Cristiane Taylor, founder and owner of Healthy Eating on the Go Protein Bars joins Ken Haglind to talk about her healthy nutrition bars. She started her business in 2013 offering consumers high quality, natural and nutritional snacks that everyone in the family can enjoy. Cristiane has been an entrepreneur for over 15 years and has…

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Jacob Frey and Tim Walz clash over when the National Guard was deployed during the riots; Antone Melton-Meaux hit with a campaign finance complaint from the DFL, but Ilhan Omar isn’t exactly clean as a whistle either in the campaign finance department; early voting.

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What happens if RBG is unable to stay on the court before November? Why Brett thinks it may work better in the long run if Trump appoints someone rather than allows voters to decide like in 2016. Other miscellaneous news including Speedway bought out again, and the Bottineau Blue Line extension may be dead.

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Host Robert Pilot’s Guests: NEWS Segment by Ogima Ginew Ikwe Mike Goze Ho Chunk Nation MN Rep. Mary Kunesh-Podein ND Rep. Ruth Anna Buffalo BONUS Facebook section Heather Keeler Wendy Burtis Pilot HSUS Red Dawn SD State Senator Nancy Marie Beaulieu MN350 Curtis West Ho Chunk

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We had a great conversation with Professor Anne Margaret Daniel about Bob Dylan’s new masterpiece Rough and Rowdy Ways. Prof. Daniel is both a Bob Dylan and F. Scott Fitzgerald scholar, talks about both of them, their MN connection, and the poetic allusions in Dylan’s great new disc, among other things. Really fun show!

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Host Robert Pilot’s Guests: NEWS Segment by Ogima Ginew Ikwe MN Rep. Mary Kunesh-Podein ND Rep. Ruth Anna Buffalo Nancy Marie Beaulieuu MN350 Wendy Burtis Pilot HSUS Robert Blake from Red Lake: Solar Bear, Native Sun Curtis West Ho Chunk

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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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Host Robert Pilot’s Guests: NEWS Segment by Ogima Ginew Ikwe Clyde Bellecourt and Sequoia Dreaming Elk AIM MN Rep. Mary Kunesh-Podein SD State Senator Red Dawn Wendy Burtis Pilot HSUS Nancy Marie Beaulieuu MN350 ND Rep. Ruth Anna Buffalo Curtis West Ho Chunk

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Terri Mattson, Founder of Beginning Today Lifestyle Wellness, offers coaching classes to companies, senior communities, and individuals to help guide you in making small changes in habits for maximum results one step at a time. She has been in the wellness industry for over 13 years and the last four running her own coaching company.…

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Sandra Feist is Democrat of the Day; did MPD Union Director Anna Hedberg lie to the state senate about the “give it up” order for the 3rd Precinct in Minneapolis? Also, MST3K’s Frank Conniff joins to discuss his latest upcoming project.

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How much could it cost St. Thomas University to go from D-III to D-I – and will taxpayers be footing the bills for facility upgrades for a private school? Also, why is the Mall of America’s parent group asking for bailouts? Brett also discusses the process behind getting an absentee ballot.

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MN State Senate candidate A. John Peters joins on Democrat of the Day; Republicans continue to push for schools to reopen; GOP state reps Eric Lucero and Kurt Daudt both had interesting days yesterday – Eric, you think your supporters are with you on masks, and Kurt, did that suit come out of Don Cherry’s…

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Brett and Patrick discuss the Alabama GOP senate primary between Jeff Sessions and former college football coach Tommy Tuberville, as well as why money is pouring into Minnesota CD5 when Ilhan Omar is still the popular consensus candidate; Greta Kaul of MinnPost joins Brett to talk about the dramatic increase in poor neighborhoods in the…

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Matt follows up on the other day’s tornadoes; Matt warns about fake Democrats running outstate being propped up by conservative interests; Minnesota update; Bill Corbett joins to discuss his upcoming Radio Round event on Sunday, July 12.

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Two Minnesota Republican state senators who opposed tornado relief for North Minneapolis several years ago got a tornado of their own in their districts last night, and Matt hasn’t forgotten in case they come asking for aid; Minnesota update; author and politician David Pepper joins the show to discuss Ohio politics and his new book.

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Matt calls out congressional Democrats for not being forceful enough on the Russia/Taliban bounties; State Sen. Bill Ingebrigtsen has some curious comments about Minneapolis kids being shot; Jeff Stein joins for his weekly interview.

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Officer Thomas Lane’s legal team has filed for dismissal of the case in his involvement in George Floyd’s death; Brett reads the account of his interview with investigators (listener discretion is advised).

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Naked man in Duluth’s sewers! Then, Sen. John Hoffman joins to discuss his reelection campaign; Edina COVID spike, and it’s all about the younguns this time; Matt and family visit Mall of America; Sen. Scott Jensen is in hot water for dismissing COVID’s threat.

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Freddie Bell and co-host Joe McKenzie discuss integrating your unique career story into your job search efforts. The goal is to help improve the likelihood of landing the ideal job. We also welcome partners from AARP twin Cities, The Cora McCorvey Health and Wellness Center, West Metro Hypnosis and Unity South Twin Cities.

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Host Robert Pilot’s Guests: NEWS Segment by Ogima Ginew Ikwe Winona LaDuke Honor the Earth ND Rep. Ruth Anna Buffalo Nancy Marie Beaulieuu MN350 SD State Senator Red Dawn Wendy Burtis Pilot MN Rep. Mary Kunesh-Podein SD State Senator Red Dawn Curtis West Ho Chunk

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Tom Ostdiek, President of Ostdiek Group, Inc. joins Ken Haglind to talk about Medicare and Social Security. The Ostdiek Group is an insurance agency with an emphasis on Medicare beneficiaries and Social Security consulting.  Tom was born and raised in Hopkins and has his offices in Coon Rapids.  He offers no cost educational programs about…

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Matt continues the discussion on Columbus; coronavirus is still a major threat; Calvin Griffith’s statue removed from Target Field; Paul Gazelka has a problem – someone from his own district was arrested for arson in Minneapolis.

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Brett speaks with organizer Anthony Hernandez about the efforts to recall Hennepin County DA Mike Freeman; Social Security expert Max Richman joins the show to discuss the controversial Trust Act which has garnered the support of Dean Phillips.

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Coronavirus update; Matt warns Dean Phillips not to sign the Trust Act; Rep. Pete Stauber thinks Bob Kroll is a pretty swell guy; outstate Republicans stonewalling police reform is like metro DFLers blocking hypothetical aid for rural farmers.

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Ron McGlennen M.D., President, Medical Director and founder of Access Genetics and OralDNA Labs along with Diane Larson RDH, Clinical Specialist with OralDNA Labs discuss the benefits of using personalized diagnostics from your DNA to benefit your overall health and how their tests can identify and help address the three major dental diseases: periodontal, cavities,…

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