Grant Stinchfield begins the morning previewing NRA Annual Meetings with Josh Powell, NRA Chief of Staff. Grant and Josh discuss some exciting new programs you'll notice at this year's event in Dallas. Grant also takes you live to the range to talk about an NRA Carry Guard pilot program designed specifically for women. Lawrence Jones, Editor-in-Chief of Campus Reform, focuses on one university's trouble with the American flag. Students at Michigan State University say the flag is not "diverse" enough to be flown on campus. Second Amendment attorney, Chuck Michel, briefs Grant on a troubling tax proposal in California that targets gun enthusiasts. NRATV Frontlines correspondent Chuck Holton is in Brazil to show how law enforcement officers are working to tackle a new wave of violence. Dan Bongino 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.