Charlie talks with NY Times Tax Reporter David Kocieniewski about winning the Pulitzer prize
for his series on how people avoid taxes.
Should Congress cut the food stamp budget by 4%? Charlie talks with Glenn Koenen, former executive director of an area food bank, about his run for the Congressional seat being vacated by U.S. Cong. Todd Akin, and about the Republicans proposal in D.C. to cut the food stamp program by $33 billion over a 10 year period.
How poor does one have to be to receive medical aid from the state if you are blind? Denny Huff, President of the Mo. Council of the Blind, explains.
Montrail and Melissa White explain why they punished their 8 year old daughter for stealing and lying by making her wear a sign in her school parking lot that said “I like to steal from others and then lie about it”.
Writer/Director Aimee Lagos, a Wash U grad, tells Charlie about her new film “96 Minutes” about carjacking which opens in STL on April 27 at the AMC Creve Coeur.