Podcast: Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson on His Christian Faith

Why did he become a Christian after an early life of sexual hedonism? What’s his advice to parents trying to raise kids who stay Christian? And what does it mean to be a Christian in our current secular culture? Phil Robertson, author of “The Theft of America’s Soul: Blowing the Lid Off the Lies That […]

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Covington Teen’s Libel Suit Follows Justice Thomas’ Questioning of Libel Precedent

A day after Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas signaled it might be time to review a landmark ruling on libel law, President Donald Trump cheered the libel lawsuit of a Covington, Kentucky, high school student against The Washington Post. Although Trump has repeatedly insisted that Congress change existing libel laws to make it easier to […]

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Podcast: Trump’s National Emergency Faces Legal Challenges

Sixteen states have announced they’re filing a lawsuit against President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration. The Heritage Foundation’s John Malcolm, an expert in legal affairs, joins us to discuss what will likely happen as the case winds through the courts. Plus: A CBS reporter says the media is biased. We also cover these stories: The […]

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Podcast: Lt. Gov. Dan Forest Fights for Conservative Principles in North Carolina

On today’s podcast, we’re featuring an exclusive interview with North Carolina Lt. Gov. Dan Forest. He recently visited The Heritage Foundation while in Washington and spoke to us about how tax reform has changed his state, as well as his thoughts on the national political scene, including the left’s push for government-run health care and […]

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Podcast: Obama’s Border Patrol Chief Explains Why Walls Work

On today’s podcast, we’re featuring an exclusive interview with Mark Morgan, who was chief of the U.S. Border Patrol under President Barack Obama. Now Morgan is speaking out in favor of President Donald Trump’s border wall. Find out why on today’s show. Also on today’s show: We’re celebrating Presidents Day, or what rightfully should be […]

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Liberals’ Anti-Semitism Problem Isn’t Going Away

Anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist and Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar—someone who had previously argued that Jews hypnotized the world regarding their “evil” deeds—recently claimed that Americans only support Israel because of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s “Benjamins”—and then retweeted a person pointing out that she might as well call all Jews “hook-nosed.” Though House Speaker Nancy […]

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Trump to Declare National Emergency, Sign Spending Bill Criticized by Conservatives

The Senate passed an omnibus spending bill Thursday that conservative lawmakers expressed disappointment over, citing the legislation’s immigration provisions and rushed process. The White House announced Thursday President Donald Trump would sign the legislation. The House is expected to pass the legislation imminently. “President Trump will sign the government funding bill, and as he has […]

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Podcast: 1 Year After Parkland Massacre, Broward County’s School Board Still Failing

It’s been a year since the tragic school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that took the lives of 17 people. Today, we speak with Kenneth Preston, a student journalist from Broward County who helped shine light on the corruption in that school district after the shooting. We ask him about what’s changed, and what hasn’t, since […]

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