning all semi-automatic weapons. John Bolton leaks troop strategy off his notepad. A civil war is brewing in the Democrat party before 2020. A Duke professor steps down after encouraging Chinese students to speak English.

  • Monday January 28 - Full Show

    Dana discusses the spectacle of the indictment of Roger Stone. Elizabeth Warren reveals her 2020 tax plan. Tom Brokaw makes racially insensitive comments. The Telegraph writes a factually incorrect story on Melania Trump. Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz teases an independent run for president. A duck in the Pacific has an interesting journey. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the unrest in Venezuela.

  • Friday January 25 - Full Show

    Day 3 from SHOT Show in Las Vegas. Trump Campaign official Roger Stone is indicted by the Special Counsel. The New York Daily News continues to falsely attack Dana. President Trump speaks live regarding the government shutdown. Dana breaks down Trump’s announcement ending the government shutdown. We go live to the Democratic response to ending the government shutdown.

  • Thursday January 24 - Full Show

    Day 2 from Shot Show in Las Vegas. The New York Daily News accuses Dana of harassing children. Native American Activist Nathan Phillips lied about his service in Vietnam. Trump delays the State of the Union Address amid the shutdown. Marine Veteran Johnny Joey Jones joins us live in studio to discuss his project with Zac Brown. Bill Romanelli from Project Child Safe joins us in studio.

  • Wednesday January 23 - Full Show

    Live from Shot Show in Las Vegas. Covington student Nick Sandmann does an interview with the Today Show. A Missouri man was told to leave a gym after wearing a Trump t-shirt. New York legalizes full-term abortion. More facts are revealed regarding Native American Nathan Phillips. Olympian Kim Rhode joins us in studio to discuss skeet shooting and the future of California gun law. President Trump and Nancy Pelosi exchange letters rejecting the State of the Union. Outdoor Channel’s Eva Shockey joins us live in studio.

  • Tuesday January 22 - Full Show

    Media platforms begin to walk back their hot takes on the Covington Catholic School situation. The school closes due to bomb threats. The FBI admits they were spying on Trump Campaign Official Carter Page. Dana introduces the Fact-Checking MAGA Hat. The government shutdown continues. 2020 candidates are starting to out-Left each other.

  • Monday January 21 - Full Show

    A conflict between teenagers and Native Americans in Washington DC spurs false media narratives. Joe Biden makes comments circulating a 2020 run. Dana shares examples of rage mobs. Lady Gaga comments on Karen Pence’s Christian school. Congressman Thomas Massie joins us to discuss the situation with Covington Catholic School.

  • Friday January 18 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in. Sergio discusses the importance of March for Life. The feud between President Trump and Nancy Pelosi reaches an all-time high. How should the shutdown end? We take callers’ opinions for Open Line Friday.

  • Thursday January 17 - Full Show

    Nancy Pelosi’s claim that the State of the Union would lack security funding gets fact-checked. MSNBC says trickle-down economics doesn’t work. The Women’s March is being held on Saturday. President Trump writes a letter to Pelosi cancelling her trip to Europe. Foreign policy expert Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Syria and the government shutdown.

  • Wednesday January 16 - Full Show

    Nancy Pelosi cancels the State of the Union amid the government shutdown. The majority of Americans support raising the wealthy tax rate to 70%. UK PM Theresa May faces another vote of no confidence. Vanity Fair admits Obama wasn’t a good president. A 16 year old girl calls the police over her dad taking her phone. Congressmen are pushing for Steve King to resign. Senator Josh Hawley joins us to discuss his interview with AG Nominee Bill Barr.

  • Tuesday January 15 - Full Show

    President Trump serves fast food at the White House at a dinner with the Clemson football team. Democrats refuse to attend a lunch to discuss ending the government shutdown. The Senate holds a confirmation hearing for the new Attorney General. A judge blocks the Federal rollback on birth control funding. Republican Steve King clarifies his remarks on White Supremacy. Critics are upset Angelina Jolie will play Cleopatra in an upcoming film. British Parliament rejects Theresa May’s Brexit Plan.

  • Monday January 14 - Full Show

    The New York Times reports the FBI opened an inquiry into whether Trump was actively working with Russia. Julian Castro and Tulsi Gabbard announce they are running for President. The Super Bowl announces their halftime performance. Polling is released on peoples’ opinions on the shutdown. Gillette’s new ad portrays men in the #MeToo era. Bloomberg publishes a piece explaining wealth redistribution. Women’s March founders are still struggling to condemn anti-Semitism. Elizabeth Warren wants to remove Columbus Day.

  • Friday January 11 - Full Show

    President Trump inches closer to declaring the border wall a national emergency. CNN rejected a reporter from San Diego that reported that the wall worked. Dana explains the problems with claiming the wall is a national emergency. We take callers for Open Line Friday. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is expected to fire Broward Sheriff Scott Israel. Dana gives her perspective on his leadership in the Parkland School District.

  • Thursday January 10 - Full Show

    Nancy Pelosi suggests people can build tunnels under a wall. The media is repeating misleading narratives regarding the border. Dianne Feinstein reintroduces her assault weapons ban. We go live to a press conference with the President at the Texas border. Dana shares her story visiting the border. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’ green bill has some outlandish proposals.

  • Wednesday January 9 - Full Show

    President Trump gives his first address to the nation on the government shutdown. We take callers opinions on the President’s remarks. Planned Parenthood admits their primary goal is abortion. Red Lobster pulls its advertisements from Tucker Carlson’s show. Democrats and Republicans speak live at the White House.

  • Tuesday January 8 - Full Show

    TV networks are debating whether to carry President Trump’s address to the nation. A Democratic donor has had two deaths at his home within the last year. A Russian lawyer is arrested for obstruction. David Hogg lies about gun violence statistics on CNN. The APA says avoiding vegetables promotes toxic masculinity. Dana discusses the difference between men and women where it concerns fairness. A Missouri women’s college will begin allowing transgender man. House Democrats are expected to introduce gun control legislation.

  • Monday January 7 - Full Show

    The government shutdown continues with no end in sight. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had an interesting weekend of interviews. The Golden Globes did not lack its political statements. Media runs with a false narrative regarding the death of a 7-year-old girl. There is a push to put Kevin Hart back as the Oscars host. Dana explains the proposed gun control legislation this year. A feminist was banned from a bar after wearing a transphobic t-shirt.

  • Friday January 4 - Full Show

    A newly elected Congresswoman from Michigan calls Trump’s the ‘F’ word at a fundraiser. Dana breaks down Trump’s Game of Thrones poster. We go live to a press conference at the Rose Garden with the President. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez calls for a 70% tax hike for green energy. The Stoneman Douglas Commission’s report on school safety gets skewed by the media. Dana still has an obsession with dogs.

  • Thursday January 3 - Full Show

    The 116th US Congress in sworn in for the new year. Trump tweets out a graphic mocking Elizabeth Warren’s ethnicity. Nancy Pelosi is officially elected as House Speaker. Dana explains some of the wasteful spending on the books this year. The Stoneman Douglas Commission delivers a report to Florida regarding school safety. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the withdrawal of troops from Syria and trade with China.

  • Wednesday January 2 - Full Show

    Mitt Romney writes a scathing op/ed in the Washington Post amid his swearing in as Utah Senator. President Trump speaks live in a Cabinet meeting. Elizabeth Warren says she is “exploring” 2020 while drinking a beer. Dana shares the top 5 stories you likely missed over the holidays. A transgender man makes a scene at a Game Stop.

  • Friday December 28 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana. Listeners express their grievances for a Festivus for the year.

  • Thursday December 27 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in. President Trump visits the military in Iraq. Should America’s military remain a volunteer military? The father of the 8-year-old boy who died in US custody refutes the DHS report. Sergio Sanchez gives no-brainer predictions for 2019. NASA Scientist joins us to discuss possible trips to Mars in 2019.

  • Wednesday December 26 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in. Economists are beginning to panic amid the stock market dips. President Trump urges the government to remain shut down until the wall has funding.We take callers’ opinions on the shut down. A recent study shows cancer can be detected within ten minutes of a blood test.

  • Friday December 21 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana today and begins the show with his thoughts on Trump’s border policies. Pulling troops out of Syria - good or bad move by the President? Hear from a member of our military that just came back from deployment. Sergio gives his opinion on government shutdown. Sergio takes calls and gives his opinions on all three hot topics of the day; the wall, the troops, and the shutdown.

  • Thursday December 20- Full Show

    Last live show of 2018! President Trump faces backlash from the GOP over pulling troops from Syria and lack of funding for the wall. A man starts a GoFundMe to raise money for the border wall. The Federal Reserve hikes interest rates causing the stock market to dip. Michelle Obama comments on Trump’s Inauguration Day. The Colorado baker who denied service is back in court. A new Colorado gun law sets a precedent for future gun registration. We reveal our Top 10 lists of 2018 including “things that killed Kane”.

  • Wednesday December 19 - Full Show

    The Senate passes a criminal justice reform bill. The White House announces the end of the war in Syria immediately claiming victory.Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says she needs to take time off before her term start. The government will stay open with no funding for the wall. An 11-year-old boy dresses in drag for money. An Antifa leader’s identity is revealed to a shocking reveal. Dana reviews the bump stock ban.

  • Tuesday December 18 - Full Show

    A judge delays the sentencing of Michael Flynn. A Florida judge rules that it was not the duty of Parkland police to protect the students. Critics go after Tucker Carlson following comments on immigration. We open up the phone lines. The ATF officially bans bump stocks.

  • Monday December 17 - Full Show

    A Federal judge rules Obamacare is unconstitutional under the new tax law. The Russia investigation shifts its focus to the Trump Organization. DC is voting on law that would seize firearms from suspected abusers. The Women’s March is disbanding their Washington state chapter. Iowa Caucus polls show Beto O’Rourke skyrocketing. Miss Universe has its first transgender contestant. More facts come out about the death of the 7-year-old immigrant child. James Comey speaks following a Congressional hearing.

  • Friday December 14 - Full Show

    The search for Trump’s Chiefs of Staff continue. The protests in France are not slowing down. Dana fact checks a story involving a 7-year-old migrant girl dying of dehydration. Chris Cuomo and Kellyanne Conway spar in another bizarre interview. Mika Brzezinski apologies for her homophobic slur. Dana’s take on Cohen’s crimes. The Senate passes a resolution regarding Saudi Arabia. New Jersey limits the amount of ammo carried by police officers.

  • Thursday December 13 - Full Show

    Trump cancels the Christmas party for the press. Congressman Ted Lieu says he wishes he could regulate the First Amendment. California proposes a tax on text message. Politifact says the biggest lie of 2018 related to the Parkland shooting. Dana clarifies a CDC report on gun deaths in 2018. New Haven, Connecticut is holding a gun buyback. A toy gun exchange is held in Long Island. Russian spy Maria Butina pleads guilty to conspiracy against the US.

  • Wednesday December 12 - Full Show

    Michael Cohen is sentenced to 3 years in prison. Michael Flynn says the FBI urged him to not have a lawyer. Julian Castro flirts with a 2020 run. Deadspin publishes an article trashing Conservative Gays. A judge determines the Parkland School District security failed following the shooting. Women's’ March leaders make Anti-Semitic remarks in a press release. Nick Cave reasserts his opposition to cultural boycott of Israel in letter to Brian Eno. Vitamin Water challenges users to go a whole year without their smartphone.

  • Tuesday December 11 - Full Show

    The President shares a heated exchange with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi in the Oval Office over border security. The Women’s March has slowed down. TIME Magazine releases its Persons of the Year. The Oscars are debating not having a host. Country star John Rich calls out Dierks Bentley on the Second Amendment. Names begin being discussed for the new Chief of Staff. The Supreme Court denies assert where it concerns public funding of Planned Parenthood.

  • Monday December 10 - Full Show

    The First Amendment and how it relates to political campaign funding.
    Dana gives her thoughts on Kevin Hart’s withdrawal from hosting the Oscars.
    Highlights from Macron’s speech on the gas tax. The worst spy in the history of spies and a detailed look on Trump’s Campaign finances. “Judges go by the law that’s written; people are the ones putting the laws in place.” Dana gives her thoughts on the story of a transgender boxer in the news.

  • Friday, December 7 - Full Show

    Heroes and victims; Doc Thompson breaks down the true meaning of both labels. Is the President employing illegal immigrants? Who do you trust in the conservative media? Doc tells a storystating why Dana Loesch should be one of them. Kevin Hart withdraws from hosting the Academy Awards due to insensitive comments in his Twitter history. Doc shares his thoughts on the rights of the LGTB community and those outside of it. How to truly make change with the Veterans’ Association and related charities.

  • Thursday December 6 - Full Show

    The Mueller probe has yet to produce any evidence of conspiracy. The media focuses on Trump throughout the funeral for George H.W. Bush. The President did not recite Apostles Creed during Bush’s service. We take callers for Open Line Thursday. A dad posts a video forcing his daughter to walk 5 miles to school. Federal prosecutors resume their probe into the Podesta Group. Tumblr and Facebook implement new “sexual solicitation policies”. Homophobic jokes resurface following Kevin Hart’s Oscar hosting nod.

  • Wednesday December 5 - Full Show

    The State Funeral for President George H.W. Bush is held at the National Cathedral. Senator Hirono says Democrats are too smart for their voters. Dana shares the letter George H.W. Bush wrote to Bill Clinton on Inauguration Day. More updates are revealed on the Parkland School District. Senator Grassley says Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson lied in his testimony. A list of America’s most safest cities is revealed.

  • Tuesday December 4 - Full Show

    The casket of President Bush lies in State at the Capitol Rotunda. Chicago murders are down 20 percent in 2018. Slate publishes an article fact-checking President Bush’s service dog. Democrats are organizing an impeachment committee. A Cleveland radio station takes “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” off its playlist following #MeToo. A NASA scientist claims aliens are already here but are extremely small. France delays its gas tax following protests. Apple CEO Tim Cook comments on its censorship guidelines. A comedian performing at Columbia University was yanked off stage following a joke. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweets about how she loves paying taxes.

  • Monday December 3 - Full Show

    Dana remembers the life of former President George Bush
    A look back on George Bush’s moral courage in combat.
    Dana tells a story from her past she’s never told on air. Senator-Elect Josh Hawley joins us to discuss his plans to combat social media censorship. Alabama mall shooting victim was shot 3 times by police. Media bias with George H.W. Bush compared how it still exists today. Guest Stephen Yates joins the show.

  • Friday November 30 - Full Show

    Dana updates on the Mueller probe. Google execs debated burying Conservative media in search results. Ted Cruz explains what Democrats plan will be for the next two years. Kid Rock calls The View’s Joy Behar a slur. A Dallas police officer is charged with murder. A Massachusetts landlord kicked out a Harvard graduate after discovering she had a firearm. Dana discusses her go-to Christmas jams.

  • Thursday November 29 - Full Show

    Trump cancels his meeting with Vladimir Putin. Huffington Post publishes a video on how Rudolph was marginalized. CNN commentator Marc Lamont-Hill calls for a free Palestine. Southwest Airlines mocks a 5-year-old girl’s abnormal name. Government hints at censoring social media sites. A mom advocates for sex change surgery for her 6 year old child against father’s wishes.

  • Wednesday November 28 - Full Show

    Obama takes credit for booming domestic oil production. Republican Mississippi Senate candidate wins in her runoff election. The CIA comments on the Administration’s reaction to Saudi Arabia. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey may have lied at his Senate hearing. Washington Post accuses Medieval Times of being sexist. Trump says pardoning Paul Manafort is”not off the table”. Tom Arnold goes after Dana with baseless claims.

  • Tuesday November 27 - Full Show

    Mexico calls for an investigation into the US using tear gas at the border. We go live to the White House Press Briefing. A Brooklyn Attorney went on a Twitter rant after his relative bought his son Playmobil guns. Barbra Streisand writes a protest album. Congressman Louie Gohmert joins us to discuss the migrant caravan and upcoming immigration legislation.

  • Monday November 26 - Full Show

    Migrants throw rocks at US border agents in Tijuana. Dana explains immigration laws under Obama where it concerns asylum. Social media slammed Charlie Brown’s Thanksgiving over the dinner table sitting. A veteran got banned from Twitter and did not tell him why. Russia seizes Ukrainian vessels in the Black Sea. A Victoria’s Secret employee got trampled on Black Friday.

  • Wednesday November 21 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in Dana. Should families discuss politics at Thanksgiving? Callers discuss whether they will bring up the topic. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez flips her stance on Nancy Pelosi. Butterball responds to the viral trend of the “turkey challenge”. Sergio looks for the best turkey recipe.

  • Tuesday November 20 - Full Show

    Ivanka Trump uses a private email for White House affairs. A Chicago man murders a police officer after a domestic violence dispute. Law in states with recent homicides prevent defensive gun usage. A New York man sues a spa for giving him an X-rated massage. Dana explains the threat of Joe Biden in 2020. Stacey Abrams continues to claim the Georgia election was not free and fair. Dana shares the story of a WWII battle the day before Thanksgiving as well as her Thanksgiving traditions.

  • Monday November 19 - Full Show

    Democrats in Florida concede their races and Broward County’s Election Chief resigns. A Newsweek writer tweets an incredibly inaccurate conflation. Congressman-elect Dan Crenshaw schools CBS on freedom of the press. Celine Dion launches her gender-neutral clothing line for children. The White House Correspondents Dinner will have a historian as their keynote speaker. A Chipotle manager gets fired following a fake racist claim. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Brexit and Saudi Arabia.

  • Friday November 16 - Full Show

    A Federal judge sides with CNN and forces the White House to return Jim Acosta’s hard press pass. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos overhauls the Title IX program. People are misrepresenting the Department of Education’s decision regarding due process. The TSA warns of Thanksgiving food you can’t bring on a plane. Dana teaches her son a lessons on taxes. Twitter has developed new censorship guidelines. Universities are starting to begin banning sarcasm. The Japanese head of cybersecurity has never used a computer. 2020 candidate Eric Swalwell has called for the confiscation of all semi-automatic rifles. Dana updates the story regarding Jemel Roberson. A lesbian couple had a hidden camera to uncover discriminatory bakers for their wedding cake.

  • Thursday November 15 - Full Show

    Michael Avenatti is arrested for reports of domestic violence. Media hesitates to recognize gains by Republican women in Congress. Florida was planning to use altered ballot forms. ABC’s The Connors see a tank in ratings. Congressman Matt Gaetz joins us to discuss the Florida recount and Mueller probe. Nancy Pelosi praises Al Sharpton for saving America. Governor Jerry Brown signed a $1 Million bill to prevent forest fires and none of it helped.

  • Wednesday November 14 - Full Show

    Does CNN have any leverage to win its lawsuit against the White House?
    Amazon’s choices for its new headquarters cause controversies. Michael Avenatti threatens a lawsuit against Tucker Carlson. The Chicago police officer who shot Jemel Roberson shouted multiple verbal commands before firing. More Democrats publicly state they won’t vote for Pelosi as House Speaker. Wall Street Journal publishes a list of best airports. Sherrod Brown says Republicans are stealing the Gubernatorial election in Georgia. Doordash introduces Chick-Fil-A.

  • Tuesday November 13 - Full Show

    Martha McSally concedes her Senate race to Kyrsten Sinema. CNN sues the White House for revoking his hard press pass. Democrats urge Rick Scott to recuse himself from any recount information. Amazon announces its new HQ2. The NRA gets criticism for excusing medical professionals on discussions regarding firearm law. Updates on the Florida recount. An chimp in India kidnapped a newborn baby.

  • Monday November 12 - Full Show

    The death toll from the California wildfires reaches 31. Rick Scott claims there is fraud in Florida’s elections. Emmanuel Macron digs at Trump’s claim at Nationalism during a speech. Some media outlets create a false narrative regarding Trump’s travels in France. The country gets introduced to “Trumpy Bear”. Democrats hint at firearm legislation. An Illinois police officer shoots and kills a bouncer at a bar. SNL and Lt. Col. Dan Crenshaw come together for unity.

  • Friday November 9 - Full Show

    Drama ensues in Broward County after boxes of mail-in ballots are found not counted. Dana debunks false talking points regarding gun law. Jim Acosta’s press pass remains revoked. Election lawyer J. Christian Adams joins us to discuss the battle for a recount in Florida. Concerns arise about Matt Whittaker’s qualifications as Acting Attorney General. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doesn’t have enough money to move to DC.

  • Thursday November 8 - Full Show

    2 people are killed in a bar shooting in Thousand Oaks, California. Violent Leftists broke into Tucker Carlson’s house. Jim Acosta gets his White House press pass revoked. A transgender man claims gender discrimination at a waxing salon. More updates on the California shooting. Florida Senate and Gubernatorial races may go to a recount.

  • Wednesday November 7 - Full Show

    President Trump holds a wild press conference the day after Midterms. Dana explains why you shouldn’t freak out with a Democrat House majority. Texas should be worried for upcoming elections. Republicans win many governor’s mansions and ballot initiatives are passed. President Trump asks Jeff Sessions to resign, nominates Matthew Whitaker as acting Attorney General. A Virginia Congressional candidate got accused of being a devotee of bigfoot erotica.

  • Tuesday November 6 - Full Show

    Election Day in America. Dana runs into CNN at her polling place. A Michigan reporter was caught showing bias against John James. We take callers’ voting experiences, Sinead O’Connor converts to Islam.

  • Monday November 5 - Full Show

    Election Eve - Black Panthers electioneer for Stacey Abrams. Louis Farrakhan chants “death to America” in Iran. SNL mocks a Navy SEAL who lost his eye. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Iran sanctions and Midterm elections. One of Brett Kavanaugh’s accusers lied about her allegations. Dana gives her opinion on whom to cast your vote for.

  • Friday November 2 - Full Show

    Honduran nationals are filing a lawsuit that stopping the caravan violates the Fifth Amendment. Project Veritas uncovers Beto O’Rourke’s campaign funding the migrant caravan. Democrat-supporting women strip off for 'Grab Them By The Ballot'. Brian Kilmeade from Fox and Friends joins us to discuss. Instances involving a hit and run with children are increasing. Dana had coyotes approach her house.

