A weekly podcast that explains major policy issues and at a 101 level.
A weekly podcast that explains major policy issues and at a 101 level. Every week, hosts Michelle Cordero and Tim Doescher present an entertaining mix of media clips, personal stories, and interviews with Heritage expert
As anti-Semitic attacks and incidents continue to rise, we take a closer look at who is to blame, and what we need to do as a nation to stop this disturbing trend.This week, we revisit this topic and dive deeper with the Executive Vice President of The Heritage Foundation, Dr. Kim Holmes.Show Notes:Listen to the prior episode on anti-SemitismRead about President Trump’s most recent executive order, and how it will curb anti-Semitism.
How Bad Is San Francisco's Homeless Problem?
Last month, President Donald Trump tweeted that San Francisco, California has "rapidly become one of the worst anywhere in the U.S. when it comes to the homeless and crime." The homeless situation is so bad that there are maps dedicated to alerting the public where there is human feces or needles on the street.In this episode Katrina Trinko, editor-in-chief of The Daily Signal, discusses her reporting on what the streets of San Francisco are really like.Tents, Homelessness, and Misery: 9 Things I Saw in San FranciscoThe Daily Signal Podcast: What It's Like on the Streets of San Francisco
The Killing of Qassem Suleimani
A lot has happened between the United States and Iran this week. On this episode we walk through the events that led to the killing of Qassim Suleimani and Heritage's Luke Coffey explains who Suleimani was and what the United States should do next.Read our latest report on IranFollow Luke Coffey on Twitter
A Conversation With Ted Cruz on Trump's Impeachment
Was Trump's impeachment part of a legitimate process or partisan weapon? In a special episode we air Sen. Ted Cruz's conversation with John Malcolm, vice president of Heritage's Institute for Constitutional Government on how the Senate trial be conducted, how this Congress’s process differed from previous impeachment inquiries and more.Watch the event video here.
What You Need to Know about Trump's Senate Impeachment Trial
This week, Thomas Jipping, deputy director of Heritage’s Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies explains what happens next in the Senate now that the House has voted to impeach President Trump, how long it could take, and what to expect from lawmakers.
No. Trump Is Not Starving People For Christmas
The Trump Administration announced last week that they will close loopholes that allow people to receive food stamps longer while not actively seeking a job or work training.Many on the left have criticized as “cruel” and “stupid.”But is it?Could it be that work is actually a critical path out of poverty?On this episode, we talk with Robert Rector about the changes implemented by the White House, and the implications it has on the economy, our culture, and better ways to empower people.Show notes:The Truth About the New Food Stamp Work Requirements’ Effects
The B-52 Bomber is Getting an Upgrade
The Air Force announced this fall that it’s oldest bomber, the B-52, willbe getting some major upgrades. This week, we explain what our B-52 bombers look like today, what types of modifications they need and why it’s important. Our expert is John Venable, a 25-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force who served in three combat operations and former commander of the celebrated Thunderbirds.