Breitbart News Daily: Populism Takes Over; Crisis in Colleges

November 11, 2015

By Staff at Breitbart 

On the Thursday, November 12, Breitbart News Daily show on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 6AM to 9AM EST, host and Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon will interview a number of guests, including Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder on the University of Missouri uproar that forced President Tim Wolfe to resign.

Parents Television Council President Tim Winter will discuss sexualized shows on regular cable that expose children to disturbing imagery, and why the FX Network needs to be kicked off the basic cable tier. Dan Gainor, Vice President of Business and Culture at the Media Research Center, will take a similar track and describe liberal Hollywood’s agenda, and how concerned parents subsidize cable with adult programming. 

Bannon will interview Tony Nash, Chief Economist at Complete Intelligence and expert on Asian trade. Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow will come on the show to discuss populist concerns fueling the rise of outsider candidates, especially trade and immigration. 

Breitbart Tech Editor Milo Yiannopoulos will appear with Ari Cohn, Senior Program Officer for Legal and Public Advocacy of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) to discuss the uproar taking place on college campuses over free speech and alleged incidents of racism.

Bannon will also interview investigative reporter Lee Stranahan about the radical, leftist roots of the social justice movements tearing through Yale and University of Missouri.

The program is the first live, conservative radio enterprise to air seven days a week. Sirius XM Vice President for news and talk, Dave Gorab, called the show “the conservative news show of record.”


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