  • Thursday November 1 - Full Show

    Don Lemon doubles down on his comments against White men. Midterm candidates ramp up their rhetoric 5 days out. Races tighten up in several toss-up states. President Trump posts a controversial new ad on his Twitter.

  • Wednesday October 31 - Full Show

    Don Lemon says America has a White people problem. Kanye West says he is stepping away from politics. Georgia Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams dodges questions about gun confiscation. Is an executive order the proper way to end birthright citizenship? Dana gives a Midterm update 6 days out. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the migrant caravan.

  • Tuesday October 30 - Full Show

    President Trump floats the idea of using an executive order to remove birthright citizenship. GQ’s Julia Ioffe says Trump has radicalized more people than ISIS. The Internet rage mob goes after Shaun White’s Halloween costume. J. Christian Adams joins us to discuss the legality of birthright citizenship. The White House sends active duty officers to the Southern border.

  • Monday October 29 - Full Show

    A Pittsburgh man open fires in a Jewish synagogue killing 11. Censorship on different social media sites remains inconsistent. NBC sat on information regarding a Kavanaugh accuser. We go live to the White House Press Briefing. The superintendent in the Parkland school district receives an award for his public service. The Simpsons have gotten rid of Apu.

  • Friday October 26 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana. Law enforcement arrests a Florida man in conjunction with the package bombs. We take callers' opinions. We go live to a press conference at the Justice Department with more information.

  • Thursday October 25 - Full Show

    More updates on the bombs sent out many public officials. The New York Times publishes a story teasing assassination. NBC fires Megyn Kelly following her remarks on Halloween costumes. We go live to a press conference with New York City officials on the suspicious packages.

  • Wednesday October 24 - Full Show

    Suspicious packages containing explosive materials are sent to Obama, Clinton and Soros’ homes as well as CNN HQ in New York. We go live to President’s remarks amidst the suspicious packages. USMC bomb specialist Johnny Joey Jones joins us to discuss the breaking news. NBC responds to Megyn Kelly’s remarks on Halloween costume.

  • Tuesday October 23 - Full Show

    President Trump holds a massive rally for Ted Cruz in Houston. Kevin McCarthy’s California office was vandalized. Trump calls himself a Nationalist. Voter enthusiasm and early voter turnout drastically increases for Midterms. 12 family members pin an op/ed against Nevada Gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt. Georgia has completed a report on voter fraud. Will the response to the caravan affect the Midterms?

  • Monday October 22 - Full Show

    A video is released of Saudis using a body double of Khashoggi in an apparent cover-up. The caravan of migrants makes its way through Mexico en route to the US border. Kamala Harris introduces the LIFT Act. Department of Health and Human Services is considering issuing a revised definition of sex and gender. We go live to the President making comments prior to his rally with Ted Cruz. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Saudi Arabia and the Russian nuke treaty.

  • Friday October 19 - Full Show

    What is the political background Jamal Khashoggi? Joaquin Castro floats a conspiracy about Jared Kushner. Beto O’Rourke flip-flopped his stances during his CNN town hall. Dr. Zuhdi Jasser joins us to discuss the latest with Jamal Khashoggi and Saudi Arabia. A radio ad for a Congressional race in Arkansas featured race-baiting. Congressman Louie Gohmert joins us to discuss the incoming migrant caravan from Central America.

  • Thursday October 18 - Full Show

    The Saudi investigation is being played into a fault of the Trump Administration. Claire McCaskill is hiding some of her more liberal viewpoints. Keira Knightly prohibits her child from watching princess movies. Kleenex is rebranding their tissues after gender complaints. A dead pimp will in an election in Nevada. Trump threatens to close the Southern border after a caravan of migrants. Nevada Gubernatorial campaign manager Kristen Davison joins us to discuss how she was assaulted by a Soros-funded protestor.

  • Wednesday October 17 - Full Show

    Why is Elizabeth Warren trying to catch headlines while not being up for re-election? The United States is ranked closest to an ideal state. Louis Farrakhan went on another Anti-Semitic rant. Dana recaps the Texas Senate debate. Voter fraud shows up in Texas. The investigation of the death of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi continues. More examples of violent threats against GOP members continue. The season premiere of “The Connors” tanks.

  • Tuesday October 16 - Full Show

    Cherokee Nation comes out to shame Elizabeth Warren. James O’Keefe from Project Veritas joins us to discuss the Missouri Senate race. Dean Heller begins to pull away from Jacky Rosen in Nevada. Cherokee genealogist Twila Barnes joins us to discuss the Cherokee response to Warren’s claims. President Trump wins lawsuit over Stormy Daniels and Michael Avenatti forcing her to pay his legal fees. Julian Castro hints at running in 2020.

  • Monday October 15 - Full Show

    Elizabeth Warren releases her DNA test results regarding her claimed Native American heritage. The media freaks out over Trump’s Robert E. Lee remarks. The Hill does a deep dive on Dana’s tweets. Midterm Update. The Saudis plan to announce the death of WaPo columnist Jamal Khashoggi occured after a botched interrogation in Turkey. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the possible effects of the death of Jamal Khashoggi.

  • Friday October 12 - Full Show

    Don Lemon had harsh words for Kanye West. The argument on the term “mob” continues. Trump appoints more federal judges for lifetime appointments. The missing Washington Post reporter in Saudi Arabia spurs narratives. Mike Lindell from My Pillow joins us. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday October 11 - Full Show

    Hurricane Michael devastates the Florida Panhandle. Kanye West meets with Trump in the Oval Office. Dana breaks down the problems with the criminal justice system. The media reacts feverishly to Kanye’s words at the White House. Michelle Obama responds to Clinton and Holder’s rhetoric. An Ohio University student made up anti-LGBT threats.

  • Wednesday October 10 - Full Show

    The President writes an op/ed and media fact checks it. Hurricane Michael makes landfall on the Florida panhandle as a category 4. Heidi Heitkamp thinks Kavanaugh defended himself too vigorously. CNN uses racial insults discussing Kanye West amid visiting the White House. Michael Avenatti wants to fight Don Jr. in the octagon. Jamie Lee Curtis speaks on gun control while promoting her movie where she uses guns. Dana recaps the American Music Awards’s political lean. Missouri Senate candidate Josh Hawley joins us to discuss his race against Claire McCaskill.

  • Tuesday October 9 - Full Show

    Nikki Haley resigns as Ambassador to the United Nations. Hillary Clinton says you can’t be civil with people you disagree with. Violence occurs in Portland during an Antifa riot. John Mayer says how young men need an anti-alpha male contract. Will the Kavanaugh process affect the Midterms? Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the resignation of Nikki Haley.

  • Monday October 8 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez sits in for Dana. He urges everyone to go out and vote We need to convince our friends and family to go out and vote. Alyssa Milano and other celebrities influence the youth voters. Who leaked the Ford allegations? The last day to register to vote is coming. Are you changing your voting habits?

  • Friday October 5 - Full Show

    The Senate votes to advance the Kavanaugh vote to the floor Saturday. Lisa Murkowski met with one of Clarence Thomas’ accusers. Leland Keyser told the FBI people urged her to change her statement. Filmmaker Nick Searcy joins us to discuss his latest film Gosnell. We go live to Susan Collins announcing her vote on Judge Kavanaugh.

  • Thursday October 4 - Full Show

    The FBI concludes that there is no corroboration between Dr. Ford’s allegations and the witnesses. Planned Parenthood writes a poem. Dr. Ford reportedly threw her best friend under the bus. What are the Midterm impacts of the Kavanaugh vote? We go live to a press conference with Senate GOP members. Witnesses are coming out in defense of the drinking game “Devil’s Triangle”.

  • Wednesday October 3 - Full Show

    Fox News received a letter from Dr. Ford’s ex-boyfriend. We go live to the White House Press Briefing. Could Dr. Ford havel perjured herself at all? Joe Scarborough says the media causes Trump to divide. Michael Avenatti introduces a new accuser. Michale Graves from The Misfits joins us to discuss the state of discourse and the music scene.

  • Tuesday October 2 - Full Show

    Kavanaugh accuser Julie Swetnick does an interview with NBC and changes her whole story. A story surfaces about Brett Kavanaugh getting into a bar fight. Beto O’Rourke apologizes for his sexist criticism from a local theater performance. What is the scope of the FBI investigation? Students at a British university have banned applause.

  • Monday October 1 - Full Show

    An FBI investigation begins on Judge Kavanaugh prior the Senate confirmation vote on Friday. Dana breaks down the corroborating witnesses in the FBI investigation. We go live to a Q&A with Senator Jeff Flake. Canada agrees to rejoin President Trump’s new version of NAFTA. Prosecutor Rachel Mitchell states that there would not be enough evidence to prosecute Ford’s allegations. Senator Ted Cruz joins us to discuss the Kavanaugh hearing and his re-election against Beto O’Rourke.

  • Friday September 28 - Full Show

    The Senate Judiciary Committee tries to rally senators to continue the nomination process for Judge Kavanaugh. The Committee votes to move the vote on Kavanaugh the Senate floor. Jeff Flake is confronted by a crying woman in an elevator. Dianne Feinstein claims she still has no idea how Ford’s letter got leaked. Lindsey Graham stands up against Senator Hirono’s words to “shut up”. BBC writes a controversial headline regarding feminism.

  • Thursday September 27 - Full Show

    Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh testify in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee stating their cases. Dana assesses the situation.

  • Wednesday September 26 - Full Show

    The Kavanaugh hearing and vote is still scheduled despite a third woman coming forward against him. Dana explains the responsibilities of boys in this age of technology. The Democrats send a letter to POTUS to end dismiss Kavanaugh. Dr. Ford’s lawyers release the polygraph report despite the timeline not adding up.

  • Tuesday September 25 - Full Show

    Brett Kavanaugh sat down for a TV interview for the first time since the allegations arose. The Senate Judiciary Committee will hire an female sex crimes prosecutor to sit in on the hearing. Ted Cruz gets chased out of a DC restaurant. A school principal gets fired for calling out Michael Avenatti on social media. 4Chan allegedly faked an accuser and tried to wire money from Michael Avenatti. Project Veritas attorney James O’Keefe joins us to discuss how there is still evidence of a “deep state”.

  • Monday September 24 - Full Show

    Dr. Christine Ford will testify Thursday in Congress as more witnesses deny the allegations. Dianne Feinstein calls for completely postponing the nomination. A new accuser comes forward claiming sexual assault from Yale. Rod Rosenstein will meet with the President Thursday. We go live to Mitch McConnell speaking on the Senate floor. The Texas Senate debate got heated.

  • Friday September 21 - Full Show

    The GOP offers Dr. Ford to testify on September 26th regarding her sexual assault claims. Could the President direct the FBI to investigate the accusation? Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein suggested secretly recording Trump and corroborating an effort to invoke the 25th Amendment. Brandon Straka joins us to discuss his #WalkAway March. Dr. Ford says she doesn’t feel comfortable flying to DC. John Rich from Big and Rich joins us to talk his American blended whisky with Redneck Riviera.

  • Thursday September 20 - Full Show

    The GOP plans to continue to hold a vote for Brett Kavanaugh next week. A new racist cloud hangs over Ron DeSantis. Kirsten Gillibrand holds a press conference ridden with fallacies. MSNBC continues to not retract a false story. We take callers on how the Kavanaugh situation should be handled. The Senate approves a spending bill with no funding for a wall. A 22 year old Trinidadian man tries to steal a plan off the runaway. Beto O’Rourke says some law enforcement is the “new Jim Crow”.

  • Wednesday September 19 - Full Show

    Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser demands an FBI investigation into the sexual assault case before testifying before the Senate. Hillary Clinton weighs in on the Kavanaugh hearing. Senator Hirono says men should “shut up and step up”. The new iPhone is apparently sexist. Dana breaks down the status of Midterm Elections.

  • Tuesday September 18 - Full Show

    President Trump decides to declassify all documents related to FISA abuse and FBI bias. Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser agrees to testify in front of Senate Judiciary Committee. Can the FBI investigate a sexual misconduct case? Andy McCarthy from National Review joins us to discuss Kavanaugh procedures and Trump’s de-classifications of FISA memos and text messages. Broward County Schools decides to add new media relations positions to its staff. Richard Blumenthal says Kavanaugh should be withdrawn.

  • Monday September 17 - Full Show

    The alleged harassment victim by Brett Kavanaugh comes forward. Beto O’Rourke compares AR-15’s to bazookas. The New York Post asks 200 women who went to school with Kavanaugh’s accuser. The lawyer for the accuser says there’s no need to corroborate witnesses.

  • Friday September 14 - Full Show

    Judge Kavanaugh denies all allegations regarding sexual assault as a teenager. Has the #MeToo movement become a weapon? The New York Times mistakenly claims Nikki Haley spent thousands of taxpayer dollars on curtains. A photo of millions of water bottles sitting on a pallet in Puerto Rico goes viral. Burgess Owens joins us to discuss his book Why I Stand. Mollie Tibbett’s murderer will use taxpayer money to defend himself in court. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday September 13 - Full Show

    The President claims the death toll of Hurricane Maria was increased to make him look bad. Democrats try more ways to delay the Kavanaugh vote. Google executives show their partisanship by making classist remarks. WGAU Athens joins us to discuss their response in preparation for Hurricane Florence. Senator Feinstein releases a statement claiming Brett Kavanaugh committed sexual assault as a teenager. Fox News’ Gregg Jarrett joins us to discuss his new book The Russia Hoax.

  • Wednesday September 12 - Full Show

    Hurricane Florence barrels toward the Carolinas. A California man was arrested for trying to stab Eric Swalwell’s opponent. Montel Williams attacks Dana. Statistics show the middle class is growing. The Tonight Show canceled Norm MacDonald's appearance due to his comments on the #MeToo movement. ThinkProgress speaks out after Facebook fact checks their story. The Washington Post says Trump is complicit in hurricanes. Sony defends Spiderman as “not a murderer”.

  • Tuesday September 11 - Full Show

    Dana commemorates the 17th observance of 9/11. Joe Scarborough politicizes the tragedy. Dana shares stories of heroism that potentially saved thousands of lives. As Midterms loom, the races tighten up. The Dallas police officer who killed Bothan Jean will face harsh consequences. Ari Fleischer joins us to discuss his accounts as George Bush’s Press Secretary during 9/11.

  • Monday September 10 - Full Show

    President Trump plans to declassify more FISA applications. Texans are beginning to panic as the Senate race remains close. Serena Williams gets criticized for fighting with the referee at the US Open. A Dallas police officer was charged with manslaughter. Ben Sasse hints at leaving the GOP. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss John Bolton’s comments on the ICC and North Korea.

  • Friday September 7 - Full Show

    Barack Obama unloads on the Trump and GOP in a speech in Illinois. Twitter terminates the account of Alex Jones. We go live to the President speaking in North Dakota. Elizabeth Warren wants to use the 25th Amendment to impeach the President. On Dana’s son’s college tour, universities were hammering inclusiveness.

  • Thursday September 6 - Full Show

    Senators continue to spar at the hearing for Judge Kavanaugh.
    13:30 - The New York Times publishes an op/ed written by Senior White House Official saying they are part of the “resistance”. Parkland father Andy Pollack joins us to discuss the new video released of the shooting at Stoneman Douglas. Actor Burt Reynolds dies at 82. Kirsten Gillibrand says that voting Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court will cause women to die.

  • Wednesday September 5 - Full Show

    The first day of the hearing for Judge Brett Kavanaugh did not lack any craziness. The hearing continues to be based on partisan politics. Oregon looks to end Walmart’s sales of firearms under 21 years of age. Alex Jones interrupts an interview with Marco Rubio on Capitol Hill. Former Cosby show actor Geoffrey Owens gets shamed for spotted working at Trader Joe’s.

  • Tuesday September 4 - Full Show

    The confirmation hearing for Judge Brett Kavanaugh begins. Nike launches its football campaign with Colin Kaepernick. Aretha Franklin’s funeral had all sorts of interesting occurrences. Beto O’Rourke apparently tried to flee the scene of a traffic incident. Thomas the Tank Engine is getting a gender-balanced cast. Levi Strauss have partnered with gun control groups.

  • Friday August 31 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. The White House understands the importance of Midterm Elections. The funeral for Aretha Franklin is held in Detroit. The media continues to avoid the successes of ICE. Upon the NFL season beginning, the players show no sign of ending protests.

  • Thursday August 30 - Full Show

    CNN issues a statement about their false source. A St. Louis prosecutor says she won’t accept cases from active police officers. Democrats confirmed 15 Trump judges to go on vacation sooner. The Florida Gubernatorial candidate makes his case on why he’s not a Socialist. The media continues to circulate a misused quote from Florida. Former Missouri Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder joins us to discuss.

  • Wednesday August 29 - Full Show

    President Trump hints on possibly regulating social media for silencing viewpoints. The first memorial service for John McCain is held in Phoenix. A Democrat-Socialist wins the Democrat primary for Governor in Florida. Don Lemon defends Antifa my stating they’re “not perfect”. The Department of Education overstates the number of school shootings. China reportedly hacked Hillary Clinton’s emails. A judge has dismissed charges against the defendants in the New Mexico compound case. Cody Wilson joins us to discuss his continuation to sell 3D blueprints for firearms. The UN says Facebook needs to fight “hate speech”.

  • Tuesday August 28 - Full Show

    Bruce Ohr testifies in Congress over FISA abuse. MSNBC inaccurately reports how the Jacksonville shooter obtained a firearm. A NASCAR driver lost a sponsor over his father using a racial slur 30 years ago. Lanny Davis admits to lying when he was CNN’s anonymous source. Cynthia Nixon wants her debate to be a specific temperature to not be sexist. Mollie Tibbett’s family continues to stay strong despite media coverage.

  • Monday August 27 - Full Show

    A gunman open fires at a video game tournament in Jacksonville. Dana reviews how the shooter could have obtained a firearm in Maryland. President Trump terminates NAFTA. A US District Court rules against the State Department over 3D printed guns. Dana reflects on the legacy of John McCain. The Senate race in Texas has become a toss-up. New court documents say the people behind the New Mexico compound were planning a terrorist attack.

  • Friday August 24 - Full Show

    Media Matters spins Dana’s quotes on the President. Alan Weisselberg gets immunity in the Michael Cohen probe. The South African government’s seizure of land from White landowners caught the President Trump’s attention. The DNC claims the hack of their servers was actually just a test. Democrats have many talking points to delay the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. Omarosa continues her book tour. Purdue over-accepted their freshman class causing their dorms to look like prisons. National Review’s Andrew McCarthy joins us to discuss Cohen’s plea deal and McGhan’s meeting with Robert Mueller.

  • Thursday August 23 - Full Show

    Democrats begin their case for impeachment. The immigration debate gets heated after the death of Mollie Tibbetts. CNN suspends pundit Paris Dennard over a 2014 allegation mysteriously after an on-air argument. Beto O’Rourke gets more push as a poster child for Democrats. Amazon is banning books about guns. People are calling a 4-year-old racist after dressing up like a Disney princess.

  • Wednesday August 22 - Full Show

    Mollie Tibbetts is murdered by an illegal alien causing mixed responses. Dana breaks down how the Michael Cohen’s plea came to be. Is the Cohen case similar to John Edwards? We go live to White House Press Briefing. Dana explains how Trump could have handled this situation better. The defense of Mollie Tibbett’s murderer blames the President for his client’s legal status.

  • Tuesday August 21 - Full Show

    Liberals are mad that ICE deported a Nazi. Madonna’s tribute to Aretha Franklin at the VMA’s made it all about herself. Social Justice Warriors want to rename female organs. Michael Cohen has reached a plea agreement with prosecutors. UNC students knocked over a Confederate statue on campus. More emerges on Twitter’s left-leaning bias. Omarosa continues her book tour. Purdue over-accepted their freshman class causing their dorms to look like prisons. National Review’s Andrew McCarthy joins us to discuss Cohen’s plea deal and McGhan’s meeting with Robert Mueller.

  • Monday August 20 - Full Show

    John Brennan continues to call Trump treasonous although he has walked back that claim. A convicted murderer gets deported after driving his wife to give birth. A Portland ice cream parlor creates an abortion-themed flavor. More Midterm candidates are embracing the Socialist label The Mueller investigation continues, and the Trump team says they’re cooperating. The Broward School District is suing the Sun-Sentinel over removing redactions in their report on Parkland. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss John Brennan losing his security clearance.

  • Friday August 18 - Full Show

    More former Intelligence Officers come out in support of John Brennan. CNN is urging to dox the names of the jurors in the Manafort trial. President Trump is postponing the military parade. Liam Neeson will play a snowplow driver hell-bent on revenge. The US is looking at a new way to weaken Iran. The Catholic League sends out a poorly worded tweet. Batman is an Atheist. London Mayor Sadiq Khan wants to ban cars. We ask the Dana Show bot the weekly question. Southwest Airlines is allowing mini-horses to be allowed on planes. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday August 16 - Full Show

    John Brennan argues that revoking his security clearance suppresses his First Amendment. The Pro-Trump Fan of Social Distortion says the lead singer punched him at a concert. More than 200 newspapers will write a coordinated editorial on Trump’s attacks on the press. National Review writer David French joins us to discuss his piece on the Colorado baker. Texas Democratic Gubernatorial candidate had her firearm stolen. Environmentalists say we should not release helium balloons anymore.

  • Wednesday August 15 - Full Show

    Omarosa continues on her book tour claiming Trump used racial slurs on The Apprentice. Critics call Trump’s use of the word “dog” racist. Tim Pawlenty gets upset in the Minnesota primary. Colorado is going after Masterpiece Cake Shop once again. President Trump revokes John Brennan’s security clearance. Twitter says they put Alex Jones “in a timeout”. There is still no response from the Vatican for the 300+ indicted priests on rape and molestation.

  • Tuesday August 14 - Full Show

    A man drives through a crowd in London, hitting cyclists. A boy from the New Mexico compound has died. The judge presiding over the New Mexico compound cas issues a low bond. More Democrats now prefer Socialism to Capitalism. Social Justice Warriors attack actors over their roles. Politico says Trump is geographically challenged. A Florida man is charged with manslaughter in "stand your ground" shooting. A Pennsylvania Grand Jury indicts hundreds of Catholic priest on child sexual abuse charges.

