Election recap in a very puzzled mayor's office in Garage Logic. Strange ruling from a first time home owner. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. Heard On The Show: All Minneapolis City Council results now in, Jenkins retains seat Want to tune in for the third GOP presidential debate? Here's how to watch Democrats won big on abortion rights Tuesday. Here's what the results say for the US going into 2024 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A push back victory. Hennepin County judge Paul Scoggin rejected one of Mary Moriality's plea deals. We more finely hone Sensum's razor. It was not a National day of jihad in Garage Logic. Reusse with his weekly sports report. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We make a Garage Logic attempt to understand the slaughter in Israel through the lens of The Mystery. GL'er solves tree inequity issue. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. Heard On The Show: Minneapolis seeks feedback on New Nicollet Development ahead of former Kmart building demolition WRAPUP 9-Israel pulverises Gaza after Hamas attack as it collects its dead Anoka man's pumpkin smashes world weight record Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We talked with the ‘mayor' of Garage Logic, the legendary Joe Soucheray about his legacy, the historical success behind ‘Garage Logic' and some of his fondest memories as a longtime radio and podcast icon in the state of Minnesota.
Former Speaker of the House and majority leader Kurt Daudt joins us to kick off the final hour of the show talking about Democrats in the latest session and the importance of implementing reform in the education funding and who he thinks would be a good fit to run against Amy Klobuchar next year. Then we sit down with the 'Mayor' of Garage Logic and Minnesota radio and media icon Joe Soucheray on his legacy and 'Garage Logic.
In this episode Dr Clark turns to Romans 8:31—39, where we see the Apostle comforts believers with the glorious truths of the perseverance of the saints and the high priestly work of Christ for us. He also answers a questions from David about why we forget the gospel, from Molly about which church history surveys we should read, and from Michael about how to relate promise to law and gospel, since both have promises. The opening audio comes from the Garage Logic podcast. This episode of the Heidelcast is sponsored by the Heidelberg Reformation Association. You love the Heidelcast and the Heidelblog. You share it with friends, with members of your church, and others but have you stopped to think what would happen it all disappeared? The truth is that we depend on your support. If you don't do not make the coffer clink, the HRA will simply sink. Won't you help us keep it going? The HRA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All the your gifts are tax deductible. Use the donate link on this page or mail a check to Heidelberg Reformation Association, 1637 E Valley Parkway #391, Escondido CA 92027. All the Episodes of the Heidelcast Resources On Romans Subscribe To the Heidelcast On Twitter @Heidelcast How To Support Heidelmedia: use the donate button below Subscribe in Apple Podcast Subscribe directly via RSS New Way To Call The Heidelphone: Voice Memo On Your Phone Text the Heidelcast any time at (760) 618–1563. The Heidelcast is available everywhere podcasts are found including Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Call the Heidelphone anytime at (760) 618–1563. Leave a message or email us us a voice memo from your phone and we may use it in a future podcast. Record it and email it to Heidelcast at heidelcast dot net. If you benefit from the Heidelcast please leave a five-star review on Apple Podcasts so that others can find it. Please do not forget to make the coffer clink (see the donate button below). SHOW NOTES Heidelblog Resources The HB Media Archive The Ecumenical Creeds The Reformed Confessions Heidelberg Catechism (1563) Recovering the Reformed Confession (Phillipsburg: P&R Publishing, 2008). What Must A Christian Believe? Why I Am A Christian Heidelblog Contributors Resources on Eschatology Contra Postmillennialism Why Reformed Folk Become Lutheran Resources On the Imputation Of The Active Obedience Of Christ Sanctification Is A Work Of God's Grace: Resources On Sanctification Resources on the Covenant of Works (incl. Lev 18:5) Support Heidelmedia: use the donate button or send a check to: Heidelberg Reformation Association 1637 E. Valley Parkway #391 Escondido CA 92027 USA The HRA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
