Warning signs were abundant prior to the school shooting in Parkland, Florida last month—so why wasn’t it prevented? Aside from protocol failures and lack of sufficient school security, Amy Swearer points to three specific traits that tend to mark school shooters. She joins the podcast to explain what those are. Plus: Roseanne makes a major comeback, Trump defends the Second Amendment, and Wendy’s drops an unforgettable mixtape.

Liberal politicians are fuming at the Trump administration’s decision to include a citizenship question in the 2020 census. Why should this be controversial? Mike Gonzalez, a senior fellow at The Heritage Foundation, sat down to explain why the president is on the rational side of this issue. Plus: Mark Zuckerberg agrees to testify before Congress, Indiana passes a pro-life measure, and genius scientists discover how to keep ice cream from melting (at least for longer).

Schoolkids converged on D.C. over the weekend to protest school shootings and guns, yet the most effective policy solutions went unmentioned. Jarrett Stepman went to the march and sat down with us to share his observations. Plus, we discuss the president’s new actions against Russia, Larry King’s tough words for cable news, and a new study about teen happiness and cell phone usage.

Former U.N. ambassador John Bolton will become President Donald Trump’s new national security adviser next month. On today’s show, we bring you highlights from his interview with The Daily Signal last month. Plus, we have clips from our exclusive interviews from the White House with Ivanka Trump, Kellyanne Conway, and Mercedes Schlapp. They talk about outreach to millennials, plus we talk to two from that generation: Parkland shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv and Turning Point USA’s Candace Owens.

Today’s episode is brought to you straight from the White House, where they held a millennial engagement forum. The discussions focused the economy, free speech, and the opioid crisis. Labor Secretary Acosta and HHS Secretary Azar stopped by to talk to The Daily Signal about the record low unemployment rate and the opioid crisis.

Los Alamitos, California is on a collision course with Sacramento over sanctuary policies. Are we about to see a legal showdown? We discuss with David Inserra, Heritage Foundation security and immigration expert. Plus: The Austin bombings appear to be over, a pro-life Democrat survives an Illinois primary, and YouTube censors gun safety videos.

Is it OK for California to demand pregnancy centers promote abortion? The Heritage Foundation’s Monica Burke joins us to explain the issues at stake in a case heard by the Supreme Court Tuesday. Plus: we talk about a celebrity couple’s unusual marriage, and how an armed school officer stopped a shooter in a Maryland school today.

Why is a GOP-controlled Congress about to spend billions of taxpayer dollars propping up Obamacare? The Heritage Foundation’s Marie Fishpaw joins us to discuss. Plus: We talk about Hillary Clinton’s Facebook message claiming we all misunderstood her comments last weekend.

On this Friday’s edition of The Daily Signal podcast, Rob Bluey and Ginny Montalbano speak with Mollie Hemingway, a senior editor at The Federalist and a Fox News contributor. Hemingway discusses the school safety debate, the role Twitter plays in our political discourse, and how she and her husband manage to raise a family in a busy media environment. Plus, Daily Signal producer Lauren Evans weighs in on a recent trip to Colorado. She and Kelsey Harkness spoke with Patrick Neville, a Columbine survivor and lawmaker who is pushing to end gun-free zones.

The Heritage Foundation’s Steve Moore joins us today to talk about the announcement that his friend Larry Kudlow, who worked in the Reagan administration and on CNBC, will become director of the National Economic Council. Moore and Kudlow served together on the Trump campaign, and Moore shares what he thinks President Donald Trump and Kudlow do (and don’t) have in common. Plus: We talk about the movie star moving out of the USA because of Trump and the school that gave detention to students who did the walkout yesterday.

Why did Democrat Conor Lamb win in a district that President Donald Trump won by twenty points in 2016? The Daily Signal’s Fred Lucas joins us to discuss the surprising outcome of a hotly-contested election. Plus: Trump is pushing for a “Space Force” and Britain is taking action against Russia.

The Daily Signal’s two interns this semester, Kyle Perisic and Chrissy Clark, join us to weigh in on life as a conservative at the university—and what they think of a new Gallup poll that found 6 out of 10 college students believe “campus climate prevents people from speaking freely.” Plus: We talk about Hillary Clinton’s latest “explanation” for why she lost the election, and the media largely ignoring a new report from the House intelligence committee finding no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Will the expected talks between President Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un in May go anywhere? The Heritage Foundation’s Bruce Klingner joins us to discuss, as well as share what he’s learned in the over two decades he’s focused on North Korea. Plus: We discuss the irony of Eminem ripping on the NRA, as he did this weekend, and the new school safety pushes the Trump administration announced.

On our week-in-review show, editor-in-chief Rob Bluey and managing editor Katrina Trinko recap the top stories making news, including President Trump’s meeting with North Korea, legislative activity on school safety, tariffs, judicial nominees, and country music’s political controversy. Plus, Rob talks to Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., about his plan to give military families more education options. And Kate explains what’s wrong with manipulative producers at “The Bachelor” and TV hosts who invited former Trump adviser Sam Nunberg to tell his story.

Is California or the Trump administration going to win on sanctuary areas? J. Christian Adams of The Public Interest Legal Foundation walks us through federal and state issues the cases touches on, and how a case waged by President Obama’s administration might have an impact. Plus: We talk about whether video games contribute to violence, and how Joy Behar finally apologized to Vice President Pence.

The Broward County Sheriff Department just launched a new site “fact checking” claims. The Heritage Foundation’s Amy Swearer joins us to discuss the problematic choices of both the Broward County law officials and the FBI that allowed the Parkland shooter to carry out his school shooting. Plus: We look at the misleading school shooting statistic President Obama just cited, and cover Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ new lawsuit against California.

As President Donald Trump suggests it’s time to put new tariffs on steel and aluminum. The Heritage Foundation’s Tori Whiting joins us to explain why that will drive up costs for basic products (soup cans, cars) and lead to the loss of thousands of jobs. Plus: We talk about the new robot, “Flippy,” working at a California burger joint.

At the Oscars Sunday night, host Jimmy Kimmel and others made sure to virtue-signal their “woke” bona fides–jabbing Mike Pence, promoting the March 24 march in support of gun control, and giving best foreign film to a movie about a transgender woman. Plus: President Trump’s latest remarks on tariffs, and the Parkland survivor the media isn’t covering.

As the West Virginia teachers strike continues, Mary Clare Anselem joins us to explain how teachers could make significantly higher salaries if the unions would stop preventing performance pay. Plus: We discuss the unsurprising fact that left-wing groups are getting involved with the Parkland students, and Sen. Marco Rubio’s new proposal on school safety.

Today we discuss the legacy of “America’s pastor” with Jennifer Marshall of The Heritage Foundation. Plus: United has a double standard on the NRA and Planned Parenthood, and Vice President Mike is optimistic about the end of abortion.