Sebastian Gorka, former Deputy Assistant to the president, joins the show to give his take on the current immigration crisis; then, rabble-rouser John Zmirak offers a wild solution to the border problem.
Retired Marine Scott A. Huesing explores his 24 years of service in his book, “Echo in Ramadi: The Firsthand Story of US Marines in Iraq's Deadliest City.”
John Stonestreet, host at BreakPoint, joins Eric to discuss his outrageous encounter with the TSA and the book by Chuck Colson, "Loving God."
Eric gets the lowdown on the music and ministry of Pastor Vito Aiuto and his wife Monique, who make up a unique songwriting and performing team known as The Welcome Wagon (Encore Presentation).
The plight of persecuted Christians in Sub-Saharan Africa is discussed when David Curry shares heartbreaking stories from Open Doors ministry.
Eric and actor April Hernandez continue their dive into the questions of race relations in America.
Kim Phuc, subject of the famed “Napalm Girl” photograph, continues telling her miraculous story of forgiveness and healing.
Actor and motivational speaker April Hernandez sits down with Eric in the studio to have a frank discussion about race in America.
For Miracle Monday, Eric welcomes Kim Phuc, the little girl scarred by napalm, seen in the Pulitzer prize-winning photo taken during the finals days of the Vietnam War.
From the heart of our nation’s capital, Federalist columnist Mollie Hemingway sits down with Eric to talk about the IG’s intriguing report.
In part two of his in-studio interview with Eric, Dr. Leonard Sax examines the destruction of boyhood, sharing insights from his book, “Boys Adrift.”
Former Congresswomen Linda Smith discusses human trafficking and the upcoming JuST Faith Summit; then, Tyler O’Neil of PJ Media clarifies issues involving free speech.