This week The Daily Signal’s Kelsey Harkness talks to us about her interview with Santa Fe High School students on the one month anniversary of the shooting. Also, Heritage expert Amy Swearer helps us explains some of the policy issues around our nations school safety crisis.

This week, Stephen Moore, a distinguished visiting fellow at The Heritage Foundation, who also served as an economic advisor to Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, helps explain GDP numbers and the state of our economy.

Will the worlds next big conflict be in outer space? And if so what would a ‘Space Force’ do? This week, Dean Cheng, a senior research fellow in Heritage’s Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy helps explain.

Daniel Kochis, a policy analyst at Heritage, explains some of the ways NATO continues to serve our national security interests and the White House’s current state of play

How long could it take to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh? What real roadblocks could he face? This week we talked to Elizabeth Slattery, a Heritage legal fellow and host of Heritage’s SCOTUS 101 podcast, about what the confirmation process for Supreme Court nominees looks like.

How long could it take to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh? What real roadblocks could he face? This week we talked to Elizabeth Slattery, a Heritage legal fellow and host of Heritage’s SCOTUS 101 podcast, about what the confirmation process for Supreme Court nominees looks like.

Did you know that international waters actually cover 71% of the Earth’s surface? Adm. John Richardson, our nation’s chief of Naval Operations helps us explain why it’s so important that America has a strong Navy.

Did you know that international waters actually cover 71% of the Earth’s surface? This week, Adm. John Richardson, our nation’s chief of Naval Operations helps us explain why it’s so important that America has a strong Navy.

This week, our new co-host Tim Doescher, talks to Heritage expert Tori Whiting about Tariffs and what they mean for Americans.

This week, the tragic story of Susanna Feldman’s murder and how Angela Merkel’s leadership is threatened by killings, immigrants, and open borders.

This week, we conclude our special series on immigration. Heritage expert David Inserra takes us back to basics on how we are currently enforcing immigration laws and how we can be doing it better.

This week, part two of our special series on immigration. David Inserra, a policy analyst in Heritage’s Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign and National Security Policy, helps to explains the history of amnesty and the lessons we can learn moving forward.

The first of a special three part series on immigration, breaking down the basics on border walls, enforcement, and amnesty with policy analyst, David Inserra.

This week, Elizabeth Slattery, a legal fellow at The Heritage Foundation, breaks down the Supreme Court’s recent ruling that will legalize sports betting in many states.

John Malcolm, vice president of Heritage’s Institute for Constitutional Government, explains some of the hostile narratives that have emerged in mainstream and social media about America’s law enforcement officers and why they are false and harmful.

This week, David Kreutzer, a senior research fellow in Heritage’s Institute for Economic Freedom and Opportunity, explains why guaranteeing all Americans a job is essentially another form of welfare.

Jim Phillips, a senior research fellow for Middle Eastern affairs, gives a brief refresher on the 2015 Iran Nuclear Deal and what should happen next.

This week we talk with Mimi Teixeira, a graduate fellow in welfare policy at The Heritage Foundation, about marriage penalties and the unintended consequences they have on a low income communities.

This week, Romina Boccia, deputy director of Heritage’s Thomas A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies, explains the “Airbnb effect” and new research that’s proving that alternative lodging is actually increasing tourism and overall travel, with direct benefits for local economies.

Did you know that international waters actually cover 71% of the Earth’s surface? This week, Adm. John Richardson, our nation’s chief of Naval Operations helps us explain why it’s so important that America has a strong Navy.