Father Biondi announced that he will be leaving SLU. St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Bill McClellan tells us more about the story.
Missouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner joins us to explain who’s to blame if there’s a sequester.
We get a preview of tonight’s State of the Union Address from Josh Kraushaar, executive editor of the National Journal’s Hotline.
John Hancock and Michael Kelley talk to Representative Jason Smith on his special election win, Rod Jetton on his shift into journalism, KMOX’s own Alison Blood on Valentine’s Day ideas, and Don Palumbo on his campaign for MLB’s Fan Cave.
John Hancock and Michael Kelley talk some football on Super Bowl Sunday, but also look at the controversial TIF issue and speak with US Senator Claire McCaskill.
John Hancock and Michael Kelley, filling in for Charlie Brennan, sit down with the former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey, react to the Lance Armstrong interview, preview the Winter Warmup with Tom Ackerman, and debate gun control with listeners.
Citizen advocate Kathy Tremeear is making the case for red light cameras.
John Hancock and Mike Kelly bring you the final show of 2012 discussing the fiscal cliff and what to expect in politics in 2013.
Following the NRA’s controversial press conference advocating for armed guards in schools, John Hancock and Michael Kelley debate the topic with listeners.
On Hancock and Kelly we set most politics aside for a day to take your calls and reactions to the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. Hour 1: Hour 2: