In the final hour of The Marc Cox Morning Show, Marc talks about congress trying to prevent a railway workers strike and St Louis county converting their fleet to electric vehicles in the Bottomline. Everyone on the Show gives their thoughts on electric vehicles. Stacy Washing from Stacyontheright.com joins Marc to talk the St Louis City and County trying to merge again. Stacy also gives her thought on the county's new electric fleet. And finally Marc, Kathleen, and Tricia talk about the most annoying slang words of 2022. Have a great day everyone!!!
In the second hour of The Marc Cox Morning Show, Marc welcomes Rob Bluey to talk about the Respect for Marriage act. Monkey Pox will now be called MPox so it wont offended anyone, Former Missouri State Senator John Lamping discusses the proposed city/ county merger, and Kathleen England brings you In Other News. Coming Up in the Next Hour: Todd Piro, Host of Fox and Friends First.
In the final hour of The Marc Cox Morning Show, Marc welcomes Congressman Jim Jordan talks Twitter suppressing the Hunter Biden Laptop story. A 911 call gets routed to CO. St Louis County Councilman of District 7, Mark Harder talks about the renewed talks of a city / county merger. and Arizona elections are still not certified. Have a great Day.
Fire up your Monday with Jessie Jane Duff, former U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant, as she and Marc discuss Trump's welcome back to Twitter, and she gives us a reminder to celebrate the takeback of the House. (Photo by Bethany Clarke/Getty Images)
Marc welcomes Dr. Mollie James to the show to discuss how studies have proven that ivermectin actually worked well against Covid, and that many lawsuits may be in the near future as regulations on vaccine requirements lighten up.
In the last hour of MCMS, Marc welcomes Jessie Jane Duff, former U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant, to help us get fired up on this Monday morning. Marc shares more information on the shooting in Colorado Springs, where red flag laws did not stop a man from killing 5 and injuring 25 after he had the police called on him for threatening to blow up his family with a bomb. