Program Guide

The Dennis Prager Show
Dennis Prager is one of the most respected and influential thinkers, writers, and speakers in America.He is a nationally syndicated talk show host - heard across the country on nearly 400 affiliates, in addition to,, and the websites of his many radio stations. His show also has listeners around the world via the internet.He is the founder of Prager University (PragerU) - the most viewed conservative video site in the world, with one billion views a year, more than half by people under the age of 35.And, he is a Renaissance Man.· He is a New York Times bestselling author of nine books on subjects as varied as religion, happiness, morality, the left, Islamism, and America.· He is a life-long theologian. His most recent book, The Rational Bible, is the first volume of his five-volume commentary on the first five books of the Bible - rooted in his extensive knowledge of biblical Hebrew. It is currently the bestselling Bible commentary in America, and at publication was the #1 bestselling non-fiction book in the United States.· He periodically conducts symphony orchestras, including twice at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, where he most recently conducted the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.· He has travelled to more than 130 countries and has lectured on all the world's continents.· An expert on communism, the Middle East, and the left, he did his graduate work at the Russian and Middle East Institutes of the Columbia University School of International Affairs. He taughtRussian and Jewish history at Brooklyn College.Dennis is known for his clarity. The motto of his show is, "I prefer clarity to agreement." He is deeply passionate about preserving America, the West, and the Judeo-Christian value system - yet he may well be the calmest voice in radio.Most important, he has a personal bond with many of his millions of listeners, which is why over 500 listeners travel with him to Israel every other year, and thousands have travelled with him everywhere from Antarctica to West Africa to Vietnam and the Panama Canal on his sold-out listener cruises every year for the last quarter-century. Finally, there are no hours on American radio like his weekly Happiness Hour, Ultimate Issues Hour, and Male-Female Hour.In short, when Dennis Prager speaks, America watches."Dennis Prager is an amazingly gifted man and moralist whose mission in life has been crystallized: to get people obsessed with what's right and wrong." - The Los Angeles Times
Jay Sekulow is Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), one of the most prestigious law firms in the country. He is an accomplished Supreme Court advocate, renowned expert on religious liberty, a number 1 New York Times-bestselling author, and a respected broadcaster. Jay Sekulow is an attorney with a passion for protecting religious liberty - freedom - democracy. For nearly a quarter of a century, he's been on the front lines - working to protect religious and constitutional freedoms in the courts, in Congress, and in the public arena. At the Supreme Court of the United States, Jay Sekulow has argued cases 12 times - including several landmark cases which have become part of the legal landscape in the area of religious liberty litigation. In the Mergens case, Jay Sekulow cleared the way for public school students to form Bible clubs and religious organizations on their school campuses. In the Lamb's Chapel case, he defended the free speech rights of religious groups, ensuring that they be treated equally with respect to the use of public facilities. In McConnell v. FEC, Jay Sekulow ensured that the constitutional rights of young people remain protected with a unanimous decision by the high court guaranteeing that minors can participate in political campaigns. Most recently, in Pleasant Grove City v. Summum, he secured a unanimous First Amendment decision clearing the way for governments to accept permanent monuments of their choosing - including Ten Commandments monuments - in public parks. At the beginning, no one could have predicted that what began as a mission to protect religious liberty in this country would involve an international outreach. In a world where Christians face discrimination, violence, and even death for practicing their faith, it soon became clear that there was work to be done abroad. Jay Sekulow believes that religious liberty - religious freedom - is an international right - a global concern. He launched the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ) - based in Strasbourg, France - the seat of the European Court of Human Rights. He serves as Chief Counsel of the ECLJ and has opened offices around the world in: France, Russia, Zimbabwe, Pakistan and Israel. With so much of our future tied to what happens in the Middle East, Jay Sekulow knew that establishing an office in Jerusalem was critical. When Israel attempted to defend itself during a 2009 conflict in Gaza, the world community expressed outrage. Israel was falsely accused of committing war crimes. Jay Sekulow assembled an international legal team, which included former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, and presented critical arguments protecting Israel's national security interests before the International Criminal Court at the Hague. "Jay Sekulow is a true friend of Israel who has fought with us hand-in-hand in some of Israel’s most strategic, international battles," said Danny Ayalon, former Deputy Foreign Minister, State of Israel, who also served as Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. "Jay was instrumentally-involved in projects that the President of Israel and the Prime Minister put on our national agenda." Whether it's fighting to protect religious liberty and freedom overseas, or right here at home, there's a tremendous track record of success that's not gone unnoticed. Townhall