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Who pays the price when US oil stops flowing? (Full show)

The debate over the rising importance of “critical race theory” in the public discourse rages on. One viral incident involved an irate parent at a full district school board meeting in Illinois. A Black man who overcame adversity in childhood to eventually obtain two medical degrees, he is convinced that critical race theory will hinder the success of Black students and turn students against one another. Our political panel joins Scottie Nell Hughes to weigh in.

As New York City suffers a surge in homelessness, drug-use and random attacks, former Democratic primary candidate Andrew Yang vows to double the capacity of the city’s institutional mental health if elected mayor. But is that the solution to what plagues the city? RT America’s Faran Fronczak reports.

Then former USTR official Steve Gill joins Scottie Nell Hughes to discuss the implications of the new $12 billion pipeline deal between Aramco and China and the geopolitical consequences of the closure of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.

Plus, meteorologist Denise Isaac shares her expertise ahead of Tropical Storm Claudette, the looming deluge on the Gulf Coast and what’s behind the heatwave gripping the American West.

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