Wayne LaPierre spoke Saturday at national convention in St. Louis, referring to coverage of Trayvon Martin case.
Across town from NRA National Convention in St. Louis, some demonstrators say no.
“I don’t line up with the NRA,” Tomney said when he tried to oust Sen. Edward M. Kennedy in Massachusetts in 1994.
Missouri State Representative Gary Cross talks with Mark about his bill to make teen get parental permission before using a tanning booth.
Charlie talks with the newly-elected Mayor of Ellisville, MO, Adam Paul, about the WalMart TIF proposal; with the Rev. B. T. Rice about what the African American community is doing to curb black-on-black crime in STL; and with St. Louis Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon about tonight’s season opener.
Guests on this Friday morning include TV critic Ed Bark, People Magazine’s JoAnne Fowler, and more.
The Florida case hits home to young black men here who can relate to being profiled
The Illinois Democrat spoke out against racial profiling saying “just because someone wears a hoodie does not make them a hoodlum.”
John and Michael talk with STL Brd. of Alderman Pres. Lewis Reed about today’s Trayvon Martin’s rallies; host a pro/con on the WalMart TIF proposal in Ellisville with Ellisville, MO, Mayor Matt Pirrello and St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann; talk with TJ Vytlacil about his new social club, Blood and Sand; with KMOX Entertainment Editor Harry Hamm about the new Fox Theatre season, Cavalia and “The Hunger Games”; and pose the question, “Who’s the Smartest Man in the World”?
Marches planned across the country.