Magazine named Jay Sekulow to its "Townhall of Fame" and recognized him as "one of the top lawyers for religious freedom in the United States." Jay Sekulow was named one of "The 90 Greatest Washington Lawyers of the Last 30 Years" by Legal Times and recognized for "fighting to expand liberties and protect civil rights." The Chicago Tribune concluded that the ACLJ has "led the way" in Christian legal advocacy. TIME Magazine named Jay Sekulow one of the "25 Most Influential Evangelicals" in America and called the ACLJ "a powerful counterweight" to the ACLU. Business Week said the ACLJ is "the leading advocacy group for religious freedom." Jay Sekulow's work on the issue of judicial nominees - including possible vacancies at the Supreme Court - has received extensive news coverage including a front-page story in The Wall Street Journal. In addition, The National Law Journal has twice named Jay Sekulow one of the "100 Most Influential Lawyers" in the United States. He is also among a distinguished group of attorneys known as "The Public Sector 45" named by The American Lawyer, which said the designation represents "45 young lawyers outside the private sector whose vision and commitment are changing lives." In 2014, Jay Sekulow was honored by the Greek Orthodox Order of St. Andrew the Apostle - Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate for his work in defending religious freedom and human rights. The Athenagoras Human Rights Award was presented to Jay Sekulow by His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America, Exarch of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, together with the Order of Saint Andrew's National Commander Dr. Anthony J. Limberakis who paid tribute to Jay Sekulow for dedicating his life "to fighting for fundamental human rights and religious freedom in the international juridical arena, from the Supreme Court of the United States to the European Court of Human Rights." With more than one million members, the ACLJ is a powerful grassroots organization. Whether it's protecting the display of the Ten Commandments or the National Motto, Jay Sekulow is at the forefront - advising key decision makers in Washington, D.C. concerning the constitutionality of legislation - representing Members of Congress on amicus briefs at the Supreme Court - and encouraging the passage of laws that are constitutionally-sound. To get the message out, Jay Sekulow has developed a comprehensive media strategy to expand the reach of the ACLJ - a daily radio broadcast tackles the tough issues that matter most, a weekly television show highlighting key decision-makers, a user-friendly website which provides updated information, and engaging and debating the issues in the public arena. Jay Sekulow brings insight and education to listeners daily with his national call-in radio program, Sekulow, which is broadcast on more than 1,050 radio stations, SiriusXM satellite radio, and streamed live on the ACLJ website. Jay Sekulow also hosts a weekly television program, ACLJ This Week, which is broadcast on a number of networks nationwide including the Trinity Broadcasting Network, Daystar and Sky Angel. He is a popular guest on nationally televised news programs such as FOX News, ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, and PBS. He posts regularly to his blog, Faith & Justice on Beliefnet, frequently contributes articles and commentary to national publications, and is often quoted in the nation's leading newspapers including USA Today, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and Washington Times. Jay Sekulow is author of the #1 New York Times bestselling book, Rise of ISIS, A Threat We Can't Ignore, which provides a clear understanding of the rise of ISIS, their objectives, and the unlawful strategy used by terrorists. With the ACLJ “Law of War Team” - Jay Sekulow warns that if left undefeated, we will witness genocide of historic proportions at the hands of the Islamic State. At the same time, Rise of ISIS reveals first-hand stories of bravery and triumph underscoring the fact that there is hope - even in the face of ongoing attacks. Jay Sekulow has additionally served as a faculty member for the Office of Legal Education at the United States Department of Justice. As a member of the faculty, he instructed Assistant United States Attorneys and investigators in the First Amendment issues associated with prosecution of obscenity. With an ongoing commitment to education, Jay Sekulow is dedicated to training the next generation of religious liberty experts. The ACLJ provides legal training for law students from around the globe, reaching out through its offices at Regent University in Virginia. Jay Sekulow received his Ph.D. from Regent University, with a dissertation on American Legal History, is an honors graduate of Mercer Law School, where he served on the Mercer Law Review, and an honors graduate of Mercer University. He was appointed a Senior Fellow at Emory University Law School's Center for the Study of Law and Religion., Jay Sekulow was a Visiting Fellow at Harris Manchester College’s Summer Research Institutes in June and July 2013 and 2014. He was asked to give a lecture on Middle East Affairs and International Law in 2013. He was also a Visiting Research Scholar at Harris Manchester College’s Summer Research Institute in 2015. He recently completed a course of study at Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management with certification in Executive Leadership and Corporate Innovation. Vanderbilt’s Executive Development Institute designated Jay Sekulow an Owen World Shaper in 2015. Jay is the author of numerous publications and legal articles. Immediately following graduation from law school, he served in the U.S. Treasury Department in the Office of Chief Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service where he was responsible for litigation in the U.S. Tax Court.
