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Episode 6- Don't Believe Everything You Hear

Andrew Richter

Release Date: 04/11/2021

Episode 16- X's and O's show art Episode 16- X's and O's

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Nick Anaya has had a life-long love of sports. He grew up playing basketball, baseball, and football, and was introduced to fantasy football at age 11. Back in those days, the scoring was done by hand, and you had to look in the newspaper to get all of the stats. My, how times have changed.

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John Gilmore has written for Alpha news, The Hill, Frank Gaffney, The American Conservative, and has written a book about Michelle Bachmann (Bachmannistan: Behind the Lines). 

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AJ is a former writer for the St Cloud times, congressional candidate, and independent researcher.

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Episode 13- A Not So Civil War show art Episode 13- A Not So Civil War

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The Civil War is such a defining period in American history, but our schools are teaching it less and less. Lucky for you, Andrew wrote a book on the subject. How much do you know about the events that led up to and defined the war? We all know that the battle over slavery was a huge part of it, but there's so much that doesn't get discussed. It was a sad and bloody time in our history, but unfortunately it was necessary to give freedom to men and women that should never have been enslaved to begin with.

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This week we welcome Don Fernstrom to the podcast. Don is a Vietnam Veteran who honorably served our country. We sit down to talk about the Vietnam War and life afterwards.

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This week we host Anne Taylor on the podcast. Anne has been at the forefront of family and educational issues for years. She has worked with groups like MN Advocates and Champions for Children and the MN Child Protection League.

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Episode 10- One Wild Ride show art Episode 10- One Wild Ride

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We reflect upon the George Floyd trial and the aftermath of the guilty verdict of Derek Chauvin. Did the threat of a city in flames again affect the outcome?

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Governor Walz shut down the entire state for COVID in March of 2020. Youth sports were affected, but were treated very differently once things started to reopen.

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This week we welcome writer, freelance journalist (NYT, WAPO), and former professor, Ann Bauer, to the podcast. (https://annbauer.com/)

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Episode 7- Less Talk, More Action show art Episode 7- Less Talk, More Action

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Rep Erik Mortensen was elected in 2020 to his first term in the Minnesota House, Representing HD55A, which is Shakopee, Louisville Township, and Jackson Township. He has been making waves recently, having introduced articles of impeachment against Governor Walz. He’s having a tough time finding Republican to stand up for the rights of the people. In fact, the leadership in the House is actively working to make sure he can’t. He shares his story with us, which you’re going to have to hear to believe.

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This week Andrew sits down with Kevin Roche of www.healthy-skeptic.com.

Kevin has worked in the health care industry for over 50 years in everything from nursing assistant to legal counsel. His blog has focused on various issues in the medical industry until COVID-19 hit, and has not veered from it since. 

We’ve dealt with plagues for all of human history. Black Plague, Bubonic Plague, Spanish flu, etc... so why is this one different? It’s the response. The media has been completely irresponsible in the hysteria they have created. Social media has put fuel on the fire. Politicians have taken full advantage of that (at worst) and lacked the backbone to do the right thing (at best). 

We have been told so many things by politicians, the CDC, the medical field, and every other person with a pulse regarding what causes this disease, how it spreads, and what the trends mean. 

Kevin understands the history of corona viruses and how they attack the body. Things don’t add up between what we’ve been told and what the statistics say. 

If you look at the curves, masks didn’t work, staying home didn’t work, and didn’t work. Evidence would say that it’s seasonal, based on heat, light, humidity, etc. If that’s the case, then why won’t people say anything? 

Let’s go down the rabbit hole and try to look at the data objectively to see if we can get to some semblance of the truth. We need to get back to life, and we need to do it soon.