Inside Sources

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson brings a one-of-a-kind insider perspective to Utah and national politics. 

Episodes

  • June 18, 2021

    Father's Day

    With Father's Day approaching this upcoming weekend, Boyd reflects on the importance of fatherhood and the importance of this special day.

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  • June 18, 2021

    Choosing Mental Health with Tony Mosier and Craig Sorensen

    How do our children become more mentally resilient? And what do we need to do to make mental health more accessible? Tony Mosier and Craig Sorensen from Choose Mental Health are here to help guide us through everything.

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  • June 18, 2021

    Boyd's Book Club - Chapter 1

    Boyd debuts his summer reading club with a look at the book "The Call to Unite", edited by Tim Shriver.  

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  • June 18, 2021

    How Should Congress Actually Reform Immigration?

    Congress is working on several immigration bills, including giving farm workers a path to citizenship. Ron Gibson from the Utah Farm Bureau is here to explain what reforms are really needed to keep Utah's ag industry going.

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  • June 18, 2021

    Senator Romney Creates A Wildfire Commission

    Senator Mitt Romney has new legislation to create a federal wildfire commission to find ways to better manage our forests and fight fires. It will be part of the new infrastructure bill. 

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  • June 18, 2021

    The Art and Science of the Jazz's Last Stand with Alex Kirry

    KSL's Alex Kirry takes us into the strategy--both game-wise and mental--before Game 6, as the Jazz are up against a wall.

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  • June 18, 2021

    How Do You Solve A Problem Like Congress?

    Thess days, Congress seems broken. But is it really? Or is it capable of reform? The House Modernization of Congress Committee held a hearing yesterday with Yuval Levin to come up with ways that Congress could change and create a culture of bipartisanship and civility.  

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  • June 18, 2021

    Think Again - Congress Makes a Deal on Infrastructure

    About 20 Republicans and Democrats have come together to draft a bipartisan infrastructure bill. But the question remains... is there enough support for it in the Senate and in the White House?   

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  • June 17, 2021

    The Best Gift

    Presidents have received some very weird gifts from other world leaders while in office. But Boyd looks at one gift that really stands out in the best way.

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  • June 17, 2021

    President Biden Designates Juneteenth a Federal Holiday

    President Biden has officially made Juneteenth a federal holiday during a bill signing today at The White House. What does this mean for Americans? 

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  • June 17, 2021

    Getting Second Chances

    Have you ever wanted to clear a traffic ticket off your record? What about something more serious? Unfortunately, the process for doing so can be complicated and costly. That's why many states are pursuing clean slate laws to make it easier. Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill explains Utah's law and the importance of second chances. 

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  • June 17, 2021

    Think Again - The Supreme Court Preserves Obamacare

    The Supreme Court has ruled 7-2 to leave the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, intact. University of Utah law professor Clifford Rosky is here to discuss the case and whether there will be any challenges to the law going forward.

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  • June 17, 2021

    A US-UK Free Trade Deal?

    Utah Senator Mike Lee has proposed a U.S.-UK free trade deal on the Senate floor. His remarks come after the President's G7 Summit, where the U.S. and the U.K. signed a New Atlantic Charter. World Trade Center Utah President and CEO Miles Hansen joins us to discuss what this would look like and whether it's a good idea to pursue.

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  • June 17, 2021

    Anthony Marcum on Congress Repealing the Authorization of Military Force

    If there's one thing Congress agrees on, it's that they alone should have the power to authorize military force abroad. Which is why the House has voted to repeal the 2002 Iraq War Powers Resolution that opened the door for the U.S. to invade Iraq. Anthony Marcum from the R Street Institute joins us to discuss this historic move. 

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  • June 17, 2021

    Spencer Cox Talks The Drought

    Boyd breaks down Governor Spencer Cox's comments on the drought during today's "Let Me Speak to the Governor". 

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  • June 17, 2021

    SCOTUS Rules 9-0 in favor of Catholic Foster Care Agency - with Kelsey Dallas

    Deseret News religion writer Kelsey Dallas breaks down the unanimous Supreme Court decision in favor of a Catholic foster care agency that does not place kids with same-sex couples. 

