State Senator Howard Stephenson and Utah County Republican Party Vice Chair Josh Daniels talk with Allen Dickerson from the Institute for Free Speech. Dickerson discusses anonymous political speech and donor disclosure laws.
State Senator Howard Stephenson and Utah County Republican Party Vice Chair Josh Daniels discuss Question 1 and Proposition 2 and efforts to support and oppose those ballot measures.
Stephenson and Daniels then talk whether Publius would be unlawful today.
State Senator Howard Stephenson and Utah County Republican Party Vice Chair Josh Daniels get an update on the Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fire status from State Senator Deidre Henderson.
Then Stephenson reports on the Utah Taxpayers Association response to media bias regarding false campaign claims. Stephenson takes Bob Bernick to task for inept reporting.
Morgan County Councilwoman Tina Cannon and State Auditor John Dougall discuss the documentary “All The Queen’s Horses”, now airing on Netflix. The documentary discusses the $53 million fraud perpetrated on the residents of Dixon, IL over two decades by its then city comptroller. Cannon and Dougall discuss the Fraud Triangle and the challenge of effective board oversight in local governments across the state (and across the nation). Cannon shares experience as a local official.
State Auditor John Dougall and Morgan County Councilwoman Tina Cannon talk with Michael Cannon, director of health policy studies at the Cato Institute. Cannon explains why short-term health plans provide a free market solution to compete with Obamacare.
Morgan County Councilwoman Tina Cannon and State Auditor John Dougall talk with Nathan Evershed, Republican nominee for Salt Lake County Attorney. Evershed discusses the job of a district attorney, the importance of courtroom experience, and working to ensure justice rather than winning at any cost.
State Auditor John Dougall and Morgan County Councilwoman Tina Cannon talk with State Senator Deidre Henderson about the Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires. Henderson reports on the evacuations of Woodland Hills, Elk Ridge, and Covered Bridge.
Dougall and Cannon then talk with Congressman Rob Bishop. Bishop shares his thoughts in the U.S. Constitution, federalism, and political factions.
Dougall and Cannon then talk with Dr Rodney Smith, Director of the Center for Constitutional...
Speaker Greg Hughes and State Senator Howard Stephenson discuss Hughes’ disgust for the selective outrage that exists in society. Hughes wants one standard – all or nothing – rather than the picking and choosing of which companies should be boycotted and which issues are allowed to foment outrage.
Hughes and Stephenson then talk with Chase Everton. Everton was another RMR producer who has become influential local lobbyist.
State Auditor John Dougall, Speaker Greg Hughes, and State Senator Howard Stephenson talk with RMR’s original producer Aaron Rennaker. Rennaker has since become an international political consultant. Renneker discusses his recent digital media work in support of a campaign to protect the life of the unborn in Ireland.
Hughes and Stephenson then talk with Dougall about launching RMR’s podcast a year ago, expanding the reach and convenience of RMR and driving up on-air...
Speaker Greg Hughes and State Senator Howard Stephenson talk with Utah County Commissioner Bill Lee. Lee discusses the Governor Herbert’s rejection of Utah County’s nominees for UTA’s new governance commission. Hughes expresses concern that Herbert wasn’t granted the authority to reject those nominees.
Hughes and Stephenson then talk with Salt Lake Tribune editorialist (and former State Representative) Holly Richardson. Richardson has been a regular RMR cohost. They discuss her many...
Speaker Greg Hughes and State Senator Howard Stephenson remember the past decade of Red Meat Radio. They then talk with SL Tribune Columnist (former political beat reporter) Robert Gehrke about the past 10 year.
State Auditor John Dougall and Sasha Clark talk with Holly Fretwell, Research Fellow at PERC. Fretwell discusses the use of public lands and the regulations restricting the ability for conservationists to lease federal land. Fretwell discusses how a market approach to federal land can reduce the contentious process of leveraging federal land to the wishes of certain groups, whether ranchers or conservationists.
Dougall and Clark then talk with Casey Snider, Republican nominee for House...
State Auditor John Dougall and Sasha Clark talk with Alisa Ellis, vice chair of the Utah State Board of Education. Ellis shares her concerns with the heavy-handed approach under Betsy DeVos’ U.S. Dept. of Education. Ellis discusses how Utah’s high rate of student testing opt out rates have brought the ire of DeVos’ administration.
State Auditor John Dougall and Sasha Clark talk with Drew Armstrong, Republican delegate, Utah County resident, and father of a transgender child. Armstrong shares his personal story of coming to grips with the fact that his daughter became his son and the concept of intersex. Armstrong also discusses the challenges his son faced in school and how to help reduce the risk of suicide for transgender children.
State Auditor John Dougall and Sasha Clark talk with Clark Aposhian, Utah’s resident gun expert. Aposhian discusses the current brouhaha over the novelty of 3-D printing of guns. Aposhian explains how this is really a 1st Amendment (free speech) and not a 2nd Amendment (gun rights) battle.
State Auditor John Dougall and Sasha Clark talk with Fox 13 News Reporter Ben Winslow. Winslow discusses the recent UT Supreme Court rejection of CMV’s attempt to be on November’s ballot. Winslow also discusses the Democrat’s last minute attempt to game the process to replace one of their candidates for the general election.
Dougall and Clark then talk with Veronique De Rugy, Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. De Rugy provides the latest update on...
State Senator Howard Stephenson and Cole Souza talk with Court McGee about celebrating addiction recovery.
Stephenson and Souza then talk with Alpine School Superintendent Sam Jarman about the challenges and celebrations of the first week of school in Utah's largest school district.
State Senator Howard Stephenson and Cole Souza talk with Salt Lake County Council Chair Aimee Winder Newton about the challenge for GOP officials undermining their own candidates.
Stephenson and Souza then talk with Orem Mayor Richard Brunst about the ballot referendum on UVU's Palos Verdes student housing project.