A racist white guy targets black people in a mass shooting in Florida. But it’s apparent there were warning signs that went ignored prior to the attack. Listen Here:

Is it time to have a national conversation about leftwing mass shooters? Listen Here:

If Jeff Bezos buys the Washington Commanders, he should rename the team (again). In California over the weekend, media and police put out a description of an alleged gunman that provided no value. Telling people to look out for a man is not going to help catch the maniac. Listen Here:

More classified documents have been discovered at President Biden’s Delaware home. NBC reports:   Six additional items, including documents with classified markings, were found in President Joe Biden’s Delaware home after Justice Department officials searched the residence Friday, the president’s personal attorney said Saturday.  The search was prompted by the White House, not the Justice Department, […]

In this hour, more on the upcoming January 6th hearings. Also, will the term “mass shooting” become overused because of recent events?

Media promotes Democrats’ long-sought gun control measures, but rarely examines its own role in the social contagion of mass shootings.

In this hour, Vince talks about the shootings that took place this weekend in Buffalo and California. Plus, more comments on abortion from governor of Nebraska, Pete Ricketts.


Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers said in statement that he and his wife were "devastated" to receive news about the shooting. "Our hearts, thoughts, and support go out to the Oneida Nation, the Ashwaubenon and Green Bay communities, and all those affected by this tragedy," he said.


Deputy Chief Craig McCartt gave an update early Friday morning, saying the shooter had no intended target before he opened fire in the company's parking lot. He then entered the building and continued firing at people randomly. McCartt also added that the gunman killed himself shortly after police responded.


"It is with much sadness that we announce that late this afternoon our beloved co-worker, Robert Shook, succumbed to his injuries and passed from this earthly world. We are all heartbroken and our attention must turn to comforting each other and Robert’s family," reads the announcement from the company's owners, Joel and Steven Long.