Tom Cotton, Eric Dreiband, Walt Heyer, Catherine O'Neal

Tom Cotton
Eric Dreiband
Walt Heyer
Catherine O'Neal

June 22, 2020

Today’s show features:

  • Tom Cotton, U.S. Senator from Arkansas, on a new security law proposed by China that could be used to extradite clergy in Hong Kong and erode the city’s human rights and freedoms.
  • Eric Dreiband, Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, on the Justice Department filing a statement of interest defending Idaho’s Fairness in Women’s Sports Act.
  • Walt Heyer, public speaker, author, and publisher of and his blog,, on YouTube censoring his story that shared his regrets about living a transgender life.
  • Dr. Catherine O’Neal, Infectious Disease Specialist at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, on the latest wave of positive coronavirus cases and whether the rise is a cause for concern or good news for America’s herd immunity.

Episode Resources:

Family Research Council · Sen. Tom Cotton insists China is using the coronavirus as cover to move against Hong Kong

Family Research Council · DOJ's Eric Dreiband explains the compelling case for defending girls' sports in Idaho

Family Research Council · Walt Heyer says the truth about transgenderism is what drives platforms like YouTube to censor him

Family Research Council · Catherine O'Neal cautions that America is a long way from seeing the end of the coronavirus