It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday.
A study claims the 126,000 legal immigrants in St. Louis now are more likely to have a PhD or a college degree than the average American-born St. Louisan.
Mark hosts the Reardon Rountable. We also hear from Edward Klein, author of The New York Times bestseller, “The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House.”
John and Michael talk with Jordan Goodman about the mortgage settlement; with Jeff Rainford and Bob Soutier about the costs of the STL firefighters’ pensions; with Tyler McClay of the Mo. Conference Conference and SLU Constitutional Law Prof. Alan Howard about the contraception mandate; and have a face-off on the issue of the Obama Admn. contraception mandate.
Charlie talks with GOP Presidential Hopeful Rick Santorum; with Bob Soutier with the STL Labor Council about right-to-work; with USA Mortgage’s Doug Schukar about Obama’s plan to help people who are “under water” with their home mortgages; and with UC-San Francisco Prof. Dr. Claire Brindis and NY Times Food Columnist Mark Bittman about whether sugar should be controlled.
Charlie talks with Dr. Gerald Andriole of Wash.. U. School of Medicine/Barnes-Jewish Hospital about a new report on prostate cancer screenings…with Mo. State Rep. Clem Smith and Bob Soutier of the STL Labor Council about a House resolution which favors the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter over Boeing’s F/A-18 Super Hornet..and with Bob Soutier about his involvement with Occupy STL protests agst. corporate greed and big business.
John Hancock and Michael Kelley are filling in on this Labor Day for Charlie Brennan. They’re talking about the NFL Opening Day, the New York Times Bestseller “Don’t Know Much About History,” and the China hub issue in St. Louis.
Charlie talks with Dr. Michael Wysession about the earthquake in Japan and tsunami, with Mark Mix and Bob Soutier about right to work in Mo., with Antonio Douthit, STL dancer who will be performing in STL this weekend; with STL County Prosecuting Att’y Bob McCullough about the sentencing of a local police ofcr. for a drunk driving crash which killed four people, and with Joe McGlynn about Saturday’s, 3/12, STL’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Political consultant Dick Morris tells us about his new book titled, Revolt: How to Defeat Obama and Repeal His Socialist Program, and we hear from Missouri State Senate President Rob Mayer and St. Louis Labor Council President Bob Soutier.
Charlie talks with Keith Womer, Bob Soutier, Mike Shannon, Bob Guller and Clinlt Zweifel.