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July 26, 2021 100 min
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Monday, July 26, 2021

4:05 pm: KUTV Meteorologist Sterling Poulson joins Rod to discuss dust storms, like the one that contributed to a 20-car pile-up killing eight people near Kanosh, their cause and how often they happen

4:20 pm: Lavar Webb of Utah Policy joins Rod to discuss his piece for the Deseret News in which he says people can still be considered strong conservatives if they get vaccinated for Covid-19

4:38 pm: James Pinkerton of Breitbart joins the program for a conversation about how the New York Times, long considered one of the preeminent mouthpieces for the left, has now admitted that so-called “green jobs” won’t help rebuild the middle class as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris promised during their campaign

6:05 pm: Utah Congressman Blake Moore joins Rod to discuss the Firesheds Act, a bipartisan effort to make changes to improve wildfire prevention efforts across the nation

6:20 pm: Utah County Clerk-Auditor Josh Daniels joins Rod for a conversation about his piece for the Salt Lake Tribune in which he outlines what people should know heading into this year’s municipal elections

6:35 pm: State Representative Timothy Hawkes, also General Counsel for the Great Salt Lake Brine Shrimp Cooperative, joins the show to discuss why he has had a change of mind about the Great Salt Lake and is now the legislature’s leading voice to save the lake
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