Tag Archives: Rebecca Guthrie

February 16, 2016 – Center for Arizona Policy, Get Schooled with Rebecca

We start the show with Cathy Herrod who is the President of Center for Arizona Policy.  we talk about the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and what that might mean for the culture war in Arizona and the country. We also cover legislation now moving through the state legislature that relates to school choice and religious freedom

Then we get Schooled with Rebecca. Rebecaa Guthrie talks about school funding based on test scores.

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January 5, 2016 – Oregon Rancher Standoff, Get Schooled with Rebecca

Host of The Visit, Joe Dreyfus joins us to discuss the issues surrounding the rancher standoff occurring in Oregon and the Land Use issues surrounding it

Then Rebecca Guthrie joins us for “Get Schooled with Rebecca” to talk about volunteering for schools to help students excel in their education. We also discuss the special election coming in May to change the state constitution to provide more funding for education in the state.

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November 10, 2015 – Juan Ciscomani, Get Schooled with Rebecca

Juan Ciscomani heads up the Governor’s Southern Arizona office and joins us to talk about new school funding plan passed by the state legislature during a recent special legislative session

Then Rebecca Guthrie joins us to talk about political correctness running wild at many of our college campuses

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June 2, 2015 – CUFI DC Summit, Get Schooled with Rebecca

We start the show with Ray and Mike and a couple of Hot Topics in the news

Then it’s John Winchester with Christian’s United for Israel to talk about their upcoming summit in Washington, DC

Finally it’s Rebecca Guthrie discussing the benefits of STEM Education

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May 12, 2015 – Thank a Cop, Get Schooled with Rebecca

We start the show with Bonnie Faircloth with the Tucson Police Foundation to talk about Thank A Cop Day

Then it’s Rebecca Guthrie with our new segment, “Get Schooled with Rebecca” to talk about education. Specifically, tuition increases, the state budget, and can education prevent riots?

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