What will the U.S. do when it comes to Syria?
September is National Suicide Prevention Month, plus Major Mike Lyons on the Syria situation.
Bill Enyart, the southern Illinois Democrat who once headed Illinois’ National Guard, says he hasn’t made up his mind about President Obama’s call for limited military force against Syria.
Charlie Brennan – Friday, September 6th – Syrian Opposition Fighters in Damascus, Syria, join Charlie; and Ameren’s Richard Mark on Light the Night Walk
Charlie talks with two opposition fighters in Syria, who say American force is needed in Syria; and with Ameren’s Richard Mark on the upcoming Sept. 27th Light the Night Walk.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-IL, said he just couldn’t stand by and watch atrocities continue in Syria.
“If we do absolutely nothing then it gives Assad the green light to go ahead and use the rest of his chemical weapons to annihilate the opposition, to annihilate anybody that’s against him”
Even though the price right now is down from a month ago and considerably down from a year ago, it is up from a week ago and that has Triple-A Fuel Gauge Report experts concerned.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, September 4th – Cong. John Shimkus on U.S. Involvement in Syria; and STL Cards Broadcaster John Rooney (filling in for Mike Shannon) on Cardinal Baseball
Charlie and Debbie talk with U.S. Cong. John Shimkus (R-IL), who is not convinced a limited strike against Syria is warranted at this time; and Charlie talks baseball with STL Cards Broadcaster John Rooney, who if filling in
for Mike Shannon while Mike’s on-the-mend from surgery.
Those stationed at Scott would help coordinate refueling efforts for ships stationed in the Mediterranean as well as air forces in Turkey and Jordan.
Congressman John Shimkus (R-IL) and U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) both expressed either outright dismay or hesitancy about the plan.