America First with Sebastian Gorka
Dr. Sebastian Gorka began his show AMERICA FIRST on New Years Day, 2019. His ascent to this role could not have been more unusual, or more of a true "American Story."To find out how it began, you have to go back to the 1950s, to Communist controlled Hungary.Hoping for freedom after the utter devastation of the Second War, the proud nation of Hungary was instead taken over by a Stalinist dictatorship subordinate to Moscow. One young man, who had suffered under the Nazis, decided to resist and so Paul Gorka created a secret Christian student organization to subvert the Communist stranglehold of his homeland. Paul was eventually betrayed by the British double-agent Kim Philby, arrested by the Secret Police, tortured and then given a life sentence for fighting for democracy and liberty. After two years in solitary confinement, two years down a prison coal mine, and two years in the central political prison in Budapest, Paul was eventually liberated by the brave freedom fighters of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. With the 17-year old daughter of a fellow political prisoner, Paul escaped across the minefields along the border of Western Hungary to a life of liberty in the UK, where Paul and Susan would be married and their son, Sebastian, was born. With parents who had lived as children under fascism and then escaped Communist Hungary, Sebastian was raised to love freedom. And his love of talk-radio developed early. As a child he would listen late into the night to the shows of the London Broadcasting Company with a small transistor radio under his pillow. It was with this special family background, and growing up under the influence of the Conservative warrior Margaret Thatcher, that Sebastian learned how to fight totalitarian ideologies, be they Fascism, Communism, or Global Jihadism. He would end up serving in the British Army reserve in a Military Intelligence unit, then after the fall of the Berlin Wall, in the first freely-elected Conservative administration in Hungary. The after the 9/11 attacks he became a professor on a Pentagon-funded counter-terrorism program run out of Germany.In 2008 he moved to America with his family where he continued to work for the Defense Department and become a proud American citizen in 2012. He obtained his doctorate in Political Science from Corvinus University in Budapest and was a fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. In Washington, he served as Associate Dean for Congressional Affairs and Relations to the Special Operations Community at National Defense University and has also taught on the Masters program at Georgetown University. In 2020, President Donald Trump Named Gorka to the National Security Education Board. This board provides strategic consultation and was established by congressional act in 1991. Dr. Gorka has briefed the CIA, the DIA, the US Navy Seals, the Commandant of the Marine Corps, served as an expert for the DoJ during the Boston Bombing trial, and testified before Congress on the threat of Global Jihadism. He remains a guest instructor at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, at Fort Bragg, the home of the Green Berets. Gorka writes for The Hill and has written two books for Regnery Publishing. His first "Defeating Jihad," was a national best-seller and his latest, released in October, is called "Why We Fight…Defeating America's Enemies with No Apologies." Before launching his SALEM show, "AMERICA FIRST with Sebastian Gorka," he was an advisor to candidate Donald J. Trump and served on the staff of the White House in 2017 as Deputy Assistant to the President for Strategy.
