Rod Arquette Show


July 24, 2017171 min
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Friday, July 21, 2017

4:20 pm: Sarah Longwell, Managing Director of the American Beverage Institute, joins Rod to discuss her op-ed in the Salt Lake Tribune in which she writes last week’s tongue-in-cheek ad claiming some lawmakers are too old to drive also shows the ridiculousness of Utah’s new .05 DUI law

4:35 pm: Tim Stay, CEO of the Other Side Academy, joins Rod to update us on the battle with the city over a land-use permit that would allow the academy to continue operating a movie company out of the same building as the vocational school for convicted criminals and drug addicts

6:05 pm: Connor Boyack of the Libertas Institute joins the show to discuss the Trump Administration’s move to increase the use of civil asset forfeiture for people suspected, but not charged or convicted, of crimes

6:20 pm: Rethlyn Looker, Utah Chair for Young Americans for Liberty joins Rod to discuss her op-ed piece in the Salt Lake Tribune in which she writes the mistrust Millennials hold for the government has young Americans asking serious questions about Utah’s death penalty

6:35 pm - Listen Back Friday: We’ll listen back to Rod’s conversations this week with Scott Pruitt of the Environmental Protection Agency on the “back to basics” agenda designed to put some Americans back to work, and (at 6:50 pm) with Ryan Vogel, Director of the Center for National Security Studies at Utah Valley University, on the challenges faced by Jon Huntsman, Jr. as he becomes Ambassador to Russia

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