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  • June 16, 2021

    A House Divided

    163 years ago today, Abraham Lincoln gave his famous "House Divided" speech. In his monologue, Boyd looks at how that message still resonates today.

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  • June 16, 2021

    Jazz Game Preview and Bandwagon Fans, with Sarah Todd

    The Utah Jazz face off against the L.A. Clippers again tonight in Game 5. Utah and L.A. are currently tied, each team has won 2 games. And both have lost players to injuries. Sarah Todd from the Deseret News joins us to talk about what we can expect from the teams tonight. 

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  • June 16, 2021

    How to Fix Occupational Licensing in Utah, with Dr. Ed Timmons

    Governor Cox issued an executive order to remove any unnecessary barriers when it comes to getting a job license in Utah. Dr. Ed Timmons of Saint Francis University joins us to discuss his recommendations for doing so.

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  • June 16, 2021

    How the Infrastructure bill will be negotiated and passed , with Mitt Romney

    Senator Chuck Schumer triggered the reconciliation process today to get President Biden's infrastructure bill passed. What does that mean, and what are its chances of success? Joining Boyd to help uncover the meaning is Senator Mitt Romney.

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  • June 16, 2021

    The Mind of an Athlete

    What is going through the minds of elite athletes before a big game? KSL's Scott Mitchell is here to give us some insight ahead of tonight's big Jazz game. 

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  • June 16, 2021

    Less Polarizing Bill Titles, with Jesse Rifkin

     Our Congress seems to be more divided than it's ever been. Left and right we see members picking partisan battles with each other. But is there a way to overcome these deep divides? Jesse Rifkin has a piece in Roll Call called "A Simple Fix for polarization in Congress: Less polarizing bill titles." He joins us to discuss it.  

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  • June 16, 2021

    How the "American Rescue Plan" is leading us off a benefits cliff, with Matt Weidinger

    The US is headed off a benefits cliff...with pandemic benefits ending for millions pretty soon, the American Enterprise Institute's Matt Weidinger has a new piece describing how bad that will be for the economy.

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  • June 16, 2021

    Think Again - Presidents Biden and Putin Meet

    Boyd breaks down the meeting between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin and what the real takeaways are.

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  • June 15, 2021

    Agents of Betterment

    Reviewing yesterday's announcement from the Church and the NAACP, Boyd looks at ways we can be agents of betterment and not bitterness.

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  • June 15, 2021

    BYU's Religious Freedom Annual Review

    With a decision expected soon from the Supreme Court on a major religious liberty case, Boyd checks in with BYU's Religious Freedom Annual Review. The question: How people of faith should engage in US society? 

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  • June 15, 2021

    Interior Secretary recommends redrawing Utah National Monuments

    Interior Secretary Deb Haaland has recommended to President Biden that he employ the Antiquities Act and expand the boundaries of two national monuments in Utah: Bear's Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante. Representative Chris Stewart, voiced some of his concerns on the Dave and Dujanovic show earlier today. Here's what he had to say. 

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  • June 15, 2021

    Think Again - President Biden and President Putin Meet, with Dr. Leon Aron

    President Biden is meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin this week. The American Enterprise Institute's Dr. Leon Aron--who is a Russian immigrant--will preview the meeting and explain what the US can realistically expect to get out of it.

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  • June 15, 2021

    Concerns about how Utah spent federal money, with John Dougall

    Utah spent more than $6.7 billion dollars in federal funds during the pandemic. But a lack of oversight by the state, inexperience handling such funds, and a delayed audit thanks to the federal government has John Dougall concerned that much of these federal dollars were used for nonessential needs. 

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  • June 15, 2021

    Offensive, Inaccurate Speech is Better than Government Control

    A new survey by Scott Rasmussen shows Americans are as supportive of the first amendment as ever. According to the poll, 80% of voters prefer free speech, regardless of whether or not it's offensive or inaccurate. Scott joins us to discuss the results.

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  • June 15, 2021

    Ryan Smith gives insights on Silicon Valley and on Utah Not Playing Favorites

    Utah Jazz owner Ryan Smith recently sat down with Governor Spencer Cox to explain why Utah is becoming a global economic powerhouse. Boyd breaks down his comments. 

