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Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Wednesday, August 4, 20214:20 pm: Molly Davis, Policy Analyst for the Libertas Institute, joins the program to discuss a recent poll showing Utah residents are very much in favor of the EQUAL Act, which would eliminate sentencing disparities for some drug cases4:38 pm: Stacey Matthews, who writes under the name Sister Toldjah, joins the show to discuss her piece for RedState about why so many people dislike Megan Rapinoe of the U.S. Women’s Soccer team6:05 pm: Former Utah Speaker of the House Greg Hughes joins Rod for their weekly conversation about the wacky world of politics6:35 pm: Valerie Hudson, Professor of International Affairs at Texas A&M University, joins Rod to discuss her piece for the Deseret News in which she says women already do more for the country than men and women should not be made to register for Selective Service
4:20 pm: State Epidemiologist Leisha Nolen joins the program to discuss the K-12 Covid-19 recommendations the Utah Department of Health has released for schools to use as guidelines for the coming school year4:38 pm: Sunny Washington, President and CEO of the new Slopes Political Action Committee on the types of candidates the group is looking to support and the goals it wants to accomplish6:05 pm: Utah Senator Mike Lee joins Rod for their weekly conversation about what’s happening politically in Washington, D.C., and today they’ll discuss the amendment to the infrastructure bill that he has introduced titled “Pay Less, Build More”6:20 pm: Attorney and author Mike Ginsberg joins Rod to discuss the infrastructure deal that was revealed over the weekend, as well as his latest book, “Debt Bomb”6:35 pm: Republican strategist Liz Mair joins Rod to discuss how political groups attached to former President Donald Trump have raised $82 million so far in 2021 and how that could influence the 2022 election
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Monday, August 2, 20214:20 pm: Sarah Coyne, a Professor at the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University, joins the show for a conversation about the results of a recent study that shows the Disney “princess culture” isn’t toxic to children4:38 pm: Joseph Grenny, Chair of the Other Side Academy, joins the program to discuss the idea of a “tiny home village” in the Salt Lake Valley and possible roadblocks to making the village a reality5:05 pm: Deseret News Reporter Jennifer Graham joins the show to discuss how conservatives are being blamed for the low television ratings for the Summer Olympics6:05 pm: Senator Mike Lee joins Rod to discuss his opposition to the $1.2 trillion dollar infrastructure bill that was revealed to Congress on Sunday6:20 pm: Kim Frost, Executive Director of the Utah Clean Air Partnership joins Rod for a conversation about how the drought is turning the Great Salt Lake into a massive dust bin and how people can do their part to battle the drought6:35 pm: Charles Lipson, Professor International Politics at the University of Chicago and a contributor to Newsweek, joins the show to discuss his piece about the bizarre absence of Kamala Harris from the public eye
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Friday, July 30, 20214:20 pm: Jeffrey Tucker, author and contributor to Real Clear Markets, joins the program for a conversation about the Center for Disease Control’s flip flop on mask mandates over the Delta variant of the coronavirus could mean a full discretization of the organization4:38 pm: Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies joins Rod to discuss why he says the United States should withdraw from the United Nations refugee treaty because is the root of the current border crisis6:05 pm: David P. Carter, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Utah joins the show to discuss why he says in a Salt Lake Tribune op-ed piece that the options the Utah Department of Transportation has provided for helping solve transportation issues in Little Cottonwood Canyon are nothing more than taxpayer funded gifts to ski resorts6:20 pm: Katherine Supiano, Director of the Caring Connections program at the University of Utah joins Rod to discuss how to seek help when you’ve lost someone to suicide.The interview is part of the LIVE ON suicide prevention campaign6:35 pm: We will listen back to Rod’s conversations this week with Lavar Webb of Utah Policy on why you can get the Covid-19 vaccine and still be a good conservative, and (at 6:50 pm) with Utah County Clerk/Auditor Josh Daniels on what voters should know going in to the municipal elections
