I'll lose my sanity tryin' to measure your intentions....
Happy Easter everyone! I know it's a special day to spend with family, especially when commemorating the resurrection of Jesus. While a live broadcast of my radio show can hardly compete with such endeavors, you are welcome nonetheless to tune in this afternoon at 1:00 Central Time for the latest edition of The Closer.
Surprisingly, nearly the entire broadcast will feature guests, and for that I am grateful.
Right at 1:00, friend of the Northern Alliance Radio Network/Author/Blogger/Cool Chick Katie Kieffer will check in.
Katie is excited to share the details of her first book, which has been in the works for several months now.
At 1:30, Miss Minneapolis 2014 Julia Schliesing will make her weekly appearance. Julia will likely discus her episode of the documentary series Call Me Mental, which is slated to broadcast online this evening at 5:00 CT (here's a teaser). With less than two months until the Miss Minnesota pageant, Julia is still accepting donations to allow her to spread her message of suicide prevention (Donate here).
Then at 1:45, friend of the NARN Kelly Gunderson will call in to the show. Kelly will promote an upcoming candidate forum featuring all of the Republican candidates for Minnesota's US Senate seat currently held by Al Franken.
Finally at 2:00, yet another friend of the show, local political activist Jeff Kolb, will call in. Jeff attended the speech given by Condoleezza Rice this past Thursday at the University of Minnesota, so we'll get his perspective on that. In addition, Jeff has pored over many of the first quarter campaign finance reports of US Senate and MN gubernatorial candidates. He'll provide analysis on that as well.
I will then wrap up the show talking about this very special commemorative holiday that is Easter.
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