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  • June 15, 2021

    Think Again - The Folly of Big Tech Censors

    The pandemic brought to light how much power Big Tech companies have over public discourse and free speech...Any discussion about the virus leaking from a Wuhan lab, for example, was shut down and labeled a conspiracy theory. But as the lab leak theory becomes more plausible, should we allow big companies to regulate what we say and see? 

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  • June 14, 2021

    The Importance of Flag Day

    Boyd reflects on the importance of Flag Day and why it's a holiday you should not overlook.

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  • June 14, 2021

    Matt Rascon on KSL+ joining the KSL NewsRadio Family

    KSLTV anchor Matt Rascon talks about KSL+, which is launching on the KSL NewsRadio app and will do a deep dive into important stories.  

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  • June 14, 2021

    What the Israeli Election Results Mean For You

    University of Utah law professor Amos Guiora, who lives in Israel, breaks down the Israeli election results and what that means for that country and the U.S.

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  • June 14, 2021

    Think Again - NAACP and the Church Announce Initiatives (Part 2)

    Boyd was at the press conference announcing the Church's initiatives. He interviewed Church and NAACP leaders about why they felt the need to team up and build bridges.

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  • June 14, 2021

    President Biden and NATO

    President Biden met with the other leaders of NATO at a summit in Belgium. China and Russia were a big part of their talks as well as their commitment to face the challenges these two countries pose... together as allies. 

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  • June 14, 2021

    The Problems with Elizabeth Warren's IRS Plan

    Nobody is a fan of the IRS. But Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass) has a plan to double the IRS budget, allowing them to collect trillions more dollars over the next decade. But Eric Boehm has a new piece for Reason Magazine where he argues that the math doesn't add up and the plan might end up hurting ordinary Americans. 

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  • June 14, 2021

    What That Bombshell Billionaire Tax Report...Got Wrong

    A report from ProPublica last week showed many of the 25 wealthiest Americans don't pay income taxes, which upset a whole lot of people. But business writer John Steele Gordon argues in a new piece in Commentary magazine that we're not looking at this right--and billionaires do pay taxes.  

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  • June 14, 2021

    Think Again - NAACP and the Church Announce Initiatives

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has joined with the NAACP to announce three new initiatives to help the Black community: educational scholarships, a one time donation of 250K to help kids connect with their Ghanan heritage, and humanitarian efforts to underprivileged areas of U.S.  

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  • June 12, 2021

    Honoring Former Governor Herbert, with Scott Keller

    Boyd talks to Scott Keller about tonight's event honoring the Herberts. He also explains how the society of Utah and the US helped him become a successful businessman. Boyd closes out the show with the lessons he's learned from the Herberts' time in the governor's mansion.

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  • June 12, 2021

    Reflections of a Former First Lady, with Jeanette Herbert

    Former First Lady of the state of Utah Jeanette Herbert joins us to discuss a special event tonight honoring the former governor and first lady as well as lessons she learned while serving the people of Utah. 

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  • June 12, 2021

    Reflections on time as Governor, with Gary Herbert (part 2)

    Former governor Gary Herbert joins us to discuss a special event tonight honoring the former governor and first lady as well as what lessons he learned while serving the state of Utah. 

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  • June 12, 2021

    Reflections on time as Governor, with Gary Herbert (part 1)

    Former governor Gary Herbert joins us to discuss a special event tonight honoring the former governor and first lady as well as what lessons he learned while serving the state of Utah.

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  • June 12, 2021

    His Name is Green Flake, with Mauli Junior Brown

    A new movie highlighting the story of a Black Latter-day Saint pioneer is raising money to build a new Black Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints monument in Utah. Director Mauli Junior Bonner joins us to discuss the film called, "His Name is Green Flake" and the great cause it's helping fund. 

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  • June 12, 2021

    Get off TikTok and Get Back to Work, with Megan Rose

    May's jobs report once again fell short of the monthly forecast. If you ask restaurants, construction workers, and small businesses, people just aren't going back to work. But why should they? Megan Rose joins us to discuss her piece for the Washington Examiner explaining the benefits of getting a job.    

     

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  • June 12, 2021

    EAGLE Act, with John Curtis (part 2)

    Utah Congressman John Curtis is one of the sponsors for the Equal Access to Green cards for Legal Employment (EAGLE) Act.

