Rising: May 31, 2022 Full Show

Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave discuss legislation that could put a national freeze on handgun purchases in Canada, and President Joe Biden’s visit to Uvalde, Texas.

Robby Soave is incredulous at the shortcomings in Uvalde police officers’ response to last week’s school shooting.

Kim Iversen breaks down the data behind commonly proposed gun control measures, and reacts to Joe Rogan’s latest take on gun reform.

Executive director at Guns Down America, Igor Volsky, and senior editor of The Dispatch, David French debate proposed avenues of gun control reform, and the White House’s decision not to disrupt reform negotiations in the Senate.

Policy director at the Conservative Partnership Institute, Rachel Bovard, defends Texas’ laws protecting free speech on social media.

Author and organizer Astra Taylor criticizes President Biden’s alleged plan to cancel $10,000 of student debt per borrower.

DUI defense attorney Ryan Tait answers the hosts’ questions about DUIs in light of the arrest of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, this weekend.

Kim Iversen and Briahna Joy Gray discuss European Union leaders’ agreement to embargo most Russian oil imports, and Russia’s response to the decision.



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