There’s no need to hike taxes to give teacher raises. The Heritage Foundation’s Jonathan Butcher outlines ways school district can costs in other areas–such as no longer operating 1,000 unused classrooms, as one district does–to free up dollars for hard-working teachers. Plus: A Mexican restaurant faces protests, online and offline, after sharing a photo of Attorney General Jeff Sessions eating at the restaurant.

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The Daily Signal’s all-star interns, Katherine Rohloff and Jeremiah Poff, join editor-in-chief Rob Bluey to discuss their summer in Washington. Find out why these two young conservatives are pursuing a career in journalism. Plus, highlights from the annual debate between conservative and libertarian interns and an interview with Attorney General Jeff Sessions about free speech on college campuses.

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On today’s edition of The Daily Signal podcast, Ginny Montalbano and Daniel Davis interview expert Nick Loris, an economist who focuses on energy, environmental, and regulatory issues at The Heritage Foundation, about proposed regulation rollbacks in California. Loris discusses the Trump administration’s move to try and roll back fuel-efficiency regulations put into place by the Obama administration, the possible legal ramifications, and Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler’s leadership at the EPA so far.

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While the Trump administration remains committed to repealing Obamacare, Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar has additional ideas for how to boost health care in the United States. In an exclusive interview with The Daily Signal’s Genevieve Wood, he shares his thoughts. Plus: A new study indicates adults are spending over 11 hours a day engaged in media.

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In a quest to uproot Confederate names and statues, Austin, Texas, discovered the problematic legacy of Stephen F. Austin, who died before the Civil War. Jarrett Stepman joins us to discuss the latest push to eradicate history. Plus: There’s an uproar at the University of Virginia over hiring a Trump aide to be a one-year fellow.

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The Heritage Foundation’s Ana Quintana explains what the White House’s decision to sanction three Nicaraguan officials means for the long term, and what can be done in the country, where the government is brutally cracking down on dissidents. Plus: A news site casts a dark shadow on Catholic hospitals in rural areas.

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On today’s edition of The Daily Signal podcast, Rob Bluey and Ginny Montalbano interview high school student Genna Montalbano (Ginny’s younger sister) about her experience at Turning Point USA’s High School Leadership Summit. Genna reveals her favorite conservative speakers and what advice she’ll share with her peers.

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Dr. Aaron Rhodes, president of the Forum for Religious Freedom-Europe and author of “The Debasement of Human Rights: How Politics Sabotage the Ideal of Freedom,” joins us to talk about religious freedom around the world. Plus: San Francisco is considering effectively banning tech companies from providing free lunches.

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As taxpayers continue to back student loans, The Heritage Foundation’s Mary Clare Amselem joins us to talk about how a college professor co-wrote a research paper with her dead cat–and what can be done on the higher ed front. Plus: Republicans accuse Twitter of treating them differently than Democrats.

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The Heritage Foundation’s Hans von Spakovsky joins us to discuss what the newly-released FISA warrant shows us about the FBI’s proof–or lack thereof–that there was reason to believe Trump campaign was entangled with Russia. Plus: A new analysis shows that being 30 in 1977 is very different than being 30 now.

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On today’s edition of The Daily Signal podcast, Rob Bluey and Ginny Montalbano interview small business owner Joseph Semprevivo, president and founder of Joseph’s Lite Cookies of Sebastian, Florida. He shares how tax reform has benefitted his company and employees.

Heritage Foundation tax policy analyst Adam Michel weighs in on newly released research on the benefits of tax reform, and what the long-term impact could be for millions of Americans.

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