The Matt McNeil Show

The Matt McNeil Show

Monday-Friday 3PM-5PM

Matt McNeil is a proud Minnesotan, on live weekdays from 3pm to 5pm. 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
The Matt McNeil Show
AM950 Radio

Matt McNeil is a proud Minnesotan, on live weekdays from 3pm to 5pm. 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 – January 25, 2024

Trump lawyer Alina Habba plays hookey; rape pregnancies in states with total abortion bans; Justin Stofferahn of Minnesota Farmers’ Union joins Matt; Twin Cities postal service woes; Minnesota dairy farm wage theft; Worthington newspaper employee’s car vandalized; Joe Biden visits Duluth/Superior.

Justin Stofferahn with Matt – January 25, 2024

Justin was previously the Deputy Research Director at BlueGreen Alliance where he oversaw work on industrial and manufacturing issues. He also spent time in a research role at the lobbying firm Flaherty & Hood, held a legislative role at the Minnesota Department of Revenue and prior to moving to Minnesota for graduate school worked for…

The Matt McNeil Show – January 24, 2024

On today’s show: – Former Congressman Paul Hodes on New Hampshire results. – Matt took dance lessons last night. How did it go? – Kristi Noem puts out a strange ad enticing health care workers to work in South Dakota. – Jeff Stein joins to start the 4 PM hour. – A state trooper has…

Matt McNeil with Jeff Stein (1/24/24)

Matt is joined by our national political expert Jeff Stein. We talk all about last night’s New Hampshire primary!

Matt McNeil with Former US Rep. Paul Hodes

Matt was joined by former Congressman Paul Hodes from the Beyond Politics podcast. They talk about last night’s New Hampshire results for both Democrats and Republicans.

The Matt McNeil Show – January 23, 2024

Oscar nominations released; Gen Z; Alabama execution guinea pig; Cliff Schecter joins the show to discuss the early primary season; Brett stops in to discuss new snowplow names and Iowa inferiority complex; Patrick Coolican makes his Tuesday visit; author Don Carr joins Matt to discuss his new book; Matt heads to dance class tonight.

Don Carr with Matt – January 23, 2024

Author of the eco-thriller The Midnight Rambler out now!

Brett with Patrick Coolican – January 23, 2024

Cliff Schecter with Matt – January 25, 2024

Cliff Schecter is the President of Libertas LLC, a public relations and political strategy firm. He is the author of the 2008 bestselling book The Real McCain, a syndicated columnist, and co-owner of We Act Radio, AM 1480 in Washington DC. He also sits on the Board on the Ohio Innocence Project. You can follow him on…

The Matt McNeil Show – January 22, 2024

Matt’s Saturday night outing dueling with the NFL playoffs; Supreme Court allows federal border authorities to dismantle Texas border wire; Ron DeSantis drops out; Matt at the theater; Pete Stauber praises infrastructure money he voted against; the best and worst performing schools in the metro; Joe Mauer on brink of Hall of Fame.