Charlie talks with Phyllis Schlafly, author of the new book, “The Flip Side of Feminism”, and with Adam Johnson, markets reporter for Bloomberg Television, about the effect of the Japan earthquake and nuclear crisis on the global stock market.
The New York Times has printed some amazing before and after photographs from Japan.
These two dogs survived the Japan earthquake and tsunami but one of them was hurt and his friend isn’t about to leave him.
Charlie talks with Nuclear Engineering Professor Dr. Arvind Kumar about how safe is nuclear power, with Bob Costas about his upcoming Bob Costas Benefit for Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital, and with NY Times Food Writer and Bestselling Author Mark Bittman about agricultural subsidies.
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.
We talked with Ridley Pearson about Peter and the Starcatchers which is now a play. CNN’s Candy Crowley talked with us about the terrible situation in Japan. Tom Ackerman and Mike Shannon gave us a spring training update. And, Professor Bob Herman talked about the Japan earthquake and tsunami.