The Matt McNeil Show

The Matt McNeil Show

Monday-Friday 4PM-6PM

Matt McNeil is a proud Minnesotan, on live weekdays from 4pm to 6pm. Matt has been living most of his life in the state of his birth. He's a husband, a father of three, a veteran, and a broadcaster. He's worked in radio for over 25 years, starting with Armed Forces Radio in Nuremberg, Germany. He currently lives in Hopkins.

On his show Matt talks politics from a Democrat/Progressive perspective, but he'll also venture into parenting, religion, entertainment, sports, gardening, business, cooking, and many other subjects. He interviews politicians, political insiders, authors, pundits, entertainers, and artists, and loves talking to the listeners.

Besides being on air, you can read his thoughts at the 'Progressive Citizen X' blog.

The Matt McNeil Show - AM950 The Progressive Voice of Minnesota
The Matt McNeil Show - AM950 The Progressive Voice of Minnesota
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Matt McNeil is a proud Minnesotan, on live weekdays from 3pm to 4pm on AM950. Matt has been living most of his life in the state of his birth. He's a husband, a father of three, a veteran, and a broadcaster. He's worked in radio for over 25 years, starting with Armed Forces Radio in Nuremberg, Germany. He currently lives in Hopkins. On his show Matt talks politics from a Democrat/Progressive perspective, but he'll also venture into parenting, religion, entertainment, sports, gardening, business, cooking, and many other subjects. He interviews politicians, political insiders, authors, pundits, entertainers, and artists, and loves talking to the listeners.

Michael Brodkorb with Matt – January 20, 2023

Torey Van Oot with Matt – January 20, 2023

Torey Van Oot is a Twin Cities reporter at Axios. She is co-author of the Axios Twin Cities newsletter, covering consequential news and developments in the region.

The Matt McNeil Show – January 19, 2023

– No more Lake Chipotle! – The US hits the debt ceiling. – Republican hostage taking over the debt ceiling. – How the debt crisis was created by Republicans. – Trump’s latest excuse for taking classified documents. – Jack Rice joins Matt to talk about Derek Chauvin’s attorney filing an appeal. – The Pioneer Press…

Matt McNeil with Jack Rice (1/19/23)

Matt is joined by criminal defense attorney and former CIA officer Jack Rice. They talk about Derek Chauvin’s attorney filing an appeal for a new trial in a new venue and what that might mean plus some other legal stories.

The Matt McNeil Show – January 18, 2023

– More snow on the way to the Twin Cities! – Derek Chauvin’s attorney wants a new trial in a different venue. – Jeff Stein joins Matt talking about fun with Iowa radio, US House committee assignments, Kevin McCarthy burning bridges with GOP moderates, the looming debt ceiling showdown, Republican civil war on abortion and…

Brett Johnson with Angela Warner of Warners’ Stellian

Brett Johnson was joined by Angela Warner of Warners’ Stellian. They talked about the history of Warners’ Stellian and how they are giving back partnering with the Make-A-Wish program. For every appliance purchased $799 and up, Warners’ Stellian will donate $50 to Make-A-Wish.

Matt McNeil with Jeff Stein (1/18/23)

It’s our national political expert Jeff Stein. They talk about fun with Iowa radio, US House committee assignments, Kevin McCarthy burning bridges with GOP moderates, the looming debt ceiling showdown, Republican civil war on abortion and more.

The Matt McNeil Show – January 17, 2023

Two-faced Republicans praising and criticizing MLK; racism in housing; man wearing a controversial shirt approached by security at the Mall of America; Matt’s story corner as we work through technical issues; Gov. Walz unveils his budget proposal; Patrick Coolican joins Brett; New Mexico Republican candidate arrested for firing gunshots at Democratic legislators’ homes; what Republicans…

Patrick Coolican with Brett 1/17/23

The Matt McNeil Show – January 16, 2023

Reflecting on last night’s Vikings game and the broader implications; Matt commemorates MLK Day including an excerpt from a speech Dr. King gave in 1965; Republicans having a bad day on the Sunday news shows.