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 Tom Bevan, co-founder and president of RealClearPolitics. Tom discusses what a swing state is, how a states' political alignment may or may not change over time, and how swing states impact our elections.

This week, Abby is joined by FOX Business Network Correspondent, Susan Li. Susan discusses what venture capital is used for, what VCs look for while investing, and how this form of investment has impacted startups for decades.

This week, FOX News State Department Correspondent, Rich Edson, joins Abby to discuss how the United Nations began, the impact the UN has had on international affairs throughout history, and the role the UN plays in our country's international relations today.

This week, Abby is joined by FOX News Congressional Correspondent, Chad Pergram to discuss what will happen on Capitol Hill now that President Trump has named Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his nominee for the United States Supreme Court.

This week, Abby is joined by Sarah Bryner, Director of Research & Strategy at the Center For Responsive Politics to discuss super PACs.

This week, Abby is joined by Andrew Och, the author of "Unusual For Their Time: On The Road With America's First Ladies," to discuss the role of the first lady.

This week Abby is joined by Daniel Clark, The CEO of BrainFM, to discuss the purpose of functional music and how it can enhance our ability to sleep, focus, and relax.

This week Abby is joined by Paul M. Sutter, a research professor in astrophysics at the Institute for Advanced Computational Science at Stony Brook University to discuss UFOs.

This week, Abby is joined by John Hudak, Deputy Director for the Center for Effective Public Management and Senior Fellow of Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution. John discusses the history of how our nation's capital came to be, its place in our country's landscape, and the continued debate around Washington D.C.'s status as a non-state.

This week, Jane Hampton Cook, presidential historian and the author of Resilience on Parade: Short Stories from Suffragists and Women’s Battle for the Vote, joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan. Jane discusses the United State's long journey towards women's suffrage, and what this one-hundred-year milestone can teach us about freedom, liberty, and activism today.

This week, Abby is joined by Michelle Lambright Black, Credit Expert for Slickdeals and professional credit writer. Michelle explains the importance of building good credit, how credit scores are determined in the United States, and how listeners can get closer to that coveted 850 credit score.

This week, Daron Shaw, Jr. Chair of State Politics at the University of Texas at Austin and member of the FOX News Decision Desk team joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan. Daron explains how polling works, what he is most focused on as his team produces polls on the 2020 election season and what listeners need to know about political opinion polls as voters.