  • Monday August 13 - Full Show

    FBI Agent Peter Strzok is fired. Antifa holds rallies across the country. Bill de Blasio had security physically remove a New York Post reporter. Keith Ellison is accused of domestic abuse. People are boycotting a Mexican restaurant where Jeff Sessions had ate. We go live to the President speaking at Fort Drum. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Iran’s lack of diplomacy. A man hijacks a plane near Seattle.

  • Friday August 10 - Full Show

    The Muslim extremists that were training future school shooters say news coverage on them is anti-Muslim. The story of Dianne Feinstein’s Chinese spy continues to fly under the radar. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez compares a debate challenge to catcalling. A New York Times writer sticks up for Sarah Jeong’s racist remarks. More on New Mexico compound. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday August 9 - Full Show

    Muslim extremists were training children in New Mexico to practice school shootings. More info emerges on the Parkland shooting. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez continues to fumble through interviews. Antifa protesters assaulted a police officer in Portland. The Oscars are adding an “Achievement in Popular Picture” category. Dana unveils the robot to regurgitate cable news

  • Wednesday August 8 - Full Show

    Dana recaps the primaries from Tuesday night. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says that minivan-driving soccer moms don’t exist anymore. Twitter CEO speaks out on Alex Jones. Beto O’Rourke wants to challenge Ted Cruz to a debate in Spanish. The father of a missing Georgia boy was training children at a New Mexico compound to commit school shootings. Candace Owens joins us to discuss the harassment by protesters against her.

  • Tuesday August 7 - Full Show

    Pundits continue to mislabel collusion as a part of the Trump Tower meeting. Senator Chris Murphy wants Silicon Valley to censor more users. A Minneapolis poet apologized after the Internet blasted his art for sounding political. The Hollywood Walk of Fame may not replace Donald Trump’s damaged star. Dana discusses the future of speech as it concerns the Internet. iTunes and Google Play are still selling the InfoWars app. The Broward County School Board is holding the Florida Sun-Sentinel in contempt over information regarding Stoneman Douglas.

  • Monday August 8 - Full Show

    The Newseum in Washington was selling “Fake News” shirts. April Ryan says Jim Acosta’s life was in jeopardy at the Trump rally. Social media pulls all InfoWars content.Russia tried to shame the US over the anniversary of the atomic bombs. Trump tweets about then infamous Trump tower meeting with Russians for the first time. Rihanna’s eyebrows on the cover of Vogue was labeled cultural appropriation. A Chinese spy worked as Dianne Feinstein’s personal driver for 20 years. The Parkland shooter seeked mental help before executing the massacre. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the ongoing conversation between the US and Iran.

  • Friday August 3 - Full Show

    Dana resurfaces the media malpractices of false stories. Dana admits to agreeing with an MSNBC anchor on journalism. A man in New York was arrested for making threats to Steve Scalise. Transgenders are upset with the lobster emoji. A quarterback from Missouri is forced to apologize for tweets he wrote in middle school. Big game outfitter Jim Shockey joins us to discuss the opening of Shockey’s Museum. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday August 2 - Full Show

    A new hire at the New York Times has a history of racist tweets. Jim Acosta says the Trump “injects poison into the bloodstream of America”. The White House Briefing turns contentious over attacks on media. Dana tells Progressives she wants a 3D printer. Dinesh D’Souza joins us to discuss his movie Death of a Nation.

  • Wednesday August 1 - Full Show

    A Federal judge issued a restraining order blocking Defense Distributed from uploading a blueprint for 3D firearms. Trump supporters harass Jim Acosta at a rally in Tampa. The Mueller probe continues. Trump goes after the Koch brothers. A Congressional race in Virginia has come down to a Bigfoot fetish. The CDC issued an obvious warning.CNN misquotes Dana during a news report. Hillary Clinton is teaming up with Stephen Spielberg.

  • Tuesday July 31 - Full Show

    Misinformation begins to spread regarding three-dimensionally printed firearms. A dean at the University of Georgia was ridiculed for congratulating a childhood friend on his political victory. Congressman Jim Jordan joins to discuss why he’s running for Speaker of the House. Cody Wilson from Defense Distributed joins us to clear up the facts from the 3D gun argument.

  • Monday July 30 - Full Show

    In 2014, the Obama Administration knowingly funded a designated al-Qaeda affiliate. Atlanta Braves pitcher Sean Newcomb receives more criticism over his old tweets. There is a campaign to change the name of Austin, Texas. We go live to a joint press conference with President Trump and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte. Jeff Sessions announces a religious task force. Dana breaks down the Midterms 100 days out from Election Day. Dana discusses potential Supreme Court decisions that Brett Kavanaugh may have to make. The TSA is ramping up their security.

  • Friday July 27 - Full Show

    Michael Cohen claims President Trump knew of the infamous Trump Tower meeting.
    Eric Church tells Rolling Stone that the NRA is to blame for mass shootings. Cory Booker tells activists to “get in the face of Congressmen”. The creator of Rick and Morty has a pedophiliac photo. The blood moon means the end of the world. Biscuits aren’t racist anymore. Dana prank calls a scammer. Sean Spicer joins us to discuss his new book The Briefing.

  • Thursday July 26 - Full Show

    President Trump and the EU come to a deal to avoid a trade war, sparking markets. The White House told a CNN reporter she was not allowed at a press conference. House Republicans threaten to impeach Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein. Maxine Waters says she was sent by God to impeach Trump. Disney is getting rid of straws. Dana discusses what firing Rosenstein could mean. Brandon Straka joins us to discuss the #WalkAway movement. Facebook lost $15 Billion in 5 minutes.

  • Wednesday July 25 - Full Show

    CNN releases a tape of a conversation between Michael Cohen and Donald Trump seized by the FBI. The 9th Circuit Court rules that Hawaii’s open carry ban is unconstitutional. Elizabeth Warren says she could see the tax rate at 50 percent. A Star Trek cast member says she wants to run Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s campaign. Reuters accused the Trump Administration of skillfully editing out questions. We tune into Mike Pompeo’s hearing in front of the Senate Foreign Intelligence Committee. A Florida shooting sparks scrutiny over the “Stand Your Ground” law.

  • Tuesday July 24 - Full Show

    We go live to the President speaking at the VFW National Convention. A man worked out naked at a Planet Fitness. Trevor Noah faces backlash after a 2013 video resurfaces. A Houston waiter faked a story that one of his customers wrote a racist comment. Andy McCarthy joins us to discuss the FISA warrant. Dana’s trolls freak out over a Twitter bio. Tom Fitton from Judicial Watch joins us to discuss their findings regarding the FISA application.

  • Monday July 23 - Full Show

    The FBI reveals its application for FISA relied on unverified info from the Steele dossier. Hillary Clinton wore an interesting outfit to a speaking engagement. The director for Guardians of the Galaxy was fired after offensive tweets resurfaced. President Trump may revoke security clearances for ex-intel chiefs. James Comey continues to tweet about voting for Democrats.

  • Friday July 20 - Full Show

    Dana discusses breaking news on Michael Cohen’s secret recordings of President Donald Trump. Dana explains the Tony Podesta immunity offering. Wealth inequality shouldn't be outsourced to the government. Former ICE supervisor, Jason Piccolo, joins us to discuss the abolish ICE push.The media is going after Elon Musk for donating to the GOP.
    Judge Jeanine Pirro joins us to talk about her new book and her experience on the The View.

  • Thursday July 19 - Full Show

    Dana flashes back to the Russian hacking of the DNC. Bill Browder criticizes Trump’s actions with Putin. Dana explains the mishandling of Russia during the previous Administration. A 17 year old faces criticism after tipping 30% in quarters. Keith Ellison thinks donating to politics should be illegal. Mark Zuckerberg’s words on Facebook censorship gets taken out of context.

  • Wednesday July 18 - Full Show

    Is the media trying to report on the President or just expressing hate? Dana flashes back to the Russian hacking of the DNC. Socialist candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is struggling to answer questions. Antonio Sabato Jr. joins us to discuss his campaign for Congress. The Democrats have unveiled their new motto. Congressman Todd Rokita joins us to discuss the “Abolish ICE” bill. Sacha Baron Cohen was busted for trying to film a segment in a gun shop.

  • Tuesday July 17 - Full Show

    The media reaction to Trump-Putin Summit goes off the rails. Could election meddling have been stopped? President Trump clears up a verbal typo he made during his press conference with President Putin. Judge Jeanine Pirro joins us to discuss the Trump-Putin Summit and the SCOTUS pick.

  • Monday July 16 - Full Show

    President Trump and President Putin meet in Helsinki. Dana does not approve of Trump’s response to Russia.Dana fact checks the presser. New polls show outrage doesn’t affect voters. Sacha Baron Cohen’s new series on Showtime is getting bad reviews. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the press conference between President Trump and President Putin.

  • Friday July 13 - Full Show

    Dana recaps the Peter Strzok hearing. Steve Cohen says Peter Strzok should get the Purple Heart. The London Trump balloon was very underwhelming Rod Rosenstein indicts 12 Russian officers for election hacking. Colonel Douglas MacGregor joins us to discuss Trump’s upcoming meeting with Putin in Helsinki. Democrats continue to struggle to find a leader. Scarlett Johansson is receiving pushback for playing a transgender movie roll.

  • Thursday July 12 - Full Show

    FBI agent Peter Strzok is grilled by lawmakers in a heated subpoena.Trump is the United Kingdom. The narratives regarding the NATO Summit are all over the place. We go live to the Strzok hearing with lawmakers. Congressman Steve Chabot joins us to discuss his interaction with Strzok. Washington Post attempted to find wrongdoings with Judge Kavanaugh only to find he likes baseball.

  • Wednesday July 11 - Full Show

    President Trump enters the NATO Summit discussing Russian oil. Dana fact checks NATO claims on energy trade. Lisa Page plans to defy a subpoena by the GOP. Attorney Gayle Trotter joins us to discuss her opinions on Brett Kavanaugh. Sacha Baron Cohen dressed as a disabled American veteran for his new series. Dana clears up the term Judicial Activism.

  • Tuesday July 10 - Full Show

    President Trump nominates Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court. Law professor Jonathan Adler joins us to discuss his Reason piece on the SCOTUS pick. The Democrats have a harsh reaction the nomination. Ari Fleischer joins us to discuss his take on the President’s nomination. Dana breaks down some of Kavanaugh’s decisions. Congressman Todd Rokita joins us to discuss the fate of judicial decisions. The transgender community is upset with Scarlett Johansson.

  • Monday July 9 - Full Show

    The speculation for Trump’s SCOTUS pick increases. Dana breaks down the profile for the speculative candidates. A Virginia bookstore is facing backlash for calling cops on a woman who labeled Steve Bannon ‘trash’. Hillary Clinton is considering a 2020 run. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss reports on the US practicing “gangster” tactics against North Korea. Lesbian activists disrupted the London Pride Parade including transgenders. The New Yorker writes how the “Frog and Toad” was a celebration of same-sex love.

  • Friday July 6 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in. A San Antonio man was attacked at Whataburger for wearing a “MAGA” hat. We take callers for Open Line Friday. Billions of dollars in new tariffs against China go into effect. Dan Ikenson from the Cato Institute joins us to discuss the effects of the new tariffs. President Trump is expected to announce the next Supreme Court Justice on Monday. Sergio asks for the keys to a happy marriage.

  • Thursday July 5 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. The debate of the fate of Roe v. Wade ignites among the selection of a new Supreme Court Justice.

    13:30 - A recent Gallup shows less people are proud to be an American.

    14:00 - The immigration debate continues.

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    15:00 - 2020 candidates are trying to adopt the policy to abolish ICE.

  • Tuesday July 3 - Full Show

    The list for possible Supreme Court nominees narrows down to 4 and Democrats have begun character assassination. ABC News parts ways with Brian Ross after a false report on Michael Flynn. DNC Chair Tom Perez says that Socialism is the future of the party. A church in Indiana decided to make a statement on immigration. Former ICE Agent Jason Piccolo joins us to discuss the falsehoods regarding the immigration debate. We take callers for Dana’s last show of the week. Walmart has begun selling “Impeach 45” t-shirts.

  • Monday July 2 - Full Show

    The abolishment of ICE gains steam among the Democrats. The newly elected Mexican President says it is a right to be able to leave to the US. Chuck Schumer is rallying against a potential SCOTUS nominee. More people try to connect the Annapolis shooter’s motives to anti-media rhetoric. We take a powerful caller from Georgia. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss NATO and the Mexican Presidential Election.

  • Friday June 29 - Full Show

    The details arise from the shooting at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland. Journalist Shaun King places blame for the Annapolis shooting following attempts at race-baiting. Dana clarifies a video that circulated falsely claiming incendiary rhetoric. Kirsten Gillibrand says she wants to abolish ICE. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday June 28 - Full Show

    Democrats are trying to re-write the rules to block a new SCOTUS nominee. What does the future of the Supreme Court look like? Left-wing media melted down on the retirement of Justice Kennedy. The Rod Rosenstein hearing got heated with Congressional Republicans. Breaking news of a shooting at the Capital Gazette building in Annapolis, Maryland

  • Wednesday June 27 - Full Show

    The Supreme Court rules that government workers can't be required to pay labor union fees. A Latino Socialist Millennial upset a 10-term Congressman in the New York Democratic Primary. Justice Anthony Kennedy announces he will retire allowing Trump to nominate his 2nd appointee. The Senate will attempt to nominate a new justice before midterms. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg floats the idea of running for president.

  • Tuesday June 26 - Full Show

    Dana returns from vacation and recaps everything she missed. Was this modern age of incivility created by the Trump Administration? The Supreme Court upholds Trump’s travel ban. Andrew McCarthy joins to discuss the Inspector General report regarding the Clinton investigation. David Lynch gave an interview with The Guardian saying Trump could be one of the best presidents in history. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert imitates Dana over her NRA ads. Portland residents are destroying city bikes in an anarchist move.

  • Monday June 25 - Full Show

    Doc Thompson fills in for Dana. Sarah Huckabee Sanders gets kicked out of a restaurant in Virginia. Maxine Waters calls for people to target members of the Cabinet in public. John McCain’s Staff Director urged the IRS to ruin people with audits in 2013. Doc explains the history of Citizens United and McCain’s contradictions. Bernie Sanders continues to profit off of running off Socialism.

  • Friday June 22 - Full Show

    Doc Thompson fills in for Dana. Doc breaks down the craziest media propaganda when it comes to the immigration debate. Peter Fonda attacks Barron Trump and the Secret Service investigates. Can illegal immigrants actually get to vote? We take callers opinions for Open Line Friday. Doc presents his suggestion for an immigration fix. MSNBC says if you voted for Trump you’re a Nazi. A Louisiana woman shares a story about unity inspired by ice cream.

  • Thursday June 21 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana. Two bills introduced in Congress to fix the immigration issue are set to fail. What would a perfect immigration bill include? We compile a list of our listeners ideas for a perfect immigration bill to present to Congress.

  • Wednesday June 20 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana. Trump announces he will sign an executive order to make sure families are not separated at the border. Canada passes a law legalizing marijuana for recreational use. Should the US be the third country to legalize marijuana? Will the President lose support for flipping his position on border security?

  • Tuesday June 19 - Full Show

    President Trump announces the 6th branch of the Armed Forces entitled the Space Force. Is a mission to Mars a waste of money? Chris Pratt gives a faithful speech at the MTV Movie Awards. What should be the correct consequence for parents bringing their children to the border?

  • Monday June 18 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana. The enforcement of illegal border crossings has become a worldwide conversation. We take callers’ opinions on what the right punishment should be. The World Health Organization lists “gaming” as a new addiction. Is the gaming addiction that bad?

  • Friday June 15 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana. Paul Manafort gets sent to jail awaiting his charges. We take callers opinions on the Russian investigation. More immigrant children are being held in centers away from their families, causing much criticism. We discuss the importance of Father’s Day. Callers discuss stories about their fathers.

  • Thursday June 14 - Full Show

    The Inspector General is scheduled to release a report about the Clinton investigation. We compile a top 10 list for the worst political scandals ever. The Inspector General report discusses new texts between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. Dana still doesn’t understand the lyrics to Toto. Jeff Sessions warns that the Inspector General report could lead to more firings. Senator Bob Corker tells GOP Congressmen that they might “poke the bear” if they vote against Trump.

  • Wednesday June 13 - Full Show

    A long-time South Carolina Congressman loses his primary. A confessed domestic abuser wins his primary, meanwhile, a TV pimp wins as well. Democrats are looking towards Hollywood stars to help them with elections ahead of Midterms. Colonel Doug MacGregor joins us to discuss America’s dealings in North Korea. The Broward Sheriff’s Office calls for Governor Scott to fire Sheriff Israel. Townhall columnist Derek Hunter joins us to discuss his book Outrage, Inc.

  • Tuesday June 12 - Full Show

    President Trump meets Kim Jong in a historic meeting in Singapore. Dana criticizes the knee-jerk reaction from the media on the meeting. Larry Kudlow suffers a heart attack minutes before the historic meeting took place. More on North Korea. Bill Clinton is not doing well with questions on the #MeToo Movement. People are still upset with Chick-fil-a.

  • Monday June 11 - Full Show

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau retaliates against Trump after leaving the G7 Summit. Robert De Niro drops the “F-bomb” at the Tony Awards. Dana breaks down the possibilities of the Trump-Kim Summit in Singapore. Bill Maher says he hopes the economy fails so Trump can get out of office. Many Democrats won’t give Trump any credit for his diplomacy with North Korea. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the Trump-Kim Summit.

  • Friday June 8 - Full Show

    A former Senate Intelligence Committee aide was arrested for leaking classified information to the New York Times. Nancy Pelosi thinks the job numbers are a bad thing. Tensions between Canada and the US increase due to tariffs. Congressman Todd Rokita joins us to discuss his SLAP Act. A retired Secret Service agent had warned Stoneman Douglas about security failures. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday June 7 - Full Show

    President Trump pardons Alice Johnson. Dana breaks down her case. Dana does not accept Samantha Bee’s apology. A picture goes viral of a hardware store in Tennessee with a homophobic sign. We go live to a press conference with the President and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Stormy Daniels is introducing her new perfume. Google is trying to make its emojis more inclusive. Senate candidate Austin Petersen joins us to discuss his campaign to defeat Claire McCaskill.

  • Wednesday June 6 - Full Show

    Dana recognizes D-Day. The hearing for Imran Awan, the staffer who hacked Congressional servers, gets delayed again. Dana shares another D-Day story. An NSC contractor was arrested for a first-degree attempted murder charge at the White House. Many female Republicans won their primary elections. A Stoneman Douglas security guard admits he knew the Parkland shooter was a threat in a video. Congressman Louie Gohmert joins us to discuss the case involving Congressional IT staffer Imran Awan.

  • Tuesday June 5 - Full Show

    The CEO of Starbucks is rumored to run for office. Debbie Wasserman Schultz shielded her IT aide from a Capitol hacking probe. Miss America will no longer include the swimsuit competition. The North Korea summit is one week away while details are being ironed out. A California Senate bill enforces gallon limits of water per day per household. The President cancels the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl celebration at the White House. Dinesh D’Souza joins us to discuss the President pardoning him.

  • Monday June 4 - Full Show

    The Supreme Court rules in favor of the Colorado baker and religious freedom. Dana breaks down the decision and what it means. Bill Clinton says he doesn’t owe Monica Lewinsky an apology. Instapundit founder Glenn Reynolds joins us to discuss the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of Masterpiece Cakeshop. A Kansas Gubernatorial candidate carries a machine gun in a parade. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the progress for the North Korea summit.

  • Friday June 1 - Full Show

    TBS bars the press from asking Samantha Bee questions about her remarks. ABC Disney hires a convicted child molester. A disturbing photo that Joy Reid photoshopped resurfaces. Anti-gun advocate Arne Duncan sends his children to school with armed security. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate. Texas Governor Greg Abbott introduces school safety legislation. Senate candidate Josh Hawley joins to discuss running against Claire McCaskill.

  • Thursday May 31 - Full Show

    Samantha Bee criticizes Ivanka Trump by calling her the “C-word”. Video gets released of the Parkland shooter filming himself. Kim Kardashian was invited to the White House to discuss prison reform. Do we accept Samantha Bee’s apology for her language? Kane went to Medieval Times.

  • Wednesday May 30 - Full Show

    Roseanne blames ambien for her racist tweetstorm. Democrats try to tie Roseanne to Trump’s rhetoric. Elizabeth Warren praises communist China’s 'long-term whole-of-government' strategy. A Right-wing British whistleblower for a sex trafficking cover-up is jailed in contempt of court. Dana discusses the resignation of Missouri’s Governor. Dana doesn’t know what to do about her porch animals.

  • Tuesday May 29 - Full Show

    Talks between the US and North Korea resume for the planned June 12th summit in Singapore. Roseanne apologies for racist tweets. Does the present day have any Orwellian characteristics? The New York Times misquotes details about the US-North Korean summit causing a fake narrative. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the continuing talks between the US and North Korea. ABC cancels Roseanne. The USGS urges Hawaiians to not roast marshmallows over the lava.

  • Friday May 25 - Full Show

    Sergio Sanchez fills in for Dana. How are President Trump’s leadership skills with North Korea? What is the one unifying factor as Americans? Ted Cruz introduces budget legislation that includes funding for a wall. We take callers opinions on funding for the wall. What is the root problem for the trend of school shootings. Tim Holbert from the American Veterans Center joins us to discuss the National Memorial Day Parade.

  • Thursday May 24 - Full Show

    Greg Knapp fills in for Dana. President Trump cancels the historic summit between him and Kim Jong-Un. We take callers opinions on Trump’s decision. Should public officials be allowed to block users on Twitter? The NFL releases its National Anthem policy. Amazon’s Alexa is accused of sending recorded conversation to a random user. An Oregon high school student is suing for covering up his pro-Trump shirt. There are many similarities between the Mueller investigation and Ken Starr.

