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A program dedicated to bringing wit and wisdom to movie-goers everywhere. Since 1985, well-respected citizens have hung their heads in shame as they admit that they listen to and even love this odd compilation of movie entertainment.
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Salt Lake City, UT

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A program dedicated to bringing wit and wisdom to movie-goers everywhere. Since 1985, well-respected citizens have hung their heads in shame as they admit that they listen to and even love this odd compilation of movie entertainment.

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English


Episodes

What happened to KSL during, "The Great Shakeout"?

4/19/2018
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Doug Wright talks to KSL's very own Debbie Dujanavic about, "The Great Shakeout," experience at KSL broadcast house. Employees took cover under desks as alarms began to sound. The building was then evacuated and people gathered outside for some music and fun. It's incredibly important to have a plan and to think about it every so often. The "Shakeout" is a fantastic reminder and helps to keep preparedness in mind. Doug also discusses a few things to be sure to have and check, to make sure...

Duration:00:07:34

What is going on in the Davis County GOP?

4/18/2018
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Ray Ward is the District 19 representative and is running for re-election this year. In the recent local caucus in Davis County, the rules were adjusted before the convention from needing 60 percent to 70. This means that Ward is being forced into a primary against his Republican opponent. The Utah Central Committee is behind these adjustments because they do not want to have anyone use the signature route. Ward gives his thoughts on why he feels that he will always go the signature route...

Duration:00:17:24

Here is how to get millennial's involved in politics

4/18/2018
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Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox joined the show about his conversation with KSL.com where he was asked in a lengthy conversation about how the younger millennial age can get involved in politics. Getting the younger generation involved in politics has always been a challenge. There have been marches and rallies to get attention and now today there is social media so it is easier to get information out and also to take in information. Cox also notes that the largest group of voters in Utah...

Duration:00:12:47

Will the Central Committee change its way?

4/18/2018
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The GOP state convention is coming up this weekend and the chair of the Utah Republican Party, Rob Anderson, joins the show to preview the event. The big item is still the Utah Central Committee which is still going forward with its distaste for those who go the signature route to get on the ballot. Anderson does not plan to bring up SB54 because he does not want to get emotions involved at the convention in something which is tied up in court. Anderson hopes that the Central Committee...

Duration:00:06:23

Is the Utah Association of Counties assisting with the opioid lawsuits?

4/18/2018
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Adam Trupp is the CEO of the Utah Association of Counties and he joins the Doug Wright Show to discuss their involvement with the opioid lawsuits. In Idaho, the similar department which oversees counties is involved, but the Utah chapter is not involved as much but they want to. Trupp says that his association his assisting the counties in trying to figure out what the common goals are and also trying to help find representation for the counties which are presenting lawsuits. He is unsure...

Duration:00:10:48

Remembering Barbara Bush

4/18/2018
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Former First Lady, Barbara Bush passed away on Tuesday night and Doug Wright remembers her achievements, character and more on the show. To get a better perspective of those who interacted with Bush was Jim Bennett and his mother Joyce Bennett who had a few stories about her. One of those was about when George H.W. and his wife came to Utah back in 1998 to help kickoff Bob Bennett's campaign run nearly 20 years ago. Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/yadt5a9r Stitcher Radio:...

Duration:00:15:19

Is the veto override session a bipartisan effort?

4/17/2018
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Democratic Representative and House minority leader Brian King joins Doug Wright on air to discuss the upcoming veto override session. Some of the bills being looked over include. 1) HB198 requires the Attorney General's office to give a legal opinion to the legislature if they ask for it. 2) SB171 allows lawmakers to hire their own attorneys and get involved in lawsuits over actions of the legislature. Representative King offers his opinion of the veto session and is a little less...

Duration:00:09:57

What is Representative Greg Hughes' opinion of the veto override session?

4/17/2018
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Speaker of the House Greg Hughes joins Doug Wright on air to discuss the veto override session set for this Wednesday, 04-18-18. They talk about two bills under the spotlight during the session. 1) HB198 requires the Attorney General's office to give a legal opinion to the legislature if they ask for it. 2) SB171 allows lawmakers to hire their own attorneys and get involved in lawsuits over actions of the legislature. Greg Hughes gives his opinion of the two and believes it a fantastic...

Duration:00:07:32

Should there be a sales tax on internet purchases?

4/17/2018
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The President of the Salt Lake Chamber, Derek Miller, joins Doug Wright on air to discuss the issues surrounding internet sales tax. There are billions of dollars unaccounted for when online companies don't collect state sales tax. Some states have created laws to make online companies collect the tax. The issue will hit the supreme court and a decision regarding the constitutionality of these laws will be reached in the near future. There is also the possibility that these companies could...

Duration:00:09:50

Representative John Curtis has some ideas to improve school safety

4/17/2018
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Third district congressman John Curtis joined Doug Wright on air to discuss some ways to improve school safety. Many improvements can be made from earthquake safety to more appropriate lock down ability in the case of a threat. A school safety forum is being held to further progress the ideas. Doug Wright and Representative Curtis also have a conversation concerning the Syrian conflict and the role of congress as well as taxes and proposed reform. Apple Podcasts:...

