The Friday Roundtable features Max Rymer and Josh Hassing. They join everyone in-studio as Sam wraps up the Top 5 Stories of the day with more details on the controversy over the border patrol agents in Del Rio. Plus, they are joined by Tom Emmer to discuss his legislation focused on preventing shutdowns.
Sam shares the Top 5 Stories of the Day with Drew and Max Rymer, who is filling in for Jon. The top 5 includes details on Biden's newly loosened travel restrictions and a Minnesota poll that shows we don't agree on vaccine mandates (surprise, surprise).
Over 100 shootings occurred around the country over the weekend, and Sam has details on that plus more human remains being found in Minneapolis. She shares the Top 5 Stories of the Day with Drew and Max Rymer, who is filling in for Jon Justice.
Justice & Drew have a great lineup of guests for the second hour! They kick off the hour with Senator Marsha Blackburn to hear her thoughts on Jason Lewis, and later they chat with Secretary of Labor Gene Scalia about reopening our economy. They're also joined in-studio by Max Rymer.
Sam wraps up the top 5 stories she thinks you should know for the day, and Max Rymer comes in-studio as Justice & Drew discuss the hearing for the cops involved in George Floyd's death. Demonstrations and protests are planned throughout the day in response to the charges being announced or dropped.
Scott Johnson from powerlineblog.com joins Drew and Max Rymer, who is filling in for Jon Justice, to discuss a lawsuit he has against Minnesota Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm and MDH press officer Michael Schommer. He is alleging that Malcolm and Schommer have excluded him from recent press briefings on political grounds in violation of the First Amendment. More info can be found at powerlineblog.com
Max Rymer joins Drew in studio to fill in for Jon Justice, and he shares his perspective on attending the RNC, the energy around Trump, and more. Later, they're joined by Scott Johnson from Powerline Blog to discuss his media access (or lack thereof) to recent COVID-19 briefings.
Drew and Max Rymer, who is filling in for Jon Justice, chat with terrorism expert Daveed Gartenstein-Ross about potential foreign interference in the 2020 election. Later, they chat with Cris Peterson, a Wisconsin dairy farmer that spoke at the RNC.
Justice & Drew discuss the very high possibility that Joe Biden is the next democratic presidential nominee. They kick off the hour discussing the Super Tuesday results with National Press Secretary Mandi Merrit. Later, Max Rymer and Jim Nash join them to share information about the MN Secretary of State's official website for finding a polling place on Tuesday going down and redirecting people to a liberal political action committee website.
It's the final show, and we're making our Closing Arguments. The fan boys are in the house to send Walter off in the best way! Former Producer, Brad Omland, and friends of the program, Max Rymer and Zavier Bicott. We take your calls, say our goodbyes and reflect on everything we've learned along the way. It's been an honor & a privilege sharing our evenings with you. Thank you.
Counter terrorism expert, Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, calls in with his first hand knowledge of the middle east and what is unfolding. Representative Tom Emmer calls in. And the Friday News Quiz with Max Rymer, Nick Zerwas, and Brianne.
The Friday Round Table assembles with former state representative, Nick Zerwas and contributor, Max Rymer. Continuing to discuss the airstrike that killed Iranian General Qasem Soleimani. Rose McGowan and the Left's infinite wisdom, and why they're hungry for Trump and America to fail.
Max Rymer is in for his second night of filling in for Walter, and impeachment is on his mind. Well, that and the crazy story of his second son's birth. The Democrats have overplayed their hand, and their erractic behavior is proof of that. And is it possible we could be impeaching the wrong president?
Max Rymer is in for Walter tonight, and he's having somewhat of a political identity crisis. We have CD 5 candidate, Alley Waterbury, in studio to discuss her platform in running against Ilhan Omar. Candidate Kendall Qualls calls in. Representative Mary Franson calls in as well to discuss her fight against government waste. Also, the real, and multiple meanings of Libertarianism. The definite erosion of tradition and what we can do about it. And why Big Business is not our friend.
Max Rymer in for Walter Hudson this evening. Reflecting on a recent trip the Reagan Library in California, and the America that is no longer. Attorney Greg Joseph, who sued St. Paul and won over garbage collection, joins the program. Minnesota Congressional candidate, Kendall Qualls, calls in as well to talk 2020.
