On Friday morning, I called in to Jon Justice’s morning show to discuss the U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments in the case involving former President Trump’s claim of “Presidential immunity” regarding criminal prosecution for actions he took while in office, and …

Minnesota Senator In Legal Trouble, and Supreme Court Hears Trump Immunity Case, Jon Justice, 4.26.24 Read more »

On Wednesday morning, I called in to Jon Justice’s morning show to discuss the U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments in a case involving Joseph W. Fischer, a Jonestown, Pennsylvania man who has been charged in connection with the January 6, 2021 …

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I was in studio with Jon Justice and Max Rymer on Jon’s Friday’s show for the entirety of Hour 3. We discussed what transpired in a Minnesota House Judiciary, Finance and Civil Law Committee meeting on Thursday, February 29, relating …

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On Tuesday morning, I called in to Jon Justice’s morning show to discuss whether the U.S. Supreme Court will accept review of a case out of the Ninth Circuit dealing with the ability of cities to curtail homeless camps. You …

Will the Supreme Court Weigh In on Homeless Camps? Jon Justice in the Morning, 1.9.24 Read more »

Thursday morning I called in to Jon Justice’s show to discuss the news that the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case which could potentially undo many of the cases against those involved in the January 6, 2021 melee at …

Jon Justice, 12.14.23: SCOTUS to Weigh in on January 6 Convictions, and Hunter Biden Defies Congressional Subpoena Read more »

I was in studio with Jon Justice on Wednesday’s show for the second half of Hour 2. We discussed what will likely happen in U.S. Supreme Court cases involving what constitutes “income” for purposes of paying Federal taxes and whether …

Jon Justice in the Morning, 12.6.23: SCOTUS To Decide What Is “Income” For Purposes of Paying Taxes and Fate of Sackler Family Liability for Opioid Crisis, Minnesota Cannabis Official Leaves…And My Thoughts on “Avatar KISS” Read more »

Jon Justice flashed the “bat signal” early Wednesday morning, and asked me to call in to his show to discuss the decision of the Carver County Library Board not to remove a book entitled “Gender Queer” from the library following …

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On Friday, June 30, I called in to talk with Jon Justice about the prior day’s big U.S. Supreme Court rulings, which held that the use of race as a factor in college admissions is a violation of the Equal …

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I was a part of “Friend of the Show Friday” on Jon Justice in the Morning today, where Jon and I discussed this past week’s U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments on a case with implications for Section 230, a Federal …

SCOTUS Throws Shade on Section 230 Changes, and Minnesota Breweries Look For Changes in Marijuana Legalization Bill…and Toro the Conqueror Takes on the Latest “Storm of the Century”, Jon Justice in the Morning, 2.24.23 Read more »

On the May 9, 2022 edition of The BS Show, host Bob Sansevere and I did a “Three and Out” on Rich Strike’s Kentucky Derby upset victory, what impact that the leaked Supreme Court might have on this fall’s midterm …

The BS Show, May 9, 2022: Kentucky Derby Upset, Leaked SCOTUS Opinion’s Impact on the Midterm Elections, and More Twins Cards Talk Read more »