On Monday, August 12th all of Gumption County, or most of it, joined us to celebrate 30 years of Garage Logic! Join the entire GL crew as they look back on 30 years of memories from the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre, with special guests, Patrick Reusse, the Lake Detective, and even the CP! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What exactly is the Transportation Action Plan of Minnesota? Target Co. continuing to be under fire for their views on transgenderism. Twin Cities parks rank two and three in the country, despite lacking equity, which is B as in B, S as in S. Johnny Heidt with guitar news, Reusse with his weekly sports report. Heard On The Show: Meet John Heidt, the voice of Garage Logic for 20 years MPS issues statement after fight at Washburn High School leads to stabbing, shots fired ‘Crunch' time in debt ceiling talks, as McCarthy and Biden reach for a deal with deadline looming ‘Crunch' time in debt ceiling talks, as McCarthy and Biden reach for a deal with deadline looming Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tyeastia Green resigns as Minneapolis head of racial equity, inclusion, and belonging. Her department is being audited. What is a genderqueer shapeshifter? we met Harold Hovde the space-management master of Garage Logic. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. Heard on the show: Minneapolis city officials discuss approach to fixing potholes, urge residents to report them Eagan police officer injured after early morning crash with semi-truck on I-35E Russian fighter jets ‘bullied' US drone before knocking it out of the sky Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
More on the place that used to be called Hamline University. Part 2 of a mystery snow shoveling episode. GL'ers weigh in on Katy, the woman who is grateful for her property taxes. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Montana knows how to plow snow
Joe tries to be Katy. You'll find out why. Minnesota is one of the few states in the country that will take your property for unpaid property taxes. Ray of hope on melting glaciers. Reusse with his weekly sports report. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” The Letter to the Editor from Katy
Dawn went home for Christmas and as you might expect, hilarity ensued. Kenny also offers up some information on The Most Interesting Man In The World. Remember him? FROM THE CAST Most Interesting Man In The World
President Biden had to have the spending bill flown to him on vacation in order to sign it. Yes it's full of climate change spending. Electric garbage trucks in New York, also fitted for snow-plowing, don't work. Year end climate review shows what we knew all along. Climate hysteria is an agenda. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Walz, statewide Democrats sworn into office on Monday Winter storm to move into region Monday, worst conditions expected Tuesday More than 60,000 view Benedict XVI's body at Vatican
Stanford University does a turnabout on its language restrictions. Can a link be made between attendance with sporting events and the health of a city? The truth about the proposed St Paul sales tax increase. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Former Minneapolis officer charged with assault in Jaleel Stallings beating Jan. 6 panel drops Trump subpoena as it wraps up work Pelé, Brazil's mighty king of 'beautiful game,' has died
Who is Archibald Granville Bush? Joe has serious questions about the future of the show based on every story that appears in today's newspapers. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Staff gives South Dakota governor flamethrower for Christmas Gov. Tim Walz proposes plan to fight fraud in the wake of Feeding Our Future scandal Mayor Melvin Carter pitches 1% sales tax for St. Paul parks, streets
Hamline University should no longer be sanctioned, chartered, or whatever they have to have to be a University. Listen and find out why. John Heidt with guitar news. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Joe's "Tis the day before Christmas" column Police: Charging deadline extended for cases stemming from fatal Mall of America shooting Southwest under scrutiny after wave of storm cancellations Man Used Xmas Ornament In Domestic Attack
Steven C and John Heidt provide a Christmas musical experience. Reusse only wants one thing for Christmas.........air. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Christmas Together from the Cathedral of St. Paul - Steven C The official NORAD Santa tracker
Kim Potter's request for an early release has been denied. Tell your college kids who are coming home for Christmas how the Taliban treat women. Gov Walz names his new cabinet members. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” More than 8 inches of snowfall reported at MSP; dozens of flights canceled, delayed New Report Confirms U.S. Life Expectancy has Declined to Lowest Level Since 1996 Met Council Committee approves $211 million for Southwest Light Rail
Stanford University will no longer use offensive words like brave and America. Mayoral ruling on wrapping presents. President of Toyota fights back against EV's. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” US Socialist Convention Ridiculed After Righteous Outburst Over 'Gender Pronouns' St. Paul surpasses last year's record homicide numbers with fatal overnight shooting Accomplice pleads guilty to child sex trafficking conspiracy allegedly helmed by GOP donor Lazzaro
