William Lacy Clay
“At dinner that night, my Dad got up and excused himself from the table. That was the first time that I ever saw him cry,” the younger Clay recalls.
President Obama said in 2009 that Americans who liked their current plan could keep it under the Affordable Care Act.
Blunt questions whether the administration has realistic policy goals for the Mideast nation.
The Franciscan Sisters of Mary wants Missouri Senators Blunt and McCaskill — and Missouri Congressmen Clay and Wagner — to openly call for the removal of radioactive waste from the site.
There was further fallout Monday from a controversy sparked Saturday night when a rodeo clown wearing a mask of President Barack Obama was taunted.
“This whole proliferation of firearms has gotten out of hand,” he said. “I don’t think we need a neighborhood watch person walking around armed like they are the police.”
Clay said Congress probably has until September to pass gun legislation before the President might act on his own.
The decisive Democratic primary was marred by accusations of bribery and bitter racial divides.
“There’s no logical reason to allow those weapons to proliferate on our streets,” Clay said.
John & Michael talk with the winners of yesterday’s Missouri primary — U.S.Sen. Claire McCaskill, U.S.Cong. Todd Akin, Dave Spence, U.S. Cong. Lacy Clay, Mo.Lt.Gov. Peter Kinder, Susan Montee, Tishaura Jones and Ann Wagner. They also talk with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon.