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The battle over electric vehicles starts our third and final hour before former sideline reporter and current podcast host Michele Tafoya joins to discuss the state of the NFL, the Chiefs fan under attack from the left, the Fall Of Minneapolis documentary and much more.
Jody Allen Crowe from a company producing pepper spray joins Jon to discuss his product and how it may make its way into Minnesota institutions such as schools and hospitals as a means of protection as we also play your talkbacks all morning long.
Jon discusses how inflation has hit fast food in our country after we chat about things that make you feel confident, then we welcome in our DC correspondent Andrew Langer to discuss our vice president, the latest missteps by the DFL and more.
Robbie's Rundown includes stories from Congress on the avoidance of a government shutdown, an update to charges filed in the death of hockey player Adam Johnson overseas and abnormalities are observed in one northern Minnesota town that leaves many locals confused.
Jon previews “The Fall Of Minneapolis” and Liz Collin's Wednesday visit to talk about the movie, briefly discusses the dangers of ketamine out of a story from the Sun in Great Britain before State Representative Walter Hudson joins us in studio for multiple segments.
Walter stays for one more segment before we talk about a wild story from the New York Post about a woman who quit her job as a lawyer to become a psychic for animals. James Dickey from the Upper Midwest Law Center closes out the show with the latest in litigation as we take your calls and play your talkbacks all morning long.
Friend of the show and frequent Friday guest Max Rymer joins the show to discuss several local and national issues in and around a conversation with Representative Tom Emmer, who talks about the election results from Tuesday, crypto, the war in Israel and much more.
Lawyer extraordinaire Jeff O'Brien sticks around in studio to discuss the legalization of cannabis in Ohio that was passed this week and what that means for other states moving forward plus we break down last night's debate from many an angle to finish up Thursday's program.
Fallout from election day here in Minnesota as Robbie's Rundown kicks off the show with stories about low voter turnout locally, one member of Congress has been issued a censure and a wild story from the Sunshine State that has delivery drivers on notice.
We play plenty of talkbacks and take your calls to open our third hour on the issues of the morning then Liz Collin from Alpha News joins with what she's working on including the story of a fallen officer and how a routine call turned deadly in mere seconds plus the war in the Middle East and the underreporting of American soldiers who have perished.
Jon breaks down the release of the Nashville transgender shooter's manifesto and why so many people failed over the last six months handling this situation plus some last minute election thoughts as we head out to vote.
Jon breaks down a story emanating from a local school board meeting about the appropriateness of content being exposed to our kids, then we welcome in Rob Doar from the MN Gun Owners Caucus to discuss recent SCOTUS rulings, the gun incident we talked about in DC and different regulations for guns among other topics.