HOUR 1: Mac & Greg Lotysz discuss re-categorizing those engaging in terrorism as “combatants” instead of “criminals” and lowering the evidence threshold to “detain” in order to be able to take PREEMPTIVE action against individuals plotting acts of terror in support of our enemies in the War on Terror (we are currently fighting on the ground in five nations around the world). “Combatants” are not treated with civilian civil rights, but instead are treated under the “law of land warfare.”
HOUR 2: Dave Collins joins us to talk about the Manchester bombing.
Tony Pulkrabek is a farmer from Sherak, Minnesota, he joined MacTalk today to discuss his family’s fight with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a physical condition that effects his son and the role that the Affordable Care Act has played in ensuring that his family has continued to be insurable. He believes it’s important that you hear what he has to say.
North Dakota State Senator Curt Kreun, (R) Grand Forks, joins the program to discuss the recovery of Grand Forks & East Grand Forks 20 years after the Flood of 1997 and the recently concluded Legislative session.
Kreun discusses (1) the net effect of the reduction of State Income Tax rates on revenue, (2) ND University System funding and fiscal oversight, (3) State Infrastructure Funding and (4) ending the Biennium style of State governance.
The City Administrator of the City of Grand Forks joined us on Monday to discuss all things Grand Forks. The topics included: (1) Speed Limits, (2) rumors of an Air Force inspired round of BRAC, (3) City infrastructure, (4) the City’s role in fighting addiction and then most interesting… (5) the future.