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Live Action Founder and President Lila Rose started her undercover work as a teenager, posing as an underage victim of sexual abuse seeking an abortion — but with a camcorder hidden in her blouse to document her conversations with Planned Parenthood workers.Her undercover videos captured the attention of the nation, if not the world, prompting heavy scrutiny of the abortion giant and its practices.Since then, Live Action has amassed 6 million social media followers and 1.7 billion lifetime video views. And Live Action says their testing has found that Live Action’s content has changed the hearts of 43% of those the organization surveyed on abortion.I had the pleasure of sitting down with Rose for a Daily Signal interview, during which she shared that she had done a lot of acting in high school and found it natural to empathize with the plight of a girl grappling with an unexpected pregnancy and to pose as this victim, sent by her abuser to do away with the baby."I'm 15," Rose said she told the worker. "He's much older than me, 24. What do I do? I'm pregnant.""In the state of California, that should immediately trigger mandatory reporting," she explained. "But the Planned Parenthood worker, without blinking, told me to lie about my age in the paperwork to get a secret abortion, and no one would know anything."Rose believes the abortion industry wants to perpetuate negativity around motherhood."Planned Parenthood is not interested in women having their babies and they're certainly not doing anything to support those women," she said. "They're interested in women killing their children."But the Live Action founder also emphasized that modern society faces an existential crisis in which people fail to realize that true happiness comes from relationship with others."We're all seeking happiness, but we think we're going to find it in career or we're going to find it in fame or wealth or some sort of material thing when really it can only be found in people," she explained, noting that the ultimate person through which people will find happiness is God. "And so we reject our own children because they're a threat to happiness when really they're actually a key to happiness."During the massive protesting that took place following the leak of the draft Supreme Court opinion indicating that Roe v. Wade would soon be overturned (and in the months since then) I have frequently heard pro-abortion protestors say that abortion is necessary to allow them to have consequence-free sex. Enjoy the show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today’s Daily Signal Top News, we break down: Senate hearing on FTX collapseDemocrat senator urged IRS, DOJ to target conservative groupsPresident Biden meets with French President Emmanuel Macron Apple backs down from banning Twitter on app storeSen. Elizabeth Warren comments on Musk’s Twitter changes Florida treasury to divest assets from BlackRock Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
More than 30 years ago, ordinary residents of China protested in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, where authorities reacted by reportedly killing at least 10,000.Sean Lin, who traveled to Beijing to attend those protests in 1989, recalls those events as “a historical moment in [China’s] modern history.”Lin, who served as a U.S. Army microbiologist and is currently an assistant professor in Fei Tian College’s Biomedical Science Department in Middletown, New York, recalls that “not only students actively joined the protests,” but “a lot of civilians from all walks of life all supported this movement.”“At the time, I think the main theme is anti-corruption because after the Cultural Revolution ended, the Communist Party allowed certain levels of economy reform,” Lin says. “So, many of the party elites quickly get rich using their privilege, using their powers.”He added: “So, immediately, the Chinese people see the society become polarized … I think it triggered a huge anger against the corruption level at the time.”Lin brings this frame of reference to discussing the ongoing unrest in China triggered after at least 10 persons died and at least nine were hurt last Thursday in an apartment fire in northwestern China’s Xinjiang region during the nation’s COVID-19 lockdown. “I think at that time in the 1980s, people definitely were very, very angry and upset about the corruption level. But at that time, nobody even … call for a step-down of the Communist Party,” Lin says. “But now, 33 years later, I think people are totally disappointed and [have] totally lost any confidence in the Communist Party.” Lin joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to talk about his experience during the Tiananmen Square protests, his thoughts on the Biden administration’s response to the current protests in China, and his message to those protesting. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today’s Daily Signal Top News, we break down: Rep. Hakeem Jeffries is replacing Rep. Nancy PelosiChina vows to crackdown on protestsSo-called “Respect for Marriage” Act passesCNN begins layoffs Twitter’s COVID-19 misinformation policy endsSouth Dakota bans state government workers from using TikTok Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A newly elected official in Missouri says his emphasis in his role as state auditor will be to focus on combating left-wing "environmental, social, and governance"—or "ESG"—policies with respect to investments. "Well, as the state treasurer, I've gained ... a lot more exposure to ESG issue than pretty much anybody in elected office in Missouri. So, I will try to at least use that knowledge that I've gained, and that experience that I have being on the board of the [state] pension plan and working on these issues, to help," Missouri State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick, who was elected this month as the state's next auditor, told The Daily Signal. He will take his new office on Jan. 9."There's going to be legislation in Missouri this coming session dealing with ESG issues and proxy voting, and things like that. So, as somebody who's been very involved in that conversation at the board level on a pension plan, as well as having been exposed to it a lot through my engagements with the State Financial Officers Foundation, with [The Heritage Foundation], with you guys, the stuff that I've been able to learn, I'm going to be a part of that legislative process in helping develop that legislation," Fitzpatrick said. (The Daily Signal is the news outlet of The Heritage Foundation.)The incoming Missouri state auditor explained why he's against the use of environmental, social, and governance policies.Fitzpatrick explained: Essentially, the reason I am against ESG being used as a tool for investing purposes is because it prioritizes nonfinancial factors in investment decisions, and how you're managing people's investments, over those financial—or what we call pecuniary—factors that should be the priority when you're managing somebody else's money and have a responsibility to them to generate the best return possible on their investment.Fitzpatrick, a Republican, joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to discuss why he is against those environmental, social, and governance policies; how he will continue his work combating those policies as state auditor; and why he thinks he was able to flip the auditor's seat, which had been held by a Democrat for nearly seven years.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today’s Daily Signal Top News, we break down: President Biden calls on Congress to act and avoid rail strikes A candlelight vigil held on Monday to honor the victims of China’s “zero-COVID” policyFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis weighing in on Apple potentially banning Twitter from the app store Rep. Kevin McCarthy discusses on speakership A non-binary Biden administration official was charged with stealing a woman’s luggage Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
An apartment fire in Urumqi, China, left at least 10 dead and injured at least nine others on Nov. 24, sparking nationwide and global protests against the Chinese Communist Party’s “zero-COVID” policy. “It was really sparked by the fire in Urumqi. So, China has sort of a practice in its ‘zero-COVID’ policy of when it locks down cities or buildings,” said Michael Cunningham, a research fellow in The Heritage Foundation’s Asian Studies Center. (The Daily Signal is the news outlet of The Heritage Foundation.)“Lots of times it’ll erect barricades or sometimes even lock or weld people inside. And so, we’re not sure if any of that happened, but there’s a public perception that that was probably the case, and that that’s one of the reasons why so many people died in that fire,” he said.Cunningham also discussed what the protesters are risking by speaking out against the communist regime. “Well, the protestors are risking everything. The [Chinese Communist Party] is an extremely powerful and an extremely brutal regime. It does not accept any dissent. So, I have to say, protests are not unheard of in China. They’re actually quite common, but they’re usually against local officials,” he explained.“And so the stakes there aren’t nearly as high as when you’re literally standing up as some protesters have and said the [Chinese Communist Party] and [President] Xi Jinping have to go. Or when they’re standing up and saying, ‘No more totalitarianism. We want democracy,’ which is what we heard in some of the protests, as well, over the weekend,” Cunningham added. Cunningham joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to discuss the ongoing civil unrest throughout China and protests around the world, the likelihood that Xi could be ousted, and the Vatican’s criticism of the Chinese Communist Party. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today’s Daily Signal Top News, we break down: Protests break out in China over the weekend over severe COVID-19 lockdown measures.The Buffalo, New York gunman, who killed 10 people in May, pleads guilty. The Senate holds a vote on the so-called Respect for Marriage Act. A transgender activist is hired as a chaplais at a children’s hospital, The Federalist Reports. The White House announced its Christmas decor theme Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
