The Mike McIntee Show
Rebroadcast Monday-Friday 5AM-6AM
A local, interview-driven program focused on the daily news cycle and hosted by established Twin Cities journalist Mike McIntee. Weekdays at 4pm.
Mike speaks with Jeffrey Mathwig of the Center for Homicide Research about the Mom’s Demand Action Rally for common sense gun laws that took place at the capitol today. Then David Cooley of Veterans for Piece talks about his group’s work to stop VA privatization. And CD6 DFL candidate Richard Kelly talks about his campaign…
Ken Gude of Cap on Trump, Pompeo, and Bolton. AG candidate Matt Pelikan.
Mike speaks with Tim Maier of Talk Media News about Sean Hannity being revealed as a client of Michael Cohen’s among other national news. Also Aaron Brown recaps what happened at the CD8 DFL convention. And Melissa Ridolfi, VP, Retirement and College Leadership – Fidelity Investments talks about some last minute tax IRA preparations you…
Kevin Featherly of Minn Lawyer chats with Mike about what we might see in the second half of the legislative session. Also what will happen in this weekends congressional district conventions? Then a look at national news including the latest Trump/Comey spat with Doug Christian of Talk Media News.
Jack Rice joins Mike and talks about a possible military strike on Syria, Paul Ryan not seeking reelection, and the seriousness of Trump’s lawyer’s office getting raided. Then AJ Vincens of Mother Jones recaps what happened at the Mark Zuckerberg/Facebook congressional hearings.
Jocelyn Fox of CAP joins on gender wage gap. Then Pam Colby on her film Not in My Lifetime.
Ellen Ratner of Talk Media chats with Mike about DC news including the raid on Trump’s lawyer. Also several congressional district conventions are coming up. And Meredith Abby of Peace March MN on an anti-war demonstration coming up this weekend.
Ellen Ratner of Talk Media News speaks with Mike about new Trump tariffs and more cabinet resignations that could be on the way. Also your thoughts on #TPaw reentering MN politics. And Scott Sargard of the Center of American Progress on high school graduation requirements and how they don’t often prepare students adequately for college.