As we enter Day 9 of the Minnesota government shutdown, the Northern Alliance Radio Network keeps on rolling along.
I'll be on the air today from 3:00 pm CT until 4:00 with the latest installment of The Closer.
I'll of course opine on the latest shutdown stories and if said shutdown really is all that perilous. We'll also discuss what (if any) impact the tandem of Walter Mondale and Arne Carlson will have on the budget impasse.
Also, is Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) ever going to enter the Presidential race? If so, you can bet the leftists (and quite possibly his fellow GOP candidates) will attempt to tie him to a certain other Texas governor who happened to be President. But I'll explain how that may be an exercise in futility.
For the final two segments I will be joined by Corey Ettinger, Senior Writer for Baseball Digest as well as the proprietor of the blog AL Central in Focus. Corey will be on to talk about the Minnesota Twins' inexplicable resurgence as well as their immediate future given the handful of key free agents on the roster. Of course, we'll also discuss all things regarding the American League Central division.
You can listen live in the Twin Cities at AM 1280 on your radio dial. In and out of the Minneapolis-St Paul area, you can listen to the program on the internet by clicking this link.
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So tune in to the Northern Alliance Radio Network beginning at 1:00 CT, as Ed Morrissey will be flying solo today on The Headliners while Mitch Berg is off on assignment.