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Part 2 - Utah Confronts Sexual Harassment Crisis: Moving Forward Without Worries

12/14/2017
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Salt Lake Tribune Columnist Michelle Quist and Morgan County Councilwoman Tina Cannon talk with Erin Jemison, YWCA Real Women Run. Jemison, talks about how men and women can work together in an environment that is free from harassment worries while still protecting a woman’s opportunity to be where decisions are made. Quist and Cannon then wrap up the show with a discussion of sexual harassment in Utah and notable campaigns to watch in 2018. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor,...

Duration: 00:22:27


Part 1 - Utah Confronts Sexual Harassment Crisis: Congressman Chris Stewart

12/13/2017
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Salt Lake Tribune Columnist Michelle Quist and Morgan County Councilwoman Tina Cannon talk with former State Representative Holly Richardson. Richardson previews the national wave of sexual harassment claims and the importance of listening to women and men who speak up. Quist and Cannon then talk with Congressman Chris Stewart. Stewart explains his proposed legislation that would disclose settlements paid out by Congress on behalf of Congressmen to sexual harassment victims. Stewart notes...

Duration: 00:21:16


Mr. Curtis Goes To Washington: Congress' Newest Member Reports

12/12/2017
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Salt Lake Tribune Columnist Michelle Quist and Morgan County Councilwoman Tina Cannon talk with Congressman John Curtis. Curtis explains his legislation on codifying the monuments that Pres. Trump declared this week & the importance of legislating tribal authority hinted at in the monument declarations. Curtis shares what it is like to be the newest member of Congress, where his office is, who his staff is, and what his goals are for the first year. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous...

Duration: 00:22:38


Trump's Historic Announcement: Reining In Abuses Of The Antiquities Act

12/11/2017
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Salt Lake Tribune Columnist Michelle Quist and Morgan County Councilwoman Tina Cannon talk with State Representative Dan McCay. McCay talks about the Utah Legislature's long-time effort in passing resolutions to ask the federal government to let Utah take care of its own land. Quist and Cannon them talk with San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman. Lyman shares what it was like to shake president Trump's hand and thank him for reducing the size of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante...

Duration: 00:20:55


Discover Praxis: A Quicker, Cheaper Alternative To College

12/7/2017
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and Libertas Institute President Connor Boyack talk with Derek Magill, Director of Marketing, Praxis. Magill discusses how Praxis provides an alternative pathway to college for professional success. Magill also shares what led to him to drop out of college yet still build a successful career. Praxis is a growing startup that helps enterprising young adults start their career and land a full-time job within 12 months, all without needing a college degree....

Duration: 00:22:33


Technical Colleges: A Faster Path To High-Paying, High-Demand Jobs

12/6/2017
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and Libertas Institute President Connor Boyack talk with David Woolstenhulme, President of Utah Technical Colleges. Woolstenhulme shares how technical colleges can fill thousands of vacancies in high-paying, high-demand technical jobs, training students in a quarter of the time compared with a traditional four-year college degree. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants. Some bump...

Duration: 00:13:41


Bitcoin For Dummies: Why You Should Care

12/5/2017
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and Libertas Institute President Connor Boyack talk with James Leyba, a blockchain consultant and creator of the CryptoCrashCourse.com, and Aaron Tilton, President and CEO of Blue Castle Holdings Inc. Leyba and Tilton discuss recent news regarding cryptocurrency and Bitcoin's exponential growth and explosive valuation increase. What’s going on and why should you care? We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market...

Duration: 00:29:50


Somebody’s Watching Me: US Supreme Court Reviews Government Surveillance

12/4/2017
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and Libertas Institute President Connor Boyack talk with Matt Anderson, Director of Coalition for Self-Government in the West. Anderson shares insight into President Trump's pending announcement regarding the Bear's Ears National Monument. Stephenson and Boyack then interview Marina Lowe, Legislative & Policy Counsel, ACLU of Utah. Lowe discusses Carpenter v. United States which was argued before the U.S. Supreme Court this week. The case challenges whether...

Duration: 00:20:48


Utahns Light Up Puerto Rico

11/30/2017
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State Auditor John Dougall and Salt Lake County Councilwoman Aimee Winder Newton learn from State Treasurer David Damschen about MyCash.utah.gov -- the site for lost and unclaimed property. Looking for some extra holiday cash? See whether Treasurer Damschen is holding any of your long-lost money at MyCash.utah.gov. Newton talks with Dougall and Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox about their recent humanitarian relief mission (Light Up Puerto Rico) to the hurricane-devastated island of Puerto...

Duration: 00:22:35


Overstock Founder Patrick Byrne: The Next Wave of Financial and Business Disruption

11/29/2017
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State Auditor John Dougall and Salt Lake County Councilwoman Aimee Winder Newton talk with Overstock founder and CEO Patrick Byrne. Byrne shares the founding story of Overstock and its impact on tech innovation as well as Utah's economy. Byrne shares why a Vermont native made Utah his home.Aimee asks Byrne about Overstock's new augmented reality tool, allowing customers to view furnishings in their homes prior to purchase. Dougall then inquires about Byrne's advocacy of cryptocurrency and...

