Mountain Money

Annie M. Lowrey reports on politics and economic policy for The Atlantic magazine. Previously, Lowrey covered economic policy for The New York Times. Prior to that, she covered the economy as the Moneybox columnist for Slate. Imagine if every month the government deposited $1,000 into your bank account, with nothing expected in return. It sounds crazy. But it has become one of the most influential and hotly debated policy ideas of our time. Annie talks with Roger and Doug.

Robert Kelly Home was founded in 2009 by Robert and Nancy Zierk. Robert Kelly Home is an expression of the Zierk’s commitment to quality craftmanship and beautiful design

 Rick Bernthal is the Chairman of the Board of the Humane Society of the United States . The topic today  is the Sinclair - Tribune merger, its potential impact on the broadcasting world, and what the recent FCC action means.

Jim Webber is in studio. Jim is the owner of Foothill Oriental Rugs located at 1460 Foothill Drive in Salt Lake City.  Jim also started the Nepal Cleft and Burn Center, a non profit charitable organization in an effort to give back to the people of Nepal.

On today’s program Doug and Roger  visit with Derek Henderson, co- owner of Heber Park City Appliance located a 600 North Main in Heber City.

Doug and Roger visit with Benjamin Spall, author of the book, My Morning Routine,  a guide to the early morning habits that boost your productivity and relax you.

On today's program co-hosts Doug Wells and Roger Goldman interview three in studio guests from Park City based businesses. Shawn Bercuson, self-proclaimed startup junkie, founding member and former Vice President of business development of Groupon, founder of Prescreen – Capalley and principal at Lightbank, a Chicago based early stage technology fund – and now, Finnbin.com. Executive Chef Scott Boberek of Fletcher's, who shares the restaurants vision of seasonality, simplicity, and quality; resulting in a great neighborhood dining experience.

The Red Banjo Pizza Parlor has been on Main street for 56 years this month.  Tana and Scott dropped by to give a bit of history about the business.

Ken Whipple and his son, Kole from Park City Jewelers, appeared on the program to talk about the business  that has been in the same location for over 30 years.

Doug and Roger visit with Scott Ballenger, a Supreme Court advocate and former Antonin Scalia clerk, talking about how the court works and implications of the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

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