John Hancock fills in solo for vacationing Charlie Brennan and talks with Sally Wade, Comedian George Carlin’s longtime love and “spouse without papers”, about her new book, “George Carlin Letters: The Permanent Courtship of Sally Wade”.
John talks with Missouri Speaker of the House Steve Tilley who gives us a half-time assessement on a balanced budget, drug testing for welfare recipients, education reform and state tax credits.
St. Louis University Law Professor Henry Ordower explains tax credits — how they work and how they function in the economy.
Eighth-Grade Girl Scout Abigail Mills talks about the flurry surroundng selling Girl Scout cookies from her Hazelwood, MO, driveway.
John talks with Explorer/Writer Gig Gwin, founder of Gig’s Travel in Kirkwood, about his new book, “Travel Dreams Sold Here: Crafting an Extraordinary Vacation.”