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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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.

This week, 11-Time NBA All-Star and NBA Hall-of-Famer, Charles Barkley, discusses his experience playing power forward on the 1992 United States Men's Olympic Basketball team, how the "Dream Team" came to be called "the greatest collection of basketball talent on the planet" by the basketball hall of fame, and the legacy that the Dream Team has in the United States today.

This week, Abby is joined by Daniel A. Piazza, Chief Curator at the Smithsonian National Postal Museum. Daniel discusses the history of the United States Postal System, the role the system has had in the larger development of the United States, how the system operates today, and how USPS differentiates itself from other mail delivery services.

This week, Abby is joined by Secretary David Bernhardt. Secretary Bernhardt discusses his agency's role in the management of the nation's public lands, our country's history of conservation of our federal lands, and the legislation passed in the Senate in June that Secretary Bernhardt calls "the greatest conversation initiative in nearly 50 years."

This week, Professor Peter S. Onuf, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation Professor of History, Emeritus, at the University of Virginia joins Abby for part two of their conversation on the Declaration of Independence.

This week, Abby is joined by This week, Professor Peter S. Onuf. Professor Onuf discusses how early Americans came to declare their independence and what the history of the Fourth of July can teach us about our great nation. 

This week, Abby is joined by Michele Roberts, Executive Director of the National Basketball Players Association. Roberts explains the role of players associations and their impact on professional sports.

This week, Abby is joined by Herbert G. Ruffin. Professor Ruffin explains the history of Juneteenth, how the holiday was honored by early freedmen, and how the celebration of this date has evolved through United States history. 

This week, Abby speaks with Census Bureau Public Affairs Specialist & Spokesperson, Virginia Hyer. Virginia explains the history of the decennial census in the United States, and how the census' findings impact communities across the nation.

This week, University of Memphis Law Professor Steven Mulroy explains the powers of the states, how the states' jurisdiction is impacted by the federal government, and how this dynamic has effected the US government's response to recent national events.

This week, Charles Payne, host of FOX Business Network's Making Money with Charles Payne, explains the history of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, what it indicates about the larger American economy, and how it has been impacted by COVID-19.