Today marks the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion on the Normandy beaches. Robert Bareford of Chesterfield shares his story.
Syndicated columnist George Will discusses his latest piece, “The 20116 Presidential Candidate We Need.” Will has also written a book about the Chicago Cubs.
The Missouri Legislative Session is is over now. Missouri Speaker of the House Tim Jones and State Senator John Lamping join us.
Illinois Congressman John Shimkus joins the show and talks about the House Beghazi commission and Lois Lerner and the IRS.
The Missouri House today voted to override Governor Nixon’s veto of a tax cut bill. Yesterday, the state Senate also voted to override. Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones of Eureka joins us.
This year, we’ve seen a new legislative strategy evolve to deal with vetoes by the governor.
St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay joins us in studio to discuss his recent blog entry and survey asking what would the City of St. Louis look like with a population of 500,000.
Some Missouri House members ducked out on previous vote
About two dozen low-income residents, pastors, business leaders and health care advocates testified Tuesday in support of legislation that would expand Medicaid eligibility to about 300,000 people living in or near poverty.
Tim Jones (R-Eureka) says he will instead run for an unspecified statewide office in 2016.