Stacy Washington NOW
Stacy Washington NOW stands as a compelling and timely political talk show, anchored by the dynamic Stacy Washington. Broadcasting on Salem News Channel, this one-hour program is a beacon of insight, offering viewers an up-to-the-minute analysis of current events, alongside Stacy's distinct perspective on the political landscape. Join Stacy as she fearlessly navigates through the headlines, providing a nuanced and unfiltered take on the day's political developments. From in-depth interviews with key opinion makers to a comprehensive breakdown of the latest news, "Stacy Washington NOW" is your go-to source for a fresh and informed understanding of the political world. Join Stacy for a thought-provoking journey into the heart of today's most crucial issues, delivering a dynamic blend of news, opinion, and analysis.
The Officer Tatum Show
Brandon Tatum's "The Officer Tatum Show" already has a massive following with over 3 million followers on social media platforms, including 1.9 million subscribers on YouTube, and nearly 900,000 followers on Instagram. The addition of a nightly show on Salem News Channel, the nationally syndicated radio show and a podcast on the Salem Podcast Network will only increase his influence and reach to listeners young and old across the country."Words cannot describe what a blessing it is to be a part of the Salem family," said Brandon. "I am incredibly humbled and honored to continue the legacy of the great Larry Elder."Brandon co-founded Blexit with Candace Owens, an organization dedicated to changing the narrative in the black community through education, community outreach, and empowerment. He has spoken at 30 universities and been invited to the Trump White House."My mission in life is to serve God with the gifts he has given me," said Brandon. "Being the voice of and for the people is one of those gifts." Brandon is a seven-year veteran of the Tucson Police Department, where he rose through the ranks to become a member of the SWAT team and was Public Information Officer.Brandon is a devout Christian who is married to Corinne, with two sons.
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Charlie Kirk Show is the next big thing in talk radio, heard daily on the Salem Radio Network. He also airs a daily podcast of the same Name, that has become one of the top 10 news shows on Apple New Podcast rankings.Charlie Kirk is the Founder and President of Turning Point USA, a national student movement dedicated to identifying, organizing, and empowering young people to promote the principles of free markets and limited government. With a presence on over 2,000 high school and college campuses nationwide, 250,000 student members, and over 150 full-time staff, Turning Point USA is the largest and fastest growing conservative youth activist organization in the country.Just 26 years old, Charlie has appeared on CNBC, Fox News and FOX Business News over 600 times, is an editor-at-large at Newsweek, and whose writings are often published on Fox News, The Hill, The Washington Times, Breitbart, and Daily Caller. He was Named to the Forbes "30 under 30" list and was also the youngest speaker at the 2016 Republican National Convention. He's the author of three books including the #1 Amazon and New York Times bestseller, The MAGA Doctrine: The Only Ideas that Will Win the Future from Broadside Books, an imprint of Harper Collins.Charlie is also the chairman of Students for Trump, which aims to activate one million new college voters through its more than 350 chapters present on campuses in battleground states. In 2019, Charlie was granted an honorary doctorate from Liberty University citing his exceptional leadership and energetic voice for conservatives. Later that year, Charlie teamed up with Liberty University President, Jerry Falwell Jr. to cofound The Falkirk Center for Faith and Liberty, a Christian think tank working to expand religious liberty and advance conservative principles in the public sphere. His social media reaches over 100 million people per month and according to Axios he is one of the "top 10 most engaged" Twitter handles in the world behind only President Trump among conservatives.The Charlie Kirk Show delivers in-depth political and cultural analysis alongside his signature campus activism and interviews with some of the most influential people of our time.
