Sunday, June 02, 2013

He's a loser but he still keeps on tryin'.....

It's another Sunday which means another edition of The Closer, which will be in its usual 1:00 until 3:00 pm Central time slot.

I'll likely spend most of the first hour talking about the big announcement earlier this week that Congresswoman Michele Bachmann would not seek reelection for her US House seat in 2014. I'll reflect on Bachmann's career as well as what's next for MN Congressional District Six. I'll also discuss Jim Graves, the Democrat candidate who almost unseated Bachmann in 2012 and was poised for a rematch in 2014 but dropped out of the race two days after Bachmann's announcement.

At 2:15, the NARN's official basketball wonk Mike McCollow will join us via phone. I will discuss with Mike the NBA playoffs as well as the latest on the hometown Timberwolves now that Flip Saunders is entrenched in his role as President of basketball operations.

So please give us a call at (651) 289-4488 if you'd like to discuss any of the topics we plan on addressing. You can also text comments/questions to (651) 243-0390.

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Until then.....



Tom said...

This is a real good show, Brad, what I wonder about is only 12 days before M. Bachmann announced she was not going to seek another term in congress, she had the sleek top quality commercial announcing the success of her Affordable Care Act repeal bill in the House. I have told this to others so it makes one wonder?? Like you say what happened.

Hope you see this, good show.Sorry, I am not a radio show caller but I listen.

Brad Carlson said...

Thanks for listening, Tom! *Much* appreciated.