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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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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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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Podcast: Social Justice Challenges America’s Founding Ideals

Social justice—you’ve probably heard the term. It’s a buzzword, but it’s also an ideology. When you peel back the layers, it becomes quite clear that this new social justice ideology stands directly against America’s founding principles—things like blind justice and equality before the law. Noah Rothman writes about all this in his new book “Unjust: […]

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Podcast: This New Congressman Once Interrogated Saddam Hussein

On today’s podcast, we’re featuring an exclusive interview with Rep. Mark Green. He’s a freshman Republican from Tennessee who shares his first impressions of Congress and his unique role in the capture of Saddam Hussein (whom Green spent six hours interrogating overnight). Also on today’s show: Your letters to the editor. Next week your letter […]

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Podcast: Reaching High Schoolers, College Students With the Pro-Life Message

Are young Americans open to the pro-life message? Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America, joins us to discuss the work her organization does, and how they help pro-life students reach students with different views. Plus: Justin Bieber tells Vogue magazine he decided, after he and his now wife started dating again, to […]

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Podcast: Amid Allegations Against Democrat, ‘Believe All Women’ Ends

Now that a woman, Vanessa Tyson, is accusing Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, a Democrat, of sexual assault, the left’s calls to “believe all women” have abruptly stopped. Amy Swearer, a legal fellow at The Heritage Foundation, joins us to discuss that and how as a culture we should respond when a woman puts forward […]

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