Hancock & Kelley
Hancock & Kelley – December 4 – Mike Claiborne on Death of Bryan Burwell; AP’s Warren Levinson; Minimum Wage to $15/Hr.?; Diversity in the Workplace
John and Michael talks with KMOX and Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Claiborne about the death of his friend, Bryan Burwell; with AP Correspondent Warren Levinson about the Eric Garner case and the Grand Jury decision. Should the minimum wage be raised to $15/hour? John and Michael take listener calls. Nicole Hudson and Eric Ratinoff on their “diversity and inclusion in the workplace” survey.
Hancock & Kelley – December 3 – Limiting Police Power; Jeff Rainford; Kavitha Davidson; Mike Shannon; Harry Hamm
John and Michael talk about the proposal to limit police power; they talk with Kavitha Davidson about Rams vs. Cops Is Not a Game the NFL Wanted; with Jeff Rainford, Chief of Staff for STL Mayor Francis Slay; with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and with KMOX Entertainment Editor Harry Hamm about the new holiday movies.
Hancock & Kelley – Tuesday, November 18 – Gov. Jay Nixon Stammers His Response in Press Conference; Kitty Radcliffe on Tourism and Convention Business in STL
John and MIchael take listener calls on Mo. Gov. Jay Nixon stammering through a press conference with reporters yesterday; and they take calls on what is the proper response for a possible non-indictment?; and Kitty Radcliffe talks about how the Ferguson upset is affecting convention business and tourism in St. Louis.
Hancock & Kelley – Monday, November 17 – STL Rams Going to L.A.? Claire McCaskill for Governor? Hillary Clinton for President in 2016? Andre Wilson on Insurance Coverage for Gender Reassignment
John and Michael talk about the long lines at the Rams concessions stands; about whether STL needs to get rid of the Rams or Rams Owner Stan Kroenke; about whether Mo. Sen. Claire McCaskill will be a candidate for Mo. Governor? about whether Missouri is ready to vote for Hillary Clinton as U.S. President; and they talk with Andre Wilson, an inclusive health advocate who believes insurance should cover gender reassignment.
Hancock & Kelley – Friday, November 14 – Anticipation of Grand Jury Annct. on Michael Brown Case; John Payne; Jay Kanzler
John and Michael talks about the anticipation of the Grand Jury decision on the Michael Brown case; they talk with John Payne of Show-Me Cannabis; and with Jay Kanzler, Director/Executive Producer of the film, “Marshall, The Miracle Dog”.
KMOX Cardinals broadcaster Mike Claiborne discusses the latest on the death of Oscar Taveras.
Hancock & Kelley – Friday, September 19 – Emerson CEO David Farr on #Ferguson Forward Initiative; Spanking vs. Child Abuse; Kansas Senate Race; War Funding Agst. ISIS
John and Michael talk with Emerson CEO David Farr about #Ferguson Forward Initiative; they talk about Ferguson protesters protesting at the Cardinals and Rams games; about spanking vs. child abuse; about the Kansas Senate race, whose outcome might determine who will be in control of the U.S. Senate; and about war funding for Syria and Iraq to battle ISIS.
Hancock & Kelley – Thursday, September 18 – STL Police Chief Sam Dotson; Elasticity CCO and Scottish Immigrant Mark Sutherland; Boots on the Ground in Iraq?; and Larry Kirchner on Darkness Haunted House
Michael and Debbie talk with STL Police Chief Sam Dotson about recent spat of shootings; with Elasticity CCO and Scottish Immigrant Mark I. Sutherland about today’s Scottish independent vote; about whether the U.S. needs boots on the ground in Iraq to battle ISIS; and with Larry Kirchner of Halloween Productions about the opening of Darkness Haunted House.
Hancock & Kelley – Wednesday, September 17 – County Council Meeting; Scott Scnuck; Mike Shannon; Outrage Over NFL Attitude
Michael and Debbie on last night’s boisterous County Council meeting; with Scott Schnuck on Schnucks Markets 7th anniversary and this year’s United Way campaign; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; on outrage over the NFL’s attitude in the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson child abuse and domestic abuse cases; and with Rachel Witt about the First Annual South Grand Fall Fest.
President Obama will lay out his strategy for defeating ISIS militants in a speech on Wednesday. What is he likely to say? What should the response be? CBS News National Security Consultant Colonel Jeff McCausland joins us.