In summer 1998 Andrew Wilkow was hired for his full-time radio show at 100.1 WCLG-FM in Morgantown, WV. Andrew moonlighted as a bartender, doorman and DJ at local bars. His politics caused friction among his co-workers, something that became part of his radio show. This was the beginning of Andrew becoming a "talker" on the radio. In January 2001 Andrew was hired to be the mid-day DJ at Radio 104 WMRQ, an alternative rock station in Hartford, CT. In a cradle of political correctness and liberal thinking Andrew hit a nerve. He made immediate waves with the listeners and instant enemies among the staff. On September 11th , 2001 the United States suffered the worst terrorist attack in history. Andrew left the radio station that day to volunteer at the Red Cross blood and supply drive. The program director, Todd Thomas, then freed Andrew to take his shift straight into politics and opinion. Little by little he built an audience and made Name for himself in a top 50 radio market. In 2003, Andrew transferred to 810 AM WGY, at a sister station cluster in Albany, NY, where they had an opening for a full-time talk show host. At the same time Mark Levin was moved to the full-time schedule at WABC in New York and Andrew took over his Sunday talk show on WABC. In the summer 2005 Mel Karmazin, the CEO of Sirius Satellite Radio, had been driving in a rent-a-car that did not have Sirius. He was listening to WABC when Andrew was doing his show. He made a note "to hire this guy". "The Andrew Wilkow Show" was launched on Sirius in August of 2006. The show has since rebranded as "The Wilkow Majority" and continues to air daily on SiriusXM Patriot at Noon Eastern. Fast forward to 2022, and Wilkow! joins the Salem News Channel video lineup weekdays at 5pm Eastern.
Jenna Ellis Tonight
Jenna Ellis is a constitutional law attorney and served as the senior legal adviser to the Trump 2020 Campaign, a Trump Advisory Board Member, and personal counsel to President Donald J. Trump. She is the Chairwoman of the Election Integrity Alliance, Special Counsel for the Thomas More Society, and a Newsmax contributor. She is also the author of “The Legal Basis for a Moral Constitution."
The Eric Metaxas Show
The Eric Metaxas Show offers compelling perspective on American culture, political life, and stories making news around the corner and across the globe.Heard on leading radio stations from coast-to-coast, The Eric Metaxas Show taps the unique talent of one of America's best known authors, commentators, TV personalities and public speakers for radio unlike anything ever heard before: compelling, compassionate and interactive as Eric and his listeners seek answers to life's toughest questions together.ABC News has called Metaxas a "photogenic, witty ambassador for faith in public life," and The Indianapolis Star described him as "a Protestant version of William F. Buckley." He is the founder and host of Socrates in the City: Conversations on the Examined Life, an event series of "entertaining and thought-provoking discussions on 'life, God, and other small topics'" featuring such guests as Malcolm Gladwell, Cal Thomas and Bob Beckel, Dr. Francis Collins, Sir John Polkinghorne, Baroness Caroline Cox, N.T. Wright, Os Guinness, Peter Kreeft, and Dick Cavett.In 2011, Metaxas was the 17th recipient of the Canterbury Medal awarded by the Becket Fund for Religious Freedom. Previous medalists include Mitt Romney, Chuck Colson, and Elie Wiesel. He has testified before Congress about the rise of anti-Semitism in the U.S. and abroad, and spoke at CPAC2013 on the issue of Religious Freedom. In September 2013, Eric and his wife Susanne were jointly awarded the Human Life Review's "Great Defender of Life Award." Metaxas has been awarded honorary Doctorates from Hillsdale College, Liberty University and Sewanee: The University of the South.Bonhoeffer was Named "Book of the Year" by the ECPA. Bonhoeffer also won the 2011 John C. Pollock Award for Biography awarded by Beeson Divinity School and a 2011 Christopher Award in the Non-fiction category. Called a "biography of uncommon power," Bonhoeffer appeared on numerous 2010 "Best of the Year" lists and was featured in the Wall Street Journal, Publishers Weekly, The New Republic, Harper's, Kirkus (starred review), NPR, FoxNews, C-SPAN's Book TV, Christianity Today, The Weekly Standard, and First Things. Bonhoeffer has sold more than 800,000 copies and has been translated into 20 languages. It was recently ranked #21 on the listing of Most Highlighted Books of all time.
Dinesh D'Souza
Dinesh D'Souza has had a prominent career as a writer, scholar, and public intellectual, and has also become an award-winning filmmaker. Born in India, D'Souza came to the U.S. as an exchange student at the age of 18 and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Dartmouth College. Called one of the "top young public-policy makers in the country," D'Souza quickly became known as a major force in public policy through his books, speeches, and films.