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Today on the Sean Hannity and Rod Arquette Shows 7.21.14

 

Sean Hannity:

1:35PM  Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer joins Sean on the President’s comments on Israel this morning, and Secretary of State John Kerry’s trip to Cairo to attempt a cease fire.

 

2:05PM   Governor Heineman of Nebraska - while the world watches international crises… we are still fighting a war here at home at our borders. Some governors are not standing by idly, and are making a stand against the dictatorship of Obama. The ACLU is speaking out against Gov Heineman, and he joins Sean today to respond.

2:35PM Glenn Beck, Glenn joins Sean today, to tell us about his Common Core theatre event tomorrow. WE WILL NOT CONFORM is a chance for anyone who’s tired of sitting idly by …as the federal government continues its takeover of our schools… to come together and do something about it.

 

3:05PM News Roundup/Information Overload Hour: Mark Davis, radio talk show host (AM660 The Answer in Dallas), and author of Lone Star America, How Texas can Save Our Country out today - Sean wrote the foreword for Mark’s book, and of course that makes perfect sense, since Sean may call Texas home one day. 

Following Sean listen to the Rod Arquette Show at 4pm 

4:35pm - Arthur Allen - Politico - Talks about how your employer is now tracking your waistline. 

5:05pm - A Salt Lake Tribune analysis says Utahns are BAD drivers. Rod wants to hear from you about your biggest complaint about Utah drivers. 

6:05pm - Melanie Sturm - Washington Examiners columnist joins Rod to talk about her column about why aren't America's leaders willing to confront the country's real problems..

6:35pm - Wayne Jacoby - BYU Political Science Professor - What can Utah schools learn from Finland. 

Don't forget your chance to win tickets to see Styx/Foriegner July 23rd and Boston and Doobie Brothers tickets for their August 5th concert. 

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