This week on Sunday Edition, Boyd Matheson talks with Kristen Welker as she steps into the moderator chair on NBC's Meet The Press and James Wallner from the R-Street Institute to discuss how serious, or unserious, Congress is about avoiding a government shutdown.
This week on Sunday Edition, Boyd Matheson is joined by Washington Post columnist and author Megan McArdle as they examine the obstacles people across the nation are facing to building better lives. Then, the Director of Neighbor Recruitment for The Other Side Village Moe Egan talks about how the village is preparing for its first villagers. And, Boyd shares his thoughts on what makes a village- a place where we all exist- the most valuable.
This week on Sunday Edition, Boyd is joined by NBC's Meet the Press host Chuck Todd, Senior Fellow at AEI Phillip Wallach, and Boyd shares his thoughts on our nation's history of Presidential Calls to Action.
This week on Sunday Edition, Boyd has a conversation with Bishop Phyllis Spiegel, the 12th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Utah, Brad Wilcox, a visiting scholar at the Sutherland Institute, and Boyd shares his thoughts on the “Social Media Shadow."
Boyd sits down with Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the Washington Post, George Will about discord in politics and the financial pitfalls currently facing our country. Then, Boyd is joined by Monty Moran, the former co-CEO of Chipotle to talk about his newest book and his groundbreaking leadership techniques.
Boyd Matheson takes the helm of Sunday Edition, and in this week's episode, Boyd talks with Jon Huntsman Jr. about the impact of the Military uprising in Russia and also talks with Jonathan Rauch about the role of religion in democracy.
This week on Sunday Edition, Doug sits down with Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson to talk about the special election to fill Chris Stewart's seat, Jason Perry from the U of U Hinckley Institute about the second indictment of Former President Donald Trump, and Richard Turley about his long-awaited follow-up to his 2008 book Massacre at Mountain Meadows.
This week on Sunday Edition, Doug sits down with the Salt Lake County Clerk Lannie Chapman to discuss the process of filling Chris Stewart's congress seat after stepping down, Salt Lake's Mayor Mendenhall about the potential of a Major League Baseball stadium in the city, and Kirsten Hoschouer from the UDOT about the 100 Deadliest days.
This week on Sunday Edition, Doug discusses the ongoing investigation into the hoax school threats that have been circulating, this year's record-breaking moisture is impacting the water levels of the Great Salt Lake, and how the Ballpark community is getting a say in the future of the Smith's Ballpark.
This week on Sunday Edition, Doug talks with former state senator Scott Howell about the Democratic Nomination for the Presidential Election, Christine Elegante from the Utah State School Board about the all-day kindergarten program, and Envision Utah's Ari Bruening about the Guiding Our Growth Program.
This week on Sunday Edition, Doug talks with Utah's youngest lawmaker, Representative Tyler Clancy, about a bipartisan supported bill he sponsored for Peace Officer Training Modification and Senator Mitt Romney about the national debt.
This week Sunday Edition, Doug sits down with Utah's top political leaders to get their take on this year's session. From Senate President Stuart Adams and Senate Minority Leader Luz Escamilla, to House Speaker Brad Wilson and House Minority Leader Angela Romero.
This week on Sunday Edition, Doug Wright sits down with Utah Senator Mitt Romney to talk about President Biden's speech in Poland on the anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine to concerns over China and the surveillance balloons, and a various other topics.
This week on Sunday Edition, Doug Wright is joined by KSL reporter Ladd Egan to look ahead at abortion access legislation being unveiled on Utah's Capitol Hill and speak to the representative who brought the school choice bill into law and their future bills.