L.A. proved too much for the man….

It’s the Sunday before Memorial Day but we’ll be live today on the Northern Alliance Radio Network. Yes, the one-hour bonanza known as The Closer will begin at 2:00 PM Central Time. In what was a busy news week, I will definitely look back at the horrific terrorist attack […] Click here to view original post bradley1969.blogspot.com

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Trump picks personal attorney for Russia probe

Dems denied…..again

After Thursday evening , the Democrat party is still longing for that elusive special election victory which proves there’s a backlash against President Donald Trump, or something. Just 24 hours after being charged with assault for allegedly body-slamming a reporter in his Bozeman campaign office, Republican Greg Gianforte on […] Click here to view original post bradley1969.blogspot.com

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Quick Hits: Volume CL

Quick Hits: Volume CL

– When a political candidate makes a verbal faux pas during a campaign, there can occasionally be room for nuance or an opportunity to provide further context. But when a candidate commits a physical act of aggression towards a media member in front of witnesses? Not a lot of […] Click here to view original post bradley1969.blogspot.com

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A tale of two singers

A tale of two singers

Let’s take a gander at two separate responses to the Monday terrorist attack at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. First, a reaction from legendary English singer Morrissey: Compare that to the "hot take" from the undeniably talented (but utterly vacuous) Katy Perry: Click here to view original post bradley1969.blogspot.com

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Manchester: my two cents

My friend Bryan Strawser has said on more than one occasion that " The war is here, and it doesn’t really care if you want to be a part of it. " On Monday evening we received yet another chilling reminder . Police say 19 people are confirmed dead […] Click here to view original post bradley1969.blogspot.com

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Our perpetually petulant governor: Part MMCCCXXVII

Our perpetually petulant governor: Part MMCCCXXVII

In 2011, Gov. Mark Dayton agreed in principle to a biennium budget compiled by the all GOP Legislature, only to inexplicably walk away from the deal at the 11th hour. When regular session expired, it was Dayton’s purview as governor to call a special session. He refused, thus government […] Click here to view original post bradley1969.blogspot.com

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