Dr. Lee Gross, president of Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation, joins us to explain his practice, where he charges patients a flat fee of $60 a month–and ensures they get competitive prices on procedures his office can’t do as well. Plus: a new survey of college students suggest Republicans are more tolerant than Democrats.

The Daily Signal’s Kelsey Harkness joins us today to discuss how Obama-era policies on school discipline affected children from one Baltimore family, with one son suicidal and a daughter dealing with sexual harassment. Plus: The Parkland teens announce a nationwide tour to promote gun control.

The Heritage Foundation’s Emilie Kao joins us to discuss the Supreme Court ruling Monday on the case of Jack Phillips, a Christian baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding. Plus: Bill Clinton gets defensive about Monica Lewinsky and the #MeToo movement.

On today’s edition of The Daily Signal podcast, Rob Bluey and Ginny Montalbano review the week’s top news.

We feature an exclusive interview with Marc Morano, author of the new book “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change,” which debunks several major climate change myths. Morano’s goal is to help conservatives better articulate climate change and the scientific justification behind policy moves to a larger audience.

President Donald Trump signed three executive orders last week that are poised to have a big impact on government bureaucrats. The Daily Signal’s Jarrett Stepman joins us to explain. Plus: the sad reason some are turning to homeschooling.

No, 1,500 illegal immigrant minors aren’t “lost.” But even so, things at the border aren’t great. The Heritage Foundation’s David Inserra joins us to break it down. Plus: Does Roseanne’s cancellation prove that there’s a double standard on TV networks?

The Heritage Foundation’s Monica Burke joins us to discuss Ireland’s vote Friday on whether to repeal an amendment that banned legalizing abortion. We chat about the myths surrounding the vote, including that women’s health is dependent on legalized abortion. Plus: Starbucks across the nation closed today for racial sensitivity training.

On today’s edition of The Daily Signal podcast, Rob Bluey and Ginny Montalbano review the week’s top news.

We feature an exclusive interview with Salena Zito and Brad Todd, co-authors of the new book “The Great Revolt: Inside the Populist Coalition Reshaping American Politics”. Their book explores who the Trump voters are, what motivated them during the election, and what they can tell us about the future.

Jonathan V. Last, author of “What to Expect When No One’s Expecting,” joins us to discuss how birth rates have fallen to a record low in modern times in the United States–and what that means for our future. Plus: We discuss Ireland’s abortion referendum.

“When I ran for office, I pledged to stand for life. And as president, that’s exactly what I’ve done,” says President Trump. Mallory Quigley of the pro-life organization Susan B. Anthony List joins us to discuss Trump’s record on life. Plus: A Yale student wrote an op-ed explaining how being in foster care made him a conservative.

Antonia Okafor is now a gun rights supporter and political commentator. But in college, she found her political beliefs shifting from left to right. She explains what happened. Plus: a new study indicates that political correctness may have helped President Trump win the election.

Against the wishes of House GOP leadership, some Republican lawmakers are working with Democrats to force a vote on controversial immigration legislation. The Heritage Foundation’s Tommy Binion explains. Plus: Classical music can change people’s behavior–and public spaces are taking advantage of this.

On today’s edition of The Daily Signal podcast, Rob Bluey and Ginny Montalbano review the week’s top news.

We feature an exclusive interview with Henry Darwin, the EPA’s Chief of Operations. He speaks about the new Office of Continuous Improvement and how EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is implementing a lean management system to a government agency known for its expansive reach. We also share some of our favorite letters from you, and highlight an underreported story out of Illinois where a school resource officer heroically saved lives. Your letter could be featured next week; write us at letters@dailysignal.com. Enjoy the show!

The farm bill, which the House is expected to vote on Friday, is full of subsidies and government handouts that should alarm conservatives. The Heritage Foundation’s Daren Bakst joins us to explain. Plus: What Tuesday’s primary results says about the future of the Democratic party.

The Seattle City Council passed a measure Monday that will require big companies to pay a $275 per full-time employee head tax. The Daily Signal’s Jarrett Stepman, who was just in Seattle, joins us to discuss the city council’s move–and the fury from liberal-leaning companies like Starbucks. Plus: People are turning off their TVs. We ponder whether that’s good or bad.

As tens of thousands of Palestinians protest, the U.S. opens its new embassy in Jerusalem. The Heritage Foundation’s Jim Phillips, a senior research fellow who focuses in Middle Eastern affairs, explains the significance–and what impact it could have on peace in the Middle East. Plus: popular music site Spotify partners with the Southern Poverty Law Center, known for lumping in social conservatives with the KKK, to police music content.

On today’s edition of The Daily Signal podcast, Rob Bluey and Ginny Montalbano review the week’s top news.

We feature an exclusive interview with Jim Pinkerton, former co-chairman of the RATE coalition, about the success of President Trump’s tax cuts and how left-wing groups are plotting to repeal them if Democrats take control of Congress. We also share some of our favorite letters from you, and highlight a touching story out of Parkland, Florida.

Joining us today is Tim Winter, president of the Parents Television Council. Winter explains how Netflix and other new media technologies have made it harder than ever for parents to monitor their kids’ media consumption. Yet now media is promoting, in addition to sex and violence, suicide, making it crucial for parents to be involved. Plus: President Trump floats the idea of taking away the media’s credentials.

Talk about a result: months after highlighting Otto Warmbier’s parents at the State of the Union, President Trump was able to announce the release of three American prisoners from North Korea. The Heritage Foundation’s Olivia Enos joins us to discuss. Plus: a high school decides to eliminate standards for its cheerleading squads after a student complains.

President Donald Trump is asking Congress to approve a $15 billion package of spending cuts, much of which would apply to money that was authorized years ago and never spent. The Heritage Foundation’s Justin Bogie joins us to discuss. Plus: There’s now a Silicon Valley company that will make up rituals for secular people.