Rod Arquette Show Rundown-Friday, January 5, 2018

posted by Eric Ray -

Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, James Antle, Politics Editor at the Washington Examiner, joins the show to discuss how the national political scene may be different if Mitt Romney had never run for office in Massachusetts and had kept his political career in Utah.  Plus, Brent Taylor, Mayor of North Ogden and a member of the UTA Board of Trustees, joins Rod to discuss his op-ed in the Salt Lake Tribune in which he says the UTA’s current business model is unsustainable.  See below for a full rundown of today’s program.

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Friday, January 5, 2018

4:20 pm: James Antle, Politics Editor at the Washington Examiner, joins the show to discuss how the national political scene may be different if Mitt Romney had never run for office in Massachusetts and had kept his political career in Utah

4:35 pm: Brent Taylor, Mayor of North Ogden and a member of the UTA Board of Trustees, joins Rod to discuss his op-ed in the Salt Lake Tribune in which he says the UTA’s current business model is unsustainable

6:05 pm: Representative Steve Eliason joins Rod to discuss youth suicide, as well as a bill that would essentially punish cities for a lack of affordable housing

6:20 pm: Penny Nance, CEO and President of Concerned Women for America, on her piece in USA Today saying the entertainment industry was dealt a disservice by Anita Hill, who was tapped to examine the issues of sexual misconduct in the industry

6:35 pm - Listen Back Friday: We’ll listen back to Rod’s conversation’s this week with Patrick Mason, Chair of Mormon Studies at Claremont Graduate University, on the impact of Thomas S. Monson on the LDS Church, and (at 6:50 pm) with Adam Andrzejewski, CEO and Founder of Openthebooks.com, on his “mapping the swamp” study

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