Today's guests: 6 a.m. - Former CIA operative, now movie maker, Dan Gabriel promotes his new film, "Mosul" .  Mr. Gabriel describes the process of creating a documentary from the ground up.  He shares with Kevin Miller what it was like working for the CIA.  Kevin Miller looks at a recent news story about the pot shops opening up in Ontario, Oregon.  Kevin Miller takes calls from people who are concerned about too much weed next to the Gem State.  Kevin Miller continues to cover the lighting of the state capitol building by the Gay Pride people.  Several people call in to voice their concerns about the precedent of the rainbow on the statehouse.  ; 6:35 a.m. - Fox News Radio's Rachel Sutherland has the latest on Mexico tariffs ; 7 a.m. - Founder of Black Americans for a Better Future, Raynard Jackson discusses race relations in America.  Kevin Miller shares the following details and questions about a case in the South.  The University of Alabama on Friday returned $21.5 million to one of its top donors -- which the donor claims is retaliation after he urged students to protest the state's new anti-abortion law.Hugh Culverhouse Jr. -- who, up until Friday, was the namesake of the university's law school -- has openly voiced his opposition to the controversial law. Calling it unconstitutional, he urged students to speak out. On Friday, in addition to returning the money he's donated this year, the University removed Culverhouse's name from the law school -- which he says is a direct result of his actions.However, school officials deny the decision was related to Culverhouse's protests, saying they returned the money because he "interfered in the operations of the Law School." The university's vice chancellor, Kellee Reinhart, says, "That was the only reason the board voted to remove his name and return his money. Any attempt by Mr. Culverhouse to tie this action to any other issue is misleading and untrue."; 8 a.m. - William Gheen of Americans for Legal Immigration pac (ALIPAC) says his group will protest the president tomorrow over his immigration policy ; 8:35 a.m. – Fox News Radio's Hollywood reporter Michelle Pollino reviews the CMT awards.

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