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  • June 12, 2021

    Think Again - Congressman John Curtis (part 1)

    Utah Congressman John Curtis says conservatives should put forth their own ideas to solve climate change and promote green energy. Curtis is part of a new conservative climate caucus in DC that is looking for pro-business green energy. 

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  • June 10, 2021

    Lessons to be Learned From Our Youth

    In his monologue, Boy reflects on the lessons to be learned from our younger generations, and the powerful things that you can do with learning from what they love.

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  • June 10, 2021

    Junior Achievement Smarter Event, with Christy Tribe and Amy Bosworth

    Are you smarter than a 5th grader? Well if those 5th graders are part of Junior Achievement, you may be up against some tough competition. Today I was part of Junior Achievement's Smarter Event which was hosted to help give Utah students a head start in their careers. Christy Tribe and Amy Bosworth from Junior Achievement Utah are here to tell us more about it. 

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  • June 10, 2021

    Mia Love's New Role at USU

    Former Congresswoman Mia Love has been named the National Outreach Director at USU's Center for Growth and Opportunity.  

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  • June 10, 2021

    Think Again - Miles Hansen

    This week, the U.S. Senate passed a bill that would give America a technological edge in our competition with China. And it passed with a good amount of bipartisan support. Miles Hansen from the World Trade Center Utah joins us to discuss how this bill will bolster our competitiveness.

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  • June 10, 2021

    How President Trump's Tax Cut Helped the Environment

    The R Street Institute's Philip Rosetti says President Trump's 2017 tax cut had a surprising benefit: it was good for the environment.
     

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  • June 10, 2021

    President Biden Overseas

    Ahead of the G7 Summit today, President Joe Biden made a big announcement about the COVID-19 vaccines and thanked American workers. 

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  • June 10, 2021

    Waste/Fraud/Abuse in the Recent Pandemic Spending, with Jason Chaffetz

    Former Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz breaks down all the waste during the government's recent spending spree. 

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  • June 9, 2021

    Here's to You, Joe DiMaggio

    In his monologue, Boyd talks about the late, great Joe DiMaggio and the importance of playing your heart out to the end.

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  • June 9, 2021

    Dana Perino on the Messages By and Behind President Biden's Trip

    President Biden is on his way to Europe for a series of meetings starting with Great Britain, then our other allies, and ending with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Fox News' Dana Perino joins us to talk about the president's messaging surrounding this trip and what it means for the U.S. 

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  • June 9, 2021

    Remembering Jim Fassel, with Scott Mitchell

    Former U of U quarterback Scott Mitchell remembers his coach Jim Fassel, who passed away recently from a heart attack at age 71. 

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  • June 9, 2021

    President Biden's First Overseas Trip

    President Biden is headed to the UK for his first foreign trip as president. But what does he hope to accomplish?

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  • June 9, 2021

    Senator Joe Liberman and The Case for Political Courage

    Just yesterday, Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell said "the era of bipartisanship is over." President Biden's infrastructure talks with Senator Capito have collapsed. But an interview Boyd did with Senator Joe Lieberman a little while ago shows the importance of political courage in solving problems.

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  • June 9, 2021

    Congress Needs to Take Back Its Authority

    The R Street Institute's Anthony Marcum has a new piece arguing that Congress needs to take back its power from the presidency, especially if we want to avoid another decades-long war. 

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  • June 9, 2021

    Chris Stirewalt on How to Stop States From Beating Up on Each Other

    In a new piece in The Dispatch, American Enterprise Institute fellow Chris Stirewalt says states like California are imposing their will on the rest of the country...when they shouldn't be.
     

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  • June 9, 2021

    Think Again - Being Water Wise

    State Senator Jake Anderegg explains the challenges Utah faces during this extraordinary drought and what we can do to better use this vital resource. Boyd Matheson and Kelli Pierce will break down his comments. 

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  • June 8, 2021

    Power vs. Influence

    In his monologue, Boyd talks about the important difference between power and influence.

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  • June 8, 2021

    How About Them Jazz? With Alex Kirry

    Tonight, the Jazz will face off against the LA Clippers in round 2 of the NBA playoffs. KSL's very own Alex Kirry is here to talk about their chances of winning and if he thinks they could become tournament champs.

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  • June 8, 2021

    Republican Women Lead PAC

    A new political action committee has been launched to elect more Republican women to office in Utah. with special guests Rep Candice Pierucci and Rep Karianne Lisbonbee.

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  • June 8, 2021

    How the Church is Helping Migrants at the Border with Elder Art Rascon

    Boyd speaks with Elder Art Rascon from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who updates us on the Church's efforts to help migrants on the US-Mexican border.

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  • June 8, 2021

    Why Some People Still Won't (or Can't) Go Back to Work

    Rep. Robert Spendlove, who is also the Senior Vice President and the Economic and Public Policy Officer for Zions Bank, will talk about the latest federal jobs report and why some people are still not in the workforce...even in Utah. 

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  • June 8, 2021

    Compassion vs. The Rule of Law at the Border

    How do we help those at the southern border, even if we disagree with government policies? Boyd has some thoughts.

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  • June 8, 2021

    Vice President Harris in Guatamala

    Vice President Harris is in Guatamala to help stop the surge of migrants to the US-Mexico border. But her comments have not always been well received, including by the president of Guatamala. 

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  • June 8, 2021

    What We Really Need to Know About Cyber Security

    There have been some high profile hacks recently (like the Colonial Pipeline) where hackers demanded money or Bitcoin. And this morning, several websites went down. Cyber security expert Dan Garfield will explain what's really going on...and what we need to be looking for. 

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  • June 7, 2021

    Looking Up

    Boyd talks about what he learned taking 21 teenage boys on a hiking trip to Zion National Park over the weekend.

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  • June 7, 2021

    D-Day Through the Eyes of a 98-Year-Old Veteran

    Deseret News Columnist Lee Benson brings us the story of a 98-year-old veteran from Salt Lake City and remembers all those who stormed the beaches on D-Day 77 years ago yesterday.

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  • June 7, 2021

    If You Want Limited Government, Try Telling a Good Story

    Have you ever thought that The Lord of The Rings books could be used to keep a tyrannical government at bay? In his recent article for Reason Magazine, John Hood argues that sharing good stories like these can be used to advance a culture of freedom. 

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  • June 7, 2021

    What Do Americans Really Think About Unemployment Benefits?

    Scott Rasmussen has a new poll out that shows that the majority of voters support ending supplemental unemployment benefits. 

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  • June 7, 2021

    Faith in the Public Square with Gov. Bill Haslam

    Former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has a new book called Faithful Presence: The Promise and Peril of Faith in the Public Square. He is challenging the belief that politics requires moral compromise, and he's making the case that Christians can be key to reuniting America.

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  • June 7, 2021

    Give The Ghost Army A Medal!

     Congressman Chris Stewart gives us an update on the Ghost Army Congressional Gold Medal Act, to honor a top secret unit that saved thousands of lives in World War II.

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  • June 7, 2021

    Senator Joe Manchin and The Filibuster, Part 2

    Boyd breaks down why this controversy is important, how Washington REALLY works, and what should actually be done to get legislation passed. 

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  • June 7, 2021

    Think Again - Senator Joe Manchin Defends The Filibuster

    Senator Joe Manchin became the second Democrat after Senator Sinema of Arizona to back keeping the Filibuster. Senator Manchin has been defending his position, which is in opposition to most Democrats.

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  • June 3, 2021

    Natural History Museum of Utah Explorer Corps program, with Beth Mitchell

    The Natural History Museum of Utah has launched its Explorer Corps program, a unique way to help Utahns explore their beautiful and interesting state.

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  • June 3, 2021

    Utah Lets Home Cooks Sell Their Goods

    Have you ever wanted to cook and sell your famous lasagna from your own kitchen rather than having to open a restaurant? State Representative Christine Watkins got a bill passed earlier this year that lets you sell those home-cooked meals. 

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  • June 3, 2021

    What are Senator Mike Lee's Chances of Reelection?

    Deseret News Reporter Dennis Romboy is here to discuss the 2022 Senate elections and Utah Senator Mike Lee's new challenger, Becky Edwards. Edwards is a former Republican state lawmaker and will make a bid for Lee's Senate seat next year. 
     

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  • June 3, 2021

    Redistricting Commission, with Spencer Stokes

    Former Utah Republican Party Executive Director Spencer Stokes gives us an update on the redistricting efforts in the state and where we can expect all the stimulus money to go.

