721 days since the murder of BPA Javier Vega, Jr. Still no classification as a line of duty death from CBP.
Good to see the Terry family continue fighting for their brother, Brian, at the Republican National Convention. Fast and Furious killed him and hundreds others by releasing rifles into Mexico.
This week's shows are dedicated to the fallen officers of the Baton Rouge Police Department murdered this week in further violence against law enforcement officers.
Shawn Moran and Chris
Cabrera discuss the latest article on the Border Patrol from Politico. Shawn sees it as another hit piece from the author, whom he believes played fast and loose with the facts.
Our guest this week is American Federation of Government Employees President J. David Cox, who talks about some of AFGE's legislative goals, his background as a VA nurse, and his dismay on labor issues with the Obama administration.
AFGE President Cox speaks very passionately about the work of Border Patrol agents and the working conditions they encounter. He has been to the border and seen it with his own eyes.
Shawn and Chris start the final segment discussing two of the show sponsors, Haix Boots and Gerber.
They continue to discuss the Politico article and whether it was a fair representation of the Union and Border Patrol agents. Two claims that are patently false are Obama's claims of being the highest level deporter as President and the claim that the Border Patrol has been the deadliest law enforcement agency since 2005.
They finish the show talking about AFGE and the interview with J. David Cox, whom they give a strong B+/A- rating as AFGE president.