Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard of Bring Me the News joins to talk about how young owls grow up (and sometimes fall from trees), loons in Wisconsin falling out of the sky because their wings were freezing, when we can expect a consistent warm up in Minnesota and more!

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Matt is joined by Jeff Stein as we talk about Republicans saying BLM tried to storm the Iowa capitol (BLM did not), the Matt Gaetz situation is getting more serious and Republicans are still shying away from commenting, and DC statehood advancing through Congress.

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Matt is joined by Jeff Stein as they discuss Trump using shadowy tactics to collect donations from his supporters, Mike Pence’s future, Mitch McConnell criticizes businesses for calling out restrictive voting laws (then reverses when realizing he needs their campaign money). And more!

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Jeff Stein joins Matt to talk about legal strategies during the Derek Chauvin trial, 2 Capitol Police officers sue Trump for physical and emotional injuries from Jan. 6 insurrection, whether Trump could face a class action lawsuit regarding the Jan. 6 insurrection, Biden’s infrastructure plan and more.

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Jeff Stein joins Matt to talk about March 4th being the next date right wing conspiracy theorists might try another capitol attack like event. Also predictions on how the Congressional votes will breakdown on the stimulus bill and the idiotic actions by Texas Governor Greg Abbott on eliminating all COVID restrictions.

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Brett Johnson spoke with Minneapolis City Council Member Jeremy Schroeder (ward 11) about a proposed city charter amendment that would change police and law enforcement in Minneapolis. They discussed how the amendment would create a new city department of public safety and how oversight of law enforcement would change under the proposal.

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Jeff Stein joins Matt and shares his thoughts on the Trump/Mitch McConnell dispute, could moderate Republicans break off and start their own party, and how Ross Perot tried to launch his own 3rd party in the 1990’s. Then Barry Hand of the Bdote Learning Center is on to talk about the importance of preserving Native…

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Education Minnesota president Denise Specht talks about how teachers are working to educate students during the pandemic and what a return to in person learning could look like. They also touched on the proposed Page amendment and how to narrow the achievement gap.

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Brett Johnson is joined by DFL house majority leader Ryan Winkler (46A) as they talk about Winkler’s bill that would legalize recreational cannabis in Minnesota. They discuss what his bill would do and efforts being made to get Republican senators on board. They also talked about COVID economic relief packages being proposed at the legislature.

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Brett Johnson recently spoke with Minnesota native and Northwestern University psychology professor David Rapp. They discussed a topic David has been studying for the past few years, the psychology of why people believe disinformation. It’s an especially important topic in the wake of the January 6 Capitol attack.

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Pat Kreitlow with Up North News talks about the latest in Wisconsin political news including a state Supreme Court case that could strike down Wisconsin’s mask mandate, the lack of Republicans in the state doing anything about COVID, whether the state legislature could appoint their own Trump supporting electors to the electoral college and the…

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Brett Johnson spoke with one of the big, emerging progressive leaders in Congress, Jesus “Chuy” Garcia (D-Illinois 4) about a variety of issues. They discussed the New York Times report of Trump’s family separation policy, how Amy Coney Barrett could impact DACA, and border closures since the pandemic began.

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