At a time when many conservatives are fed up with woke corporations and seeking alternatives, Ridgeline Research is offering an investment option that boycotts 29 companies hostile to conservatives.The American Conservative Values ETF (ticker symbol: ACVF) was created to help conservatives avoid putting their money in an index fund, a mutual fund, or an exchange-traded fund at odds with their values. We first told you about ACVF two years ago on “The Daily Signal Podcast.” Today, Ridgeline Research President Tom Carter brings us up to speed on the latest developments.Disclaimer: Neither The Heritage Foundation nor The Daily Signal provides investment advice. All material in this interview is presented solely as educational information, not as an endorsement of Ridgeline Research or ACVF. We recommend that you seek the advice of a financial advisor in connection with all investment matters.  There are risks associated with any investment, and past performance is not indicative of future results.Listen to other podcasts from The Daily Signal: https://www.dailysignal.com/podcasts/Get daily conservative news you can trust from our Morning Bell newsletter: DailySignal.com/morningbellsubscriptionListen to more Heritage podcasts: https://www.heritage.org/podcastsSign up for The Agenda newsletter—the lowdown on top issues conservatives need to know about each week: https://www.heritage.org/agenda Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We have all heard lots of stories about the Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving, but the true religious roots of the holiday are often overlooked. On today's show, we talk with Adam Carrington, Hillsdale College associate professor of politics, about the history of Thanksgiving, and how freedom and a spirit of Thanksgiving work in tandem together.Enjoy the show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The U.S. Senate is considering legislation that could have dire consequences for religious freedom. The so-called Respect for Marriage Act goes beyond codifying same-sex marriage in federal law to make the acceptance of gay marriage compulsory. “The so-called Respect for Marriage Act will just simply lead to more attacks on Americans' religious liberty,” says Jay Richards, a senior research fellow at The Heritage Foundation. (The Daily Signal is the news outlet of The Heritage Foundation.)Richards joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to discuss the bill and why it poses a threat to Christian organizations and anyone else who holds to a traditional view of marriage. Enjoy the show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today’s Daily Signal Top News, we break down: Dr. Fauci’s last White House briefing before retirement Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s trip to the southern borderPotential retribution to Senators who voted for Sen. Rick Scott over Sen. Mitch McConnell Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo labels Randi Weingarten as “the most dangerous person in the world” Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Donald Trump’s Twitter account has been restored to him. The former president's Twitter account is one of several high-profile ones to be resurrected following entrepreneur Elon Musk's takeover of the social media platform."I think [with] Musk getting in and seeing what was happening behind the scenes, he realized pretty quickly that the content moderation rules that had been put in place by the previous regimes were actually completely arbitrary," Jake Denton, research associate in The Heritage Foundation's Tech Policy Center, says. (The Daily Signal is Heritage's multimedia news organization.)Denton joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to discuss what Musk has changed at Twitter as well as the bankruptcy filing of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX. Enjoy the show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today’s Daily Signal Top News, we break down: House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says, if given the opportunity, he will block three Democrats from joining any committees in the next Congress. The man who shot up an LGBTQ night club over the weekend faces multiple murder and hate crime charges. A group of doctors and medical organizations sue the Food and Drug Administration over approval of chemical abortion drugs.President Joe Biden makes political jokes while pardoning two turkeys at the White House. Disney fires its CEO and brings back former CEO Robert Iger. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ken Timmerman is author of a new book, “And the Rest Is History: Tales of Hostages, Arms Dealers, Dirty Tricks, and Spies.”As a longtime investigative reporter and war correspondent, Timmerman has a unique take on the news media given his own journey from the political Left to the Right during his lifetime. We discuss his experiences in hostile places like the Middle East as well as newsrooms in America. He also offers his take on the current state of journalism.Listen to other podcasts from The Daily Signal: https://www.dailysignal.com/podcasts/Get daily conservative news you can trust from our Morning Bell newsletter: DailySignal.com/morningbellsubscriptionListen to more Heritage podcasts: https://www.heritage.org/podcastsSign up for The Agenda newsletter—the lowdown on top issues conservatives need to know about each week: https://www.heritage.org/agenda Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today’s Daily Signal Top News, we break down: Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-NY, is running for House Minority Leader. Biden administration asks Supreme Court to move forward with student loan forgiveness plan.Virginia lawmaker introduces bill requiring state schools base sports teams on biological sex rather than gender.Rep. Ronny Jac Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dallas Jenkins was considering hanging up his filmmaking hat after his movie “The Resurrection of Gavin Stone” bombed at the box office in 2017. “I got to a place that weekend where I didn't know if I would ever make another movie again,” Jenkins says. “When you have a failure, it's hard to find people who are eager and willing to finance your next venture.”  With the support of his church, the film director decided to jump back into making a short movie about the birth of Christ. It was a hit. “Long story short, that short film ended up being the catalyst … [for] 16,000 people all over the world investing over $10 million into season one of “The Chosen,” and the rest is history,” Jenkins says. “The Chosen,” based on the Gospels, is a streaming dramatic series that follows the ministry of Jesus and his disciples. Episodes from season one and two have been streamed over 400 million times. On Nov. 18, episodes one and two of the third season of “The Chosen” will premiere in theaters. “Season three is kind of this transition moment of the disciples going, 'Yay, we're officially Jesus' apostles. Why aren't things awesome?' They have to wrestle with that, and I think the viewer does too,” Jenkins says. Jenkins joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to discuss creation of the series and the greatest challenges he and the cast faced in filming season three.Find out how to watch "The Chose" here. Enjoy the show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today’s Daily Signal Top News, we break down: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has led the House Democratic Conference for almost two decades. Today, she announced she is stepping down from the role. Now that Republicans have control of the House, they plan to investigate President Joe Biden’s involvement in his son Hunter’s business dealings. Hispanic voters believe the U.S. government should do more to enforce immigration laws, according to new polling data.  San Francisco is launching a pilot program to provide a guaranteed income to the city’s transgender community. The Philadelphia District Attorney has been impeached. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It’s been a little more than a week since the 2022 midterm elections.The Republican Party is projected to win a narrow majority in the U.S. House of Representatives, while the final partisan split of the U.S. Senate remains up in the air after the Georgia Senate race advanced to a runoff election, to be held on Dec. 6. The 118th Congress is set to convene on Jan. 3, and a trio of incoming freshmen—Reps.-elect Laurel Lee, R-Fla.; Josh Brecheen, R-Okla.; and Erin Houchin, R-Ind.—shared with The Daily Signal what they are most hopeful for as they prepare to head to Washington, D.C.Listen to other podcasts from The Daily Signal: https://www.dailysignal.com/podcasts/Get daily conservative news you can trust from our Morning Bell newsletter: DailySignal.com/morningbellsubscription Listen to more Heritage podcasts: https://www.heritage.org/podcastsSign up for The Agenda newsletter — the lowdown on top issues conservatives need to know about each week: https://www.heritage.org/agenda  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today’s Daily Signal Top News, we break down:Former President Donald Trump is running for president again Sen. Mitch McConnell wins re-election for the Senate Minority Leadership position The latest updates on Title 42The Senate advances the so-called ‘Respect for Marriage Act’ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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mamaT

I absolutely love the independent media. Otherwise, we would never know what's going on in this country. And what is going on is a sin

Sep 21st
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TJ Mitchell

Thank you for calling out Canada, it has had many or more of the same hate laws as the UK and has more than a decade of extra-judicial penalties against speech or writing even by journalists. It has definitely chilled public discourse on some controversial topics.

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Denny Gomez

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