  • Wednesday May 23 - Full Show

    FBI agents want Congress to issue to subpoenas so they can reveal the Bureau’s dirt. Houston Police Chief attacks Dana on Twitter for her position on gun legislation. We go live to the President speaking at an immigration forum. MIchael Bloomberg cold calls people asking how they store their firearms. Dana introduces cockroach milk. A Federal judge rules that the President may not block people on Twitter.

  • Tuesday May 22 - Full Show

    Andrew McCabe had knowledge about the dossier before CNN had broke the story. New polls show GOP improvements ahead of Midterms. Central New York parents want the top county court to evict their 30-year-old son from the family home. Dana clarifies statistics reported by Planned Parenthood. An Oregon judge orders a teen to repay the full $36 Million in damage for the wildfire he started. Dana fisks a piece written by Snopes on firearms.

  • Monday May 21 - Full Show

    More details on the shooter in Santa Fe, Texas. Dana discusses the raising of young boys in America. Studies show the influence of past mass shootings on the present day. A Canadian transgender man is refused service at a waxing salon. Former Secretary of Education Arne Duncan suggests boycotting schools. Dana clears up misinformation regarding firearm law. Would funding school security cost too much money?

  • Friday May 18th - Full Show

    Santa Fe Texas School Shooting - Shooter caught - 8 to 10 dead mostly students and an officer injured. Doral shooting and Santa Fe School Shooting. Doral, FL shooter identified plus more info is coming in of the Santa Fe School Shooting. Also school shooter documentary reveals all these copy cats got inspired by columbine shooting. Texas Governor Greg Abbott Press Conference. News media reports on how many school shooting in United States is incorrect. Dana clarifies this info. Also Polk County FL will put an armed officer in every school. Plus interview with Author Bethany Mandel.

  • Thursday May 17 - Full Show

    The media misquotes Trump’s words on MS-13. Dana discusses the media’s fallacies as it concerns omission. Dana fact-checks The Daily Beast’s report that the NRA has ties to the Kremlin. Senate candidate Josh Hawley joins us to discuss his campaign to defeat Claire McCaskill. Dana doesn’t care about the Royal Wedding. A Canadian woman has an interesting way of complaining at Tim Hortons.

  • Wednesday May 16 - Full Show

    Gina Haspel gets confirmed as Director of CIA. Ethan Hawke says his movies sell better when guns are included. A Staten Island man is not allowed to move a wild turkey from his front yard. The Daily Beast reports that Kremlin used the NRA to help Trump in 2016. Dana sets the record straight on the Yanny vs Laurel debate. Congressman Thomas Massie joins us to discuss his SAFER Act and the Mueller probe.

  • Tuesday May 15 - Full Show

    The media sympathizes with Hamas as protests at the Israeli border continue. Nikki Haley berades the UN about the actions in Jerusalem. Callers express their opinion on Jerusalem and Hamas. Seattle passes a tax on large businesses to help the homeless. A George Soros group leaves Hungary.

  • Monday May 14 - Full Show

    The US officially opens up its embassy in Jerusalem. Hillary Clinton still thinks people are afraid of a woman in charge. The Broward County School District has put out untrue and misleading statements to deter parents from questioning. An Albuquerque City Council member drops an “F bomb” in a campaign ad. Chris Pratt is criticized for making more money than his female counterpart on Jurassic World. Dozens are killed in violent protests at the Palestinian border. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the violent reaction to the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem.

  • Friday May 11 - Full Show

    The government collected the most money last quarter but still has a deficit. Starbucks announces you don’t have to purchase anything to use their restrooms. An autistic child got arrested for playing with an imaginary rifle. We go live to the President speaking on lowering drug prices. We go to the phones for Open Line Friday. Iran's supreme leader trolls Trump with photo of himself reading Fire and Fury. London is trying to ban junk food.

  • Thursday May 10 - Full Show

    Three US prisoners return from North Korea. The EU confronts the US for leaving the Iran Deal. Senators try to trash Gina Haspel while being hypocritical. Iran and Israel trade fire overnight. Brigitte Gabriel joins us to discuss the exit of the Iran Deal and the return of American hostages from North Korea. States are trying to limit the accessibility of firearms to women. MSNBC says Trump greeting the American hostages was just a photo-op.

  • Wednesday May 9 - Full Show

    Trump’s CIA nominee Gina Haspel is grilled by Senators during her hearing. John Kerry lashes out on Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran Deal. Mitch McConnell fires back after Don Blankenship loses the West Virginia primary. Trump tweets threatening media credentials. Dana can pronounce “towel” correctly. Eric Schneiderman lured the media by asking for pizza and Heineken.

  • Tuesday May 8 - Full Show

    The US will schedule an exit to the Iran Deal against the advice of its European allies. The Attorney General of New York resigns after 4 women accuse him of sexual assault. We go live to the President’s announcement on the JCPOA. Dana discusses the effects of the US withdraw from the Iran Deal. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the US exit of the Iran Deal.

  • Monday May 7 - Full Show

    Dana recaps the NRA Annual Meetings in Dallas. The Superintendent of Broward County Schools was proven wrong about treatment of Parkland shooter. Trump slams John Kerry for violating the Logan Act in establishing the JCPOA. Misinformation circulates during Dana’s appearance at the NRAAM. Rosie O’Donnell exceeded campaign contributions to Democratic candidates. A woman filed a complaint at a conference after a man dropped a joke a in an elevator. Dana only cries while listening to a few songs.

  • Friday May 4 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in. The unemployment falls below 4% for the first time in 18 years. Callers express their thoughts on the economy. We go live to President Trump speaking at the NRA Annual Meeting. Should Trump get all of the credit for the good economy?

  • Thursday May 3 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana. Rudy Giuliani admits that President Trump funded the NDA to Stormy Daniels. The FBI wiretaps Michael Cohen’s phone. We take callers on trusting the President. Should the US grant asylum to the caravan trying to enter the country.

  • Wednesday May 2 - Full Show

    Is the Avengers movie similar to the Iran Deal? Kanye West makes controversial comments about slavery. Critics say women superheroes should pull their hair back. A Southwest flight makes an emergency landing after a window broke. The Boy Scouts change their name. Some Congressmen want Trump to win the Nobel Peace Prize. A Black gun owner will give birth in prison after trying to protect her 2-year-old daughter from an assailant. Budweiser introduces its new lager benefiting veteran families.

  • Tuesday May 1 - Full Show

    Dana explains the history of the Iran Deal. Are we at peak social justice warrior? Kathy Griffin goes on a profanity-laced tirade on The View. Maxine Waters tells Kanye to be quiet. We take callers on free speech. The University of Texas at Austin is treating masculinity as a mental health issue. Studies show 22 year olds feel more socially isolated than the elderly.

  • Monday April 30 - Full Show

    Comedian Michelle Wolf makes controversial jokes at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. We go live to the President speaking in the Rose Garden. Dana debunks the myth that visitors can not carry at the NRA Annual Meetings. What are media standards in reporting issues? American Conservative Union Chair Matt Schlapp joins us to discuss why he walked out of the White House Correspondents Dinner. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Israel exposing Iran’s nuclear capabilities. A high school student wearing Chinese prom dress is blamed for cultural appropriation

  • Friday April 27 - Full Show

    Kim Jong Un announces an end to the Korean War. Chance The Rapper walks back his comments on Kanye West. We go live to a joint press conference with President Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. More of the press conference and Chance the Rapper. A staffer for Diane Feinstein hired Fusion GPS to continue the anti-Trump narrative. A reporter got personal with Dana in an interview. A New York City Councilman brags about bullying the NRA. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday April 26 - Full Show

    Dr. Ronny Jackson steps down from his nomination for VA Secretary. Alfie Evans continues to survive after being taken off life support. The media freaks out over Kanye’s support of Trump. Bill Cosby is found guilty of sexual assault. We take callers on reaction to Kanye. Kyle Kashuv gets bullied on Twitter by his own teacher. China is implementing a social credit score.

  • Wednesday April 25 - Full Show

    British police warn they are monitoring Alfie Evans social media posts about his hospital and will probe threatening behavior. A federal judge is pushing back on Trump to accept more DACA applicants. The Washington Post calls Kanye West is part of the Alt-Right. The Simpsons are considering evolving the character of Apu. Joy Reid denies she posted anti-LGBT content on her social media. British actor Matthew Marsden joins us to discussion the situation with Alfie Evans. Trump thanks Kanye for his continued support.

  • Tuesday April 24 - Full Show

    The President of France has a joint press conference with President Trump regarding the Iran Deal and the Syrian War. Penn State will not allow to student clubs to participate in outdoor activities because the wilderness is too risky. A British man receives 8 months in prison for giving red light cameras the finger. Parkland student Kyle Kashuv joins us live. We open the phone lines. A UK judge rejects a bid to take a sick toddler abroad.

  • Monday April 23 - Full Show

    A 29 year old man shoots 4 in a Waffle House in Nashville. The details emerge about the missed FBI tips and the lack of law enforcement. Shania Twain gets ridiculed for saying she would have voted for Donald Trump. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the possible denuclearization of North Korea. We go live to a press conference with the Metro Nashville PD. The Democrats announce their platform for the future.

  • Friday April 20 - Full Show

    Memos get released of conversations between the President and James Comey. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo claims he identifies as all races and religions. Elizabeth Warren has a message to black voters. The DNC files a lawsuit against Russia, WikiLeaks and the Trump Administration. The Hill writer Gayle Trotter joins us to discuss her piece on Justice Neil Gorsuch. We open up the phone lines. Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel to face no confidence vote from his own deputies.

  • Thursday April 19 - Full Show

    The meeting between Trump and Kim Jong-Un is happening in the coming weeks. Planned Parenthood announces they are spending $30 Million on midterm elections. A 911 operator in Houston is guilty of hanging up on emergency calls. The controversy over Starbucks continues. A writer from The New Republic says that the NRA instills racial fear in its members. IG sends a criminal referral to prosecute Andrew McCabe. The felony trial against the governor of Missouri will continue.

  • Wednesday April 18 - Full Show

    Dana celebrates the life of the late Barbara Bush. More details emerge on the Philadelphia Starbucks incident. New York Mayor Bill De Blasio’s rat-killing demonstration did not go well. Parkland student David Hogg calls for a boycott of BlackRock and The Vanguard Group. Congressman Matt Gaetz joins us discuss the FBI raid on Michael Cohen. Dana watched the new Jersey Shore. Dana agrees with Morrissey.

  • Tuesday April 17 - Full Show

    The New York Times was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage on the Trump Administration. Less Millennials are educated on the Holocaust. Dana is upset Judas Priest is still not in the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame. Dick’s Sporting Goods is destroying their firearms that they aren’t selling anymore. Congressman Todd Rokita joins us live. The Supreme Court makes an important immigration decision. Starbucks announces the will close 8,000 stores for racial education.

  • Monday April 16 - Full Show

    The US strikes Syria with missiles Friday night. James Comey tells all in an interview with ABC News. Dana was upset with the President’s tweets about James Comey. Former AG Loretta Lynch separates herself from Comey before the interview was aired. A Starbucks in Philadelphia is accused of racism after police are called. People are mad at Balenciaga for selling $900 spray-painted hoodies. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the Syrian strike and Russia’s response.

  • Friday April 13 - Full Show

    James Comey releases his book about his dealings with the President. The President pardons former Cheney Chief of Staff Scooter Libby. The New Yorker complains that Chick-fil-a is coming to New York City. We take calls for Open Line Friday. The Justice Department finds that Andrew McCabe leaked in order to set up FBI agents for failure. Congressman Jim Jordan joins us to discuss his case to become the next House Speaker. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday April 12 - Full Show

    More discussions occur on America’s military options in Syria. Cory Booker grills Mike Pompeo about his thoughts on homosexuality. A Pennsylvania school is arming their teachers with baseball bats. Democrats ask for a federal probe into Sinclair Media. Dana gives credit to Paul Ryan’s political career. A police report that isn’t taken seriously leads to a teen’s death.

  • Wednesday April 11 - Full Show

    Speaker Ryan announces he is not seeking re-election. John Boehner announces he changed his mind on marijuana. Results of the Facebook Hearing may include more government regulation of the Internet. The media continues to focus on Russia. Broward County student Kenneth Preston joins us to discuss his research on government actions following the Parkland shooting. Bank of America announces they will not finance “military-style” firearms. People are mad at musician Moby for expressing his thoughts food stamps. A documentary was made about Apu from The Simpsons.

  • Tuesday April 10 - Full Show

    The FBI raids the President’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, to search for illegal campaign funds. A federal judge challenged Massachusetts’ ban on assault weapons. More on Mueller and Cohen. Diamond and Silk joins us to discuss how Facebook deemed their content unsafe. We go live the Senate Joint Hearing with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

  • Monday April 9 - Full Show

    A chemical weapons attack occurs in Syria, sparking blame towards the Russians. The mayor of London wants to ban knives. The New York Times published an op-ed claiming Ted Kennedy went through a “character assassination” after the Chappaquiddick incident. The Women’s March is defending a publication that got shut down for sex trafficking. A Parkland survivor is outspoken in his blame on preventing the massacre. An aide of New York Mayor Bill De Blasio was arrested on a gun charge.

  • Friday April 6 - Full Show

    Dana’s crabby Friday. We take callers for Open Line Friday. The firing of The Atlantic reporter should be taken seriously. Media companies are controlling speech is appropriate. The new movie about Ted Kennedy is rated PG-13 for “historical smoking”. An Illinois town bans all assault weapons. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate. Target is changing their hiring policy.

  • Thursday April 5 - Full Show

    People criticize the President’s move to send the National Guard to the Southern border. More details emerge on the YouTube shooter. Nancy Pelosi wants to repeal the tax bill after the Democrats retake the House. The Atlantic fires a Conservative reporter after a comment he made about abortion. Facebook recieves more backlash after more consumers data sold. Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn joins us to discuss her upcoming testimony with Mark Zuckerberg.

  • Wednesday April 4 - Full Show

    A woman open fires at the YouTube Headquarters in San Bruno, California. Dana explains California’s gun laws. A mom had an Easter beer hunt for her older children. Dick Durbin sends a letter to Sinclair regarding their scripted promos. A British man was arrested for defending himself with a firearm. Trump wants to militarize the Southern border. Louisiana is the only state to require occupational licenses for florists. On the anniversary of the assassination of MLK, what were his thoughts on the Second Amendment?

  • Tuesday April 3 - Full Show

    Sinclair receives more backlash for scripting a promo to read to all of its affiliates. A Douglas High School teacher explains how the school ignored shocking findings from a security assessment performed months before the shooting. A caravan of Hondurans tried to enter the US after immigrating to Mexico. Democrats waived Pakistani IT hackers’ security clearance who stole info from House servers. A writer for Salon thinks it’s sexist for a man to speak a women’s luncheon. Shark Tank blogger Javier Manjarres joins us to discuss why he is running for Congress against Ted Deutch in the Parkland district.

  • Monday April 2 - Full Show

    People are boycotting companies who are sponsoring Laura Ingraham’s show. The rhetoric for the gun debate has gotten out of control. The Repeal 2A narrative gains steam. Utah is trying to legalize free-range parenting. Broward County Sheriff Israel backs away from his “amazing leadership” claim.

  • Friday March 30 - Full Show

    The widow of the Pulse nightclub shooter was acquitted of all charges. We open the phones for Open Line Friday. An MSNBC reporter attacks a Parkland survivor on social media. Star of God’s Not Dead, David AR White, joins us to discuss his movie and the state of faith today. News 96.5 WDBO Legal Analyst, Sherri DeWitt, joins us to discuss the acquittal of the widow of Omar Mateen. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday March 29 - Full Show

    More national publications are writing articles about repealing the Second Amendment. California claims the 2020 census is a tactic to scare away minority voters. We go live to the President speaking on in infrastructure in Ohio. Former VA Secretary Shulkin lashes out at the Administration after being fired. Broward County Sheriff Israel backs away from his “amazing leadership” claim.

  • Wednesday March 28 - Full Show

    The premiere of Roseanne drew huge ratings in its politically charged debut. Listeners weigh in on their thoughts. The Repeal 2A narrative gains steam. Utah is trying to legalize free-range parenting. CNN admits they let Parkland students lie on their program. Susan Rice got hired to the Board of Directors at Netflix. Google stores more information than you think.

  • Tuesday March 27 - Full Show

    A former Supreme Court justice publishes an op-ed about repealing the Second Amendment. Attempts for gun confiscation have existed throughout American history. Dana debunks the rumor about the CDC and gun violence. Critics slam the Eagles of Death Metal singer for his comments on gun control. Senate Democrats are introducing bullet-control. The 2020 US Census is adding another question for immigrants.

  • Monday March 26 - Full Show

    Parkland Student Kyle Kashuv talk how he wasn't invited to speak at March for Our Lives since his view are different but says where's the Focus on Law Enforcement Failures. Also people at that March got creative making signs of Dana..DANA HATES ICE CREAM. Parkland student says at the MarchForOurLives rally When they give us that inch, that bump stock ban we will take a mile. Journalism is a form of activism says Rebecca Schneid co-editor in chief of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School newspaper. Jesse Hughes under attack by the media for speaking against the March for Lives. This is not a mass shooting generation Plus a man ties himself to a rocket. Blue Mountain School District in Pennsylvania is going to arm their student with rocks

  • Friday March 23 - Full Show

    The media now in an uproar cause President Trump hires another TV political adviser. President Trump LIVE CONFERENCE talks about the Omnibus Bill. Parkland Student In Profanity Laced Interview. Also DICKS sporting store loses big after gun ban. Rapper Cardi B demands to know where is her tax money going!!! Democrats are ecstatic about this Omnibus Bill must mean they got everything they wanted. PLUS ITS HERE.......Dana’s Mail Bag of Hate.

  • Thursday March 22 - Full Show

    The Austin Police Chief reports that the serial bomber left a 25 minute recording on his cell that it's being considered a confession. Dana is not aboard with the new Bill which just passed nor the Tariff. Also how is it that we have a Republican Majority but Plan Parenthood still gets so much money from the government every year. Dana breaks down the spending of the Omnibus Bill

    Jim Jordan joins Dana to talk about the Omnibus Bill. Marc Zuckerberg feels that Facebook should be regulated but dodges the question should people trust Facebook. Mayor of New Orleans said that he is concerned about  having reasonable restrictions that not every american should have any gun they want. Plus Biden says how he would kick Trumps ass!

  • Wednesday March 21st Full Show

    Texas Serial Bomber killed himself more info to be released by police. School Principal is confronted by parent for letting his 12 yr old son walk out of school for a protest without parent knowledge or consent. Sheriff suspended for falling asleep on site of Florida School Shooting. Plus a youtuber named Count Dankula is facing jail after he was convicted of a hate crime for uploading a video of him teaching his girlfriend’s dog to give a Nazi Sieg Heil salute and respond excitedly to the phrase "gas the Jews." Ben Carson talk about the $31k table his wife ordered for his office. The College of the Holy Cross has decided to stop using "knight imagery" to represent its "Crusaders" nickname amid concerns that it evokes "the violence of the Crusades" and promotes "Islamophobia." Student blames Marco Rubio blames the data of Criminals not getting to the proper hands in time. Youtube bans all gun manufacturing video, tutorials or sales videos of fire arms. People are still freaking out about the Facebook situation

  • Tuesday March 20 - Full Show

    A shooting occurs at Great Mills High School in Maryland injuring 2. The school resource officer engages the shooter. Another package bomb explodes at a FedEx facility in Austin. The Left attacks Facebook for storing data on its users. Updates on the Maryland high school shooting incident. People are upset over the remake of the Death Wish.

  • Monday March 19 - Full Show

    The firing of Andrew McCabe stirs more controversy regarding the Special Counsel. The Florida shooter should have been arrested a year ago. The McCabe investigation began under the Obama Administration. A self-driving Uber car causes its first fatality. Jeff Flake hints at running against Trump in 2020. We join the President speaking live in New Hampshire on the opioid epidemic. Facebook is under fire after allowing Cambridge Analytica to store 50 Million users’ data.

  • Friday March 16 - Full Show

    The security camera footage of the Parkland shooting is released. Conor Lamb’s win shows a split in the Democrat party. We take calls for Open Line Friday. A Georgia elementary school had 7 year olds act out segregation in public schools. United Airlines has had a bad couple weeks. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday March 15 - Full Show

    Nikki Haley slams Russia for poisoning a spy in the UK. Senators are not supporting Trump’s appointee for CIA Director. Critics are saying Disney’s A Wrinkle In Time is racist. A pedestrian bridge collapses at Florida International University causing fatalities. A federal judge has dropped the Ahmed Mohamed clock boy case. A student was taken into custody after having an opposing view of the walk-out.

  • Wednesday March 14 - Full Show

    Democrat Conor Lamb wins the Special Election in Pennsylvania in a Trump district causing flying narratives. An Alaskan man sued a women’s shelter for being turned away after identifying as a woman. Does this Special Election make a Blue wave inevitable? Joy Behar from The View apologizes for calling Christianity a mental illness. Betsy DeVos gets backlash for saying teachers may arm. A panel was interrupted after a professor states that men are taller than women.

  • Tuesday March 13 - Full Show

    3 explosions have occurred in Austin, Texas within the past 10 days. President Trump fires Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Eminem trashed the NRA on the iHeart Music Awards. The House ends their investigation into collusion with Russia. A town in England hides the worst sex trafficking scandal in modern times in order not to be racist. The Parkland shooter will face the death penalty. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the firing of Rex Tillerson and the poisoning of a British citizen by a Russian spy.

  • Monday March 12 - Full Show

    Doc Thompson fills in. Stanford students want the government to help with being addicted to electronic devices. A walk-out is planned on the 14th of March in schools across the country planned by the Women’s March. We take callers on the planned walk-out. An Alaska high school changes its mascot after someone thought “thunder bear” was offensive. Is meeting with Kim Jong-Un in person the smartest thing to do?

