Hancock & Kelley – Friday, March 25th
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.”