St. Louis Police Chief Dan Isom announced his retirement today and will become a professor. The Motor City Madman, Ted Nugent, joins the show. Actor Ben Stein has some advice for Mitt Romney.
Rumors have swirled around Isom for weeks regarding a possible move to UMSL.
Charlie and Debbie discuss the new book “The End of Men: And the Rise of Women” with author Hanna Rosin, Police Chief Dan Isom comes by the studio, and Dan Soffer promotes St. Louis World Food Day.
Chief Isom has 1,200 officers to cover the city, but says if money were no object, he’d like to have 2,000.
Dozens gather in downtown St. Louis to remember St. Louis police officer who died in 2009 car crash
St. Louis Police Chief Dan Isom explains why his officers are confronting more criminals with guns. Christine Radogno of LaMont in Cook County talks pension reform in Illinois. Ilya Shapiro says Citizens United has nothing to do with what ails American politics.
Police, business owners, mayors say Saturday’s night’s violence was not typical.
Citizens are taking a leading role in community safety in the City of St. Louis. St. Louis Police Chief Dan Isom, Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce, and chair of the Lafayette Square Safety Committee Michael Petetit, […]
South Carolina Senator Jim Demint gives us his take on the debt limit battle going on in Washington and he tells us about his new book, “The Great American Awakening.” Jeff Roorda, business manager for […]
St. Louis City Police Chief responds to weekend car break ins. CATO Institute’s Gene Healy reacts to the TSA screening of a 95 year old cancer patient. SLU Law Professor explains the dissenting decision made by Supreme Court Judge Clarence Thomas on the violent video game issue. Illinois Congressman John Shimkus talks about the debt crisis and tapping into our oil reserves.