The outrage driving the Ferguson debate ignores three key facts–says Joel Shults, retired police chief for Adams State University in Colorado…now operates Shults Consulting. What’s the forecast for the 2014 Senate elections? Josh Kraushaar is […]
St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson’s just released deposition in a Minnesota clergy abuse case from 1984 continues to draw interest. Charles Goldberg is the Archbishop’s attorney.
This week marks the 30th anniversary of the release of Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the USA album. Dave Marsh is a biographer of The Boss.
Are we doing enough with education funding in the state of Missouri? Democratic State Representative Chris Kelley of Columbia says the GOP dropped the ball. Not so says Scott Diekhaus of the Missouri House Republican Campaign Committee.
Missouri State Representative Keith English, a Democrat from Florissant, discusses repercussions from his crossing the aisle to join Republican lawmakers in overriding Governor Nixon’s tax cut bill veto.
Mark Reardon is live from the FAIR conference in Washington, D.C.
Ballpark Village Chief Operating Officer Jim Watry is a Parkway South grad and a former key executive for Kansas City’s Power and Light District.
The Missouri House passes a bill tripling the waiting period to get an abortion. We hear from House Speaker Tim Jones and Missouri State Representative Stacey Newman.
Magician Penn Jillette is the narrator of the new movie “Tim’s Vermeer.”
St. Louis County Councilman Steve Stenger responds to Charlie Dooley’s cryptic “I know where Charlie Dooley lives” line when announcing his re-election candidacy.