Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Monday, February 10, 2020


Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Ronald Mortenson, co-founder of Citizens for Tax Fairness, joins the show for a conversation about his report in the Salt Lake Tribune about the Utah Driver License Division providing personal information of close to four million Utah residents to the University of Utah without consent. Plus, James Wallner, Resident Senior Fellow in Governance at the R Street Institute, joins Rod to discuss Mitt Romney’s future relationship with his peers in the U.S. Senate. See below for a full rundown of today’s program.

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Monday, February 10, 2020

4:20 pm: Christine Cooke, Education Policy Analyst for the Sutherland Institute, joins Rod to discuss a bill in front of Utah lawmakers this session that would eliminate the civics test necessary for high school graduation in Utah

4:35 pm: James Wallner, Resident Senior Fellow in Governance at the R Street Institute, joins Rod to discuss Mitt Romney’s future relationship with his peers in the U.S. Senate

5:05 pm: Ronald Mortenson, co-founder of Citizens for Tax Fairness, joins the show for a conversation about his report in the Salt Lake Tribune about the Utah Driver License Division providing personal information of close to four million Utah residents to the University of Utah without consent

6:05 pm: Rachel Alexander, Sr. Editor at The Stream joins the show to discuss her piece in Townhall about the Maricopa County, Arizona Assessor that is being prosecuted for human trafficking

6:20 pm: Anna Thomas, Policy Analyst for Voices for Utah Children, joins Rod to discuss the push for extended kindergarten in Utah

6:35 pm: J. Frank Bullitt of Issues and Insights joins Rod to discuss what he calls “America’s false religion” – recycling – and why landfills may be a better option

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