Whenever the family gets together, I dread the conversations that turn into politics.
At 34 years old, I’ve reached the point in my life when I know I’m getting old. You know how I know I’m getting old?
Last Thursday, I had a once in a lifetime opportunity. I was asked by the family of Bob Sievers to introduce him into the National Radio Hall of Fame. First, before you make fun of the odd sight of seeing me in a tux, I want you to know I wish I wasn’t in it […]
“I should check my phone.” “Maybe you have a message on Twitter.” “Maybe someone updated a post on your fantasy hockey site.”
Host Ryan Wrecker sits down with him to talk about his book American Radical: Inside the World of an Undercover Muslim FBI Agent.
Host Ryan Wrecker sits down with the person who owns the most famous red sweater in political history.
St. Louis inspires me to be… better. It encourages me to take risks.
Will it be filled with memories of Donald Trump becoming President of the United States? How about the many natural disasters? North Korea? Las Vegas shooter?
When I read the Stockley transcripts, as report obtained by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, my first impression was of disappointment and anger. It made me angry to find out how much weight was put into legitimizing discrepancies. It was immediately followed by disappointed that prosecutors decided to re-visit a case with no new evidence. The […]
NFL players who kneel during the National Anthem are not role models. The reminder became clear Sunday morning.