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Jamie and Jim discuss the major events taking place in St. Louis over the weekend. A mother and her daughter run out of Target, Rams players spark controversy as they enter the field with their hands up and the Bosnian community reacts to the gruesome murder of a member of their...
With the unrest in varying cities and counties in and around St. Louis many people flocked to gun stores to purchase their first firearms. As wonderful as this is, it's not enough. Matt Canovi teaches defense and firearm use specifically for surviving personal attacks and home...
Host of the Independents on FBN joins Jamie this morning. Kennedy mindfully delivers words of wisdom to the criminals who took the national stage Monday night as they burned and looted business in Ferguson.
Anthem - The Band Perry 520 Daylight - Matt and Kim 535 Bring On The Night - The Police 550 Entertainment - Pheonix 620 Me In Honey - REM 720 Land of Hope and Dreams - Bruce Springsteen 750 Secondhand News - Fleetwood Mac 820 Wishing (If I Had a Photograph of You) - Flock of...
Ferguson Mayor James Knowles joins Jamie this morning to discuss the events taking place in and around Ferguson. Interestingly enough, Governor Nixon all but cut Knowles out of the equation from the very beginning and we all know how Nixon's solution turned out. Knowles lay's it...
Platte County Presecuting Attorney Eric Zahnd joined Jamie yesterday morning to discuss the legalities of the Grand Jury processes. Before this interview we assumed we would be hearing from members of the jury. Interviews, leaks, etc... Zahnd explains why that won't be happening:
Friend and colleague Ben Vogelsang is a Ferguson native. Last night Ben and Tony Colombo took to the streets in the wake of the decision. Ben gives a firsthand account -- starting in Clayton and migrating to Ferguson of the fears, tension and events that took place. Fire,...
We've all seen the coverage. Last night, nationally and locally, we watched business in Ferguson burn. In the beginning the media outnumbered the protesters 20-1. After the decision was released and set in the mood took a turn. It's been a struggle for our community to marry...
Jamie and Rodney discuss the further preparation in the lead up to the Ferguson verdict. How will the city react? What could possibly be taking this long?