Duration: 00:21:10


Senator Mike Lee: Timing of Tax Reform, Congress Addresses Sexual Harassment, & Prairie Dog Overreach

11/28/2017
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State Auditor John Dougall and Salt Lake County Councilwoman Aimee Winder Newton get an update from Utah Senator Mike Lee. Lee outlines the timeline and process for the current federal tax reform process. Newton asks about the cascade of allegations and admissions regarding sexual harassment and other improprieties in regards to members of Congress. Dougall inquires into Lee's approach to bipartisan collaboration and his work on criminal justice reform as well as civil asset forfeiture...

Duration: 00:22:35


Political Historian Ron Fox: The Little-Known History of Thanksgiving

11/27/2017
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State Auditor John Dougall and Salt Lake County Councilwoman Aimee Winder Newton talk with Salt Lake Tribune columnist Robert Gehrke about the latest in Utah news. They discuss President Trump's pending trip to Utah and the latest news regarding the upcoming U.S. Senate race (In Hatch in or out?). Dougall and Newton then talk with Utah's resident political historian Ron Fox about a little-known history of Thanksgiving, including Washington's and Lincoln's Thanksgiving proclamations. We...

Duration: 00:21:01


Monson on Workplace Harassment

11/23/2017
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and State Senator Todd Weiler talk with Sean Monson, an employment law specialist. Monson describes the nature of harassment claims, how they're handled through the judicial process, and what employers and others must do to prevent harassment. Stephenson and Weiler then discuss the Light Up Puerto Rico relief mission. They also talk about the RMR podcast, including the #1 downloaded podcast episode on how UVU is avoiding the math washout problem. We...

Duration: 00:22:38


The Threshold Theory: A Tidal Wave of Sexual Harassment Allegations

11/22/2017
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and State Senator Todd Weiler talk with Stanford professor Mark Granovetter, an expert in sociology. They discuss his "Threshold Theory" explains tidal wave of sexual harassment allegations. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants. Some bump music from GoSoundtrack under Creative Commons licensing

Duration: 00:21:04


Episode 2: What makes Utah's judiciary selection process the best in the nation? Part 2

11/21/2017
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and State Senator Todd Weiler talk with CCJJ Director and future governor's general counsel Ron Gordon. Gordon explains the judicial nominating process and how it helps Utah have one of the best judicial systems in the U.S. Stephenson and Weiler then talk with State Senator Lyle Hillyard about the senator confirmation process for judicial appointments. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill...

Duration: 00:22:38


Episode 1 – What makes Utah’s judiciary selection process the best in the nation? Part 1

11/20/2017
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State Senator Howard Stephenson and State Senator Todd Weiler talk with Weber County Commissioner Kerry Gibson, former chair of the Appellate Court nominating commission. Gibson explains the nominating process and how it helps Utah have one of the best judicial systems in the U.S. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants. Some bump music from GoSoundtrack under Creative Commons licensing

Duration: 00:20:46


Dave Hansen Share’s Orrin’s Future Plans….Or Does He?

11/16/2017
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Red Mead Radio unleashes the Millennials. Josh Daniels and Sasha Clark talk with Royce Van Tassel about Utah’s charter schools and the impact federal tax reform might have on them. Daniels and Clark then interview with Dave Hansen about the work of Congresswoman Mia Love and Senator Orrin Hatch. Hansen shares Orrin’s decision about his future…or does he? We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration: 00:25:29


San Juan County Giddy About Trump Announcement

11/15/2017
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Red Mead Radio unleashes the Millennials. Josh Daniels and Sasha Clark ask San Juan County Commission Bruce Adams about President Trump’s pending announcement regarding two national monuments in Utah. Adams is giddy with anticipation. Daniels and Clark also talk with Box Elder County Commission Stan Summers about rural Utah’s struggles with federal control of so much of Utah’s public lands. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street...

Duration: 00:24:56


SALT: A Key Debate For Federal Tax Reform

11/14/2017
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Red Mead Radio unleashes the Millennials. Josh Daniels and Sasha Clark talk with Weber County Commission James Ebert about the federal deductibility of state and local taxes (SALT). They also question why that should be part of the federal tax system. Daniels and Clark also learn about #WinningInWeber. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration: 00:18:47


RMR Millennials Dive Into Tax Reform

11/13/2017
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Red Mead Radio unleashes the Millennials. Josh Daniels and Sasha Clark dive into federal tax reform with Josh Satterfield, representative for Congresswoman Mia Love. They discuss the details of the House’s tax reform proposal. We appreciate Red Meat Radio's generous sponsor, Gastronomy, and their delicious Market Street Grill restaurants.

Duration: 00:18:27

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