Rod Arquette Show


June 1, 20176752 min
4:20 pm: Nicholas Bryner, a fellow in Environmental Law and Policy at UCLA, joins the show to discuss a legal analysis published by the school that says Presidents do not have the authority to reverse national monuments established by prior Presidents

4:35 pm: Deroy Murdock, a contributing editor to National Review Online, joins Rod to tell us why he believes the city of New Orleans is sanitizing the history of the United States with the removal of the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee

6:05 pm: Boyd Matheson, President of the Sutherland Institute, joins the show for his weekly conversation with Rod about the week in politics

6:20 pm: Christine Cooke, an Education Policy Analyst with the Sutherland Institute, joins Rod to discuss her defense of choice in education

6:35 pm: Economics and Business Research Professor Michael Hicks of Ball State University joins the show to discuss how wages in manufacturing jobs are too low for President Trump to be able to fulfill his promise of reinvigorating blue collar America

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