Is Missouri missing out on potential funding sources for road improvements? That was one of the questions before a panel that gathered at Show-Me Institute headquarters in St. Louis on Tuesday morning.
Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, September 16, 2014 – Trish Gazall; New Town Resident Chuck Luebke; Economist Stephen Moore; Show-Me’s Joe Miller; STL Entrepreneur Ben Harvatine of JoltSensor
Charlie talks with Trish Gazall about this weekend’s Lebanese festival; New Town St. Charlie Chuck Luebke on rezoning in New Town; Noted Economist Stephen Moore on “work over welfare”; Show-Me Institute Policy Research Joe Miller on tax abatement for Clayton MO luxury apartment development; and STL Entrepreneur Ben Harvatine, CEO of Jolt Sensor.
Hancock & Kelley – Thursday, July 17th – Pam Walker; Greg Streeter; Jeff Mittman; Jeff Aboussie; Joseph Miller; Harry Hamm
John and Michael talks with STL Health Director Pam Walker about new rules for City carriage horses. Greg Streeter, owner of the St. Louis Carriage Company, says he will ignore Pam Walker’s requirements for horse […]
“These groups like the Show-Me Institute are pushing policies and pushing legislation around the country that’s written by corporations for corporations”
The St. Louis Board of Aldermen must now consider a proposed $8.1 million tax break for Laclede Gas to move to a different building downtown.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, October 2nd – #1 NY Times Bestselling Author of “Waiting to Exhale, Terry McMillan; Thomas McAuilffe and Patrick Ishmael on Obamacare; Mike Shannon; and Dr. Eric Knost on Student Transfers
Charlie talks with #1 NY Times Bestelling Author of “Waiting to Exhale” and “How Stella Got Her Groove Back”, Terry McMillan; Charlie and Debbie talk with Thomas McAuliffe of the Mo. Foundation for Health and Patrick Ishmael of the Show-Me Institute about Obamacare; Charlie talks with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon about the Cards upcoming Division series playoff game; and with Mehlville School Supt. Dr. Eric Knost about the meetings in Jeff City yesterday regarding the student transfer program.
Hancock & Kelley – Friday, August 2nd – July Jobs Report; Scott Faughn of Mo. Times; David Stokes of Show-Me Institute; Henry Goldkamp; Robert Taubman; Mo.State Sen. Eric Schmitt on Student Transfers; and Legally Blonde at Stages St. Louis
John and Michael talk about the July job numbers report, with Scott Faughn of Mo. Times, with David Stokes about the Crestwood Mall and TIF money, with Henry Goldkamp about “What the Heck Is STL Thinking?”, with Robert Taubman about the new Chesterfield outlet mall, with Mo.State Sen. Eric Schmitt, and with actors from the Stages production of “Legally Blonde, The Musical”.
The study claims the real value of unfunded pension liabilities is not the $11.1 billion currently reported, but nearly $54 billion.
Charlie Brennan – Thursday, February 14th – “Exorcist” Star Relives the Making of One of the Scariest Movies of All time
Charlie talks with “Exorcist” Star Linda Blair; with Spencer Ante about a gov’t program that provides free cell phones; with Nicole Hudson Hollway & Dr. Kira Hudson Banks about race in St. Louis; and with John Coffman & David Stokes about privatizing the City’s water division.
Charlie talks with Olympic Gold Medalist and World Cup Title Holder Jonny Mosely about the best winter resorts. Charlie talks with the Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison, President of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod about testifying on […]