  • Friday March 9 - Full Show

    More updates on the lack of law enforcement with the Parkland school shooter. The Washington Post wrote an article about the NRA using jargon to bully people. We open up the phones for Open Line Friday The President announces he will meet with Kim Jong-Un in person. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday March 8 - Full Show

    Former Hillary staffers are purchasing billboards saying the NRA is a terrorist organization. 2 Parkland students are suing the FBI over negligence to act on the shooter. The President is suing California over their sanctuary city policy. There’s a robotic EMT that moves very slowly. New Hampshire is introducing another transgender bathroom bill. Alexa is randomly laughing out of nowhere. McDonald’s turned their arches upside down to celebrate International Women’s Day. Louis Farrakhan still thinks he’s not anti-Semitic. Joe Scarborough is getting slammed for trying to correct Ted Cruz.

  • Wednesday March 7 - Full Show

    An actress from Star Trek got in a feud with Dana. Dana recaps the Texas Primary Election last night. Trump wants to implement tariffs in the tune of Sade. A Texas woman is outraged at Domino’s pizza. Olympian Adam Rippon still doesn’t accept Pence’s gratitude. The Broward County Sheriff is creating a fact check website. Ted Cruz runs a campaign ad making fun of Beto O’Rourke’s nickname.

  • Tuesday March 6 - Full Show

    Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg went on media outlets to trash Trump after being subpoenaed by Robert Mueller. Women’s March leaders continue to defend anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan. A Florida man is suing Dick’s and Walmart for discriminating sales based on age. The Democrats are gaining steam in the Texas midterms.

  • Monday March 5 - Full Show

    The Oscars is another politically charged award show. Common wrote a rap for the Oscars bashing the NRA. A Portland coffee company freaked out on Dana. Washington DC erected a statue of former mayor and crack addict Marion Barry. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Russia’s nuclear claims and Trump’s proposed tariffs.

  • Friday March 2 - Full Show

    Politicians are calling on banning weapons that don’t exist. We take calls for Open Line Friday on gun safety. Facebook tried to fact-check a Christian satirical site. Dana loves video games because they don’t cause violence. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate for the first time this year.

  • Thursday March 1 - Full Show

    Trump tells bipartisan members of Congress that he would strip guns away from certain people before due process. A Georgia teacher tried to make a point for gun control by firing a gun in his school. Walmart raises the age to purchase firearms to 21. Planned Parenthood and the Women's’ March is donating to the March for Lives event to prevent gun violence. Ben Carson asked for $31,000 for a dining set in his office. More legislative proposals are introduced in Congress on firearms. The President announces he will raise tariffs on steel and aluminum.

  • Wednesday February 28 - Full Show

    A video emerges of the Broward County Sheriff telling law enforcement to run and hide when engaging an active shooter. Blink-182 says they are boycotting FedEx. Companies that cut ties with the NRA have been receiving negative ratings. Denton County Sheriff Tracy Murphree joins us to discuss his thoughts on the handling of the Parkland shooter. We join live a bipartisan meeting with the President on solutions to gun violence.

  • Tuesday February 27 - Full Show

    A CNN analyst said women can’t carry on-person cause they wear skirts and dresses. A US Olympian took down an selfie with Ivanka Trump. George Clinton had an opinion on cultural appropriation.CNN reports that there were over 45 calls to the Broward County Sheriff's Office as transcripts are released. What are the effects of raising the age for long gun purchases to 21? The Democrats introduce legislation banning all semi-automatic firearms.

  • Monday February 26 - Full Show

    The list of red flags from the Parkland shooter grows as Florida law enforcement seems more responsible. The Broward County Sheriff used a Game of Thrones analogy to defend his job. CNN is allowing Parkland students to smear without fact-checking them on weekend TV. People are refurbishing Dana’s tweets from a decade ago. States have begun to share their convictions to the NICS system. A transgender boy won his second straight girls wrestling title. Newsweek writes an article claiming Dana hates Neil Young.

  • Friday February 23 - Full Show

    A Parkland student’s questions were edited by CNN because they didn’t fit the agenda. Dana explains the correct terminology when discussing solutions. We take callers for Open Line Friday. Trump and Australian Prime Minister Turnbull have a joint press conference. Governor Rick Scott announces Florida will raise the age of carrying a firearm to 21. The Coral Springs Police Dept. slams Broward County Sheriff. A driver crashes into the the barricade at the White House.

  • Thursday February 22 - Full Show

    Live from CPAC. The Federalist reporter Ben Domenech joins us to discuss the CNN Town Hall in Florida. Dana recaps her appearance in Florida responding to questions from Stoneman Douglas High School students, parents, and faculty. The mistakes from the government have a pattern. A Parkland student joins us to discuss his experience at the CNN Town Hall.

  • Wednesday February 21 - Full Show

    Dana discusses Florida state law and what is not being discussed. Callers voice on their opinions. Dana explains the difference of opinion on the issues across the nation. The importance of hearing different opinions to make decisions. Bill Murray has a great opinion on identity politics. What’s the biggest thing that needs to change going forward?

  • Tuesday February 20 - Full Show

    The red flags continue to grow on the Stoneman Douglas High School shooter. We take callers on how the situation should be handled. The President of Crime Prevention Research Center, John Lott, joins us to discuss how to prevent mass casualties. Dana invites caller to have an open conversation on solutions.

  • Monday February 19 - Full Show

    Dana clears up the 5 misinformation narratives surrounding the Parkland tragedy. Dana shares the story of Colton Hobb. There are solutions to prevent another Florida shooting on the table. Fergie had an interesting rendition of the National Anthem at the NBA All-Star Game. What’s the biggest thing that needs to change going forward?

  • Friday February 16 - Full Show

    Doc Thompson hosts. The FBI admits that they did not follow protocol after receiving a tip on the Florida shooter who killed 17 people. We take callers on the FBI. Special Counsel indicts 13 Russian Nationalists for meddling in the US Election.Plus, possible solutions to protect children in school. Seeing the Black Panther movie is cultural appropriation. In the new Natalie Portman movie, Annihilation, she plays a character written with a different ethnicity.

  • Thursday February 15 - Full Show

    Updates on the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida.More information on the shooter’s profile comes out. We go live to a press conference from the first responders of the shooting. Steve Barrett from News 96.5 WDBO and Channel 9 Eyewitness News in Orlando updates us on any information.

  • Wednesday February 14 - Full Show

    The New York Times falsely reported the death of Russian soldiers. People are mad at Shaun White for letting the American flag touch the ground after winning gold. Olympian Adam Rippon continues to stir controversy over his statements over Mike Pence. Elizabeth Warren speaks in front of Native American refurbishing her heritage. Schools are banning best friends. Breaking News on an active shooter in a high school in Broward County, Florida.

  • Tuesday February 13 - Full Show

    A backchannel was created for a Russian oligarch to obtain a visa through Congressional members. Someone cherished an Olympian as an immigrant when she was born in America. People took Jeff Sessions’ words in a racist context when referring to law enforcement. The Department of Education will not act on a transgender student’s request. The Peter Rabbit movie was criticized for depicting “allergy bullying”. Bill Murray has a great opinion on identity politics. The budget is going to slash entitlements and public media. Also, Slayer Pillow.

  • Monday February 12 - Full Show

    The media fawns of Kim Jong Un’s sister’s appearance at the Winter Olympics. The official White House portrait of Michelle Obama looks a little different. North and South Korea claim to be unified at the Winter Olympics, while Mike Pence gets criticized. We take callers opinions on North Korea in the Olympics. The Democrat response to the FISA abuse memo has yet to be released. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the Winter Olympics and North Korea.

  • Friday February 9 - Full Show

    The government passes a bipartisan deal to open the government. People are trying to politicize the Olympics. Rand Paul makes a powerful statement prior to the passage of the spending bill. Dana teaches her kids not to share. The media loved Nancy Pelosi’s 4-inch heels. Vox a ran a very obvious story. The budget deficit tops a Trillion dollars this year. White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter resigns amid domestic violence allegations. A Resist movement group kept most of their donations.

  • Thursday February 8 - Full Show

    Congress must vote on a permanent budget by the end of the day. People are comparing Trump’s request for a military parade to a dictatorship. Nancy Pelosi delays vote on a budget over DACA. The Democrats warn that their FISA memo is much more devastating than Devin Nunes’. Chuck Schumer wanted to eat a Tide pod. Callers discuss what to do about Tide pods. A Uranium One informant says Moscow paid millions in bid to influence Clinton. Congressman Jim Jordan joins to discuss the budget and the Democrat FISA memo.

  • Wednesday February 7 - Full Show

    New texts emerge between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. We join a live press conference with Secretary James Mattis on Defense spending. An Indianapolis Colts player was killed by a drunk driver who was an illegal immigrant. Dana explains the Grassley-Graham memo as it regards FISA. People think the Black Panther movie was the first ever Black hero in a movie. Chief of Staff John Kelly says that DACA recipients that didn’t sign up for citizenship were “lazy”. Dana updates the story on the Portland baker who denied a same-sex couple a wedding cake. People are upset at the way Gisele Bundchen explained Tom Brady’s loss to their children.

  • Tuesday February 6 - Full Show

    The Russian investigation continues although no collusion has been found. A Gay Olympian is upset that Mike Pence is leading the US delegation in the Winter Olympics. The Canada PM corrects a question at a town hall to be gender neutral. PepsiCo is targeting women to make less messy Doritos. The FBI fires back at Trump for his comments about them. The President hinted that people not clapping for the State of the Union sounded like treason. The Tide pods challenge has gotten out of control. Hillary Clinton thinks climate change will affect women worse. A Staten Island elementary school is banning father-daughter dances. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the upcoming Winter Olympic Games and the FISA memo.

  • Monday February 5 - FULL SHOW

    Eagles win Super Bowl LII - Fans go crazy celebrating. Black Lives Matter issue a Travel Warning anyone of color traveling to Minnesota. Police officer in uniform who went to have lunch at an Outback in Tennessee was told to leave due to a customer being afraid of Police and asked restaurant manager. Callers give opinion on Outback situation regarding the Police Officer who was asked to leave. Officer spotted a man in a donation bin was asked to step out of bin and then man attacked and started beating the officer luckily a civilian stopped to help so he pulled his gun to stop the attack on the police officer.Eagles players soon after winning the super bowl tweeted they are boycotting the invitation to the White House. Callers give opinions on this situation and double standards of liberals. Russia collusion against President Trump is coming from people who they themselves have done wrong. What the FISA Memo boils down too.

  • Friday February 2 - Full Show

    The FISA abuse memo written by Devin Nunes is released with no redaction. Dana breaks it down. We take callers' opinions on the memo. What does this mean for the FBI? A women is sexually attracted to Tetris. A goose falls out of the sky and knocks a man unconscious. A father of three victims of Larry Nassar attempts to physically attack him in court.

  • Thursday February 1 - Full Show

    The Democrats claim that Devin Nunes altered the FISA abuse memo prior to its release. Mika from Morning Joe slams Michael Wolff for insinuating Nikki Haley slept with the President. Huffington Post thinks yoga is cultural appropriation. We take appropriation to a whole new level. Many Progressives harshly criticized the President’s words on MS-13. 2 students are injured in a shooting at a California middle school.

  • Wednesday January 31 - Full Show

    A train carrying 200 members of Congress collides with a truck on the way to a retreat in West Virginia. Dana recaps the President's first State of the Union Address. Joe Kennedy’s Democrat response to the State of the Union was quite tone-deaf. We take callers’ opinions on the State of the Union. Dana reviews the economy’s growth the past year. The FBI releases a statement on how they have grave concerns of Devin Nunes FISA abuse memo.

  • Tuesday January 30 - Full Show

    Dana previews the State of The Union. The Democrats have 5 responses to the State of the Union. A Democrat strategist compared DACA to the Trail of Tears. Mark Ruffalo makes an interesting case for trying to empower women. ESPN says the Notre Dame mascot is racist. We take callers on their thoughts on mascots. Judicial Watch Attorney Michael Bekesha joins us to discuss the FISA abuse memo and what it means. Bill Nye is making other scientists mad by attending the State of the Union.

  • Monday January 29 - Full Show

    Doc Thompson fills in for Dana. FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is forced to step down. The House will vote whether to release the FISA abuse memo by Devin Nunes. The DACA talks are getting more heated.Doc lays out Trump’s proposed immigration plan. The Grammy’s were full of political stunts.

  • Friday January 26 - Full Show

    Day 3 live from SHOT Show in Las Vegas. Daily Caller reporter Kerry Picket joins us to talk about the Russia Investigation. BBC is producing a nature documentary completely of women. Hillary Clinton chose to shield a top adviser accused of harassment in 2008. Oklahoma is thinking about bringing back the guillotine. More companies announce their reinvestment of funds into their employees following the tax plan. Vince McMahon announces he’s bringing back the XFL. The author of Fire and Fury tells Bill Maher that readers should figure out that Nikki Haley had an affair with Trump. Male journalists at the BBC took a pay cut after discovering some females earned less. The Sutherland Springs shooting hero will be a guest at the State of the Union Address.

  • Thursday January 25 - Full Show

    The 50,000 missing texts between Peter Strzok and Lisa Paige have been recovered. Bowhunter Cameron Hanes joins us live at SHOT Show in Las Vegas. The Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke, speaks with us live on land management. Former MMA fighter Tim Kennedy joins us to discuss Hunting Hitler on History Channel. DACA recipients blocked the entrance to Disneyland in protest. US Mayors are upset that they have to follow Federal law regarding sanctuary cities. Chad Enos from KelTec joins us to discuss the newest products, and Dennis Black from Ranger Bags discusses their new features.

  • Wednesday January 24 - Full Show

    Live from Las Vegas from SHOT Show 2018! Senator Ron Johnson states that there were secret meetings within the FBI with Peter Strzok. Todd Hoffman from Discovery Channel’s Gold Rush joins us live. Progressives are upset at a group that saves dogs from lab testing because their president is Conservative. Eva Shockey from Jim Shockey’s Hunting Adventures on Outdoor Channel joins us live. The President of Planned Parenthood steps down. Larry Keane from the NSSF joins us live. Big Little Lies co-star Alexander Skarsgard pretended to care about #MeToo in his SAG Awards speech.

  • Tuesday January 23 - Full Show

    The removal of evidence of FBI bias into the Clinton investigation is getting suspicious. The View thinks the end of DACA is because Trump wanted it to be. The NFL rejected a Super Bowl ad by a veterans group. Callers discuss their opinions on the NFL’s ad choice. Glamour praised a writer who replaced characters in Saving Private Ryan with women. Michigan State fails to condemn their president after defending US Gymnastics coach Larry Nassar. The professor that James Comey leaked the Trump memo to now claims he is his lawyer.

  • Monday January 22 - Full Show

    The Democrats caved in and voted to reopen the government for 1 month. Dana compares the government shutdown to the one in 2013 and how it’s different. Hollywood is redoing one of Dana’s favorite movies, and she is not pleased. The text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and Lisa Paige aren’t available anymore. Amazon opens their first store in Seattle. The Democrats favorability is declining after forcing the government to shut down. The media covered the Women’s March much different than the March for Life. Megyn Kelly responds to Jane Fonda’s attacks on her plastic surgery.

  • Friday January 19 - Full Show

    Congress is playing the blame game on which party is the cause of the shutdown. Open Line Friday on whose fault is the government shutdown. Dana resurfaces the story of the John Doe raids in Wisconsin to show how partisanship affects investigations. Dana explains the immediate result of a government shutdown. More people urge to release the Fusion GPS transcripts. Congressman Jim Jordan joins us to discuss the potential government shutdown and the Fusion GPS memo.

  • Thursday January 18 - Full Show

    The government is on the brink of a shutdown and Democrats want to use DACA as a leverage. The New York Times is not running any editorials in order to give Trump supporters their say. The GOP website publishes the winners of the Fake News Awards. Woody Allen’s daughter is outspoken about her father’s abuse. Senator Cory Booker “mansplains” the Homeland Security Secretary in her hearing. The new L”Oreal spokesperson is not a fan of Israel. We go live to the President speaking in Pittsburgh. Dana gets nostalgic over Def Leppard. Fusion GPS’ co-founder Glenn Simpson testifies before the House on the Clinton dossier.

  • Wednesday January 17 - Full Show

    Jeff Flake unleashes a speech on the Senate floor comparing Trump to Stalin. The White House held a press conference regarding President Trump’s health, and it went off the walls. Female unemployment hits the lowest rate in 17 years. A British pastor is being sued for “misgendering”. The government may shutdown by the end of the week, and Dana can’t handle it. Kids need to stop eating Tide pods. We discuss each state’s most purchased musical artists.

  • Tuesday January 16 - Full Show

    The Dow hits a record 26,000 as Democrats prepare to fight for Midterm elections. Bradley Manning launches his Senate campaign, while Media Matters writes a story claiming Dana is anti-trans. A story about a girl who got forced to cut off her hijab turned out to be false. A Homeland Security hearing got heated. An illegal immigrant for 30 years gets deported. Dana discusses if the #MeToo movement has lost its credibility. James O’Keefe joins us to discuss his new book American Pravda, Project Veritas and Google censoring Conservative speech.

  • Monday January 15 - Full Show

    On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, many of the media attempt to expose Trump to be a racist. Hawaii accidentally sends a missile warning to its citizens telling them to take shelter immediately. The lead singer of The Cranberries, Dolores O'Riordan suddenly dies at age 46. Dana compares other countries’ policies and how they may discriminate. People are leaving higher taxed states. Former Congressman and Lieutenant Colonel Allen West joins us to discuss Trump’s recent remarks and Bradley Manning’s potential Senate run. Comedian Aziz Ansari is being of sexual assault in a very revengeful case. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Hawaii’s false missile alert, and the Syrian border.

  • Friday January 12 - Full Show

    The President used a slur when discussing ending chain migration, sparking outrage. More companies announce their giving bonuses and pay raises to their employees in response the the tax bill. Congress still debates on the fate of DREAMers and reforming the immigration system. A prosecutor has launched an investigation on Missouri’s governor on whether he used revenge porn on his former mistress. Former FBI Special Agent and DHS Adviser Jonathan Gilliam joins us to discuss his new book Sheep No More: The Art of Awareness and Attack Survival and current security topics.

  • Thursday January 11 - Full Show

    Dianne Feinstein regrets not informing anyone about releasing the Fusion GPS testimony. Steve Bannon hires lawyers in light of the Russian investigation. Missouri’s governor had an affair in 2015 and tried to blackmail the woman. Project Veritas exposes how Twitter targets and downplays Conservative speech. Women’s March members are having internal fighting over their hats. Mark Wahlberg received $1.5 Million to reshoot a movie over his female counterpart. The new Presidential Library in Chicago dedicated to Obama has peculiar architecture. Representative Mark Meadows joins us to discuss his famous boardroom meeting with the President over immigration.

  • Wednesday January 10 - Full Show

    Senator Dianne Feinstein releases the full Fusion GPS testimony against the wishes of many. The South Korean President thanks Trump for sparking diplomatic negotiations. The President meets with bipartisan Congressional members in an uncanny fashion over immigration reform. A federal judge blocks something that’s already not going to happen. Google is now fact-checking websites that lean Conservative. People are upset that evil cartoon characters have foreign accents. A woman critic of the #MeToo movement receives a ton of criticism. Critics are still unsure on proper firearm language. Steve Bannon steps down from his role at Breitbart News.

  • Tuesday January 9 - Full Show

    Trump attended the College Football National Championship game. The author of Fire and Fury continues to make his media rounds. Dana speaks with the Vice President Mike Pence. Oprah’s 2020 rumors explode in the media, and she has a challenger. A Democrat commission tried to expose an Internet gun loophole, and it backfired. R&B singer Ginuwine got attacked over a “transphobic” comment on Celebrity Big Brother. 600 men showed up to a school in Texas stand in for a breakfast for children who don’t have fathers.

  • Monday January 8 - Full Show

    Trump’s adviser Stephen Miller got in a heated exchange with Jake Tapper. Dana recaps what she saw from the Golden Globes, including Oprah’s Presidential rumors. The narrative of Trump’s mental fitness is making its rounds in the media. Vice President Mike Pence joins us to discuss the Administration’s first year and their goals for 2018. Rand Paul speaks up on what happened to him when he was assaulted. Some schools want to ban children from having best friends. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss North and South Korea’s discussions prior to the Olympic games.

  • Friday January 5 - Full Show

    Critics are starting to question President Trump’s mental fitness. The President threatens to sue the publishers of the book that ruins his reputation.The Black unemployment is the lowest in 25 years. A false report states Trump was upset on day 1 that there was no “gorilla channel” on his television. A native Canadian tribe is upset that a video game is appropriating their culture. A New York City restaurant lets their customers fish for their own food in their restaurant. More people are calling for Jeff Sessions to step down, following the never-ending Russia investigation. The Justice Department is taking a fresh look at marijuana laws.

  • Thursday January 4 - Full Show

    The State Department is in support of North and South Korea having conversations. The President sends a cease and desist letter to Steve Bannon. Workers can now purchase health insurance across state line. State lawmakers are pushing students on how to separate fact from fiction. DNC Co-Chair Keith Ellison posed with an Antifa book. The Justice Department is reopening its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails. Dana is upset with the Coachella lineup. We introduce the latest health craze, raw water. Iceland passes a law making women earn the same as men for doing the same job. We review California new laws in effect.

  • Wednesday January 3 - Full Show

    Trump unloads on Twitter taunting nuclear war with North Korea. A new book quotes Steve Bannon on Trump’s “treasonous” Russian collusion. Trump issues an official statement slamming Steve Bannon. More companies announce they are giving benefits to their employees after passage of tax reform. Oregon lets its citizens pump their own gas for the first time, and they don’t want to. Former CIA Director John Brennan hits Trump’s strategy on Iran. We go live to the White House Press Conference. Justin Timberlake is putting out an album called “Man of the Woods".

  • Tuesday January 2 - Full Show

    First live show of 2018. Citizens of Iran are protesting their regime. Dana counts down the Top 10 stories we missed over the holiday break. Rep Sheila Jackson Lee claimed racism because she couldn’t bump someone out of their first class seat. Senator Orrin Hatch announces his retirement, clearing the way for a Mitt Romney Senate run. Dana continues the countdown of the stories we missed over Christmas break. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the Iran protest, financial sanctions on Pakistan and South Korea’s attempts to negotiate. A doctor has discovered humans have another intestinal organ.

  • Friday December 29 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in. Festivus Episode: We discuss our grievances of 2017 and try to put them behind us. Listeners discuss their number one grievances in the past year in honor of George Costanza.

  • Thursday December 28 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana. Nate discusses the President’s year in review. We asks callers’ grades on Trump’s first year. Roy Moore passes a polygraph test on the day the Alabama certifies Doug Jones’ victory. The Senate will have to compromise over DACA due to its slim majority in 2018. How far should it go?

  • Wednesday December 27 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in. There is now a professional quidditch league. The mayor of a city in Idaho wants to make bullying a citation. Listeners discuss whether bullying in grade school should be a fine. California is beginning mandatory LGBT history in schools. Should parents be able to opt out?

  • Tuesday December 26 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana.Nate embellishes how many times he’s seen Star Wars. We asks listeners on their thoughts on the movie. Are there any Social Justice Warrior motives? Which is better: Retail or online shopping? Online shopping is ruining retail; listeners discuss their opinions.

  • Friday December 22 - Full Show

    Doc Thompson fills in for Dana once again. There’s a children’s book out that claims Santa is married to a Black man. A HOA in Gettysburg tells a homeowner to take down their Nativity scene. We take callers on how the homeowners should respond. The coroner releases information about the Las Vegas shooting. Listeners discuss the possible motives. The UN imposes more sanctions on North Korea. Is the Christmas song “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” sexually aggressive? TIME Magazine publishes America's favorite Christmas candies. Doc shares the story of the aluminum Christmas tree.

  • Thursday December 21 - Full Show

    Doc Thompson fills in for Dana. The great-niece of Walt Disney claims giving tax cuts is a handout. The UN overwhelmingly votes to overturn Trump’s Jerusalem decision. AT&T, Boeing, and Wells Fargo gives pay raises to their employees after the passage of the tax plan. Social Security may need an overhaul after the tax plan passes. Today marks the 29th year since Pan Am Flight 103 explosion, marking the beginning of the modern Terrorism era. Attorney General Jeff Sessions asks the FBI to investigate Uranium One. Apple reveals their new iPhone operating systems slow your phone down on purpose. New Jersey is the last state to ban home bakers from selling their products for profit.

  • Wednesday December 20 - Full Show

    The GOP tax bill passes the House and Senate, and heads to the President’s desk. Dana breaks down the bill. The Democrats are more than frustrated at the passage of the tax bill. Rosie O’Donnell blocks Dana. Eminem is chasing fame to try to get Trump’s attention. Ben Carson led a prayer at a Cabinet meeting and the media thought it was “cult-like”. Kane discusses the list of words that Dana said in 2017 that made him panic. We go live to the White House celebrating the passage of the tax plan. AT&T is giving $1000 bonuses to 200,000 employees after the passage of the tax plan. We discuss words we used during 2017 that sound like good band names.

  • Tuesday December 19 - Full Show

    As the year wraps up, Dana explains where the party’s are going into Midterm Election season. The White House cites that China and Russia are “rivals”. George Lucas has a criticism of The Last Jedi. The House is voting on the tax plan. Some Democrats think Bob Menendez should not leave. The Pentagon admits there is a $22 Million investigation into UFO’s. We discuss our top Keanu Reeves movie rolls. Melania Trump has high approval ratings. The New York Times writes that North Korea is our fault.

  • Monday December 18 - Full Show

    Dana recaps Israel's Friday day of rage after Trump moves Israel's capital to Jerusalem. Twitter is updating its rules on hateful content. Dana has an invention to dust her chandelier. Linda Sarsour is accused of enabling sexual assault. The media freaked out after a Fox News anchor uses the work "coup". The Dems think they overreacted on condemning Al Franken. Dana gives a spoiler-free review of The Last Jedi. The live-action "The Christmas Story" was politically correct. An Amtrak trains derails in Washington State, meanwhile Atlanta's airport experiences an apocalyptic blackout.

  • Friday December 15 - Full Show

    Marco Rubio is finally a "yes" on the tax plan after they raise the child tax credit. Paul Ryan addresses the rumors that he is stepping down as House Speaker. Daily Caller reports a timeline of FBI Agent Peter Strzok and his Clinton bias. Dana can't wait for Star Wars. Omarosa's departure from the White House was less than pleasant. Progressive women are being rude to Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Dana reluctantly watches a Hallmark Christmas movie, and they all sound the same. Nazareth has cancelled some Christmas celebrations over Trump's relocation of Israel's capital to Jerusalem. Dana discusses the ridiculousness of a Williams-Sonoma catalog. The FBI watered down James Comey's statement on the Clinton email investigation.

  • Thursday December 14 - Full Show

    The Senate hearing of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is framed as a Right-wing attack on justice. Net Neutrality gets repealed in the FCC. 26 year olds fear of falling off their parents health plan, and complaining about it. Politico publishes a story about Paul Ryan leaving his position. Newsweek publishes that the father of the bullied child that went viral is a racist. Hillary Clinton is wearing a boot after she breaks her toe. Paul Ryan suggests to keep up the birth rate to replace jobs. Rep Louie Gohmert joins us to discuss the Russia investigation and the Rod Rosenstein hearing.

  • Wednesday December 13 - Full Show

    Democrat Doug Jones pulls the upset over Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate race. Dana explains how Steve Bannon contributed to Moore’s loss. FBI agent Peter Strzok’s bias in the Russia investigation is revealed after text messages are released. Anderson Cooper claims his Twitter was hacked. Minnesota appoints the Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota to replace Al Franken’s Senate seat.

  • Tuesday December 12 - Full Show

    Alabama heads to the polls for its Senatorial Special Election. Trump attacks Kirsten Gillibrand and Elizabeth Warren accuses the President of “slut-shaming”. Oreo is releasing more flavors of Oreo's. A 6 year old made $11 Million reviewing toys on YouTube. The White House Press Briefing got heated Monday. Alabamians have to make a crucial decision on their Senator while the country watches. Recent polls show Roy Moore ahead before the polls close. Instapundant asks Robert Mueller if anti-Trump FBI lawyer Lisa Page was responsible for approving her boyfriend, Peter Stzok's, FISA warrants.

  • Monday December 11 - Full Show

    A Bangladeshi nationalist attempts a terrorist attack in a New York City transit hub. A Washington Post writer posted an inaccurate photo about a Trump rally, continuing the latest trend of media malpractice. Dana reluctantly watches the Hallmark Channel. Obama compares the Trump Presidency to Hitler. Trump attacks fake news and CNN yet again. Chelsea Handler posts a video criticizing Sarah Huckabee Sanders appearance. A video goes viral of a boy who had gotten bullied at school and the media focuses on his “racist” mom. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand calls for President Trump to resign over his past sexual harassment allegations. The White House Press Briefing gets heated over press accountability. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Trump’s decision to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem and the terrorist attack in New York City.

  • Friday December 8 - Full Show

    As the Alabama Special Election looms, more details emerge on the Roy Moore allegations. Los Angeles is trying to ban house parties. Congressman Trent Franks resigns over discussing surrogacy with fellow staffers. We take callers opinions on Open Line Friday. CNN misreports an exclusive about a public WikiLeaks document about Russia. Dana continues to correct more discrepancies about the Fix NICS bill. The writer of the Russian dossier worked for the Justice Department under Obama. Conservative writers are continuing to misquote gun laws. A transgender man is proud he beat other women in weightlifting.

  • Thursday December 7 - Full Show

    Al Franken resigns as US Senator and bashes Trump and Roy Moore in his address. MSNBC tries to frame the US Embassy move in Jerusalem to the Alabama Senate election. A man made his backyard shed the top rated restaurant on TripAdvisor. Robert Mueller's investigator Jeannie Rhee has donated maximum donation to the Hillary campaign. Chelsea Handler blames the Los Angeles wildfires on Trump. The Fix NICS bill passes the House, paving the way for national concealed carry reciprocity; Dana continues to clear up fake assumptions. Dana recognizes the 76th Pearl Harbor Day. We go to live to the President meeting Congressional leaders. Rep. Ron DeSantis joins us to discuss the US Embassy moving to Jerusalem and the Russian investigation.

  • Wednesday December 6 - Full Show

    We go to the President live making remarks regarding Israel. Dana discusses the reasoning behind moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem. Dana hates her husband’s choice for a chandelier. The House votes on a national reciprocity bill called the FIX NICS Act; Dana clears up the facts and narratives. Dana’s son won a class debate on gun control. Wildfires are spreading into Downtown Los Angeles. Alabama Democratic candidate for Senate Doug Jones has an interesting platform. TIME magazine names the “Silence Breakers” their Person of the Year for the bravery of the #MeToo movement.

  • Tuesday December 5 - Full Show

    FBI supervisor Peter Strzok softened the statements about Hillary to avoid legal implications. The Supreme Court allows Trump’s third version of the travel ban to go into effect. Trump tells Palestinians he intends to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem. Apparently eating meat causes “hegemonic masculinity”. The Supreme Court takes up a case regarding a bakery refusing to make a cake for a gay wedding. Former US Chief Asst. US Attorney Andrew McCarthy joins us to discuss the Russia probe and Special Counsel. Democrats go on a tirade about what’s in the Senate tax bill. John Conyers announces his retirement. Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn joins us to discuss a House bill proposed to fire Congressmen who use taxpayer money to settle sexual harassment claims. We have a debate about french fries.

  • Monday December 4 - Full Show

    The media frenzy beings as the case for obstruction of justice arises after a controversial Trump tweet. ABC News suspends Brian Ross after falsely reporting an incorrect story. Dana shares Ross’ history of incorrecting reporting. TIME reveals its list for Person of the Year. The editor at Vogue in India attacked Ivanka Trump’s gowns by claiming she was appropriating Indian fashion. We go live to the President addressing Salt Lake City, Utah on Federal land designation. The Senate passed the tax overhaul and the bill will head to reconciliation. A national conceal carry reciprocity bill is going up for a vote in the House. Dana explains the Logan Act and why it does not apply in the Russian investigation.

  • Friday December 1 - Full Show

    Garcia Zarate, the illegal alien in the Kate Steinle case was proven not guilty. Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI, Dana clears up a media narrative. The illegal alien who shot Kate Steinle returned to San Francisco 5 times because he knew he wouldn’t get deported. Dana refurbishes the story of Jamiel Shaw. Dana shares other countries’ refugee policies. The Senate is confident they have the votes to pass the tax plan. Dana explains media malpractice after a study finds journalists are threatened more than ever. Congressman Rod Blum joins us to discuss the GOP tax bill and the Congressional slush fund for sexual harassment lawsuits.

  • Thursday November 30 - Full Show

    Variety Magazine drops a bombshell on Matt Lauer. Nancy Pelosi changes her mind and calls for John Conyers to step down. We take callers’ opinions on results from these sexual allegations. The New York Times seems to support corporate activism in politics when it supports their candidates. Rolling Stone thinks we may have given Trump too much power. People have been death threatening the chair of the FCC over the possible net neutrality repeal. NBC employees trash Megyn Kelly for condemning Matt Lauer. Linda Sarsour spoke at a conference against anti-Semitism. Newsweek changed their headline after writing a misleading headline. Bette Midler shares an interview where Geraldo Rivera molested her.

  • Wednesday November 29 - Full Show

    NBC fires Matt Lauer over sexual harassment allegations. CNN refuses to attend the White House Christmas party over a tweet. John Kerry let some info slip on US-North Korea intel. Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer declined a meeting with the President after a tweet. The Senate tax bill seems more likely to pass. Dana admits women have it better than men nowadays. NPR host Garrison Keillor canned after molestation. The courts approve of Mick Mulvaney becoming new CFPB Chair after Rob Cordray uses taxpayer money to fund the legal case. We go live to the President’s remarks in Missouri on the tax plan.

  • Tuesday November 28 - Full Show

    Dana explains how Elizabeth Warren advanced her political career after identifying herself as a Native American. Warren practiced law in Massachusetts after having a failed license. Another accuser comes out against John Conyers. Keith Olbermann announces he’s stepping down from politics. Bernie Sanders wrote an interesting essay in 1972. The Senate still lacks the votes to pass the tax plan. North Korea launches its furthest ICBM yet. Congressman Richard Hudson joins us to discuss his sponsored national reciprocity bill.

  • Monday November 27 - Full Show

    Nancy Pelosi calls John Conyers an icon after he uses taxpayer money to settle sexual harassment lawsuits. Al Franken apologizes live. Twitter freaked out over Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ pecan pie. The Dems continue to circle the wagon on sexual harassment allegations. Prince Harry announces his engagement to an American actress. Sophia the robot, is saying some pretty disturbing things. A transgender woman wants to complete in the New Zealand weightlifting competition. A Democrat pollster calls the Republican Party a domestic terror group. Trump trolls Elizabeth Warren in front of WWII Navajo Code Talkers. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the mosque attack in Egypt.

  • Wednesday November 22 - Full Show

    Former DNC Chair Donna Brazile continues to state how the Democrat primary was illegitimate. The Congressional Office of Accountability has paid over $17 Million of taxpayer dollars to settle sexual harassment claims. People took to Twitter to attack Dana’s sponsors. Roy Moore’s Communications Director resigns. The New Yorker rips Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ Thanksgiving press briefing. Roy Moore’s legal team continues to not help his cause. A woman put Republican Joe Barton’s nudes on the Internet. Trump makes his first comment on Roy Moore. Rand Paul’s recovery from assault is worse than reported. We discuss ways to not politicize Thanksgiving and ways to make Thanksgiving all about politics.

  • Tuesday November 21 - Full Show

    Newsweek finds a way to politicize the late Charles Manson. Trump pardons a turkey. LaVar Ball trashes Trump in an interview defending his son’s shoplifting incident in China. Callers discuss their thoughts. Dem Rep. John Conyers paid a settlement for sexual harassment allegations. Women of SNL sign a letter of support for Al Franken. More on the definition of sexual harassment when it concerns the Left. The Senate plans to vote on the tax bill within ten days. An executive at Pixar steps down over sexual battery claims. Dana explains how to interact with family at Thanksgiving.

  • Monday November 20 - Full Show

    Glenn Thrush, the New York Times White House correspondent, was suspended due to sexual harassment claims. More Dems dodge on Al Franken’s fate. Former IRS executive Lois Lerner faces death threats. Trump attacks Lavar Ball for not praising him for releasing UCLA basketball players from a Chinese prison. Trump adds North Korea back onto the state sponsored terrorism list. Mattel introduces Hijab Barbie. People still don’t understand the elephant trophy situation. Another women comes out accusing Al Franken. The double standard continues. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the overturn of North Korea off the state sponsored terrorism list.

  • Friday November 17 - Full Show

  • Thursday November 16 - Full Show

    Al Franken admits to sexually harassing a woman in 2006.Clinton thinks a Special Counsel investigation into Uranium One is an abuse of power. John Cornyn introduces a bill to reform the background check system. A judge declares a mistrial in the Bob Menendez case. Dana explains the NCIC laws which were supposed to prohibit the Sutherland Springs shooter. Bob Menendez gets political after his trial became a hung jury. A woman accuses Sylvester Stallone of sexual harassment. Roy Moore trashes McConnell at a press conference, telling McConnell to step down. Dana’s dogs don’t like her window washers.

  • Wednesday November 15 - Full Show

    The Senate tax plan will repeal the individual mandate for Obamacare. The GOP pulls fundraising for Roy Moore’s campaign. Roy Moore’s lawyer is having a hard time defending him. California police made a horrific discovery in the investigation of the Northern California shooter. The discussion continues on how influential past administrations have influenced the Department of Justice. Dana can’t wait to see porgs in the new Star Wars. We go live to the President making remarks after returning from his trip to Asia.

  • Tuesday November 14 - Full Show

    Friends of Roy Moore describe his predatory behavior in Alabama. Jeff Sessions endures another Congressional hearing about Russian contacts. Many questions arise among the local support for Roy Moore. The Atlantic is making claims without due process. 3 children are dead after a shooting in a Northern California school. We take callers’ opinions on what to do about the Roy Moore scandal. Joe Biden thinks the Texas massacre hero shouldn’t have been possessing. The shooter in Northern California already had a felony. A man thinks he is trans-racial because he feels Filipino. Bob Menendez has still yet to be convicted.

  • Monday November 13 - Full Show

    Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore continues to deny any sexual allegations with teenage girls. Saturday Night Live mocks the out of touch Democratic leadership. Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm doesn’t understand the Roy Moore accusations. Mitch McConnell says Roy Moore should “step aside”. Dana shares how the left exploits situations that benefit them. The Army lifts ban on people with mental disorders including past addicts and self-mutilators from enlisting. Dana explains the treatment of some of the veterans. A second accuser comes forward against Roy Moore. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the President’s Asia trip. The Lord of the Rings is pursuing a TV series.

  • Friday November 10 - Full Show

    The Roy Moore allegations blow up in the press. Due process is under threat in some cases in the US. Dana explains the dirty politics in the press. More details emerge on the assault on Rand Paul. Sutherland Springs remains grieving on what to do next. Dana shares a story written about a family from Sutherland Springs. Russia says it will retaliate after RT was ‘forced’ to register as a foreign agent. Trump and Putin are meeting in Vietnam. Dana is still amazed you can order food off of your phone. Virginia Congressman Dave Brat joins us to discuss Veterans Affairs and tax reform. California asked a church to stop feeding the homeless because they’re contributing to the problem.

  • Thursday November 9 - Full Show

    Joe Biden regrets not running for President. Many Congressmen are ending their tenures. Alabama Judge Roy Moore is hit with sex allegations amid Senate run. Jeff Flake continues his anti-Trump tirade. Roy Moore’s campaign releases a statement denying the sexual allegations. Details of the Senate’s version of the tax plan are unveiled. Dana is picky about her cheese curds.

  • Wednesday November 8 - Full Show

    Republican Ed Gillespie loses the Governor’s race in Virginia and the media races to make hot takes. Jeff Flake introduces a bill that already exists in law. Virginia’s Governor-Elect Ralph Northam claims he defeated fear mongering. Sheep can recognize Obama’s face. Dana shares the heroic story of a survivor of the Sutherland Springs shooting. Diane Feinstein introduces an assault weapons ban into Congress. Dana breaks down Feinstein’s proposed legislation and possible results. We take callers opinions. Kentucky Congressman Tom Massie joins us to discuss the House GOP tax plan. USA Today thinks a chainsaw bayonet is a possible modification to a gun.

  • Tuesday November 7 - Full Show

    The heroic actions of Stephen Willeford come to light, who stopped the Sutherland Springs shooter. The Air Force failed to report the shooter’s domestic violence charge to the Pentagon, allowing him to purchase a gun. With newer details emerging about the shooter, Dana explains how the government failed to follow the law. The Left continues tries create gun laws that already exist. The NCIC employee who let this background check slip through will face harsh consequences. Former DNC Chair Donna Brazile dedicating her book to the late Seth Rich raises some questions. Former Independent Presidential candidate Evan McMullin trashes Virginia GOP Gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie. Dana ends her tenure at The Blaze.

  • Monday November 6 - Full Show

    Texas suffers its largest mass shooting in its state’s history as a gunman open fired in a church. Dana explains how it’s a mystery how the assassin obtained a firearm, and the current law he broke in the process of obtaining one. Dana shines light on the true heroes in this case. The shooter had a series of misdemeanors, mental health issues, and a dishonorable discharge from the Air Force. Rand Paul was assaulted in his front yard. Texas Governor Greg Abbott joins us to discuss the shooting in Sutherland Springs, TX. The media created a fake story about Trump in Japan feeding a koi pond. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss Trump’s current Asia trip.

  • Friday November 3 - Full Show

    Dana is not a fan of the House GOP’s tax plan. She shares of story when she met Alec Baldwin. Elizabeth Warren admits that the DNC was rigged for Hillary Clinton. The Democrat Party is doing is doing some serious soul-searching. Dana has a bone to pick with people who think nuance is dead and latch onto their party. Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl avoids prison time after he deserted his post in Afghanistan. We discuss our opinion the Top 5 most overrated movies. Bowe Bergdahl only gets a dishonorable discharge after allowing US soldiers to die in Afghanistan. A company is trying to sue a haunted house if you get too scared. Dana discusses the pros and cons of the recently released tax bill. DeShaun Watson tears his ACL and the Texans sign Matt McGloin instead of Colin Kaepernick.

  • Thursday November 2 - Full Show

    Former DNC Chair Donna Brazile wrote a piece how corrupt the DNC and Hillary Clinton is. Michelle Obama thinks we are raising boys to be entitled. Should the Manhattan terrorist be considered an enemy combatant? The House GOP unveils their tax plan, Dana breaks it down. We discuss our Top 5 favorite emojis. Kevin Spacey says he’s going through treatment. President Trump nominates Jerome Powell to head The Federal Reserve. Former US Attorney Andy McCarthy joins us to discuss the the New York terrorist attack and what to do with the terrorist.

  • Wednesday November 1 - Full Show

    A Uzbekistani terrorist kills 8 in Manhattan plowing through a bike trail, claims allegiance to ISIS. NBC jumped to cause friction on Twitter. The terrorist was on the FBI watch list and had came into the US on the Diversity Lottery, a Schumer-sponsored bill. We discuss the Top 5 worst trends. More updates on the NYC terrorist becomes available. Dana saw a very clever Halloween costume. Phil Robertson from Duck Dynasty joins us to discuss his new show In The Woods With Phil. Dana uses polls to figure out a lot of things.

  • Tuesday October 31 - Full Show

    Halloween episode: Dana wants you to participate in an “appropriation celebration”. Dana gives a history lesson on Halloween. The Las Vegas shooting has a peculiar update on the timeline. The Halifax Music Festival apologized after refusing to let people of color to the front of the crowd. Dana’s not convinced of any collusion without proof. We take callers on Halloween. We discuss our Top 5 worst Halloween costumes. Dana explains how tribalism works. The Obama campaign donated money to Fusion GPS in 2008. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss a North Korean nuclear test site collapses killing 200 people. An attack occurs in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York City.

