Getting Schooled

Getting Schooled

FOX News Podcasts are Getting Schooled. FOX Nation host Abby Hornacek takes a closer look at the topics and buzz words you hear your friends and coworkers using to sound intelligent. Each week Abby and her expert guests will tackle topics we take for granted, and help to explain the roots and meanings behind them.

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GETTING SCHOOLED

This week, Abby is joined by Johns Hopkins University Surgeon, Health Policy Expert, and Fox News Contributor, Dr. Marty Makary to discuss new strains of coronavirus.

This week, Abby is joined by Fox News Political Editor, Chris Stirewalt, to discuss runoff elections. They discuss the history of runoff elections and how the upcoming runoff in Georgia will impact the balance of power in the Senate.

This week, Abby is joined by This week, Professor Kirsteen McCue, Professor of Scottish Literature & Song Culture and Co-Director for the Centre for Robert Burns Studies at the University of Glasgow to discuss Auld Lang Syne.

This week, Abby is joined by the Manager of Volunteer Projects at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Kristina Wilkes. Kristina uses her experience curating the museum's "Christmas Around the World and Holidays of Light" exhibit to discusses what holiday traditions look like around the world.

This week, Abby is joined by the Commissioner of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC), Chairman Benjamin Hovland. Chairman Hovland explains the process by which electors will place their vote for the presidency and what will happen between now and inauguration day. 

This week, Abby is joined by Associate Professor of History and Director of the Institute on World War II and The Human Experience at Florida State University, G. Kurt Piehler, to discuss Pearl Harbor.

This week, Fox News Chief Congressional Correspondent, Mike Emanuel explains the different forms of filibuster, when we've seen it used in the Senate in the past, and how it could impact our legislative process moving forward. 

This week, Kenneth Cohen, P.H.D., a curator and scholar at The Smithsonian National Museum of American History, joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan on Thanksgiving. Kenneth discusses the origins of the Thanksgiving story and its practical application today. 

This week, Abby is joined by Dr. John Logsdon, the founder of the Space Policy Institute at George Washington University's Elliot School of International Affairs, to discuss the Space Force.

This week, Abby is joined by Professor Carl Castro, the Director of the University of Southern California's Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans and Military Families.

This week, Abby is joined by Kristen Soltis Anderson, co-founder of Echelon Insights and Washington Examiner columnist. Kristen discusses why we have the electoral college, how it impacts our elections at large, and the arguments for and against this system.

This week, Abby is joined by Lesley Bannatyne, an American author who writes on Halloween; its history, literature, and contemporary celebration. Lesley discusses the origins of Halloween and what this holiday can teach us about our modern times.