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Bernard Goldberg with Gary Byron

Legendary former journalist, whistleblower, and author Bernard Goldberg joined Gary Byron on the air to talk about his career, why he wrote Bias, a book exposing bias in television media. Be sure to visit his website at

Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano

Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano joins Gary Byron to talk about the upcoming special session, what he foresees for this summer, as well as his take on riots and bringing down statues.

State Rep Craig Fishbein

Gov. Lamont was defeated in federal court yesterday over a lawsuit preventing people to get their pistol permits. State Rep Craig Fishbein, who was a driving force behind the lawsuit, joined Gary to discuss.

State Senate Paul Formica

State Senator Paul Formica is a restaurant owner in Flanders, and he joined Gary Byron to talk about the re-opening of restaurants as well as peaceful protests all over the state.

Marc Fitch from the Yankee Institute

Marc Fitch from the Yankee Institute joined Gary on the air  to talk about Connecticut colleges being faced with the real possibility of being sued due to the coronavirus.

Brandon Straka from #WalkAway

Brendan Straka is the founder of the #WalkAway Movement, coming to Hartford tomorrow! He joins Gary Byron to talk about the rally, how he started the movement, and why he himself decided to walk away from the

Chief Investigative Reporter Len Besthoff

There’s an issue with the DOC in the state of Connecticut, and Chief Investigative Reporter Len Besthoff dives into the details with Gary Byron.

Patrick Gourley with Gary Byron

Patrick Gourley is the assistant professor of economics at the University of New Haven, and he joined Gary Byron to talk about the businesses  that will be, and already are, affected by the coronavirus.

Dr. Summer McGee with Gary Byron

Summer Johnson McGee is the Dean of Health services at the University of New Haven, and she joined Gary Byron to talk about the rumors that have popped up around the coronavirus, any fears that people have,

State Senator George Logan

State Senator George Logan joined Gary on the air to talk about the businesses that have been affected by the coronavirus, and his reaction to the George Floyd case.