Justice & Drew Top Interviews From 1/22-1/26

Every Monday we talk to our DC Correspondent Andrew Langer. Coming off a weekend dominated by the government shutdown, this chat was especially newsworthy:


This week started off on a bit of a sour note, with the Vikings losing to Philly in the NFC Championship game. We of course caught up with Voice of the Vikings Paul Allen for his thoughts on the game and what to expect this offseason:


State Senator Dave Osmek joined us on Tuesday to talk about some new legislation he's planning on proposing, and his recent run for Governor:


Wednesday featured a FANTASTIC interview with Wisconsin State Rep Jason Fields, a Democrat who fights for school choice:


We also talked with Raheel Raza, a progressive reformist Muslim who was invited to speak at the State Capitol. Rep. Melissa Hortman objected to the invitation, so we decided to try and figure out why... 


Former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke also called in on Wednesday, to talk about the unconstitutional FISA courts:


State Senator Warren Limmer called in on Thursday to talk about the presentations made by Raheel Raza:


And that was followed by a fantastic visit from Howard Root, author of Cardiac Arrest and former CEO of Vascular Solutions. He told a jaw dropping story of government pettiness and arrogance:


And of course, our weekly visit from the wonderful Katie Pavlich from Fox News:


On Friday's roundtable, we talked with State Senator Karin Housley about the elder abuse hearings that happened earlier this week: 


Also, a day after the news broke about Rep. Matt Dean dropping out of the governors race, he stopped in studio for his first interview on the subject:


And of course our weekly visit from Rep Tom Emmer:



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