On today’s show, we feature an interview with Allie Beth Stuckey, best known as the “Conservative Millennial” and host of the popular CRTV podcast “Relatable.” She tells The Daily Signal how conservatives can make inroads with younger Americans. Stuckey also addresses misconceptions about millennials, the #MeToo movement, and picks her favorite young conservative leader. You won’t want to miss it!

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The Brett Kavanaugh confirmation process came to a boiling point on Thursday, as his accuser testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee and Kavanaugh himself issued forceful defense. We cover the highlights and discuss with The Heritage Foundation’s Tom Jipping. Plus: We feature an interview with Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who accused Bill Clinton of rape.

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Whoever controls education has an enormous impact on the direction of our country. That’s not exactly encouraging news, given the current state of higher education. Our guest today, Heather Mac Donald, has a new book called “The Diversity Delusion.” In that, she describes how a toxic turn in education is infecting society as a whole. Plus: Sex robots are coming to America. 

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President Donald Trump was the center of everyone’s attention at the United Nations on Tuesday, where he delivered a formal address defending his policies. Brett Schaefer of The Heritage Foundation will join us to discuss. Plus: Protesters harass Ted Cruz and his wife during their private night out.

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The Daily Signal’s Genevieve Wood has some questions about the credibility of the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, and she joins the podcast to discuss. Plus: We celebrate fall by talking football–college vs. NFL, and whether it should become a safer sport or not.

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On today’s show, we feature an interview with CBS News’ Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett on his new book, “Mr. Trump’s Wild Ride: The Thrills, Chills, Screams, and Occasional Blackouts of an Extraordinary Presidency.” Garrett has covered the White House for three different news outlets during the last four administrations. Find out more about his personal interactions with President Donald Trump and what he thinks the future holds for his administration.

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Washington remains fixated this week on the allegations brought against Judge Brett Kavanaugh — but in the midst of it all, 65 women who knew Kavanaugh in high school have come to his defense. Daily Signal reporter Rachel del Guidice spoke to one of those women, and she shares exclusive audio from that interview. Plus: A Michigan high school is getting rid of the homecoming queen because of “bullying.”

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The civil war in Syria has killed over 100,000 civilians, displaced millions more, and produced a historic migrant crisis that affects Europe to this day. But the situation could get even worse if things go wrong in Idlib, a city in eastern Syria. We discuss with Luke Coffey of The Heritage Foundation. Plus: One Democratic senator suggests all men should “shut up,” in reference to the accusation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

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The Daily Signal’s Kelsey Harkness joins us to discuss how the politicization of the #MeToo movement has been so concerning, and the importance of due process. Plus: We discuss the low ratings of the Emmys, and the politics of the show.

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As Washington reels from an accusation of sexual misconduct levied against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who is denying the allegation, those who have known Kavanaugh are speaking up in his defense. Rachel del Guidice reports. Plus: a new study suggests that teens raised with religion have better lives.

Today’s show features an interview with Fox News politics editor Chris Stirewalt on his new book, “Every Man a King: A Short, Colorful History of American Populists.” Stirewalt says Americans sometimes forget past flirtations with populist politicians and President Donald Trump is certainly not the first. Find out how he thinks Democrats will respond in 2020.

We also speak with economist Walter Williams about the proper role of government and perils of socialism. Williams is a popular Daily Signal columnist who delivered the first in a series of Heritage Foundation speeches on free markets.

Obamacare’s heavy requirements have hit businesses hard. They’ve also burdened the consciences of religious Americans who cannot in good faith pay for certain drugs and products. It’s no surprise, then, that since Obamacare’s passage, thousands of Americans are turning to an alternative to mainstream insurance called Liberty HealthShare. We sit down with the founder and chairman of the company, Dale Bellis, to discuss his health-sharing concept that has gained such traction in recent years.

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America experienced the latest wave of populism with the election of Donald Trump in November 2016. Since then, people across the country have been trying define populism, how the Trump presidency embodies it, and what it means for our nation. Steve Hilton, host of Fox News’ “The Next Revolution,” joins The Daily Signal to discuss his new book, “Positive Populism: Revolutionary Ideas to Rebuild Economic Security, Family, and Community in America.”

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The Daily Signal talks to the filmmaker of “Gosnell.”

In China, men and women of faith are facing increasing hostility from the state. The Heritage Foundation’s Olivia Enos shares what the Chinese are facing–from internment camps to having to share their home with a government official to seeing their Bibles seized. Plus: We discuss the rise of suicides in the United States in recent years.

On today’s show, we feature an interview with Eli Pariser, a guest you might not expect to hear on The Daily Signal Podcast. Pariser is the former executive director of MoveOn.org and founder of Upworthy. You’ll want to find out what this progressive is saying to conservatives.

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Pennsylvania is taking a page out of the Obama playbook. A state commission in Pennsylvania is attempting to impose gender ideology on residents of that state by going around the legislature. Heritage Foundation’s Monica Burke explains. Plus: We discuss the now-infamous article written by a self-identified resistance person in the Trump administration.

Wednesday was Day 2 of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing for the Supreme Court. Senators probed him on a range of hot-button issues, including Roe vs. Wade. Heritage legal fellow Elizabeth Slattery joins us to discuss how the hearing is going. Plus: The woman sitting behind Kavanaugh gets accused of white supremacy.

Religious freedom is facing new threats here in America, but you don’t have to look very far overseas to see that we still have it remarkably good. Andreas Thonhauser of ADF International weighs in about the state of religious freedom abroad, and what his organization is doing to fight for it. Plus: The next season of “The Bachelor” will feature a virgin.

It’s going to be a busy week in Washington with Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings taking center stage. The Senate Judiciary Committee starts with opening statements Tuesday, followed by two days of testimony from Kavanaugh on Wednesday and Thursday, then outside witnesses on Friday.

The Daily Signal spoke to two female clerks who worked for him, and their stories are nothing like the scaremongering you’ll hear from the left.