Join Robert Pilot, Wendy Pilot and Mary Kunesh- Podein along with Marcie Rendon Author of Girls Gone Missing, Sharon Day Water Walker Indigenous People’s Task Force, Michael A Goze AICDC, Celeste De Mars Co-Chair The Circle, Doren Day Indigenous Knowledge Keeper.

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Libby Utter, Executive Director of Gilda’s Club Twin Cities, talks about their free five-part program to provide social and emotional support for anyone impacted by cancer. Gilda’s Club Twin cities is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action and sustained by…

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Today’s episode of Repartee is guest hosted by AM950’s own Ellie Krug! She speaks about the role of kindness in our lives and invites callers to share acts of kindness from their own lives. LAter in the show she speaks about the Supreme court ruling on the forced release of Trump’s tax returns with tax…

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Today’s Matt McNeil show is all over the place! Polite thieves, Boris Johnson outperforms predictions, Chinese trade news is continuing to repeat itself. An attempt to brand a right-wing “squad” leaves the gate limping. And a 700+ pound black bear is poached, while it’s killer is charged with federal crimes.

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Today’s episode of the Matt McNeil Show begins with Matt donning his chef’s hat. Republicans can’t deny obstructing congress. Charter schools and open enrollment are failed experiments and we ought to stop propping them up. Agriculture continues to feel Trump’s disastrous tariffs. Closing the show, Rick Vogt of the TC Ballet joins Matt to discuss…

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This episode of Minnesota Progressive Repartee begins with an interview with David Schultz of Hamline University, who makes the case for censuring the president rather than impeaching him. Later in the show listener calls are taken discussing everything from the Afghanistan invasion to a song about revokal of food stamps.

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Congressman Tim Penny and Elena Byrne talk about https://www.local-feast.org   And Bernie Sanders at October 5, 2019 forum by Organic Farmers Association and Iowa Organic Association

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Olivia Klinkner, Member Services Manager, and Tyana Casmer, Sports and Events Manager, with Life Time talk about the new senior health and wellness programs for their growing 55+ membership group and also discuss Life Time’s commitment to help all their members live happy and healthy lives.

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Matt begins today’s show with the unfortunate story of a helicopter accident. How should we feel about Kylie Rae Harris now that we know she was driving drunk? Is there a culture of binge Drinking in the Upper Midwest? The South continues to be sore about losing their war to keep slaves. Trump’s numbers are…

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This Friday’s episode of the Minnesota Progressive Repartee is hosted by Brett Johnson with Erik on the production board. The Stock market goes up, it goes down; how insignificant are the things China does that results in massive changes to Wall Street? Should Democrats try to stretch out the impeachment process to put it closer…

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Matt opens today’s show with a short discussion about the Nut Cracker musical and then receives an unexpected call from a Ballerina performing in that very show. The very real threats posed by a second Trump term. Why the young people need to care about the upcoming elections and why vaccines are important for not…

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With Alexandra first Rights of Mississippi event this Thursday, and hear from two amazing panels about how nature has impacted their lives and work and what we can do to protect her. Richard William Painter is an American lawyer, professor,

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Brett and Erik are here for this Wednesday edition of Minnesota Progressive Repartee. What hidden purposes could Amazon have for their Ring cameras and why have all of the “big-data” tech companies been coming out with their own home surveillance cameras? Bernie speaks with the MLB. Ilhan Omar appears to be getting challenged from a…

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Matt opens today’s show with a closer look at the unofficial Republican representative for Constitutional law Prof. Turley. Are his arguments valid, consistent from the Clinton impeachment? Ellison goes after Juul Vaporizers for intentionally targeting minors. American schools continue to fall behind as we continue to stick with conservative education policy. Jeff Stein joins fresh…

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Today’s Matt McNeil Show is a spicy one. Warming up with the obligatory discussion of Thanksgiving Leftovers, the show moves in a more serious direction with talk about exactly how screwed Trump’s lackeys really are. Next, Kamala Harris drops out of the race and Matt tries to trace just where her campaign began to falter…

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Brett hosts today’s Minnesota Progressive Repartee with Erik on the production board. An absolute grab-bag of an episode discussing everything from wishing for Danielle Stella to grace our presence for an interview to the hot scoops on elusive and influential “bundlers”, to the inevitable shrinking of the DNC primary field.

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Today on the show, Matt talks about the death threat from Danielle Stella against Rep. Omar. Then Matt touches on the tragic murder that took place in Minneapolis and why we need gun law reform. Matt wraps up the show with a conversation about taking pictures in public.

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The featured idealist this week is Irene Morgan, who was arrested in 1944 for refusing to give up her bus seat in favor of white-color persons in Virginia. She kicked the sheriff who tried to take her off the bus and tore up the citation he gave her. Eventually, she was arrested but she took…

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On today’s episode of Minnesota Progressive Repartee, Brett hosts and Erik produces.  The show opens with a short interview of AM950’s Wall of Power Radio Hour host, Paul Metsa, introducing his latest album “Walkin’ in a Woman’s World”.  Later in the show Brett and Erik run through a list of prominent politicians and decide what…

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Brett and Erik join Matt to begin today’s show with a discussion about their plans for Thanksgiving. A Bloomington woman continues her crusade against children making excessive use of a public park. Late in the show Jeff Stein joins Matt to speak about the volatile polls measuring Democratic support of Trump’s impeachment and the Republican’s…

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Brett hosts today’s episode of Minnesota Progressive Repartee with Erik producing.  How do you deal with heated political discussions with friends and family during the holiday season?  How would Obama deal with a hypothetical Bernie Sanders Democratic nomination, Biden?

