It certainly feels like these cultural battles in sports and politics keep intersecting in a way that was not nearly as common even a few years...
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton did not mince words Thursday while discussing several recent COVID-19 cases involving conservative talk show hosts and commentators.
Ward has been reporting from the streets of Kabul, Afghanistan since the Taliban seized control several days ago.
Carlson has been an outspoken opponent on the masking debate, specifically when it comes to children.
Syndicator Premiere Networks arranged for the duo to appear on 10 stations last week. Each station was given 7 minutes to interview the duo.
Former President Donald Trump told The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show that he would decide on whether to run for the White House after 2022.
“It should be a lot of fun,” said Travis during Monday’s program.
The pair began the show by praising the late Rush Limbaugh and emphasizing the fact that they were not hired to replace Rush.
The show will air in the time slot (12-3) formerly taken by The Rush Limbaugh Show. Limbaugh passed away on Feb 17 after battling lung cancer.
“As a traditional news/talk station located in the shadow of nearby large and small market competition, we decided to go with Travis & Sexton after Rush,”...