Tyler Kistner is running for US House in CD2 – the southeast Metro area.
Busy night tonight. Here’s what’s going on.
Every election is important for Second Amendment supporters. But this one is particularly fraught. On the one hand, support for gun rights was growing, perhaps virally, even before the Blue City Plague and the Democrat Riots. The number of undecideds, newbies and leftists who’ve strapped up in the past seven months should change
We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Debate – After that, join Brad Carlson, the staff of AlphaNews, and me on AM1280 at 8PM for an hour of talk about the latest in MInnesota and national campaign talk, in what has been an amazingly turbulent week.
It’s a good day to be an extrovert!
Doug Willletts is running for MN Senate in SD51 against Sandy Masin.
And Diane Napper is running for the MN State Senate in SD63 against Patricia Torres Ray.
By the way, I specifically and explicitly offer equal time – let’s call it a “challenge to take the equal time” – to Senators Torres Ray and Masin.
Amy Alkon’s piece in Quillette, “LA’s Failed Homeless Policies Turned My Home Into A Prison“
And here’s the Legislative Evaluation Assembly’s annual report.
Donald Raleigh is running for MN State House in District 38A.
Alexander Buster Deputie is running for the MN State Senate in SD67 – the East Side, the Senate side of John Thompson’s seat. By all means, help him out – and if you know any Eastsiders who are sick and tired of paying Saint Paul’s insane taxes but having law enforcement called a “racist privilege” anyway, have a word with them.
Kyle Hooten writes for AlphaNews Minnesota. He’s been covering how the Soros-funded “Minnesota Freedom Fund” is paying bail for people whose “peaceful protest” includes beating people nearly to death. By the way – here’s a GoFundMe for one of Lionel Timms’ victims.
Today on the Northern Alliance Radio Network:
- Alexander Deputie, GOP-endorsed candidate for the Minnesota State Senate in Senate District 67. He’s a small businessman, an immigrant, and if Eastsiders are smart, he might be the best chance Saint Paul has of not turning into a cold Flint.
- We’ll be talking about last week’s episode in Hugo – and the planned counterprotest today, and the GOP leadership that pulled out over the threats. Also the threats.
I’m on from 1-3PM – and there are so many ways to tune in:
- AM1280 The Patriot in the metro
- FM107.5 in the west metro
- Stream live on AM1280ThePatriot.com
- the Radio.com, iHeart and AM1280ThePatriot apps on your mobile device
Sia Lo is running for US House in the Fourth CD, against Betty McCollum.
My band, Elephant in the Room, is playing at Freedom Fest 2020 in Lake Crystal tonight. Here are the details!
Doug Willetts is ruhning for Senate in MN District 51 – Eagan and little slices of Burnville and Inver Grove Heights.
And here’s the link to Dr. Frank Models – which is, well, Doctor Frank’s modeling of the Covid pandemic.
Diane Napper is running for the MN State Senate in Senate District 63 – southeast Minneapolis.
Here’s the link to the Free Minnesota Coalition. The Government Oppression Hotline is (844) RIGHTS-0 (which is 1-844-744-4870, if you prefer. They want to file a case next week, so get on board fast if you’ve got a case – or would like to donate money or (if you’re a lawyer) time.
Here are the twitter links to the two CDC studies on Covid transmission:
This one was from last week – a CDC article about a study in Hong Kong.
This one came out this morning – in re an outbreak in a call center in South Korea.
Diane Napper is running for MN State Senate in SD63 . Check out her website. Help out if you can.
And if I can’t convince you to “socially distance” yourself for the duration of the public health crisis, hopefully this excellent article will. It’s a long, it’s a long, technical read – but the uphot is, the difference between a flu-like .5% death rate, and Italy/Iran/Wuhan-like 3-6%, is keeping the rate of infections down to what the health system can handle. That means lowering the number of infections at any given time, so the heatlh care system can keep up.
It’s literally a matter of life and death.
Wash your hands – often. Wash down surfaces. Don’t sneeze on people – sneeze into a hanky or your elbow or anything but open air. Enjoy some alone time. Stay home from work if you can, and keep your distance if you can’t.
We had a couple calls to action on this week’s show.
Opioid Law Reform
Here’s the link to Rep. Munson’s fact page on opioid law reforms and his “intractable pain” bill, HF3746, which will reform the blunt-force abuses in MInnesota’s prescription opioid laws. The current law forces professionals – doctors, physician assistants, dentists, pharmacists and even veterinarians – to be far, far too cautious about helping people with long-term, intractable pain.
Please – call your legislators and have them support HF3746 (and its upcoming companion in the Senate).
The Truth about Coronavirus
And here’s Dr. Cathaleen Madsen’s piece on the realities of dealint with the Covid19 virus – and, really, all viral epidemics. Read it and be informed – something the mainstream media, in its lust to undercut the Trump administration, will effect only as a last resort.
For info on the Deplora Ball – a benefit for the widow and soon-arriving child of MN National Guard Warrant Officer Nord, killed in a December 5 helicopter crash near Camp Ripley – go right here.
Find out more about Mayor Tom Funk’s Senate race in SD 47 – Carver County and Chanhassen, the Scott Jensen seat – go here.
Here’s where to go for tickets to the Legislative Evaluation Assembly’s annual banquet featuring Newsmax Chief Political Correspondent John Gizzi.
Don’t forget – tomorrow, Saturday December 14, is one of the highlights of the NARN year.
King Banaian, Brad Carlson, Ed Morrissey and me will doing our more-or-less annual Culture show.
In this case, beating the bejeebers out of part of pop culture. Tomorrow’s victim, “Eighties Sitcoms”.
Tune in from 1-3PM on AM1280 The Patriot!
Here’s Lacy Johnson’s website. He’s looking for the GOP nomination to run against Ilhan Omar. Help him.