Major Mike Lyons
September is National Suicide Prevention Month, plus Major Mike Lyons on the Syria situation.
John and Michael talk with Mark Glaze of Mayors Against Illegal Guns; with Major Mike Lyons about North Korea ready with rockets on standby to hit U.S. bases; with Lt. Mark Donald on his book, Battle Ready; and with Jared Boyd with the STL Treasurers Office about parking meter problems in Downtown St. Louis.
John and Michael talk about Shock Jock Howard Stern criticizing St. Louis; with CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman about today’s Illinois primary; with Retired Army Maj. Mike Lyons about the Afghan massacre of civilians; with Kitty Radcliffe about the financial impact of NCAA men’s basketball in STL and about the Rams lease; and take a look at the Rev. Dennis Terry’s introduction of Rick Santorum at a rally event which has caused quite a stir.
Charlie talks with STL CVC Chief Kitty Radcliffe about the latest negotiations regarding the Rams playing home games in London; and with Retired Army Major Mike Lyons about the burning of the Quran at a military base in Afghanistan and its repercussions.
It’s an ambitious plan to make one of the largest networks of bike paths in the country. While out of the U.S., our part in Iraq is over, so what is next?
Citi Personal Wealth Management’s Jonathan Clements talks about stock market decline, following fears of another recession…What are our military needs? Retired Army Major Mike Lyons talks about Pentagon downsigning.
Charlie talks with Major Mike Lyons, Retired U.S. Army and CBS News Military Consultant; Edward Yeranian, CBS News Reporter in Cairo, Egypt; and with Col. Jeff McCausland, Retired U.S. Amry and CBS News Military Consultant, about military action in Libya.