Garage Logic is the seat of Gumption County, down the road from Diversityville, but not as far as Liberal Lakes. It's a place where common sense prevails, the 2-car garage is revered and cigar smoking is allowed (and lawyers aren't).
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Students at Christopher Newport University in Virginia felt frightened and unsafe because of a tweet written by the school's resident scholar. We receive inside info from the Chicago P.D. trying to stop the murder record. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. Looks like we are fated to get a Covid booster shot every year.
We start the show with a review of the Rolling Stones concert last night. Is Ilhan Omar up to something we know nothing about? Or is she just trying to hang onto a job. Johnny Heidt with guitar news
Chicago's Magnificent Mile is currently not safe for shoppers and tourists. Miss France contestants sue the production company for discrimination. Trayon White of climate control fame, is running for mayor of Washington D.C. Patrick tries to tell another joke and Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
Ilhan Omar tells Minneapolis voters to reject Jacob Frey, thus betraying the black community that she supposedly cares about. Student at Oberlin College is traumatized by the installation of new radiators in his dorm. Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
Superman takes a hit in the cultural wars. Halloween takes a hit in the failed academy. Americans will take a hit once they realize what is in the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill. Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
St Paul police chief Todd Axtell joins to discuss the current conditions relating to crime. Tom Reid joined to discuss west 7th street and his infamous penalty shot goal. Reusse with his weekly visit, and the debut of Rookie telling a joke as Patrick.
Kendall Qualls and Kofi Montzka describe their brilliant movement to rescue black American families from the failed academy and its embrace of CRT. Johnny Heidt with guitar news, and Joe absolutely destroys the idea of providing tax breaks to news gathering institutions.
A St Paul mayoral candidate debate Tuesday night revealed that Melvin Carter can Otter with the best of them. We got some help understanding sentencing guidelines, but we still were left struggling. Gustavus Adolphus College power washed an 18th century botanist for essentially being an advocate for CRT. Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
We discover a story about a so called dead ship off the coast of Yemen. The oil tanker holds 1 million barrels of oil and the vessel has fallen into extremely dangerous disrepair. Minneapolis city council rep Phillipe Cunningham now claims he was tricked into standing on a stage that said Defund the Police. Jason Whitlock asks did John Gruden merely violate the woke commandments? Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
Maclaren Michalski was at the 7th street truck park Sat night, she joined to tell us of the chaos. Ramsey county sheriff Bob Fletcher joined us. On Friday night he predicted the shooting at that very establishment. California fiddles while Rome burns.
Newly released video purports to show Police behaving badly during the riotous protests during the spring of 2020. Really? They were in a war zone. We bid farewell to a great GL'er named Bruce, once Rookie explained to us who Bruce was. Reusse makes his weekly visit.
The mayor has declared that journalism is officially dead after a failed story from Seattle. Listen to Polk county FL sheriff Grady Judd tell it like it is. 16 year old female Chicago carjacker has never suffered a consequence for her actions. She wants to be a doctor.
We were joined by our new friend Kofi Montzka, she of Roseville school board push back fame. GL'ers do not want the IRS in their checkbooks. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. How can rent control possibly be a good idea?
Prosecutors in Chicago are, well, not prosecuting. CDC believes that we should have Christmas virtually this year, GL says no way. Milwaukee public schools will pay parents to bring their kid to school. Nobody in this country wants to work. We check in with Janis Boorman the smoking marathon runner.
The St Paul city council continues its efforts to make buying cigarettes more difficult for poor people. The Mayor discovered a great example of life in Euphoria. Professor sues UCLA objecting to the schools that they must grade more leniently. johnny Heidt with guitar news.
A move is afoot to replace the bar exam for incoming attorneys with a less stressful means of testing. Our downfall continues. Reusse makes his weekly visit. Johnny Heidt with guitar news, and drunk joins the search party that was looking for him.
The city of Brooklyn Center put its new public safety law enforcement rules into place. Good Luck to Brooklyn Center. Check out the Shell commercial running in Europe it will give you the chills. Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
We correct some rather embarrassing numbers regarding electric cars. Maybe the California wildfires are the result of crackpot arsonists NOT climate change. The automobile industry is experiencing major league supply chain problems.
We are all wondering how a train derailed in Montana. What the school of tomorrow will look like. Great emails from GL'ers. Elon Musk raves about China where they can't build coal powered plants fast enough.
Kids in Sartell are being told that they must believe they live in a bigoted city. More meaningless remarks from Phillipe Cunningham about the continued rise in violence in North Minneapolis. Reusse makes his weekly visit.
A 17 year old in St Paul who had been arrested 7 times since April 2020, was confronted by police Tuesday night after he attempted to use one of the two guns on his person. He also had 5 felony warrants for his arrest. Why was he on the street? We were excited to be joined by Kofi Montzka a Roseville mother who taught all of us how to push back against a school board.
Sioux Falls SD continues to sound appealing, especially when it comes to public safety. For the 25th time we have been told by the U.N. that we are on the edge of the climate abyss. Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
Former Minneapolis city council member Don Samuels joins us to start the show. San F5ransisco mayor London Breed pulled an Otter from Animal House when she was asked why she didn't wear a mask indoors at The Black Cat Club. An important garage ruling and Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
Polling reveals that most people in Minneapolis want reform, not fewer cops. A Minnesota mom, Kofi Montzka, has shown the rest of us exactly how to push back at a school board meeting.
The public safety ballot question will be on the ballot for vote this Nov. Mysterians believe its democracy only if they win. We attempted to interview a talking duck in Australia, it was a disaster.
We learn about Nicole Thomas-Kennedy, a leading candidate in the race for the Seattle city's attorney office. Buckle Up. Through a journalism site called Verify we learn what Joe Biden has in mind regarding your bank accounts. Day two of a Jewel Jones update and Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
The strong mayor question in the upcoming election is just as important as the public safety question. The elites who attended the Met Gala didn't wear masks, but the help did. Johnny Heidt with guitar news.
It's becomming increasingly likely that a public safety ballot question will not be written in time for the Nov election. Great emails regarding 9/11 but the show went off the rails when we learned of the unfortunate death of Norm Macdonald, we didn't even know he was sick.
Ilhan Omar tries to explain why she is a yes vote on the Minneapolis public safety ballot question. She makes absolutely no sense. We finally chat with t-shirt Tony, who was kicked out of a Target store in Rochester for wearing a GL t-shirt. The mayor is astonished at what bonsai trees are worth.