  • Monday October 30 - Full Show

    Ex-Trump Campaign Chair Paul Manafort turned himself into the FBI and indicted on 12 charges. Former Trump Campaign aide, George Papadapolous, pled guilty to lying to the FBI about his Russian contacts. Tony Podesta randomly steps down from the Dem lobbying firm amid the indictments. We go live to the White House press briefing amid the indictments. Dana questions on why James Comey didn’t indict these people earlier. New York Times best-seller and election lawyer J. Christian Adams joins us to discuss Manafort’s indictments and the Podesta Group. If Manafort is to blame, then John Podesta is as well. Kevin Spacey responded to a sexual harassment claim by coming out of the closet. We discuss our Top 5 least favorite Halloween candy. House of Cards gets cancelled after Spacey’s alleged allegations, and Dana has a jingle for it.

  • Friday October 27 - Full Show

    Many top Dems deny knowing anything about funding Fusion GPS. Uranium One was used to persecute people and the media is ignoring it. The definition of collusion is getting muddy depending on what party you support. Feminists think women’s hygiene products are a basic human right. Some of the JFK files were released.The US experiences its fastest economic growth in decades. We discuss our Top 5 celebrity mullets. The IRS admits it attacked the Tea Party and other Conservative groups. Growing Pains star Kirk Cameron joins to discuss his film Revive Us 2. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate

  • Thursday October 27 - Full Show

    More info comes out about Clinton’s funding of Trump dossier. Dana explains why you should take this scandal seriously. We take a very interesting Progressive caller. We discuss our Top 5 drummers of all time. Corn pops are now racist. The Newtown shooter had an obscene fascination for children. George H.W. Bush was accused of sexual assault States are cracking down on fake service dogs. A Massachusetts school is not participating in Halloween because it’s not inclusive enough.

  • Wednesday October 25 - Full Show

    The investigation ensues on the Russian Dossier funded by the DNC and the Clinton campaign; The FBI paid a British spy to leak discredited info about fake Russian collusion. Was this Dossier used to give warrants to investigate Trump’s personal life? We discuss our Top 5 cover songs. CNN had reported about Clinton collusion back in January and no one reported it. Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert joins us to discuss the Russian Dossier scandal with the Clintons. This and much more!

  • Tuesday October 24 - Full Show

    Senator Bob Corker and Donald Trump are exchanging childlike remarks amid tax reform. Cosmopolitan published an article prohibiting White parents from allowing their kids to dress up as Moana from Halloween. Bill O’Reilly continues to damage his name. Arizona's Paul Gosar blames George Soros for Charlottesville violence. We discuss our Top 5 least favorite bands. Senator Flake will not seek reelection. We go live to his comments on the Senate floor. Phil Robertson from Duck Dynasty joins us to discuss his new show In The Woods with Phil.

  • Monday October 23 - Full Show

    Maxine Waters says she wants to “take Trump out tonight”. The DNC feels a wave coming in 2018. CNN released their new ad about apples.People have become tribalistic against Dana’s latest NRA ad. We go live to Trump’s remarks at the White House. Donors are hesitant to donate to the schism in the Democratic party. We reveal our Top 5 TV commercials. Dana orders the worst salad ever. The Democrats have the chance to set the table in 2018. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss why US bombers are continually flying test runs and the accusations of Niger being the new Benghazi.

  • Friday October 20 - Full Show

    Congresswoman Frederica Wilson continues to criticize John Kelly and the Gold Star family. The movie “Snowman” has terrible reviews. Veterans call in to discuss Wilson’s remarks and death of Gold Star veterans. Frederica Wilson thinks General Kelly is lying. We take calls on Open Line Friday. We discuss our Top 5 least favorite words. Secretary of Defense James Mattis explains why there are US soldiers in Niger. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate. Glave comments on Playboy’s newest transgender model.

  • Thursday October 19 - Full Show

    A Harvard professor laid out a plan in which Hillary would still become President. Playboy introduces its first transgender model, and Dana has a problem with it. Roger Goodell wants players to stand for the anthem, but can’t force them to. We reluctantly reveal our Top 5 guilty pleasure songs. We go live to a press briefing to White House Chief of Staff John Kelly who gives a powerful speech. Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan joins us to discuss the tax plan and health care. A study shows dogs know how to alter their facial expressions to affect human emotion. People think there is a Melania Trump doppelganger.

  • Wednesday October 18 - Full Show

    Al Franken and Jeff Sessions had a heated exchange in a Senate Judiciary Committee testimony. The Clinton Foundation used funds from a Russian uranium company during the Obama Administration. Newsweek still thinks that Hillary can become President during this term. One of Dana’s Internet trolls was linked to the Kremlin. Dana opposes Jeff Flake’s statement about the GOP. We discuss our Top 5 favorite band names. Lindsey Graham and Rand Paul are still arguing about the budget and Dana explains the fake anti-establishment identification within the GOP. Marie Harf credits Obama for the retaking of Raqqa. The TSA phases in new carry-on rules.

  • Tuesday October 17 - Full Show

    4 Green Berets were killed in an ambush in Niger. Jane Fonda isn’t proud of America anymore. Rand Paul and Lindsay Graham have beef on what to do with the budget, and Dana wants them to duke it out. The President explains the next step in repealing Obamacare. We go live to a press conference with President Trump and the Prime Minister of Greece. We discuss our Top 5 Halloween costumes. Harvey Weinstein’s brother is accused of sexual harassment. Hawaii blocks Trump’s travel ban hours before it goes into effect. A woman puts her children in the oven?

  • Monday October 16 - Full Show

    Dana recaps her experience at the Value Voters Summit in DC. Arby’s is unveiling venison sandwiches. People are threatening to remove the Alamo. Dana addresses the trend and attention that she got on her #MeToo story. Dana explains the difference in misogyny between Progressive and Conservative women. We discuss our Top 5 favorite things about Texas. Dana explains a few of Trump’s successes this week. She tries apple cider vinegar live on-air. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the de-certification if the Iran nuclear deal, and the situation in Iraq. Thomas The Tank Engine is becoming more politically correct.

  • Friday October 13 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana. Trump signed an executive order cutting Obamacare subsidies. We take callers on their thoughts on subsidy rescind. The President urges to say ‘Merry Christmas” again in October. We discuss how important the Harvey Weinstein story is in the grand scheme of things. Women call in to share their opinions.

  • Thursday October 12 - Full Show

    Trump said that the government should challenge the licenses of TV networks. Harvey Weinstein isn’t doing so well. Weinstein defended Roman Polanski back in 2009 after he raped a teenager. Diane Feinstein added more regulation to her bump stock bill. Paul Ryan may cancel the Christmas recess to get tax reform done. We debate our Top 5 guitarists. Trump touted his tax plan in Harrisburg. Dana already got her tickets for Star Wars. Erick Erickson joins us to talk about his book Before You Wake and his past year of health issues and politics. Dana’s son has his first football game tonight and she’s nervous.

  • Wednesday October 11 - Full Show

    Harvey Weinstein has fled to Europe since more women have come forward. Lindsay Lohan tries to defend him. Weinstein paid of a New Yorker reporter to not run the story on NBC. Dana explains other Hollywood instances where cases like this are common. Eminem trashed Trump in a freestyle rap at the BET Hip-hop Awards. We discuss our Top 5 heroic movie characters. It is illegal in California to use the wrong pronoun to describe someone. Justin Trudeau is raising his son to be a feminist. Record producer Skrill-Dilly joins us to discuss Las Vegas and the 2nd Amendment. We take a caller on Boy Scouts allowing girls in.

  • Tuesday October 10 - Full Show

    More women are coming out against Harvey Weinstein. The Las Vegas timeline has changed. Dana gives lesson on Feminism after women are hesitant to condone Harvey Weinstein. We brainstorm names for the Weinstein Company. Chilling audio of Harvey Weinstein talking to a woman is released. We discuss our Top 5 most interesting movie characters. An officer lost his life by a Texas Tech student and the Texas Democratic Party blamed responsible gun owners. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss current North Korean diplomacy on the day of a celebration of the DPRK. There’s a harsher penalty in California for misusing pronouns than knowingly donating HIV-ridden blood.

  • Monday October 9 - Full Show

    Dana gives a Spanish history lesson on Columbus Day. It is no longer a felony to knowingly transmit HIV in California. The Vegas shooter is more disgusting and repulsive than we thought. Saturday Night Live took a jab at gun control. Ivana and Melania Trump are beefing. We talk about our Top 5 things about Oktoberfest. Rick Santorum accuses video games for influencing violence. Hollywood waited until Harvey Weinstein was fired to oppose his sexual allegations. More people are coming forward again Weinstein. Mike Pence left the Colts game because players were kneeling.

  • Friday October 6 - Full Show

    Should we allow the Democrats to craft a gun law? More details about Stephen Paddock have yet to come out. Nancy Pelosi hopes the bump stock ban leads to a “slippery slope” of gun control. We have open line Friday. The ATF has made a mistake and the Democrats want to take an advantage of it. We discuss our Top 5 Western movies. We take more callers on bump stocks and the ATF’s response. Cody Wilson, founder of Defense Distributed joins us to talk about Congress’ latest legislation. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday October 5 - Full Show

    Congress has become drafting gun control legislation. The shooter had some sort of help in his operation. Senator Diane Feinstein introduces a bill banning bump stocks. Nancy Pelosi doesn’t think background checks exist, neither do many other people. Michael Moore wants to repeal the 2nd Amendment. Nancy Sinatra had some harsh words for the NRA. We discuss our Top 5 movie songs. Callers chime in on gun regulations. Hillary Clinton continues to get facts wrong about gun legislation, plus more healthy conversations on the topic. Christopher Scalia, son of Antonin Scalia joins us to discuss his book, Scalia Speaks. Trump is going to decertify the Iran nuclear deal. 

  • Wednesday October 4 - Full Show

    More info about Stephen Paddock becomes available. Jimmy Kimmel blamed millions of Americans for the shooting. Trump was criticized for the way he threw paper towels. The media tried to use the Las Vegas tragedy to run false headlines. The narratives continue while still not knowing which weapons were used in Las Vegas. We discuss our Top 5 superpowers. Stephen Paddock bought one of his guns in California which has universal background checks. It’s National Taco Day! A tropical storm is forming near Nicaragua. Keith Olbermann needs a history lesson.

  • Tuesday October 3 - Full Show

    Dana debunks circulating rumors regarding gun capabilities and firearm law enforcement. Plus, more important information about homicide rates, firearm capabilities and how fully automated weapons could have gotten obtained. More info about the shooter is released, but the facts still don’t add up. John Rich from Big & Rich joins us to discuss his terrifying experience that fatal night in Las Vegas.

  • Monday October 2 - Full Show

    The US experiences the largest mass shooting in its history. The investigation is still ongoing. Trump will be visiting Las Vegas Wednesday. Dana clarifies how difficult automatic weapons are to obtain. Another terrorist attack happened in Marseille last night. ISIS claimed responsibility for Las Vegas but the facts don’t add up. Hillary Clinton immediately began politicizing tragedy. Tom Petty was rushed to the hospital after cardiac arrest.

  • Friday September 29 - Full Show

    All of the Packers and Bears of stood for the National Anthem and locked arms. A elementary teacher in Cambridge rejects “Oh The Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Suess given by Melania because it’s racist. Tennessee Titan Delaney Walker told fans to go home. Russia created a social media account called “Blacktivist” to stir racial tensions during the 2016 Election. Alan Dershowitz is going to sue Berkeley if they don’t let him speak. The media is trying to make Puerto Rico Trump’s Katrina. We discuss our Top 5 Halloween movies. Secretary of Health & Human Services Tom Price is in hot water after using taxpayer money to fly private. New York City cabs are struggling and asking the government to help. A veteran Evan Hofer joins us about to talk about his coffee business Black Rifle. The new “Pause Pod” looks a lot like a tent.

  • Thursday September 28 - Full Show

    Dana’s Birthday Episode. Bernie Sanders hates Trump’s new tax plan. Steve Scalise returns to the House after the Congressional baseball shooting. Megyn Kelly ticked off Jane Fonda about her plastic surgery. The Green Bay Packers asked their fans to join them in unity for tonight’s game. Hitler’s underwear? We take callers on the NFL’s response. For Dana’s birthday, we talk about out Top 5 birthday wishes. Nancy Pelosi said the Puerto Rican “came to the US”. We break down Trump’s tax plan. Chuck Todd doesn’t know how the Constitution works. A librarian refused books brought by Melania Trump.

  • Wednesday September 27 - Full Show

    The GOP introduces tax reform. Roy Moore pulls the upset in Alabama Senate race. More aid is sent to Puerto Rico. A woman dressed up as a clown to kill her ex-husband. The original narrative from Colin Kaepernick has changed. We talk about our Top 5 people we would want to have lunch with. Dana has decided to watch a stream of a stream. Women can finally drive in Saudi Arabia. Dana hates surprises. We go live to the President unveiling the new tax code.

  • Tuesday September 26 - Full Show

    People are criticizing Trump for not caring about Puerto Rico enough. The narrative for kneeling has gotten out of control. The Steelers player who served in Afghanistan apologizes for standing for the anthem. Dana assumes on what the inside of a news corporation looks like. The Senate GOP won’t vote on Graham-Cassidy. Hillary be lying again. We cherish our Top 5 things about Autumn. Details about the recent tax plan have been released. HGTV’s Fixer Upper is ending. The Left has turned kneeling into a culture battle.

  • Monday September 25 - Full Show

    Dana breaks down what kneeling for the national anthem actually means in the case of the NFL. Anthony Weiner is sentenced to 21 months in prison. We discuss other instances where business’ free speech was infringed upon. Actor Jesse Williams says that the anthem is a recruitment tool for the military. We take callers about the topic. We discuss statistics on police brutality and find the narrative. We discuss our Top 5 cartoons. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss North Korea’s assumption of war and Germany’s election. A heroic man stopped a shooting at a church in Tennessee.

  • Friday September 22 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana. Kim Jong-Un calls Trump a “dotard”. We take callers on what the US should do next. John McCain votes no on the Graham-Cassidy bill, thus ending repealing Obamacare. Callers show their feelings on the lack of a repeal. Is single-payer worth it? Facebook is releasing the info of 3,000 ads sold to the Russians. Plus Day in Stupidity and much more!

  • Thursday September 21 - Full Show

    Jimmy Kimmel threatened to pound Brian Kilmeade because of his comments on the Graham-Cassidy bill. MCNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell wasn’t too happy there was noise in the background during his broadcast. The Hill doesn’t like that Betsy DeVos self-funds herself flying private. Trump has decided what to do with Iran. Samantha Power was unmasking American citizens daily during her time as a UN Ambassador. We argue our Top 5 unpopular opinions. The debate over health care has heated up and the Graham-Cassidy bill’s fate is upcoming. Amazon’s suggested searches led users to ingredients for a bomb. RNC Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel joins us to discuss the fate of Graham-Cassidy, Samantha Power, and more.

  • Wednesday September 20 - Full Show

    Trump addressed the United Nations General Assembly with a powerful speech where called Kim Jong-Un “Rocket Man” again. DREAMers interrupted a Nancy Pelosi speech and forced her off stage. People think the GIF of Trump hitting a golf ball at Hillary Clinton promotes violence. Dana’s recap of UN General Assembly. A classroom of students in California were tied up to reenact slavery. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss recent North Korean sanctions. Dana had an MRI. Melania Trump wore a pink top to the UN Luncheon and the media went crazy. A St. Louis pizza shop owner took cheap shots at cops. Newt Gingrich joins us to talk about wiretapping, Graham-Cassidy bill, and more.

  • Tuesday September 19 - Full Show

    Trump addressed the United Nations General Assembly with a powerful speech where called Kim Jong-Un “Rocket Man” again. DREAMers interrupted a Nancy Pelosi speech and forced her off stage. People think the GIF of Trump hitting a golf ball at Hillary Clinton promotes violence. A Georgia Tech student was fatally shot by police after telling them to shoot him. We reveal our Top 5 breakfast foods. A classroom of students in California were tied up to reenact slavery. The US government wiretapped Paul Manafort during the Trump campaign.  

  • Monday September 18 - Full Show

    The Emmys were extremely political and Sean Spicer made an appearance. The new budget will have some funding for exploratory transgender research. Kate McKinnon thanked Hillary Clinton in her Emmy acceptance speech. Dana makes really good biscuits. Bernie Sanders can’t answer how to pay for Medicare For All. More terrorist attacks are occurring in Europe with known-wolves. Protests continue in St. Louis after the Stockley verdict. We discuss our Top 5 superheroes. A woman was offended by a craft in Hobby Lobby. A company called themselves Bodega and it’s trying to remove corner stores. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss recent North Korean sanctions.

  • Friday September 15 - Full Show

    Another terrorist attack occurs in London’s Tube. North Korea launched another missile over Japan. A St. Louis police officer acquitted of his charges for the death of a Black civilian. A rapper that out an album out called “Wash yo ass” called out the NRA. Dana explains the Stockley verdict. A writer said that protesting must be violent. We talk about our Top 5 smartphone applications. The UK PM May thought Trump overreacted to the London terror attack. We take callers on the Jason Stockley verdict. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate. An organization thinks pumpkin spice lattes are funding White supremacy.

  • Thursday September 14 - Full Show

    Trump agrees with the Democrats to keep DREAMers in the US. Tom Morello thinks makes an outrageous claim about Paul Ryan. Harvard named Chelsea Manning a fellow. Dana thinks Obamacare is here to stay. Hillary Clinton does an interesting breathing technique to calm her down. Denny’s has a new mascot and it resembles something else. We reveal our Top 5 comedies. Has Trump caved in his promise for the wall? There is a bill to legalize fireworks in Ohio. Susan Rice unmasked Trump aides to learn about UAE meeting. Antifa protesters are showing up at Berkeley Ben Shapiro is speaking.

  • Wednesday September 13 - Full Show

    Dana is fed up with identity politics that Hillary Clinton expresses in her book. Clinton tries to point fingers rather than take fault for her loss in the election. Bernie Sanders introduces his single-payer health care bill, and Dems are lining up behind it. A woman is suing Starbucks because hot tea burnt her dog. We discuss our Top 5 pet peeves. An ESPN personality when on a Twitter rant bashing the President. People are trying to ban the Dodge Demon. Trump will sign a resolution condemning hate groups. A student was shot at a high school in Washington.

  • Tuesday September 12 - Full Show

    As recovery efforts continue, Trump is embarking a US tour for tax reform. Someone on Ted Cruz’s staff liked a porn video on Twitter by accident. The Wall Street Journal writers are upset they have to be fair when writing articles about the President. Airlines are introducing scents into the planes. All of the 2020 Democrats for president are backing Bernie’s single-payer health care system. A Japanese press conference lost the disease-filled blood-sucking tick it was warning people about. Hillary is doing a book tour about her new book. We reveal our Top 5 comedians. Apple introduces the iPhone X.

  • Monday September 11 - Full Show

    Dana reflects on this anniversary of 9/11. The aftermath of Hurricane Irma is devastating. Tony Marino from WDBO Orlando joins us throughout the show to discuss the status of Florida after Hurricane Irma. Dana shares where we are 16 years later after the attacks. We learn where listeners were on the morning of 9/11. Stephen Yates joins us to share his 9/11 story working in the White House.

  • Friday September 8 - Full Show

    Miami will get the worst of Hurricane Irma and evacuations are underway. Jennifer Lawrence suggests that Harvey and Irma were prompted by Trump becoming president. We get some weird calls for Open Line Friday. The House passes a Harvey relief bill attached to raise the debt ceiling. We have trouble trying to pronounce a river in Maine. Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan joins us to discuss the House Harvey relief/debt ceiling bill, GOP leadership, and tax reform. We reveal our top 5 beers. Joe Biden’s daughter thinks her dad is running president in 2020. Star Trek is coming out with a new season. Tony Marino from WDBO on Orlando joins us to discuss Hurricane Irma. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday September 7 - Full Show

    Irma barrels towards the US, more evacuations posted in Florida. Kane is eating weird food in the studio. The US Virgin Islands Governor signed an executive order to seize arms from its citizens. Ivanka Trump entered a meeting to influence a deal. Trump wants Congress to get a deal done on DACA. The flood waters from Harvey cause Houston to literally sink. We reveal our top 5 cars. A Florida woman drove off the road while she was Facebook live. The Senate approves to raise the debt ceiling with 17 Republicans opposing. Briggite Gabriel from Act For America joins us to discuss her Day of Action.

  • Wednesday September 6 - Full Show

    Dana updates on Hurricane Irma. John Legend put up a want ad for actors to play Trump supporters. Is the DACA problem just a political football? USA Today investigated the names of people who belonged to Trump’s golf clubs. Dana explains more on the rescinding process of DACA. Dana explains ways the bias in media as it happens and how the 1st Amendment operates. Toys’R’Us is claiming bankruptcy. Dana reiterates how serious Hurricane Irma is to the Florida listeners. A flight out of Florida is over 6000 dollars for an economy seat. Laura Loomer from The Rebel TV joins us to talk persecution of innocent individuals. We reveal our Top 5 Sci-Fi TV shows.

  • Tuesday September 5 - Full Show

    Jeff Sessions announces DACA has been rescinded. Dana dives into the implications. Paul Ryan changed his opinion on DACA and Congress will have to act accordingly. Brian Stelter is still hung up on an NRA video put up in April. Insane Clown Posse says “The Juggalo March” is happening on Washington for free speech. Steve Mnuchin wants to tie Harvey aid into the debt ceiling. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the growing North Korean threat. A Florida man fought a fox with an iPhone. Dana explains the one reason why she appreciates Taylor Swift. We reveal our top 5 1980’s songs. Canadian hunter Eva Shockey joins us to talk about her new book and her show on Outdoor Channel.

  • Friday September 1 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana. Paul Ryan does not believe that Trump should repeal DACA. Nate discusses his thoughts on DACA and illegal immigration. We take callers’ thoughts on DACA. A Florida man would cut off his wife's arm if she didn't sleep with him. Nate thanks everyone who has helped out the Harvey recovery efforts so far. We pose a question if one would steal or loot if he or she were desperate. That and more!

