The Daily Signal Podcast
TOP NEWS | Republicans Release 'Commitment to America,' North Dakota Teen Killed in 'Leftist Violence,' Trump says Presidents can Declassify Documents and ESG Cancels "Dilbert" | Sept. 22
On today’s Daily Signal Top News, we break down:
- House Republicans release their “Commitment to America” policy agenda this Thursday.
- House Minority Whip Steve Scalise calls on President Biden to condemn 'leftist violence' after murder of North Dakota teen.
- President Trump says presidents can declassify documents “even by thinking about it” in a Fox News interview on Wednesday.
- “Dilbert” comic pulled from 77 newspapers this week for anti-ESG messaging.
INTERVIEW | Jay Richards on What's in Senate's Same-Sex Marriage Bill, Why It’s Threat to Religious Freedom
The U.S. Senate is considering legislation that could have dire consequences for religious freedom. The so-called Respect for Marriage Act goes beyond codifying same-sex marriage in federal law to make the acceptance of gay marriage compulsory. “The so-called Respect for Marriage Act will just simply lead to more attacks on Americans' religious liberty,” says Jay Richards, a senior research fellow at The Heritage Foundation. (The Daily Signal is the news outlet of The Heritage Foundation.)Richards joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to discuss the bill and why it poses a threat to Christian organizations and anyone else who holds to a traditional view of marriage. Enjoy the show!
TOP NEWS | Rep. Kevin McCarthy Visits Border, White House Press Briefing Fireworks, Pompeo’s Spat with Teacher Union Boss | Nov. 22
On today’s Daily Signal Top News, we break down: Dr. Fauci’s last White House briefing before retirement Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s trip to the southern borderPotential retribution to Senators who voted for Sen. Rick Scott over Sen. Mitch McConnell Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo labels Randi Weingarten as “the most dangerous person in the world”
INTERVIEW | Jake Denton Explains What You Need to Know About Trump, Twitter, and FTX
Donald Trump’s Twitter account has been restored to him. The former president's Twitter account is one of several high-profile ones to be resurrected following entrepreneur Elon Musk's takeover of the social media platform."I think [with] Musk getting in and seeing what was happening behind the scenes, he realized pretty quickly that the content moderation rules that had been put in place by the previous regimes were actually completely arbitrary," Jake Denton, research associate in The Heritage Foundation's Tech Policy Center, says. (The Daily Signal is Heritage's multimedia news organization.)Denton joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to discuss what Musk has changed at Twitter as well as the bankruptcy filing of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX. Enjoy the show!