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Thursday, July 29, 20214:20 pm: Senator Mitt Romney joins Rod for a conversation about the $550 billion infrastructure bill, which the Senate has voted to take up, and that currently includes $3.3 billion for projects in Utah, including the Central Utah Project4:38 pm: Representative Mike Schultz joins Rod for a conversation about K-12 Covid-19 guidelines, what lawmakers have passed and what school districts and health agencies will be allowed to implement6:05 pm: Derek Miller, President of the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce, joins the program for a conversation about his piece for the Salt Lake Tribune in which he says money is losing its value and meaning6:20 pm: Amanda Prestigiacomo, staff writer for The Daily Wire, joins the show to discuss her piece about United States gymnast Simone Biles and why she says we shouldn’t cheer women who quit on their dreams6:35 pm: Chuck Donovan, President of the Charlotte Lozier Institute, joins the show to discuss the group’s analysis of European abortion laws showing most European countries limit abortions to before 15 weeks6:50 pm: John McCormack, Washington Correspondent for National Review, joins Rod to discuss how Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is facing yet another round of ridicule following a recent New York Times report about tips the FBI has received about Kavanaugh
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Wednesday, July 28, 20214:05 pm: Steve Moore, Chief Economist of the Heritage Foundation, joins the program live from the ALEC meetings for his weekly visit with Rod about politics and the nation’s economy4:20 pm: William Jacobson of Legal Insurrection joins the show from the ALEC meetings in downtown Salt Lake City to discuss the Supreme Court’s decision to take on an abortion case that challenges Roe v. Wade4:38 pm: Carson Jorgenson, Chair of the Utah Republican Party, joins Rod live from the ALEC meetings in Salt Lake City to discuss mask mandates, vaccines and making healthcare political5:05 pm: Jonathan Williams, Vice President and Chief Economist for the American Legislative Exchange Council joins Rod live from the ALEC meetings to discuss Utah’s well run economy and why other states aren’t so well run5:20 pm: Derek Brown, former chair of the Utah Republican Party, joins Rod from the ALEC meetings to discuss the state of the Republican Party and the future of the national GOP5:38 pm: Hans von Spakovsky, a Legal Analyst for the Heritage Foundation, joins the show live from the ALEC meetings to discuss mandatory vaccinations by employers, as well as election integrity6:05 pm: Former Utah Speaker of the House Greg Hughes joins Rod for their weekly conversation about the wacky world of politics6:35 pm: Pam Perlich, Director of Demographic Research for the Gardner Policy Institute at the University of Utah, joins the program to discuss how U.S. population growth has ground to a near halt and the economic impacts of that slowing
4:20 pm: Dakota Wood, a Senior Research Fellow with the Heritage Foundation, joins Rod to discuss why he says the infiltration of critical race theory into the military will only weaken the armed forces4:38 pm: Senator Mike Lee joins Rod for his weekly visit about what is happening in the nation’s capital and today they’ll discuss why Lee has asked the Supreme Court to abandon Roe v. Wade, the infrastructure bill and the January 6th Commission6:05 pm: Adam Andrzejewski, CEO and Founder of OpenTheBooks.com joins Rod to discuss how some Democratic mayors defunding the police while spending millions on personal security6:20 pm: Christopher Roach, an Adjunct Fellow for the Center for American Greatness, joins Rod for a conversation about why he says public skepticism about the coronavirus vaccine makes sense given the distrust in government6:35 pm: Daniel Buck, a secondary school English teacher and freelance author joins Rod to discuss his piece for National Review about what kids should be learning about American history
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Monday, July 26, 20214:05 pm: KUTV Meteorologist Sterling Poulson joins Rod to discuss dust storms, like the one that contributed to a 20-car pile-up killing eight people near Kanosh, their cause and how often they happen4:20 pm: Lavar Webb of Utah Policy joins Rod to discuss his piece for the Deseret News in which he says people can still be considered strong conservatives if they get vaccinated for Covid-194:38 pm: James Pinkerton of Breitbart joins the program for a conversation about how the New York Times, long considered one of the preeminent mouthpieces for the left, has now admitted that so-called “green jobs” won’t help rebuild the middle class as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris promised during their campaign6:05 pm: Utah Congressman Blake Moore joins Rod to discuss the Firesheds Act, a bipartisan effort to make changes to improve wildfire prevention efforts across the nation6:20 pm: Utah County Clerk-Auditor Josh Daniels joins Rod for a conversation about his piece for the Salt Lake Tribune in which he outlines what people should know heading into this year’s municipal elections6:35 pm: State Representative Timothy Hawkes, also General Counsel for the Great Salt Lake Brine Shrimp Cooperative, joins the show to discuss why he has had a change of mind about the Great Salt Lake and is now the legislature’s leading voice to save the lake
