Matt points out the hypocrisy in the Carpenters’ Union supporting Trump and Line 3 while opposing the Southwest Light Rail line; coronavirus; redo the presidential election, and only the presidential election, under martial law?

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A recap of Matt’s Thanksgiving weekend. Melania tries for a slightly less creepy White House Christmas this year (also a holiday she complained about decorating for while on tape). Paul Gazelka meanders his way onto Matt’s Facebook page, and Matt has quite the response for Gazelka. Republicans make no effort to appeal to metro areas.…

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Matt can’t stop you from getting together, but hopes you will at the least be cautious and not complain if people get sick; virus update; South Dakota’s continued sky-high virus rates and how Matt traces all of the Midwest’s current crisis back to Sturgis.

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Matt heads down to the Minnesota River off Normandale; the continued selfishness of COVIDiots; an incoming GOP rep aided by a fake marijuana candidate taunts the state government and shows his true ambitions; Michigan certifies for Biden.

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Toplessness legal for everybody in Minneapolis; Penny the Turkey killed by the DNR; coronavirus; Jennifer Grand Canyon Carnahan update; chef and food expert Terry John Zila joins the show to discuss his Thanksgiving catering and some fantastic ideas you can try at your smaller gathering this year.

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People continue to deny COVID and cry victim when it hits them; what about the liberties and freedoms for people not to get sick?; State Auditor Julie Blaha joins the show; Tyson Foods management in Iowa taking bets on how many employees would become ill with COVID.

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Tom Bakk and Chris Tomassoni depart the DFL caucus to become independents, which Matt thinks was fraudulent and orchestrated with the Senate GOP well before the election as both ran as DFL candidates; coronavirus update, new restrictions coming; Jeff Stein’s weekly visit.

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We start today’s show with DFL state Senate minority leader Susan Kent talking about Senate Republicans not sharing information about a COVID outbreak within their caucus. What did Republicans know and when did they know it? Also Pat Kreitlow with Up North News talks about the latest in Wisconsin political news including a state Supreme…

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Matt thinks Republicans have overplayed their hand trying to plan for a possible Klobuchar nomination to a Biden cabinet post; conservatives question Matt on his veteran status and how they have chosen Trump over country; coronavirus disaster continues.

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Biden officially beats Trump!! Why claims of voter and election fraud from Republicans are plain stupid. The race for 2022 starts now. The 71 million who voted for Trump will vote for the GOP in 2022. Will you vote in 2022? Why Georgia Democrats had more success compared to other states. And more on what…

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Biden creeps closer to victory; Matt continues the discussion from yesterday on the DFL’s somewhat Pyrrhic victory on Tuesday night in Minnesota and how both rural and metro residents have legitimate gripes but also need to refocus; coronavirus continues its explosive, rapid spread.

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We start today’s show with Secretary of State Steve Simon talking about how people can make sure their vote is counted (don’t vote by mail at this point). He also talks about rules regarding voter intimidation on election day. Then Matt calls out Republicans for preventing veterans and active duty military personnel from voting. What…

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State hous speaker Melissa Hortman starts off today’s show as she and Matt talk about the bonding bill and the upcoming legislative elections. Also the Charlie Brown Halloween (and other holiday specials) will no longer be shown on network TV. The long term health impacts of people who survive having COVID-19 are very scary.

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It’s Matt’s birthday…and October snowmageddon!!! Matt updates us on the storm and why October snow isn’t all that unusual. Also Matt reflects on the passing of Sid Hartman. Then how COVID is still rapidly spreading in MN, especially rural counties. A look at how the metro growing at a faster pace than rural MN will…

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Matt smashes the Hunter Biden email controversy; record setting day of COVID cases in Minnesota; MN GOP disowns a candidate over anti-Semitic comments 2 1/2 months later and Matt wonders why it took even 2 1/2 hours; Matt calculates the gigantic deficit Republicans will have to make up based on early voting alone in Minnesota.

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Lindsey Port is Democrat of the Day; please get out and vote; which Jim Hagedorn scandal are you? You can find out; coronavirus update; House Republicans are getting nervous about not having a bonding bill passed to bring home to their constituents.

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Matt starts the show talking about Indigenous People’s Day (not Columbus Day) and how Matt voted today. Also why are MN Republican house members now finally open to a bonding bill? States surrounding Minnesota are doing a terrible job managing COVID-19 outbreaks. Responding to the Amy Coney Barrett hearings Matt talks about how the corporate…

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Idiot drives from southwestern MN to Duluth for a Trump rally, punches a WCCO reporter once he gets there; a private security firm has enlisted guards to watch Minneapolis polling places against state law; Jim Hagedorn in ethics trouble yet again.

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We start today’s show talking about the death of Eddie Van Halen. Then Matt talks about two reasons why he didn’t sleep well last night. One being a libertarian leaning friend who tried justifying the Proud Boys. The other on how Republicans will easily go along with Trump to try and steal the election.

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Chris LaTondresse is Democrat of the Day; Matt discusses the far-reaching implications of the Trumps’ positive COVID tests and how they directly impact Minnesotans with all the state officials he had contact with and who they have since then had contact with.

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We start today’s show with Cliff Schecter talking about Brad Parscale, Trump’s taxes (or lack thereof), the SCOTUS, the Biden vs. Trump debate and more! Also Matt talks about how Democrats should campaign in rural areas.

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Former Maryland governor and 2016 presidential candidate Martin O’Malley is Democrat of the Day; the Serial Squirter has been arrested; what Minnesota would look like right now in terms of the virus if Republicans were in control.

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Matt continues the discussion on what will happen next with the Supreme Court and all the things conservatives might be chomping at the bit to strike down; coronavirus update; more QAnon candidate lunacy; Flo from Minneapolis voted early!

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Today we talk about how we got to this point of having Trump replacing RBG thanks to people not voting in 2016. How should Democrats (especially moderate Dems) respond once a new Trump justice is on the court? Also Secretary of State Steve Simon is our Democrat of the Day to talk about how people…

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Matt discusses what is inherently wrong when a white kid who shoots three people is let go by the police while a black man is shot 7 times in the back in the same city; coronavirus update; MN GOP communications director Jack Tomczak’s disturbing allegations of committing stalking/harassment against his ex-wife and why no one…

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Matt “mourns” Danielle Stella’s defeat in the CD5 Republican primary, but may have found a new friend across the river in CD4; State senate Republicans’ surprise firing of Nancy Leppink, and how this is retaliation against Tim Walz’s emergency powers; Minnesota coronavirus update; Racist Christmas Tree Guy has his job back, and Matt is not…

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Matt starts the show talking about legendary working actor and Minnesota native James Hong, who just passed away. Georgia and other red states are having more issues with forcing students and teachers back to the classroom. Joe Biden picks Kamala Harris as his Vice President. DFL vice chair Marge Hoffa is our Democrat of the…

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Matt starts off with words for Jim Hagedorn and Sean Nienow; Gretchen Piper is the Democrat of the Day; continuing the conversation on schools reopening; Mary Cerruti joins to discuss the upcoming reopening of the Walker Art Center.

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FL Rep. Ted Yoho’s verbal attack on AOC at the US Capitol; Matt gives an in-depth explanation for why schools can’t reopen; the passed police reform bill and failed bonding bill at the state legislature last night and why Matt expects the bonding bill has a good chance of eventually passing this fall.

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