Brian McDaniel is in this week for Justice and Drew, and is joined by Max Rymer. Love him or hate him, Trump is making history with North Korea. The contrived outrage from the left and when 'milkshaking' becomes actually dangerous.
Max Rymer concludes his stint as host of the show and dives headfirst into why war should always be a last resort. Trump was what we didn't even know we needed. And we're being 'gaslighted' folks, and we're tired of all the lies.The racket of school referendums, and hearing what you have to say on this Freestyle Friday.
Filling in for Walter, Max Rymer is joined by his podcast parter, Kip Christanson. The post-mortem of the Democratic Debates: why we're always fighting against what's coming next. How exactly do the candidates plan on 'dealing with Mitch McConnell?' And he latest census ruling from the Supreme Court, how this will affect you where you live?
TCNT contributor, Max Rymer, is in for the rest of the week for Walter, and he's talking about the all encompassing scam that is college. Also, the growing suspicions around Representative Ilhan Omar's past are being looked at extensively by Representative Steve Drazkowski, who calls in.
TCNT contributor, Max Rymer is in for Walter tonight. It's starting to appear as though Rep. Ilhan Omar has committed tax fraud. Attorney Greg Joseph sued the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis and won, over city wide trash collection. Executive Director of MNCEF, Adam Seidel and Director of Policy and Advocacy at Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions, Charles Hernick call in to talk responsible environmental policy. And HBO's Chernoybl is an indictment of socialist systems.
A massive seizure of Fentanyl at the border prompts a discussion of drug addiction, border security, and marijuana decriminalization. No more MAGA hats in public unless you're a nazi. Representative Tom Emmer calls in, to talk lack of support in DC for raises for federal workers.
Brian McDaniel, contributor Max Rymer & comedian Corey Adam are in for Justice & Drew. Mitt Romney has found his way back in the news, by criticizing Trump's character. The Government shutdown that isn't really a shutdown. The Democrats lack of policy agenda may cost them, one border wall.
A full studio as Gabe Noah, from the Profession Confession podcast, comedian Corey Adam, and contributor Max Rymer join Brian and Mike for the Friday roundtable. Gabe shares some of the stories he's been hearing lately. And what it's like living next door to Tent City in Minneapolis. He also poses an interesting question for the guys.
Comedian Corey Adam and contributor Max Rymer are in studio for the Friday round table. This hour the guys are joined by Jennifer Schelleberg and Jeff Crandall from RestuarantWorkersofAmerica.org to discuss $15 minimum wage and the implementation of a tip credit in the Twin Cities.
It's a Libertarian Party, party! Producer Brad and Max Rymer take over hosting tonight and have some very special in studio guests: UMN students Charlie Gers, who ran for Minneapolis mayor last year as a Libertarian, Eric Lumpkins and Marissa Huberty of Students for Liberty, talk the war on drugs and their upcoming event. Keith Ellison's divorce records will be unsealed, and what this could mean for the midterm elections.
Regulars, Mike Franklin and Javier, are joined by podcast host, Max Rymer and DFL Lobbyist, Matt Bergeron. Things get messy, again, as the bros make their way through Kavanaugh's possible confirmation. Javier lays into Lindsay Graham, well not literally. The guys somehow find their way to bipartisan agreement over the Keith Ellison allegations.
The Friday Roundtable commences with Max Rymer and Nick Zerwas with discussion on a plan for homeless people in Minneapolis, trash troubles in St. Paul, and more. Later, they chat with Tom Emmer over the phone about a variety of issues.
Kip Christianson and Max Rymer of Kip & Max Save the World podcast join Walter in studio for primary election night analysis. Winning GOP candidates Karin Housley, Jim Hagedorn and Dave Hughes drop in as well.
Max Rymer of the Kip and Max Save the World Podcast joins Brian this morning to co host while Justice & Drew are still out this week. The guys say their goodbyes to political norms and breakdown the origins of the #WalkAway from the Democratic party movement.
Max Rymer sticks around for the third hour of the show as Drew is joined by Marc Lotter to discuss midterm elections and the one-year anniversary of Mueller's probe. Later, Max and Drew chat about Tim Pawlenty sayin' "nah man" to the endorsement and planning to skip the convention.
Max Rymer fills in for Jon Justice to chat with Drew about net neutrality. Later, Senator Dave Osmek joins them in-studio to discuss Dayton's promise to veto the tax bill, school funding, and exactly how much YOUR school district got in new funding over the last biennium.