Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown-Fri, Feb 3, 2017

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Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Tom Bevan, Publisher for Real Clear Politics, joins the show to discuss how President Bush avoided any criticism of President Obama and how Obama could learn a thing or two from his predecessor.  Plus, State Senator Allen Christensen joins Rod to discuss the wish list of the recently created Federalism Commission, which is making of list of the areas where they wish the federal government would allow the states to take control.  See below for a full rundown of today’s program. 

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Friday, February 3, 2017

4:20 pm: Robbie Soave, an associate editor with Reason.com, joins Rod to discuss the strange case of Supreme Court Justice Nominee Neil Gorsuch’s dissent on a case involving the arrest of a 13-year old boy for burping in school

4:35 pm: Gary Gygi of Gygi Capital Management joins the show to discuss President Trump’s decision to review the Dodd-Frank oversight law, the first step in rolling back some financial services regulations

6:05 pm: Tom Bevan, Publisher for Real Clear Politics, joins the show to discuss how President Bush avoided any criticism of President Obama and how Obama could learn a thing or two from his predecessor

6:20 pm: State Senator Allen Christensen joins Rod to discuss the wish list of the recently created Federalism Commission, which is making of list of the areas where they wish the federal government would allow the states to take control

Listen Back Friday:  Plus, we’ll listen back to Rod’s conversations this week with Representative Steve Eliason (at 6:35 pm) on his idea to outlaw panhandling on roads with speed limits greater than 35 miles-per-hour, which includes freeway off ramps, and with Hoover Institution Fellow Eric Hanushek (at 6:50 pm) on the options Utah has to improve education prior to putting more money into schools

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