- Paul is joined by his brother, David Edwards, father of fallen hero Matthew Edwards and Founder of the Call for Backup Suicide Awareness and Prevention Program for First Responders to discuss the unique pressures faced by law enforcement officers.
- Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard joins Paul to remember the more than 800 law enforcement officers and firefighters who have died in the line of duty in Michigan. They are memorialized at the Michigan Fallen Heroes Memorial in Oakland County.
- The only surviving first-generation video recordings of the Apollo 11 moonwalk were bought at auction in 1976 by a NASA intern for $217.77. Sotheby’s will auction them on July 20th. It is estimated they will fetch more than $1 Million Dollars. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/15/arts/moon-landing-tapes-auction.html
- History Channel: Moon Landing: The Lost Tapes
- Caving to pressure from LGBTQ activists, Amazon ban books which help people with unwanted same-sex attraction. Family Research Council’s Peter Sprigg, who has written extensive research on homosexuality and same-sex attraction, joined Paul to discuss.
Dr. Hunter Baker, Associate Professor of Political Science at Union University in Jackson, TN joins Paul to analyze the 2019 Democratic Presidential Candidate field.
Dr. Samuel Gregg, Research Director at the Acton Institute joined Paul on Friday, June 28th for an extensive conversation around his just released Reason, Faith, and the Struggle for Western Civilization.
The complete audio is at the link below.