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Photo by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images One of my favorite projects here at the Fox News Corner of the World is my annual Fox Radio Christmas show. It’s a two-hour extravaganza filmed in Memphis - featuring special guest performers, celebrities, a full orchestra and the Bellevue...
Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images There’s trouble brewing in Lincoln, Nebraska where students at a public school were told they could not fly the American flag – because it might spark some sort of post-election backlash. Several of my astute readers sent me a link to a story...
Stacy Washington is your host for “Stacy On The Right” airing Sunday nights from 7p to 9p on FM News Talk 97.1 radio in St. Louis, MO. Stacy delivers thought provoking conservative commentary about every relevant political issue that faces us every day and encourages listeners...
Annie Frey is your host for “The Annie Frey Show” airing Saturdays from 5p - 7p on FM News Talk 97.1 radio in St. Louis, MO. This On Demand Video features Annie talking with Matt Palumbo, writer for www.AllenBWest.com about how the cast of the Broadway hit musical “Hamilton”...
Annie Frey is your host for “The Annie Frey Show” airing Saturdays from 5p - 7p on FM News Talk 97.1 radio in St. Louis, MO. This On Demand Video features Annie talking with FM News Talk’s Marc Cox about the various Trump Appointees and how the far left is going crazy over them.
Photo by Mark Wilson Getty Images It is planned that a lot will get done next year. Trump is ahead of where Obama, Bush, and Carter at this point in his Presidency.
Photo by Win McNamee Getty Images Bill Eigle has been in Senate Caucus meetings to decide what will get done. The first issue up is labor reform.
Marc and Michael discuss the possibility of a stadium for soccer as well as Clayton missing out in revenue. $75 million has been approved for Cetene's Clayton Expansion Project. It could provide 1,000 new jobs, but the city could be missing out on a lot. http://showmeinstitute...
Photo by Drew Angerer Getty Images The 4% GDP growth yearly that Trump is looking for would be a huge help for small businesses. There are a lot of regulations that hurt start ups and make it difficult to start a small business.