Grant Stinchfield begins the morning with exclusive reporting from NRATV's Frontlines Correspondent Chuck Holton. Holton is in Chicago challenging Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the failed policies that have plunged the city into a quagmire of violence. Kenny Vaughan joins us from the epic floods of Texas. Vaughan spent the last few days pulling 400 people from flooded homes in Houston. Vaughan speaks with Grant from the road back to his own home in the city of Beaumont. Kenny is on his way to help rescue his neighbors from the rising water. The brave volunteer talks about his love of country and the good people he encountered while ferrying them to safety. Grant also speaks with John Galletta from Riverside Magnum Gun Range in Riverside, California. John details the frivolous lawsuit that forced the range to end its weekly ladies' night promotion. Grant and Dana Loesch call out one man's outrageous manipulation of California law that lead to the end of ladies' night. Bill Whittle wraps up the day with his 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.