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On today’s episode of The Matt McNeil Show Matt tries to determine why all the sudden Republicans are concerned with daycare centers misusing date funds. Minnetonka’s water is being used as a communal toilet and the SW light rail continues to be built despite dishonest and dumb arguments against it.

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On today’s show, Matt talks to our Thanksgiving expert, Terry John Zila about Thanksgiving food. He then talks about Trump’s atrocious decision to pardon Eddie Gallagher and let him retire as a Navy SEAL. He wraps up the show wishing Nick Zerwas well as he retires, but doesn’t forget some of the horrible policies he…

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Rachel Schromen, attorney with Schromen Law, specializing in the areas of estate planning, medical assistance planning, probate, and estate/trust administration. She also has a certified therapy dog and provides services to hospice patients.

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On Saturday’s show, Robert Pilot welcomes guests: State Rep. Kunesh-Podein’s updates Bev Bushyhead – Chair, Urban Indian Advisory Board at Minnesota Indian Affairs Council Emma Needham’s Essay Wendy Pilot discusses important information on our sacred animals Nancy Beaulieu – MN350 update Bob Blake from Red Lake Curtis West – Events and Ho Chunk news

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Matt opens today’s show with the a bit of food journalism that is eerily familiar of the the infamous NYT’s “grape salad”. Who are these Minnesotans that need a recipe for salad and are they attending the same dinners as those who putting brownies out in lieu of turkey? Matt shares his Thanksgiving tips, the…

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Matt opens today’s show with gust, Jack Rice. Together they discuss the ongoing impeachments hearings and the looming fallout facing Republicans as a result. Later in the show Matt takes listener calls and talks about everything from the construction of the light rail to Colin Peterson’s hypothetical position on the impeachment of an imagined democratic…

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Matt’s celebrating the Trump impeachment! Is crime in Minneapolis being exaggerated to justify more police spending? Jeff Stein joins Matt to discuss the Trump’s impeachment hearings and weigh the effects this will have on Trump’s popularity within the party.

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On today’s episode of Minnesota Progressive Repartee, Brett welcomes Hamline University Professor, David Schultz, to the show to discuss Trump’s impeachment hearings. Later in the show, callers weigh in on potential candidates for Democratic nominee,

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Today’s episode of the Minnesota Progressive Repartee features Brett and Erik. Beginning the show they talk about keep up to date on the impeachment hearings. Is everyone else feeling so burnt out? Then Brett talks about the secretive Operation Nightingale and how likely it is that Amazon and Google have compromised the information of some…

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Cliff Schecter opens today’s episode of The Matt McNeil Show. How many new ways can Republicans find to be dishonest? Vindman defends his decisions. South Dakota’s new PSA seems inexplicably to be Pro-meth? MN Republicans try to give off the appearance of supporting emergency insulin while ultimately they’re just concerned with pleasing the pharmaceutical industry.…

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This week’s featured idealists are the Gulabi Gang (which isn’t a gang at all but an organization) which mobilizes women and some men in India to press for reforms around domestic violence and unprosecuted rapes of women. The Big Interview is with Michael Rexford, a Los Angeles attorney and idealist who’s founded LightHopeLife.org, a suicide…

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Robert Pilot welcomes guests: Tim Purdon Co-Chair, American Indian Law and Policy Group; Co-Chair, Government and Internal Investigations Group State Rep. Kunesh-Podein’s updates Nancy Beaulieu MN350 update Emma Needham’s Essay hour 2: Wendy Pilot discusses important information on our sacred animals Colin Cash Sober Squad Curtis West Events and Ho Chunk News

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Kari Benson, Executive Director of the Minnesota Board of Again. We are talking about the great work Kari and her organization does to ensure that older Minnesotans are effectively served by state and local policies and programs – in order to age well and live well.

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Brett speaks with Dan Goldberg of Alliance for Justice’s Building the Bench initiative about how they plan on adding progressive judges to the federal benches under a new Democratic president. ALso Rob Levine of EdHiveMN.com tells us about how non-profit foundations are funding anti-teacher initiatives.

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Matt starts today’s show talking about how he witnessed a car crash into a store. And  then brought up how 2 people instead of trying to help decided to get their cell phones out instead. Then an update on today’s testimony at the impeachment hearings and how problematic Roger Stone’s convictions are for Trump. Also…

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On today’s episode of Food Freedom Radio Laura is joined by John Peterson of Ferndale Turkey, Emily Torgrimson of eatforequity.org and Benjamin Gross calls in two share his thoughts on a Richfield school throwing out 40 perfectly good lunches to shame student with more than $15 of cafeteria debt.

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Brett Johnson spoke with Todd Casey, one of the shift supervisors at Better Futures Minnesota. Todd talked about his experience working for Better Futures Minnesota and how they’ve helped him transition to a post-incarceration life.

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Matt begins today’s show with the big story of the day, the Trump impeachment hearings. A Richfield school wastes food solely to shame students with outstanding lunch debts. In the second half of the show Jeff Stein joins Matt to discuss their takes on today’s impeachment hearing and disagree on the broader likely effects thereof.

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Today’s Minnesota Progressive Repartee for the day starts with Brett interviewing Alan Collinge, founder of Student Loan Justice, to discuss the history and current state of the student loans crisis. Filiberto Gomez, editor for Workday Minnesota,  then joins Brett to discuss recent news surrounding labor both locally and nationwide. The show ends with Brett and…

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On today’s episode of The Matt McNeil Show, Matt takes aim at the “cold-complainers” and questions what is keeping them here. Jim Hagedorn insists that our global warming is just a hoax being pushed by the libtards over at the …Pentagon? A new scam is being perpetrated on Minnesotans by people claiming to work for…

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