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Friday, July 23, 20214:20 pm: Utah Senate President Stuart Adams joins Rod to discuss the legislature’s disinterest in putting a mask mandate in place for Utah K-12 schools despite the recommendations of the CDC and local public health officials4:38 pm: Tori Black, a member of the board of United Families International, joins the program to discuss the results of the group’s recent survey about the Equality Act6:05 pm: University of Utah Law Professor Paul Cassell joins the show to discuss his recent op-ed piece in which he says people should support the police, but not in the case where a woman was charged with a hate crime for crumpling a “back the blue” sign6:20 pm: Stacey Lennox of PJ Media joins Rod for a conversation about the new generation of Republican candidates6:35 pm: We’ll listen back to Rod’s conversations this week with Brian Steed, Executive Director of the Utah Department of Natural Resources, about water managers having to dip into emergency reserves because of current drought conditions, and (at 6:50 pm) with Craig Buttars, Utah Commissioner of Agriculture and Food, about how the drought is forcing many Utah farmers to consider selling off their land
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Thursday, July 22, 20214:20 pm: University of Utah Virologist Dr. Stephen Goldstein joins the program to discuss why he says it is unlikely the covid-19 virus was leaked from a Wuhan, China laboratory4:38 pm: Author and veteran Kurt Schlichter joins the program to discuss his latest book “Crisis”5:05 pm: Dr. Marty Makary, author and professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, joins the show to discuss his piece for the Wall Street Journal about the flimsy evidence behind the CDC’s push to vaccinate kids6:05 pm: Chris Stigall, a podcast host and columnist at Townhall, joins Rod to discuss his latest piece where he says he is not anti-vaccine, however he is pro-questions6:20 pm: Salt Lake County Assessor Chris Stavros joins Rod for a conversation about property taxes and whether county residents should plan to see higher taxes based on the skyrocketing housing prices6:35 pm: Steve Moore, Chief Economist with the Heritage Foundation, joins Rod for their weekly conversation about politics and the nation’s economy
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Wednesday, July 21, 20214:20 pm:State Senator Mike McKell is once again planning to run a bill at the Utah Legislature that will combat the censorship of certain social media platforms and he joins Rod to discuss his plan4:38 pm: Liz Wolfe, Staff Editor for Reason.com, joins Rod to discuss her piece that says people should be excited about Jeff Bezos going to space because we stand to benefit from technologies developed for those trips6:05 pm: Former Utah Speaker of the House Greg Hughes joins Rod for their weekly conversation about the wacky world of politics6:35 pm: Nichole Cunha, Early Intervention/Crisis Program Administrator at the Utah Dept. of Human Services Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health joins the show to discuss treatment for those who have attempted, or are thinking of attempting, suicide
4:20pm:John Tierney, Contributing Editor to the City Journal joins the program to discuss his piece in which he says the fearmongering from journalists, scientists and politicians did more damage than the actual virus during the pandemic4:38 pm: Richard Samuelson, a History Professor at California State University at Santa Barbara, joins the program to discuss his piece for Real Clear Politics in which he ponders what we should be teaching kids about racism, slavery and Jim Crow6:05 pm: Jeffrey Lord of American Spectator joins Rod for a conversation about how Joe Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci are undermining Roe v. Wade with their mandatory vaccination demands6:20 pm: Senator Mike Lee joins Rod for their weekly conversation about what’s happening in Washington, D.C., and today they’ll cover Joe Biden’s nomination for head of the Bureau of Land Management, the Senate vote on the infrastructure bill, and the Department of Education’s stance on critical race theory6:35 pm: Quinn Hillyer, a contributor to the Washington Examiner, joins Rod to discuss his piece about how Middle America is fighting against the left’s culture war
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Monday, July 19, 20214:20 pm: Craig Buttars, Utah Commissioner of Agriculture and Food, joins the program for a conversation about how the drought may force some farmers to sell their land to developers4:38 pm: Brian Steed, Executive Director of the Utah Department of Natural Resources joins the program to discuss how the drought has forced water managers to dip into the state’s emergency reserves6:05 pm: Steven Greenhut, Western Region Director for the R Street institute joins Rod to discuss his recent piece for the Orange County Register in which he says there is good reason to be critical of critical race theory6:20 pm: David Keltz, author and former White House intern for Vice President Mike Pence, joins the show to discuss his piece for American Spectator in which he says Joe Biden is unfit to be President and the media is covering for him6:35 pm: Hayden Ludwig, Senior Investigative Researcher for the Capital Research Center joins the program to discuss why he says big philanthropy is weaponizing foundations in attempts to remake America
