In hour 2 of today's show, Host Mike Claiborne discusses several books, including "Financial Diaries: How American Families Cope with a World of Uncertainty" by Jonathan Murdoch & Rachel Schneider; "Quackery" by Lydia Kang & Nate Pederson; and "Online Danger: How to Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones from the Evil Ways of the Internet" by Dr. Eric Cole.
In hour 1 of today's show, Host Mike Claiborne talks with a veteran on Veteran's Day, and how Veteran's should properly be thanked. Claiborne also speaks with Robert Dallek, author of "Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Political Life", as well as Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League.
Mike Claiborne talks with Amanda E. Doyle to discuss her book that discusses one-hundred things to do in St. Louis. Claiborne also talks to Gerald Chertavian, Harvard Graduate and CEO of Year Up. Lastly Mike talks with consumer technology journalist Jennifer Jolly.
Mike Claiborne speaks with Barbara Radnofsky, politician and author of “A Citizen’s Guide to Impeachment.” Mike also talks with Journalist Pauline Dakin about her constant run from the mob as a child and Terry Gloriod, retired President of Missouri American Water Company.
Mike Claiborne talks with Mark Reardon about the possible Amazon bid in St. Louis, plus the Harvey Weinstein controversy. Former EPA Administrator Carol Browner joins the program to discuss air pollution, plus Nick Selby, author of Cyber Attack Manual.
John O'Leary answers the questions 'Why me?', 'Who cares?', and 'What else can I do?" in this motivational speech. Jason Bockman, Co-Founder of Strange Donuts, also speaks about the importance of the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.