Duration:00:09:25

Just how popular is former FBI director, James Comey's new book?

4/17/2018
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Doug Wright discusses James Comey's new book, "A Higher Loyalty," that hit bookstores today. Margret, a manager at the Kings English bookstore in Salt Lake City, joins on air to talk about the hype surrounding Comey's book as well as some popular new releases. While there is hype at Kings English, there is little to no hype at Barnes & Nobles in downtown Salt Lake. Doug Wright also takes a closer look at Trump supporters vs. Trump disciples and makes a few comments on the subject. Apple...

Duration:00:13:49

Count My Vote looks to have enough signatures to be on the ballot

4/16/2018
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The Count My Vote initiative is expected to clear the required number of signatures to be on the ballot this November. Monday at 5 pm is the deadline for backers of the ballot initiatives aiming for a spot on the November ballot to turn in the 113,000 signatures they need to qualify. Joining the show to discuss the latest on this initiative is Richard McKewon to get everyone caught up on Count My Vote and where it stands, plus the support it is getting from the public. Stitcher Radio:...

Duration:00:06:25

Why is tax day on April 17?

4/16/2018
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Tax Day is normally on April 15th each and every year but there are exceptions from time to time. John Valentine of the Utah Tax Commission joins the show to explain the oddity this year. Taxes are delayed when the IRS federal offices are closed which happened this year as the 15th was on a weekend. The extra day comes because of April 16th being Emancipation Day and that is a holiday in Washington D.C. Utah is one of many states that will delay taxes being due when the federal office is...

Duration:00:06:44

Fifth Boston Marathon since tragic bombing

4/16/2018
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The Boston Marathon took place on Monday and it is the fifth race since the bombing at the end of the finish line. We chat with Deseret News sports reporter Amy Donaldson who is out for the race to support her family. All of these runners had to brave the elements in the race with not just cold weather and rain but 30-plus mile per hour winds. Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/yadt5a9r Stitcher Radio: https://tinyurl.com/ycpujy5b The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News Radio's...

Duration:00:06:23

Here are the most surprising moments from James Comey's interview

4/16/2018
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James Comey interview on ABC provided a few eye-catching quotes and Doug gives his take on what Comey was saying about President Donald Trump. Also, to be noted is that this was an interview and Comey was not under oath. Doug touches on the quotes where Comey is asked if Trump should be impeached, which he says no because voting is a better way to get things done. Comey talks about him getting fired and also what could happen in Trump fires special counselor Robert Mueller. Plus, how he,...

Duration:00:10:33

What did the U.S. accomplish by bombing Syria?

4/16/2018
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Second District representative Chris Stewart joined the Doug Wright Show to give his thoughts and reaction to the U.S. and allies struck Syria to try to slow down Asaad who recently poisoned his on people. The strike was down Friday night and the attack was targeted to take out a certain area which was hosting sensitive information in Syria. Stewart was in favor of this attack which is an attempt to stop Asaad from using those chemical weapons. The greatest fear of Stewart is that there...

Duration:00:09:26

The Other Side Academy is expanding

4/13/2018
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The Other Side Academy has announced it is expanding to be able to help even more people get the help they need to get back on their feet. Joseph Grenny joins the show to provide specifics on the update which will add another 100-plus beds. Also, there is an update on that ugly house that is nearby and there is a date for when it will be torn down. That location is also a spot where The Other Side Academy is also looking to expand. Beyond that, they are looking to have branches all over...

Duration:00:15:53

Will you read James Comey's new book which compares Donald Trump to a mob boss?

4/13/2018
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James Comey's new book, "A Higher Loyalty" is out next week and there are some quotes which have been released. There are mentions which are not all that flattering toward the president which says things like comparing the President to a mob boss. Comey also comments about the infamous dossier regarding things that do not paint the president in a good light. President Trump went to twitter to slam Comey, there is also a website up trying to do the same thing and the Republican National...

Duration:00:12:20

Are you more or less confident about Facebook after these hearings?

4/12/2018
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The Facebook hearings featuring Mark Zuckerberg have concluded and to get a good understanding of what actually happened, we brought on Peter Ashdown of XMisson. He explains how a lot of the questioning toward Zuckerberg from the hearings were not all that great and that is because of those questioning did not have a great understanding of the deep details of Facebook. Ashdown also explains in an easy to understand way about how Facebook tracks info and the dangers of what could happen if...

Duration:00:14:14

2018 FanX announces new guests

4/12/2018
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Dan Farr of Salt Lake's FanX joined Doug Wright in-studio to chat about the latest on the convention coming up in September. The newly named FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention was officially announced at the Capitol on Wednesday and a slew of new guests named as well. Farr went over the loaded lineup and also discussed the lawsuit against San Diego Comic Con which won the first round of its lawsuit against Salt Lake's convention which can no longer use the term Comic Con. Farr says that does...

Duration:00:09:27

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