Eleven Secret Service agents could have cokmpromised the country’s security by soliciting
for prostitutes in Colombia while on assignment for President Obama. The agents are suspended. Bestselling Author Ron Kessler talks about what could be the biggest scandal in the history of the Secret Service and his book, “In the President’s Secret Service”.

Mike Melson, St. Louis resident activist, tells us about today’s taxpayers protest march against 1% tax dodgers, those corporations that make $millions and $billions in profit but pay no taxes. (Today, Apr. 17, 3:30PM, starts at the Bank of America at 8th and Market in Downtown STL.)

Charlie talks with Faizan Syed, Executive Director of the Council of American-Islamic Relations, about the Muslim woman who was arrested due to traffic violations, taken to STL County jail and forced to remove her hijab, religious head scarf, in front of male officers. Should the STL County Police apologize to the woman?

It’s Travel Tuesdays, and Charlie talks with Jennifer Emmet of Nat’l Geographic Society about two new children’s books, “Nat’l Geographic Kids National Parks Guide U.S.A.” and “Nat’l Geographic Kids Ultimate U.S. Road Trip Atlas”.


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