The conversation continues on the disruption of normal life by the coronavirus; Matt is incensed by congressional Democrats continuing to compromise on the coronavirus help package saying it makes Republicans look like they had a plan all the way; Matt’s friend Dermot Flanagan joins the show from Ireland to give an update from the other…

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The Trump administration wants to cut checks to Americans to stimulate the economy in the midst of coronavirus; potential airline bailouts; Brett is joined by Max Richman to discuss the consequences of a payroll tax cut.

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Brett and Patrick discuss the coronavirus fallout as well as several bills at the state legislature including wakeboarding and a constitutional amendment to allow the MN legislature to call a special session without gubernatorial approval.

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It’s Super Tuesday and there was an incident at the Secretary of State’s office with the poll finder and redirecting voters to a partisan website. Matt doesn’t downplay the possible implications of this potentially disastrous incident. Also, coronavirus continues to spread through the United States.

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It’s Caucus Night in Minnesota and Matt is graciously joined by MN Secretary of State Steve Simon to discuss the evening’s events. Matt also has a conversation with Cliff Schecter about the Democratic presidential candidate field.

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Matt is joined by DFL Senate candidate Bonnie Westlin, then speaks out on Republican gun idiocy including a new proposed bill from the Minnesota GOP designed to penalize businesses that ban guns from their premises.

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Matt and Patrick discuss Super Bowl Sunday, then Matt spends the rest of the hour discussing the continuing impeachment proceedings and the clear threat to our democracy and the fabric of our country that the Republicans pose.

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On today’s show Brett discusses profitable companies making layoffs such as 3M’s announced cuts, discusses redistricting and the terrors at Shenandoah juvenile detention facility in Virginia, and speaks with Rep. Mary Murphy about bonding.

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Paul Metsa has a great conversation with Bob Porco, grandson of Mike Porco, the original owner of Gerde’s Folk City ahead of the 60th Anniversary of the club at the Iridium in NYC on 1/24/20. Metsa will also be playing on that show.

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We go DEEP to the bench. Brett Johnson and Hunter Hawes are the subs for the subs as they take both live hours today from 3-5. The good news? We have Thom Hartmann on for segment 1!!! We talk about his new book, “The Hidden History of Guns and the Second Amendment,” and his event…

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Ellie Krug fills in for Matt. This weekend is Pride weekend in the Twin Cities and Ellies speaks about the spirit of pride and issues facing the LGBTQIA community. Ellie prompyts the audience to share if they once held prejudice based on sexual orientation and gender that they have evolved on.

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Bike lane talk, how do we deal with belligerent riders. Story of a violent rider. Matt supports bikers but has some observations on the bike lanes and how they are used. Calvin “Cal” Bahr is an American politician and member of the Minnesota House of Representatives and calls for violence against Democrats. No media coverage…

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Brett Johnson and Hunter Hawes host. Richard Painter joins to talk about Trump’s ethics as well as mining and what he has been up to since running for US Senate. Dean Phillips has a town-hall scheduled, remembering the days of absent Erik Paulsen and his negative campaign ads. Also MAGA Tinder?

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