  • Thursday August 31 - Full Show

    Dana praises the heroic actions by Texans for coming together to save each other. We go live to Mike Pence speaking in Rockport, Texas. Dana clarifies about how she appreciates the Federal government. Houston bakers kept baking because they had nothing to do and donated it. Lena Dunham donated to only LGBT victims of Harvey. CNN claims that there was no pork in the Sandy relief bill. We discuss our top 5 destinations. A Florida man is pooping behind businesses. We go live to a press conference with Homeland Security Director Tom Bossert. Missouri Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson joins us to talk Representative Maria Chappelle-Nadal’s comments on assassinating the President.

  • Wednesday August 30 - Full Show

    More flooding in Texas as Harvey makes landfall in Louisiana. Linda Sarsour is soliciting donations for Harvey relief to a PAC. Politico put out an offensive political cartoon about rescuing people. Dana isn’t pleased on how the media covered Trump’s trip to Texas. Congressman Brian Babin is stuck in his house. The President visits Missouri where he will unveil his tax plan. We reveal our top 5 TV shows. We join Trump speaking live in Missouri. Michael Eric Dyson called Al Sharpton the “moral leader of our nation”. California may jail people who refuse to use a transgender pronoun.

  • Tuesday August 29 - Full Show

    We go live to a press conference with President Trump, Governor Abbott and Brock Long. Fatalities are rising and Dana urges to stay safe in Houston. People are mad that Melania was wearing heels before she flew to Texas. Dana gives another update on the status of dams and rivers in Texas, plus the surge in market prices. Joel Osteen received a ton of criticism for not opening his doors on his megachurch. We discuss our top 5 dog breeds. A Florida man stuffed $1000 in his butt. Dana shares a heroic story of teenagers rescuing people in Texas, and how you can help People on the Left have played party politics to make a point on Hurricane Harvey.

  • Monday August 28 - Full Show

    Dana sums up the impact of Hurricane Harvey on Texas. More antifa violence occurs over the weekend in Berkeley. Trump is visiting Texas Tuesday. Dana discusses what the next step is for Texas. Dana wins the Mayweather vs McGregor bet. Dana shares the story of Harvey the hawk. We touch on the pardoning of Joe Arpaio. Fire ants can survive flooding, especially in Texas. We reveal our top 5 horror movies. We go live to a press conference with Senator Cornyn from Texas and FEMA Director Brock long. Dana addresses a false narrative about funding for Hurricane Harvey.

  • Friday August 25 - Full Show

    Nate Shelman fills in for Dana. USC wants to rename the Trojan horse because its name is the same as Robert E. Lee’s horse. We take calls on the offensive content around the country. The Cleveland Browns participate in the largest anthem protest yet. Cleveland sports reporter Bob Frantz joins to discuss the Browns decision. Nate explains why he stands for the flag, and we ask listeners. Florida man spent a ton of money on his dog’s bedroom. Trump threatens to shutdown the government for the wall, and Nate is skeptical. We take callers on whether a government shutdown is worth the wall.

  • Thursday August 24 - Full Show

    Polls show Trump is losing support, but still not from his base. The 700 Million dollar Powerball winner comes forward. Maxine Waters acts tough at the BET Awards. A Manhattan Co-District Attorney threatens reciprocity leads to ISIS. Missouri protesters beat on someone’s car with a flagpole. Missouri is building the fastest spinning roller coaster in the world. We go to the phones for Open Line Thursday! We reveal our top 5 candies. The 9th circuit court is banning praying on a football field. Amy Schumer wanted more money for a Netflix special. A Sacramento school had a transgender discussion in kindergarten. 50 Million dollars of taxpayer money aided Afghan drug cartels in booze and guns. Plus, our predictions for the Mayweather-McGregor fight.

  • Wednesday August 23 - Full Show

    Lawrence O’Donnell cut in during Trump’s rally to prove a point. ESPN removed an Asian announcer from a game because his name is Robert Lee. We take callers on the Robert Lee situation. Hillary Clinton narrated her own audio book called “What Happened”. We go live to the President speaking at the Reno American Legion. UFC Hall of Famer Royce Gracie joins us to talk NRA Carry-Guard and predicts Mayweather/McGregor outcome. Dana pokes more fun at the ESPN Robert Lee situation. Plus, we reveal our Top 5 fast-food places.

  • Tuesday August 22 - Full Show

    Dana was impressed with the President’s speech on Afghanistan. Breitbart is selling Steve Bannon fidget spinners and Dana is still laughing. The Daily Caller wrote an article about Barron Trump’s outfit. More discussion on the Mayweather/McGregor fight. Recap on President Trump’s speech on Afghanistan. We discuss our Top 5 songs of all time. A Florida man brought a fish back to life. Marcellus Williams is convicted of the death penalty but will not die because of new evidence. Jim Carafano from the Heritage Foundation joins us to talk about Trump’s Afghanistan decision.

  • Monday August 21 - Full Show

    Dana introduces the Eclipse Episode and how much she cares about it. Live coverage in front of Dana’s house with Glave to see if she goes blind. Dana calls in to see if she can see anything from her front yard. Two snack cake companies have beef on Twitter. A Democratic strategist said the most terrorism right now is “Right-wing terrorism”. Dana touches more on free speech and why it matters. The left thinks the Boston free speech rally is a hate speech rally. We discuss our top 5 cereals. Steve Bannon made an evil comment about Ivanka Trump.

  • Friday August 18 - Full Show

    Its Friday and Dana is ecstatic with the decision of Trump to fire Steve Bannon today which show’s how adaptable he is as President plus it’s a great move on his part. Bannon will go after everyone he doesn't like or anyone who crossed him in the WH and will be going to be on his website. Also Kimberly Guilfoyle says in order to have a free safe society you have to be willing to  give up some freedoms also the  ACLU will not defend any group protesting with fire arms. Plus we have Danas TOP 5, today we discus your top 5 actors

    You wont believe the Florist that says she wants No Neo-Nazi Customers. Members in government calling for the resignation of Missouri Senator Maria Chappelle Nadol for a post suggesting the  assassination of the president.

    BARCELONA TERROR ATTACK UPDATE. Also this morning operation Choke Point is being shut down by the DoJ plus our Mailbag of Hate.

  • Thursday August 17 - Full Show

    Breaking News Barcelona Terror Attack. Reports of 1 dead and 32 injured.

    State Senator from Missouri calls for the Assassination of the President of the United States on a facebook post. MSNBC asks should the far right be met with force plus Dana discovered a new Zebra protein bar...will is be good? White Nationalist Behind Charlottesville Protest Posts with Tearful Video Worrying for His Safety. Plus our society is more interested in letting everyone know they're offended instead of listening to the dialog. Following and updating the latest on the Barcelona Terror attack plus Steve Bannon says he gave an interview and now recants that he didnt know his conversation was off the record. Top 5 today your favorite snack cakes. Dana discusses how ANTIFA has a violent record. Trump tweets about pershing and some are asking for him to apologize. Wolf Blitzer ask if the attack in Barcelona is it a copycat to Charlottesville plus listener JEFF CLINGERMAN is upset at Dana and the TOP 5.

  • Wednesday August 16 - Full Show

    Today Dana is furious that she has to correct the media on using the landing on Normandy as part of the Alt Right and it's gross and disgusting how some in the media are using that to stir social media. Also why is everyone freaking out about confederate names on schools. Where does it stop, can we all talk without getting out of control about our history.  Also today is the observance of the death of Elvis Presley.Plus some news outlets declare Trump a Nazi sympathizer. Student got attacked by ANTIFA at a Charlottesville vigil for having a YOUNG AMERICA hat. HBO leaked a new episode of GOT.Caller says how can both sides in Charlottesville be compared as the same thats not correct Dana explains the similarities. And incredible but true a Tiki torch company felt the need to tweet a statement saying they cannot control how people use their product but they in no shape or form are associated with the events occurred in Charlottesville. Bonus story of Dana's dog goes to war with a possum and we close out with Dana’s TOP 5 for today which is about YOUR BEST TOP 5 Bands

  • Tuesday August 15 - Full Show

    On today's show we hear from the Black Lives Matter Black Founder She Claims Hate Speech Isn't Protected by First Amendment. Plus Dana discusses about what was the point of the Durham's Confederate Statue being knocked Down. Also Dana is wondering why are Schools not gonna let students go out to look at the eclipse. An Optometrist clears up why you should not look directly into the eclipse and the N.A.S.A. special UV Glasses. We here from Newt Gingrich -The Anti Trump Left Will Never Be Satisfied as Long as He Is President. Mayor of Charlottesville doesn't want to address he gave order to stand down and not make arrest rather say Trump is at fault. Krauthammer - Trumps Fire and Fury There Is a Place for that Kind of Massive Overkill Threat. In Iceland CBS reports that down syndrome is almost non-existent due to a cure but its actually due to abortions and Dr Glenn talks about the percentage in error on the down syndrome test in Iceland. Today's Dana’s TOP 5 is about cookies

  • Monday August 14 - Full Show

    Statement of President Trump denouncing the KKK, white supremacist and how the Alt Right is wrong. Police officer denied to attend his medical appointment due to he was carrying his gun even though he was in complete uniform. Dana explains what is the Alt Right. It is not a conservative movement. ANTIFA, Black Lives Matters all are equal to Alt Right in violence beliefs. 2 years ago Dana crashed a KKK rally and explains how ridiculous the event was.

    Guest: Dinesh D'Souza Author N.Y. Times Bestseller “The Big Lie”

    Guest: Steven Yates - On why does North Korea feel so empowered?   

    Dana also talks about Singer LORDE tweet saying white people are to blame for everything also discussing all shades of pigment for all races. Internet Trolls blame Dodge of being racist because they haven't tweeted a statement on regards of the man who slammed a Dodge Charger into the crowd on counter protesters in Charlottesville.

  • Friday August 11 - Full Show

    Congresswoman Kathleen Rice said that Dana and the NR is a threat to the country.

    Dana also recaps on the the word Fisk since the NY Times lied about her article. Dana fact checks the media as she is considered a domestic threat. Dana tweets about the wild pack of coyotes in her area killed neighbor dog. Kids in college running for government positions. Caller comments on how Facebook banned him for supporting Trump during the elections. Trump comments that ‘Fire and Fury’ wasn’t tough enough. Media Matters gets CNN Jeffrey Lord fired. Guest on today's show YouTube stars, Diamond & Silk join us on Facebook live feed and we end the week with the Mail bag of hate.

  • Thursday August 10 - Full Show

    Obama administration apparently knew that North Korea had the ability to make a miniaturized nuclear weapon. The Washington Examiner wrote a story about Dana and never reached out to her for comment. Unrelated parties are chiming in on Trump’s comments on North Korea. Disney is facing a lawsuit for spying on children. In 10 years, everyone will be chipped. We do more “Progressive Talk” on what “deported” means. We go live to the State Department press briefing. Dana recaps the Trump press conference. Dana discusses Wendy Sherman and her Iranian Nuclear Policy.

  • Wednesday August 9 - Full Show

    North Korea threatens to strike Guam. Dana goes into history to find the root of this problem. More about the history of the growth of a nuclear North Korea. Dana takes a caller about a preemptive strike. CNN described the story about the Google employee getting fired completely wrong. A terrorist attack occurred at a Paris army base. Dana remembers Glen Campbell. We go live to the State Department press conference about North Korea. The State Department is “speaking with one voice” with North Korea, but the media doesn’t think so. We have more Progressive Talk to explain the RAISE Act. There’s a protest at the White House with a giant inflatable chicken with Trump hair. Twin Peaks star Ashley Judd freaks out when someone calls her “sweetheart”.

  • Tuesday August 8 - Full Show

    After Trump’s first 200 days, many polls reveal approval ratings because Congress hasn’t gotten anything done. North Korea has a warhead that could fit inside a missile. An Australian cafe charges men an 18% tax because of the pay gap. Google fired an employee because he pointed out the company’s bias. Dana outlines the cultural Fascist movement going on right now. A baker refused to make a pro-Trump birthday cake and Dana has a metal song about it. Bill de Blasio likes to take naps. We have another episode of “Progressive Talk” where we explain North Korea. The press has interesting headlines for a Google firing. A Florida man breaks into a house for sesame seeds. Media Matters says they need to attack anything that “normalizes” Trump. Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld joins us to talk the firing of Google employee.

  • Monday August 7 - Full Show

    Obama AG Loretta Lynch used an alias to share classified information with the press. The New York Times editorial staff changed Dana’s words in an NRA ad to make it sound inappropriate. The New York Times has a history of false reporting. Dana and a caller have a productive discussion on media bias. Dana shares a piece about the New York Times before and after the 2016 election. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss sanctions on North Korea and the recent threat of leaks. We check in on Florida man and also East Texas man. Dana reiterates what her NRA ad actually says vs what the media is saying.There’s a website that rates movies on their “wokeness”. Dana introduces a new segment called “Progressive Talk” where she dumbs things down so Progressives understand. A veteran in Syracuse was rendered of his firearms.

  • Friday August 4 - Full Show

    A leak came out about Robert Mueller assembling a grand jury to investigate Russian collusion. The governor of West Virginia switched parties last night. The Democrats are going through a severe identity crisis, and Bernie Sanders is the current leader. Dana pulled a muscle in her back. Robert Mueller grand jury needs to be careful when investigating Russia. The left thinks investigating Debbi Wasserman-Schultz’ IT staffers is racist because they’re Pakistani. Sheriff Bill E. Waybourn from Texas joins us to talk ICE agreement with other counties. Dana discusses blue-collar Democrats and looking for an answer. Missouri has a new Right to Work law. The Women's March attacked an op/ed piece. Dana dives into the Mailbag of Hate

  • Thursday August 3 - Full Show

    A feud arises between Trump aide Stephen Miller and Jim Acosta in the White House press briefing room over the RAISE Act. Apparently the Statue of Liberty is “white supremacist". Jim Acosta is still upset over RAISE Act. Dana explains the qualifications for entering Ellis Island at the turn of the century. Former Obama administrators use classified info to undermine the Trump campaign. Someone leaked Trump’s conversations with Australia and Mexico. David French from the National Review joins us to talk Sessions’ new affirmative action case.and the RAISE Act. H.R. McMaster renewed Susan Rice’s access to classified info. Woman sentenced to 2.5 years for involuntary manslaughter for texting her boyfriend to commit suicide. Alabama Congressman Bradley Byrne joins us to talk failed healthcare repeal, Debbi Wasserman-Schultz IT staffer scandal, and the RAISE Act. SMU is removing its 9/11 memorial.

  • Wednesday August 2 - Full Show

    Trump unveils merit-based legislation limiting legal immigration. Writer thinks people who aren’t from New York don’t put butter on rolls. Rex Tillerson’s statement on North Korea contradict the President. Republican Jeff Flake wrote a book talking about retreating from Trump. Dana thinks the White House needs to improve their communication strategy and explains why Trump’s approval rating is low. Feminists were mad over Dunkirk. Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs joins us to talk failure of Obamacare repeal and Trump’s new immigration policy. A fist fight erupted in an Orlando mall over free lipstick. More on Debbi Wasserman-Schultz’ DNC IT scandal. Black Lives Matter has a high unfavorable poll. Linda Sarsour wants to help rewrite the 2020 census. Florida Congressman Ron DeSantis joins us to discuss his call for Debbi Wasserman Schultz to testify on her IT employees fleeing to Pakistan and healthcare debate. The NAACP issued a travel advisory due to racism.

  • Tuesday August 1 - Full Show

    Trump dictated Donald Jr’s misleading claims on Russian meeting. A prankster emailed Anthony Scaramucci trying to threaten him. An Oregon family’s children were taken by the State because it doesn’t believe the family is smart enough. The Democrats are trying to rebrand with no leader and using identity politics to solidify their voters. Kane has been binge watching Game of Thrones to catch up to Dana. A Florida man tries to bomb a McDonald's bathroom. The story about the death of DNC staffer Seth Rich has peculiar holes in it. An op/ed piece claims that Trump’s use of “paddywagon” offends the writer of the piece. J.K. Rowling claimed that Trump ignored a boy in a wheelchair by watching an edited video.

  • Monday July 31 - Full Show

    The President urges Congress to keep working on healthcare when there’s no end in sight. Putin kicks out 755 US ambassadors in Russia. Dana has to use royalty-free music on her podcasts. Joy Reid thinks “paddywagon” is offensive to Irish people. Sean Spicer is looking at Dancing With The Stars. Chris Christie argues with another fan at a baseball game. Democrats are willing to fund candidates that oppose abortion rights. The media thinks Trump is encouraging police brutality. Panda Express gets rid of bourbon chicken and Dana is not pleased. Stephen Yates joins us to discuss China and North Korea enabling military power. A Florida woman brought her child to a robbery. Anthony Scaramucci resigns from White House Communications Director after 10 days. RNC Chair Ronna Romney McDaniel joins us to talk the resignation of Anthony Scaramucci and Debbi Wasserman Schultz’s IT directors fleeing to Pakistan.

  • Friday July 28 - Full Show

    The “skinny repeal” of Obamacare failed in the Senate. North Korea fires a ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan. A terrorist stabbed people in Hamburg. Anthony Scaramucci uses vulgar language about Steve Bannon in an interview with The New Yorker. We join a live Trump speech on gang violence in Long Island. North Carolina Congressman Richard Hudson joins us to talk failed repeal of Obamacare. Media Matters misquotes Dana. Democrat Chris Murphy tweeted something about big government that doesn’t makes sense. Starbucks is closing down its Teavana subsidy. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate, and a New York Times article said that White women walk “racist”.

  • Thursday July 27 - Full Show

    The GOP doesn’t have the votes to repeal Obamacare after 7 years. The Senate tries a “skinny repeal”. Hillary’s new book is entitled “What Happened”. Pakistani felons have been dealing with the DNC IT for a years. Dana likes Nine Inch Nails but doesn’t necessarily agree with them. Rex Tillerson says he's not going anywhere. New York City wants people to get licenses to walk other people’s dogs. CNN publishes article quoting “Islamaphobia” wrong, written by a Muslin. Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan joins us to talk “skinny repeal”, and free speech cases on college campuses. Trump won’t address Sessions directly regarding the recusal. Trump awards the first responders of the Congressional baseball shooting. Iraqi vet and UFC Middleweight fighter Tim Kennedy joins us to talk military transgender ban.

  • Wednesday July 26 - Full Show

    Trump tweets the announcement of no transgenders in the US Military. Caller tells a peculiar transgender Federal worker situation. A Marine vet shares a thread on his mental experience in Iraq. Trump is trying to push Sessions out. But why? We go to a live White House press briefing amid the transgender ruling. Critics and supporters of transgenders in the military speak out about their opinions. Trump speaks live at the Rose Garden to American Legion boys and girls. Iraq veteran JR Salzman joins us to talk the new transgender rule. Debbi Wasserman-Schultz had 3 IT people who had connections in the Middle East who are now fleeing the country.

  • Tuesday July 25 - Full Show

    Mixed messages in Washington on what to do with Jeff Sessions. John McCain is flying back to the Senate after brain surgery to vote on proceeding to debate health care. The Left thinks the Boy Scouts should lose their tax exempt status for cheering on Trump. A Kansas woman tried to kill a bug by lighting it on fire. Missouri Republican for Senate Austin Peterson joins us to talk Senate run. Florida man gets naked when he gets happy. Senate votes to proceed on health care with McCain’s return, and we go to a live Trump press conference.

  • Monday July 24 - Full Show

    Charlie Gard’s parents are giving up their legal fight to help their son. Effects of socialized healthcare reflect single-payer. The “slut walk” is only for “anti-Semitic sluts”. Anthony Scaramucci has some questionable tweets that he has deleted. Someone sets up a live stream of Sean Spicer’s home. A man builds stairs at his house for $500 and Toronto told community to take them down because they could do it better. Jared Kushner makes statement about Russian collusion. Dana reviews episode 2 of Game of Thrones and how it compares to modern day. Dana still isn’t pleased with Jeff Sessions. Michael Phelps raced a virtual shark. Japan comes up with “hamburger straws” Snooty the manatee gets a birthday party then dies. Dana can’t deal with Dr. Pepper. Tropical Storm Don and Hurricane Hilary are both occurring at the same time. This and much more!

  • Friday July 21 - Full Show

    Sean Spicer out as White House Press Secretary, Anthony Scaramucci gets hired as Communications Director and Steve Bannon is not happy. Dana tries to speak Swedish. New Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci does not support gun rights. Deray McKesson got paid $165,000 to be a Human Capital Officer of Baltimore Public Schools to fire people. We listen to the live press conference audio with Anthony Scaramucci. Debbi Wasserman-Schultz hired questionable people to handle IT in the DNC and paid them six figures. Progressives in New York would rather the government pay for transgender surgeries than military equipment. Dana dives into the Mailbag of Hate. That and much more!

  • Thursday July 20 - Full Show

    A New York Times interview with Trump released that Trump wouldn’t have chosen Sessions as AG. Sessions still wants the job. OJ Simpson has his parole hearing. The media complains about the money being spent to protect Trump Tower. Nancy Pelosi is not happy with the 10-year budget. Tim Gill wants to target Christians to “punish the wicked”. Dana’s obsessed with a Joe Esposito song. Chick-fil-a introduces new family style entrees and Dana wants to eat the whole thing. Glave’s patent isn’t getting approved. Florida man shoots tires of utility vehicle. The Juice is loose! OJ gets parole granted. Singer of Linkin Park commits suicide. Chris Christie catches a foul ball and gets booed. Plus, Oklahoma Congressman Steve Russell joins us to talk healthcare, budget & more.

  • Wednesday July 19 - Full Show

    Healthcare has become a game of pointing fingers. Congress is on pace to be the least productive Congress since Millard Fillmore. New Civil Asset Forfeiture rule is bad news. Apple releases emoji with a woman with hijab. Trump & Putin apparently met for a 2nd time privately at G20 even though they sat 7 seats apart, OJ Simpson faces parole because he was touching himself. Linda Sarsour called Jake Tapper “alt-right” because he condemned her. The Dyke March isn’t allowing "all lesbians" Why the “Cruz amendment’ got left out of healthcare, and Minneapolis police officer fatally shoots woman because he hears loud noises. That and much more!