The Matt McNeil Show
Matt McNeil is a proud Minnesotan, on live weekdays from 3pm to 4pm. 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 first half of the show is spent with Matt and callers talking about the hypocrisy of Republicans condemning Al Franken but giving Roy Moore a free pass. Then the second half of the show is spent talking traveling with Shayla from Living on a One Way.
On today’s show: Tony Cornish and Dan Schoen resign and then a conversation with Jeff Stein as he shares a unique theory about the accusations against Al Franken.
Matt talks Al Franken. Gives his plans for Thanksgiving. Takes your calls and is joined by a food expert to talk about Thanksgiving.
Matt spends the entire hour with candidate for governor of Minnesota Paul Thissen.
Matt is joined by Cliff Schecter to talk about Al Franken. Takes calls and talks Thanksgiving.
Matt talks about Al Franken sexual abuse scandal. Matt says Al Franken should resign, do you agree? We hear from the audience on this controversial topic.
Matt starts the show talking about how Minnesota did not win the 20223 bid to host the World’s Fair. Also a story about the so called “periwinkle perv.” Then on a more seriousness note Matt takes your calls about the sexual harassment problems taking place at the state capitol.
Matt is joined with Rebecca Otto for the whole show.
Some quick hits from Matt on Republicans destroying coffee makers and why the Minnesota media is burying stories on Minnesota politicians in sexual harassment scandals. Then Quinn Nystrom is in studio to talk about November being diabetes awareness month.