Believe it or not, some daycare fraudsters who are also food fraudsters are still receiving money. Students The New University are occupying the administration building and demanding that all students receive A grades. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Figures linked to meals fraud case continue to collect millions in daycare support NYC New School students demand ‘A' grades, refunds after faculty strike
The Trump baseball cards sold out promptly. Fool me once. More sad observations about the Brooklyn Center High School anti-police mural. Reusse with his weekly sports report. Rookie breaks into unusual Christmas song. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” EPIC Top Gun Maverick Home Christmas Show! Visit W3Schools Visit W3Schools
Donald Trump has come up with a new scam that is beyond comedy. The TSA is testing new technology to screen gender confused people. More on the Brooklyn Center High School mural controversy. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” The Trump video we played on the show DPS: Over 1,400 arrests in less than 3 weeks of impaired driving enforcement U of M Morris Student Association calls on Regent Sviggum to resign immediately
Christmas lights have shown up in Bozeman and Milwaukee. Further exploration of the Brooklyn Center High School mural. The problem with the Failed Academy is too many administrators. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Minneapolis City Council votes 7-4 to establish community commission on police oversight Police: Burglar in witch's costume stole more than $300K in jewelry from MOA kiosk on Halloween DeSantis targets Covid vaccine manufacturers and CDC in latest anti-vaccine moves
Brooklyn Center High School is proudly displaying a mural denigrating the police. Mayor Frey is hoping to rejuvenate downtown Minneapolis with such hard-hitting businesses as doggy daycare. Ilhan Omar update. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Metro Transit investigating double-fatal shooting near central Green Line station, no one in custody St. Paul City Council president to step down in Dec. 2023 Ilhan Omar defends Qatar's slavery while trashing America (again)
Pregnant black women in San Francisco can now get free tax payer money just like trans people. What to do about Minnesota's surplus and unreasonable tax burdens. Libraries out east relent, they will have Christmas trees. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Dedham Public Library Displaying Christmas Tree After Heated Town Debate Police: Driver smashes into several vehicles in McDonald's parking lot after robbery COPAL MN launches 45-day campaign for 'Driver's Licenses for All' legislation
Theory: Will even crime be thought to be the invention of white supremacy. Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema has left the Democratic party to become an Independent. You can no longer watch "A Charlie Brown Christmas" on network television. Reusse with his weekly sports report. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Massachusetts library nixes Christmas tree to be more inclusive: report A sad day for A Charlie Brown Christmas BCA: Man exchanged gunfire before fatal shooting by St. Paul police; family demands answers
The United States needs an adult politician to address the inconvenient truth about EV's. We are still short a Marine but the Russians released Brittney Griner. John Heidt with guitar news. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Howard Cosell broadcasts John Lennon's death 42 years ago The Reusse rant we played on the show today From the Archives: St. Paulites on USS Ward fired first shot at Pearl Harbor 60 Minutes reported on how DEA agents captured Viktor Bout Twin Cities auto body shops see record number of cars needing repairs
GL'ers should form activist groups to demand a return of the record state surplus. There are DFL'ers who indicate they are willing to surrender taxing social security. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Hawaii remembrance draws handful of Pearl Harbor survivors Gophers, Fleck agree to new 7-year deal Minnesota Senate Democrats divided over eliminating state tax on Social Security income
Oxfordshire County in England has taken the first step to banning the automobile. Disney is going to replace Splash Mountain with a different theme because Splash Mountain is racist. John Heidt the guitar playing newsman, plays the guitar during the newscast.
Windmills in Europe are getting wind-milled by the wind. Gen Z parents think Santa is traumatizing. New house Democratic whip, Kathryn Clark, says her children wake up with climate change nightmares.
We devote the entire show to meet the entire staff of "Our Streets Minneapolis" “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Wisconsin deputy takes wrong way driver head-on Meet the entire staff of Our Streets Minneapolis
The city of Minneapolis will inevitably take over routine sidewalk shoveling. A former professor at the University of San Diego did not believe in giving grades, find out why. John Heidt with guitar news. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Kanye West slammed over bizarre Alex Jones' Infowars interview MNA members to begin strike Dec. 11; end dates vary throughout state Police warn of increase in robberies during meet-ups to buy, sell items