This morning Grant Stinchfield honors the hard-working first responders who are wading into the floods of Houston to help. You will hear from one brave volunteer who is performing rescue after rescue in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Kenny Vaughan is from Beaumont, Texas. He drove his boat to the floodwaters to rescue stranded victims from the rising water. Laura Carno from Coloradans for Civil Liberties joins Grant to discuss arming teachers. Carno helped bring a program to her state that teaches educators how to protect their students in the most stressful of situations. NRATV's Frontlines Correspondent Chuck Holton joins us from Chicago after spending his weekend with some Chicago residents who are tired of the violence plaguing their city. Holton speaks with Rhonda Ezell from Chicago Guns Matter about the fight to ensure the good people of Chicago are not denied their Second Amendment rights. Dana Loesch and Bill Whittle wrap up the day with their take on current events. Stinchfield airs live on NRATV weekdays at the top of the hour from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET.