The Mike McIntee Show
Rebroadcast Monday-Friday 5AM-6AM
A local, interview-driven program focused on the daily news cycle and hosted by established Twin Cities journalist Mike McIntee. Weekdays at 4pm.
On today’s show a conversation about why the GOP tax plan is bad for the middle class; reaction to Trump disrespecting a gold star family; and an update on what’s happening with the resistance movement in Eagan, Burnsville, and CD2 (IREB).
Mike starts off the show with a phone call from Sam Berger to discuss Trump and the Republican’s healthcare and tax policy. Then Gary King Discusses the Philippines and Duterte.
Mike is joined by Cathleen Kelly is a senior fellow for Energy and Environment at the Center for American Progress talking about the hurricane disasters and the consequences to these areas.
Andy Slavitt, Steve Morse and Jacob Leibenluft join Mike on a day packed with interviews about Obamacare and Trump’s intervention.
Mike and Steve Bucher are in studio today discussing framing and why Democrats shouldn’t be afraid to call themselves liberal and use strong, emotional language when debating.
Mike speaks with psychiatrist Dr. David Henderson as he analyzes the psychology of mass murderers. Then Hamline University Professor David Schultz joins the show to talk about the politics of the gun debate and what actions can be taken politically in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting.
Mike is live from Duluth at the AFSCME gubernatorial forum. He speaks with Betty Follliard about this weekend’s episode of A Woman’s Place (heard on AM 950 Sat. at 11 AM and Sun. at 2 pm) where Betty spoke with Minneapolis mayor Betsy Hodges and Nekima Levy Pounds about sexism in political campaigning. Also Marie…
Mike broadcasts from AFSCME convention in Duluth. Mike talks gun control after the Las Vegas shootings. Celebrating the WNBA champion Lynx. We hear Minnesota Senator Al Franken. Mike is joined by AFSCME Exec Director Eliot Seide.
On today’s show Mike speaks with Ian Millhiser of Think Progress on some of the big cases currently being heard by the supreme court, including the Wisconsin gerrymandering case. Then a conversation with Tim Murphy of Mother Jones on how Virginia Democrats may have cracked the code on how to win down ticket ballot races.