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The Todd Allbaugh Show
Host: Todd Allbaugh
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“Pursuing the truth wherever it may lead,” Todd Allbaugh offers a unique perspective on growing up in SW Wisconsin, 30 years in politics and government as a former Republican, and current events. With a self-described “mutt resume,” Todd has done it all--from bailng hay to hosting presidential visits, owning a coffee business to helping call a Final Four. Join the conversation!
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Trump’s Continued Martyrdom (Hour 2)
Donald Trump simply cannot keep his mouth shut. He says anything he wants regardless of consequences, perpetuating the narrative that he’s the only truthful person in the United States. Is this right? Should he face equal treatment under the law, or would that only incite further violence?
Fundraising Over Honesty (Hour 1)
How does Fox News still have credibility after the Dominion lawsuit? Todd uses the Rainbow Bridge incident as an example of misplaced trust in modern media.
Donny and Marie (Hour 2)
WRCE/WRCO station manager Phil Nee joins us today to remember the 60th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Afterwards, Todd’s sister Heather returns to the show to talk about Thanksgiving celebrations and Donny Osmond.
It’s Not Hard To Condemn Nazis (Hour 1)
Yesterday, hearings on the Wisconsin redistricting lawsuit began, so we bring on Pat Kreitlow of UpNorthNews Radio and Trygve Olson of The Lincoln Project to share their expertise on how the political sausage is made. Todd also talks with Trygve about how Wisconsin politicians have reacted (or failed to do so) to the Nazis in […]
The Cheese Tax (Hour 2)
This Movember, Simon the leopard gecko reminds men to self-examine to screen for testicular cancer. Afterwards, Luke returns for some Tuesday Tangents about holiday meals and what kinds of food we should allow our pets to eat.
Working Across Party Lines (Hour 1)
Today, the Wisconsin State Supreme Court hears the case on redistricting and fair maps. The authors of the last bipartisan bill for fair maps, former Republican State Senator Dale Schultz and former Democratic State Senator Tim Cullen, speak today on the importance of fair maps in our state.
Thou Doth Protest Too Much (Hour 2)
Writer and local legend John Roach joins us today to talk about a myriad of subjects, ranging from Trump to Thanksgiving traditions.
Autumn For Hitler (Hour 1)
Over the weekend, there was a literal Nazi march with about a dozen participants in the city of Madison. Todd goes over the implications and what we need to remember when terrible people like this walk our streets.
Averting Catastrophe In the House (Hour 2)
Todd wraps up his discussion of the fall of UW Richland Center. Afterwards, he covers a variety of topics, including Charlie Berens, Steven Avery, the government shutdown, and more. Aaron’s board game of the week is Codenames! Come up with hints to direct your teammates to the right secret agents in this fun party game.
Do Your Legislators Work For You? (Hour 1)
We have arrived at the opening weekend for gun deer hunting in Wisconsin. Todd and Aaron share a few hunting stories before moving on to a story in the Cap Times about none other than State Senator Howard Marklein. We take your calls on whether you believe your legislators represent your needs.