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Friday, July 16, 20214:20 pm: Derek Miller, President of the Salt Lake Chamber, joins Rod to discuss the group’s call, along with state Republican lawmakers and immigration advocates, for Senators Mitt Romney and Mike Lee to pass bipartisan immigration reform4:38 pm: Former U.S. Attorney for Utah Brett Tolman, now Executive Director of Right on Crime, joins Rod to discuss facial recognition technology and whether its use by federal and local law enforcement is an invasion of privacy 6:05 pm: Lyndsey Stram, a Regional Economist with the Utah Department of Worksforce Services, joins Rod for a conversation about Utah’s labor shortage and the growing number of jobs available in the state6:20 pm: Bill Brady of Troomi Wireless joins Rod for today’s “CEO’s You Should Know” segment6:35 pm: We’ll listen back to Rod’s conversations this week with Laura Haskell of the Utah Division of Water Resources about the dire need to conserve water during the current drought, and (at 6:50 pm) with Kurt Schlichter of Townhall on his piece about who really is in charge in the United States
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Thursday, July 15, 20214:20 pm: Jim Antle, Politics Editor for the Washington Examiner, joins Rod to discuss some of the hurdles Democrats are facing in the 2022 elections4:38 pm: Devin Wiser, Executive Director of the Olene Walker Institute of Politics and Public Service at Weber State University joins Rod to discuss his piece for the Ogden Standard Examiner in which he says there is danger in picking politics over everything else in life6:05 pm: Steve Moore, Chief Economist for the Heritage Foundation, joins Rod for their weekly conversation about politics and the nation’s economy6:20 pm: Phil Dean, a Senior Research Fellow at the Gardner Policy Institute at the University of Utah, joins Rod for a conversation about the results of a recent poll showing residents are deeply concerned about inflation6:35 pm: Charles Lehman, a fellow for the Manhattan Institute, joins Rod for a conversation about how police officers across the country are leaving their jobs because they no longer feel supported by the public or civilian officials
4:20 pm: Filmmaker and podcast house Dinesh D’Souza joins Rod for a conversation about his piece for the Epoch Times about Frederick Douglass vs. the 1619 Project4:38 pm: Congressman Burgess Owens joins Rod to discuss his piece for Newsweek in which he says America needs to celebrate its Black patriots6:05 pm: Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS presents a town hall about suicide prevention as part of the Live On campaign, and today’s guests are therapist Kristina Groves of the Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake, and Behavioral Health Day Supervisor Carlos Palamo of Community Crisis and Intervention Support Services
4:20 pm: Samuel Gregg, Research Director for the Acton Institute, joins Rod for a conversation about his recent piece for National Review about how to change the minds of young Americans that have a preference for socialism4:38 pm: Senator Mike Lee joins Rod for their weekly conversation about D.C. politics, and today they discuss critical race theory, Joe Biden’s speech on voting rights, and recent calls for freedom in Cuba6:05 pm: Former Utah Speaker of the House Greg Hughes joins the show for his weekly visit with Rod about the wacky world of politics6:35 pm: John Mejia, Legal Director for the ACLU of Utah, joins Rod for a conversation about why the group has denounced hate crime charges against a 19-year-old woman in St. George for destroying a “Back the Blue” sign in front of a police officer
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4:20p Will Hild, Executive Director of Consumer’s Research, joins the show to discuss a new initiative from the group that aims to “name and shame” corporations that put politics ahead of their customers4:38 pm: Utah Farm Bureau Federation President Ron Gibson joins Rod to discuss how Joe Biden is stirring up a race war between ranchers in the western United States6:05 pm: Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes joins the show to discuss the lawsuit the state and other states have filed against tech giant Google over anti-competitive practices in its Play Store6:20 pm: Dr. Brian Shiozawa, Adjunct Associate Professor of Family and Preventative Medicine at the University of Utah joins Rod to discuss the latest Covid-19 surge and the number of unvaccinated people being hospitalized6:35 pm: Steve Moore, Chief Economist of the Heritage Foundation, joins the program for his weekly visit with Rod about politics and the nation’s economy6:50 pm: Scott McKay of The Hayride and a contributor to American Spectator joins Rod for a conversation about what comes next after the death of the American legacy media
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