Conservative entertainment news outlet Vivid Entertainment has launched a new show called The Liberal Agenda, in which the hosts discuss issues of importance to them, and offer their views on those issues.
The show, which premieres Sunday, will focus on the recent wave of protests in the United States against the death of Trayvon Martin.
The hosts of the show are Sam Kass, an award-winning author and activist, and John Fagan, a writer and director of documentaries, including “Ain’t Got Nothing” and “The War on Christmas.”
The program was originally slated to air on Sunday nights on NBC.
Vivid is the brainchild of Kass, a former Republican strategist, and Fagan.
They co-hosted the show on the “HBO” podcast in 2016, before launching it on Vivid, and they are the producers of the program, according to a Vivid press release.
The program, titled “The Liberal Agenda,” will examine a range of topics including gun control, immigration, the future of the world, climate change, the military, and more.
The host of the podcast, Kass, said he and Faggion are both concerned about the rising influence of right-wing politicians, who are gaining political power by threatening civil liberties and promoting hate speech.
Kass told the “Today” show on Sunday that he and his co-workers at Vivid are “fiercely pro-life, and we’re not going to stand by and watch people being murdered for being who they are.”
The show is being produced by the group Freedom Partners Action Fund, which was founded in 2015 and has given $30 million to groups that support conservative causes.
Kass said the political agenda was the first show he has done for Freedom Partners, and he hoped to make a show about the world as a whole.
He said that he is not interested in discussing gun control.
Kass, who was the political director for Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) in the 2016 GOP primary, told the ABC News program that he would support a national registry of gun owners if he was president, which he said would prevent criminals and terrorists from obtaining guns.
He told the program that the “main problem with the gun control movement is that they are so obsessed with the individual, that the only person who really cares about gun control is the one person who is sitting in the Oval Office,” which is not the case for most Americans.
Kass and Faggan said they do not believe that gun control legislation should be introduced in Congress.
Kass added that he did not intend for the show to be partisan, and that his aim was to “advance the political causes that I believe in.”
“I’m not trying to promote any particular party or any particular cause, but I’m trying to educate and inform people, and make people aware of things that they’re not aware of,” Kass said.
Kass is a frequent guest on the podcasts of Glenn Beck’s The Blaze, Glenn Beck Radio Network, Glenn Campbell’s The Young Turks, the Daily Caller, and other conservative media outlets.
Fagan said that while he agrees with many of Kass’ positions, he was disappointed that his hosts did not mention climate change.
“I think we’ve been lied to for so long, and I think it’s time to get serious about the issues that are important to the American people,” Fagan told the network.
“We are seeing a resurgence of these kinds of events that are not going away, and the only way that we’re going to stop that is if we’re really honest and transparent and open and honest about our positions,” Fagans added.
“There are so many issues that we are being lied to about, and it’s not about political correctness, it’s about climate change and the environment.”
Kass and other guests on the program said they are working to find more ways to discuss issues and issues of concern with a conservative audience, and said they hoped the show would be a way for them to be heard.
“It’s going to be interesting to see what happens,” Kass told ABC News.
“What is the audience going to respond to?
And then what are the things that are interesting and interesting that I can do for them?”
Kass said he would like to see the show aired in more than just the U.S. He added that, for now, his focus is on the United Kingdom, where he lives.
“When I was younger, I was trying to find out what it was like to be in London,” Kass explained.
“The city is beautiful, it has so much to offer, but it is so divided, and so dangerous.
We need to start to get to grips with what it is like to live in London and the people there.”