Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, we’ll dive into several areas of the gun debate. Utah Governor Gary Herbert joins Rod to discuss what he thinks can be done to curb gun violence. Rod will also be joined by Stetson University psychology professor Christopher Ferguson on the results of a study that show no connection between video games and real life violence, and with Fox News contributor Suzanne Venker on the connection between mass shooters and broken/fatherless homes. See below for a full rundown of today’s program.
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Tuesday, August 6, 2019
4:20 pm: Utah Governor Gary Herbert joins Rod for a conversation about what he thinks might be done to curb gun violence both in Utah and across the country
4:35 pm: Author Suzanne Venker, a Fox News contributor, joins the program to discuss her recent piece that outlines how the vast majority of mass shooters come from broken homes without a father present
5:05 pm: Stetson University psychology professor Christopher Ferguson joins the show to discuss the results of recent studies that show there is no connection between violent video games and real-life violent acts
6:05 pm: Julie Valentine, a nursing professor at BYU and a member of the Wasatch Forensic Nurses, joins the show to discuss a new medical record system that will allow faster testing of rape kits statewide
6:20 pm: Salt Lake County Council chairwoman Aimee Winder Newton recently toured the area where the proposed Olympia Hills development would be built and joins the show to share her thoughts on how the area might handle the added occupancy
6:35 pm: Michael Hammond, Legislative Counsel for Gun Owners of America, joins the show to discuss the results of some studies that show good guys with guns are capable of stopping violent acts