Hancock & Kelley – Friday, June 1st
Michael Kelley is off today.
John Hancock talks with Donna Eisenberg, family friend of Darryl and Sue Vennard, whose 14-year-old son, Cameron, was struck and killed by a train in Kirkwood this week. A memorial fund to help the family has been set up at all four locations of Frontenac Bank (Kirkwood, St. Charles, Frontenac and Earth City. Please make checks payable to the Cameron Vennard Memorial Fund.
John talks with Tony Rothert, Legal Director of the ACLU of Eastern Missouri, about a lawsuit that seems to have stopped prayer in the Franklin County, MO, Boardroom.
John Griesheimer, Presiding Commissioner for the Franklin County, MO, Board, presents a different perspective on prayer in the Boardroom.
Col. Tim Fitch, St. Louis County Police Chief, discusses the release of Missouri’s 2011 Vehicle Stop Date and the Missouri Racial Profiling statute.
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John talks with U.S. Cong. Lacy Clay about the 7th Annual First District Career Fair on Mon., June 4, 9:30AM-2:30PM, at Harris-Stowe State University, Emerson Physical Education & Performing Arts Center, 3026 Laclede Avenue. Free and open to the public.
Chris Varvares, President of Macroeconomic Advisers, LLC, explains the May jobs number report.
Michael Kelley is off today, and John Hancock talks with Journalist Linda Killian about her new book,”The Swing Vote: The Untapped Power of Independents”.
John talks with Michael Symons, co-author of a new book, “Chris Christie: The Inside Story of His Rise to Power”.
Professor Alan Rosenthal with the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers Univ. in News Brunswick, NJ, discusses NJ Gov. Chris Christie as a national phenomenon.