The Supreme Court recently announced that it will hear an appeal for a case involving a memorial cross. This large cross stands in an open field in Bladensburg, Maryland, and commemorates the sacrifice of 49 local servicemen who gave their lives in World War I. We talk with Jeremy Dys of First Liberty, the organization which is defending the memorial against the American Humanist Association.

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On today’s show we feature an interview with Sebastian Gorka, former deputy assistant to President Donald Trump and author of the new book, “Why We Fight: Defeating America’s Enemies—With No Apologies.”

Gorka breaks down the most serious threats to American security and how Trump is combatting them. We also discuss Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings remade the Republican Party. Plus, Gorka’s analysis of immigration, the dangers of socialism, and his first encounter with Trump.

What do young black leaders really think about President Donald Trump? And what do they think about conservativism? The Daily Signal’s Troy Worden went to Turning Point USA’s Young Black Leaders Summit, and reports back on his conversations with attendees. Plus: Starbucks is releasing its holiday cups Nov. 2–but isn’t it too early to already be celebrating Christmas?

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Glamour magazine announces its women of the year–and surprise, surprise, not a single woman on the list is on the right. You may have heard that Ben and Jerry’s has released a new anti-Trump ice cream, but did you know they’re also supporting the Women’s March financially, despite the group’s concerning ties with Louis Farrakhan, known for anti-Semitic comments? Plus: One writer at a liberal feminist site is annoyed with Chip Gaines saying he’d like a sixth kid. Kelsey Harkness and Bre Payton join us, for the first time bringing their “Problematic Women” segment to our podcast.

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The Supreme Court has never actually ruled on whether the children of illegal immigrants born here are citizens or not. Amy Swearer, a legal analyst at The Heritage Foundation, joins us on the podcast to share that fact and more about the history of birthright citizenship in the US, and whether it’s appropriate for President Trump to use an executive order to declare that children of illegal immigrants born here aren’t citizens. Plus: We talk about the best Halloween movies.

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Joel Griffith, who chairs the Washington, D.C. chapter of Young Jewish Conservatives and is a research fellow at The Heritage Foundation, discusses the terrible shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue this weekend, its politicization, and the promotion of the BDS movement and other anti-Israel initiatives at colleges. Plus: Nancy Pelosi’s daughter, Alexandra Pelosi, is out with a new documentary on fans of President Donald Trump.

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On today’s show we feature an interview with Kathryn Jean Lopez, a senior fellow at National Review Institute and an editor-at-large of National Review. We discuss how the National Review Institute is carrying on the legacy of the late William F. Buckley, founder of National Review and host of “Firing Line.”

Lopez spoke at The Heritage Foundation’s recent event honoring the life of J.J. Hanson, an opponent of physician-assisted suicide. Afterward, she spoke to The Daily Signal about how Hanson’s story is an alternative to that practice. We also discuss the new movie “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer,” media bias, and why so many young people are supporting socialism.

The nations of Africa have a long memory of European colonialism, and those memories are not good. Colonialism left in the 1960s, but one pro-life activist says it’s back in the form of pro-abortion ideology. Today we sit down with Nigerian activist Obianuju Ekeocha to discuss how Western nations are importing socially liberal values into Africa.

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One out of four deaths in America are from cancer, and every year, over half a million of our citizens lose their battle with cancer. Terminal illness has provoked a debate over assisted suicide: whether it should be allowed, and what it means to truly protect human dignity. We speak to Kristen Hanson, who lost her husband, J.J., to brain cancer last year. Plus: College students were so upset over the 2016 election results a considerable portion are at risk for developing PTSD.

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What do drag queens want with your kids? We look at a school controversy over what’s appropriate for kids, and what’s not.

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The murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is raising new questions about the U.S.-Saudi alliance. We talk to Jim Phillips of The Heritage Foundation about what the U.S. should do, now that the Saudis have admitted Khashoggi is dead. Plus: We debate whether buying a lottery ticket is a good life decision.

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On today’s show we feature an interview with Eric Bolling, host of the CRTV show “America.” Bolling spoke at The Heritage Foundation’s recent President’s Club meeting. Afterward, he sat down with The Daily Signal to discuss his career, the economy, NeverTrump Republicans, and more.

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The federal government has done a 180 under the Trump administration, with agencies cutting regulations and giving states more power. And no one’s happier about that than Republican governors. Gov. Matt Bevin of Kentucky shares about his experience leading his state under President Barack Obama, and then President Donald Trump. We’ll bring you that interview shortly. Plus: In the age of #MeToo, Snow White is coming under new scrutiny.

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When things got ugly for Brett Kavanaugh, Lindsey Graham was one of his most forceful defenders. The South Carolina senator sat down to share his thinking with our editor-in-chief Rob Bluey. The interview took place at President’s Club, an annual gathering hosted by The Heritage Foundation — we’ll play it for you in this episode. Plus: We’ll take a look at the trick-or-treating and how some localities are banning teenagers from participating.

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Despite the rancor, President Donald Trump has been extremely effective at getting judges confirmed. Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh sit on the Supreme Court, and 29 of his nominees have been confirmed as circuit judges. In today’s episode, Rob Bluey sits down with Attorney General Jeff Sessions to discuss the direction of American courts. Plus: A new study shows Americans feel strong pressure to keep their mouths shut in public.

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Betsy DeVos received heaps of scorn from the left when she became education secretary, but since taking office last year, she’s accomplished much—and given a good deal of power back to the states. In this episode, Rob Bluey, our editor in chief, sits down with DeVos to talk about the progress being made. We also talk to Morgan Walker about what it’s like to be at a major Trump rally.

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On today’s show, we feature an interview with David Harsanyi, author of the new book, “First Freedom: A Ride Through America’s Enduring History with the Gun.” Harsanyi is a senior editor at The Federalist and is a nationally syndicated columnist whose column appears weekly on The Daily Signal.

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A Toronto hospital unveiled a new plan for how to terminate the lives of terminally ill kids—with or without parental consent. Monica Burke joins us to discuss the disturbing development. We also discuss a landmark ruling for religious liberty in Britain.

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A new study reveals Americans know little about their own history, and our own Jarrett Stepman joins us to discuss the implications–and how to fix it. Plus: Sen. Rand Paul warns that when it comes to our political climate, the worst may be yet to come.

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One of the left’s major strategies was to pit women against Brett Kavanaugh — and to label women who supported him as traitors to their gender. We discuss with two women who marched on Capitol Hill to defend Kavanaugh. Plus: We debate the new movie, “A Star Is Born.”

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