Should St. Louis Aldermen be proposing or even voting on things that might affect them or a relative?
Mayor Slay announced a deal has been worked out to provide $25 annual memberships for low-income kids, ending a political standoff.
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday. Patrick Werner discusses “Obama’s Failing Agenda.” The Rams cheerleaders unveil their new swimsuit calendar tonight.
Alderman Antonio French says Slay is taking credit for a plan others proposed months ago, and he initially rejected.
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday. Catherine Hannaway previews the GOP Convention in Tampa. Dinesh D’Souza discusses his new Obama documentary.
Mark Reardon: Passing Of Alderman Greg Carter, Former Senator Jim Talent, Todd Akin, & Global Warming
Antonio French talks about the tragic passing of Alderman Greg Carter. Jim Talent discusses his international trip with Mitt Romney. Missouri Congressman Todd Akin discusses the atmosphere today at Chick-fil-A and the upcoming Senate race.
The Reardon Roundtable discusses the 2012 Presidential election and healthcare. Mark talks with Ray Hederman about the latest job numbers, with Larry Conners about the Missouri GOP Senate debate, and with Drew Westen about the 2012 Presidential campaign.
John Hancock: Roundtable, Unemployment Numbers, Presidential Endorsement, Local and National Political Update
John Hancock hosts a roundtable discussion with St. Louis Alderman Antonio French, Political reporter Jo Mannies, and the Show Me Institute’s Rick Edlund. How do we interpret the new unemployment numbers and what impact might […]
This edition of the Reardon Roundtable featured Missouri State Senator Eric Schmitt, St. Louis Alderman Antonio French, and Kim Tucci, founder of The Pasta House Co. Grace Marie Turner, president of the The Galen Institute, […]
This week’s roundtable panel includes former Missouri House Speaker Catherine Hanaway, local attorney Bryan Edwards, and St. Louis Alderman Antonio French. KMOV’s Chris Nagus tells us about the developments in a new tow lot scandal […]