Does the Nunes memo prove a pattern of bias at the FBI and have implications for Robert Mueller’s probe of Russia and President Trump? The Heritage Foundation’s John Malcolm joins us to answer those questions and more, as well as talk about what we can expect to see in a forthcoming Inspector General report about how the FBI handled the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails. Plus: the Super Bowl star who’s embracing the power of failure, and the latest news from the White House about the future of DACA recipients.

What will happen if people are given $6,000 a year … to do nothing? The city of Stockton in California is testing that out. Robert Rector, a senior fellow at The Heritage Foundation and welfare expert, explains what happened when five U.S. cities tried universal basic income in the ’70s. Plus: The New York Times reports on people afraid to have kids because of climate change, and a new study shows that 3% of Minnesota teens are transgender or gender non-conforming.

President Donald Trump gave a unifying first State of the Union speech–and while most Americans loved it, some on the left are losing it. We cover their inane reactions. Plus: did Trump’s message on immigration get through to the general public when he finally got a chance to talk to them directly last night, not through the media? The Daily Signal’s Rob Bluey joins us to discuss.

The Heritage Foundation’s John-Michael Seibler joins us to discuss President Trump’s reference to criminal justice reform in the State of the Union speech–and tell us how Texas slashed the number of prisoners, while lowering crime. Plus: MSNBC turns on “Fire and Fury” author Michael Wolff, and a statue of Columbus is kicked out of a California town.

On Sunday, the Grammys–and Hillary Clinton–embraced the work of shoddy journalist Michael Wolff, who suggested that U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley was engaging in an affair with President Trump, without evidence. So much for treating women well. The Daily Signal’s Kelsey Harkness joins us to discuss that, Alec Baldwin’s defense of alleged child molester Woody Allen, and the New York Times report that Hillary Clinton kept an adviser accused of sexual harassment.

The White House immigration plan would give legal status to 1.8 million illegal immigrants, spend $25 billion on border security, and change our legal immigration system. The Heritage Foundation’s David Inserra joins us to analyze the plan. Plus: we talk about how a vote on late-term abortion Monday showed the extremism of too many Democrats.

Lindsey Burke, an education expert at The Heritage Foundation, joins us to discuss why parents love school choice options like education savings accounts, and a her push to allow military families to choose their children’s education. Plus: As the good news about tax reform keeps coming, liberals are saying a $1,000 isn’t that much.

The sulking over the 2016 election sure isn’t over! Democrats are now abandoning President Trump’s first State of the Union. Plus: we talk about the bonuses liberal companies are giving because of tax reform, the news that Cecile Richards is stepping down from Planned Parenthood, and the powerful personal stories of the women who don’t support abortion even in cases of rape.

The Daily Signal’s Kelsey Harkness attended both the Women’s March and the March for Life, and she joins us to discuss the differences between the two marches. We also cover Hollywood’s flirtation with a female James Bond, National School Choice week, and CNN’s incredibly biased questioning of a Trump administration official.

The Heritage Foundation’s Marie Fishpaw joins us to discuss why it’s not enough for Republicans to repeal the rest of Obamacare. There’s more to be done–and these solutions would lower health care costs. Plus: we cover the end of the government shutdown, elephants, and Dan Rather’s new gig.

Today we discuss whether we’re about to see the return of earmarks. Rachel del Guidice joins us to share her exclusive interview with Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., and what he had to say on the topic. Plus: we talk about the women who have left the abortion industry; how the United Kingdom now has, no joke, a government official to deal with loneliness; and the MSNBC correspondent who fell for fake news and called a conservative pundit a racist.

A new report from the Trump administration shows that three-quarters of terrorists are foreign-born. Should that affect our immigration policy? The Heritage Foundation’s David Inserra joins us to weigh in, as well as to discuss a new immigration bill that includes some conservative priorities. Plus: Do you have a mental illness if you take lots of selfies?

Susan B. Anthony List’s Mallory Quigley joins us to discuss pro-life priorities in 2018, and why the March for Life, happening this Friday and featuring a live video from President Trump, matters. Plus: a fashion designer’s flirtation with skirts for men, and Sen. Jeff Flake compares Trump to Stalin.

Genevieve Wood, Jarrett Stepman, Ginny Montalbano are here to share the top ten stories of the week.

Jarrett Stepman joins us on today’s podcast to talk about the history and original purpose of the 25th amendment, and the long history in the United States of fake news — and what the Founders thought about it. Plus: we talk about how a new sugar tax in Seattle has people fuming at Costco and  a beautiful moment where hundreds of men showed up to be “dads” for kids who needed one .

The Federalist’s David Harsanyi joins us today to discuss why Google is presenting “fact checks” to some conservative news sites like The Federalist and The Daily Caller, but not to other sites which have gotten issues wrong, such as CNN. Plus: we talk about whether Democrats are embarrassed about their tax reform “no” votes in light of all the bonuses and wage increases, and Meghan McCain’s fiery interview with Michael Wolff, author of “Fire and Fury.”

Former Google employee James Damore is suing Google, accusing the tech giant of discrimination against conservatives and whites. The Heritage Foundation’s Mike Gonzalez joins us to discuss that lawsuit, Silicon Valley’s diversity problem, and why the Census should stop dividing Americans into six ethnic categories. Plus: President Trump shows his love for the national anthem, and the author of “Fire and Fury” won’t release the tape recordings.

With government spending soon to run out, some lawmakers want to attach a DACA “fix” to must-pass legislation. Heritage legal expert Hans von Spakovsky discusses why any notion of renewing DACA should be a non-starter. We also hear from Hans about why a promising election fraud commission was suddenly shut down by the president. Plus: The black unemployment rate hits a new low, a top Trump adviser makes an unwelcome splash at CNN, and speculation abounds over whether Oprah will run against Trump in 2020.

We discuss how Reps. Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan suggested in an op-ed in the Washington Examiner today it might be time for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign, due to his inability to stop leaks to the media as well as the FBI”s lack of cooperation with a congressional investigation of the dossier. And The Heritage Foundation’s Jim Phillips joins us to discuss whether this time, the protests in Iran can overthrow the current regime. Plus: the latest on President Donald Trump’s fight against an upcoming book about his administration, and Sessions’ move that’s concerning marijuana advocates.

A new report from Planned Parenthood shows profits are up, and the number of abortions far outpace the number of prenatal services given. We discuss with The Heritage Foundation’s Melanie Israel, an expert in the pro-life area. Plus: France threatens to crack down on “fake news.”