Thousands of American car dealers are petitioning the Biden Administration to ease its overbearing regulations on the sale of electric vehicles (EVs). Heritage Director for the Center of Energy, Climate, and the Environment Diana Furchtgott-Roth explains what the administration is doing and how we should respond. 

On October 7, Hamas terrorists killed 1200 people in their attack on Israel. They also took about 240 hostages. A recent hostage exchange continues to raise questions about those hostages, why they were taken, what they’re experiencing, and how different powers around the world are responding to this crisis. Heritage Vice President of the Davis Institute for International Security Victoria Coates once again joins the podcast to explain. 

Are you ready for this year’s awkward dinner table political discussion? If not, don’t worry. Dr. Kevin Roberts joins the podcast to talk about why Thanksgiving is still important for Americans and how conservatives should approach this special holiday. 

Newly elected Speaker of the House Mike Johnson is promoting a plan to avoid a government shutdown and Senate Democrats are moving to get around Senator Tommy Tuberville’s principled stand against the Biden DOD. Heritage Vice President of Government Affairs Eric Teetsel explains. 

Entrepreneurs and innovators attain success by providing services that other people value. So why does there seem to be suspicion towards a free market and success within it? Heritage budget expert Richard Stern and former Carl’s Jr. CEO Andy Puzder explain. 

The election of Mike Johnson, R-La., as Speaker of the House has set a new legislative agenda in Congress. Richard Stern joins Heritage Explains once again to talk about what’s getting passed and why it’s important. 

The October 7th Hamas attacks have exposed an ugly wave of antisemitism in America’s universities and elite institutions. Heritage Research Fellow Jason Bedrick explains what antisemitism is (and is not) and what we can do about it.

According to them, DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) bureaucrats make institutions more fair and just for everyone. But, research suggests that the opposite is likely true. This has become especially obvious to Americans in the wake of Hamas’ vicious attacks on Israel. Jay Greene explains the connection. 

The devastating terrorist attacks in Israel have rocked the world. Heritage Director of the Center for National Defense and Israel Expert Robert Greenway explains what has happened and what we should do. 

Left-wing media seems to be up in arms lately over Heritage’s Presidential Transition Project, better known as Project 2025. What is actually going on? Assistant Director Spencer Chretien explains. 

There is a trend on the internet of women asking the men in their lives a historical question: How often do you think about the Roman Empire? They’re surprised by the answer. Heritage Vice President Roger Severino explains why you should care. 

Javier Miel, a controversial conservative member of the Argentine government, is a favorite to win the Argentine presidential election this fall. Why should Americans care about who he is and what he stands for? Heritage Vice President Victoria Coates and Visiting Fellow Joseph Humire explain. 

Whenever there is a major weather event, such as the wildfires in Hawaii in August, leftists are quick to blame climate change and push “green” policy. But this approach is fraught with problems. Heritage’s Director of the Center for Energy, Climate, and the Environment, Diana Furchtgott-Roth, explains. 

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal law that prohibits sex-based discrimination in schools. It is currently under attack by the Biden Administration, who wants to remove protections for biological women in sports and other opportunities. Sarah Parshall Perry explains why this is happening and what we can expect in the future. 

Following last summer’s reversal of Roe vs. Wade, the Department of Defense is providing free transportation and lodging for service members seeking abortions. Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) has pledged to block appointments of military officials until this situation is resolved. Why is he doing this? We spoke with Cody Sargent and Mike Gonzalez to find out. 

In August of 2021, the Biden Administration botched the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, leading to needless chaos and bloodshed. Heritage Vice President Victoria Coates sat down with Jerry Dunleavy and James Hasson to discuss their new book: Kabul: The Untold Story of Biden’s Fiasco and the American Warriors Who Fought to the End.

In July, the White House culled about 30% of the “hard passes” that allowed reporters into daily

White House briefings. This week, we spoke to veteran White House Reporter Fred Lucas and Daily Signal Executive Editor Rob Bluey to find out what’s going on.  

The Southern Poverty Law Center has turned itself into a left-wing smear factory. How did it get that way and what’s the goal? We sat down with Daily Signal Managing Editor Tyler O’Neil to find out. 

So how does the government actually decide how to spend your tax money? And why should you care? We sit down with the Director of the Grover M. Hermann Center for the Federal Budget at The Heritage Foundation to find out. 

Is there currently a need for ethics reform at the Supreme Court? Heritage Senior Legal Fellow Tom Jipping explains what’s really going on at the highest court in the land.