     

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  • June 3, 2021

    Vaccination Numbers and Incentives, with Dr. Richard Orlandi

    Dr. Richard Orlandi from the University of Utah Hospital is here to give us an update on how Utah is doing in the nationwide vaccination effort and why some people might still be hesitant about getting vaccinated. 

     

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  • June 3, 2021

    Utah Tourism, with Vicki Varela

    Utah's tourist industry is still recovering, but will the waning pandemic and summer vacations give it the boost it needs to get back to normal? Vicki Varela, managing director of the Utah Office of Tourism, joins us to discuss what to expect when visiting state and national parks this summer. 

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  • June 3, 2021

    Think Again - Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg on Women, Digital Privacy, & Disinformation

    In Part 2 of their conversation, Boyd Matheson and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg talk about how women have dropped out of the workforce because of the pandemic, diversity, and how Facebook protects digital privacy and stops the spread of misinformation.

    Also featuring Jason Perry and Morgan Cotti of the Hinckley Institure

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  • June 3, 2021

    Think Again - Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg: Opening a Data Center in Utah

    Boyd interviews Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg about their Eagle Mountain Data Center, which is opening in July, as well as their efforts to help small and minority-owned business.

    Featuring special guest hosts Jason Perry and Morgan Cotti from the Hinckley Institute.

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  • June 2, 2021

    Overpromising and Underdelivering

    Boyd's monologue looks at the politicians who promise sky high budgets but fail to deliver.

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  • June 2, 2021

    KSL's Alex Kirry on the Jazz, Coach K, and Danny Ainge

    KSL's Alex Kirry looks at the latest basketball news, from Ja Morant's family getting free tickets to the Jazz game to Coach K and Danny Ainge retiring.  

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  • June 2, 2021

    Utah Makes It Easier to Build a House

    Has your city ever banned you from painting your front door a certain color or stopped you from building a house of a certain size? That's no longer a big problem...Representative Paul Ray got a bill passed that would prohibit a lot of these kinds of regulations. 

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  • June 2, 2021

    Critical Race Theory: How Should We View It?

    Cindy Davis, vice chairperson on the Utah State Board of Education, says that  speaking the same language when it comes to critical race theory and listening better are key to addressing the needs of Utah students.

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  • June 2, 2021

    A Utah Solider Returns Home

    Boyd looks at Alex Cabrero's report on a Utah navyman who died at Pearl Harbor and had his remains returned home yesterday.

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  • June 2, 2021

    The Eviction Moratorium is Ending. What's Next for Renters?

    The CDC has extended its eviction moratorium until June 30th. How will this impact renters and landlords? Executive Director for the Utah Apartment Association Paul Smith is here to discuss the current rental market. 

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  • June 2, 2021

    Dr Fauci's E-mails

    With the release of Dr. Fauci's e-mails, Boyd looks at the perils of instant certainty and trusting people in the public eye. 

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  • June 2, 2021

    Think Again - Helping Athletes Overcome Mental Blocks

    Continuing our conversation about Naomi Osaka, therapist Jenny Howe talks about the pressure young athletes can face and how to help them through their mental health challenges.

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  • June 1, 2021

    Mark Eaton's Words of Wisdom

    Boyd talks about the life of Mark Eaton and some interesting words of wisdom he gave.

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  • June 1, 2021

    President Biden's Memorial Day Speech at Arlington Cemetary

    Boyd breaks down President Biden's remarks from Arlington cemetery yesterday, and argues why it was one of his most powerful speeches yet.

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  • June 1, 2021

    The Covid Rules That Might Be Gone for Good

    During the pandemic, states relaxed certain rules and regulations to help people social distance. But the R Street Institute's Jarrett Dieterle says they may get rid of them permanently.  

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  • June 1, 2021

    Think Again - Voting Bills

    A bill to change how people vote in Texas has stalled for now. But what's in it? And what about some other voting rights bills?

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  • June 1, 2021

    Changing the Fan Culture of Basketball, with Robert Gehrke

    Jazz fans have not always been on their best behavior. Salt Lake Tribune columnist Robert Gehrke says the team is trying to stand up for what's right and set a different tone. 

     

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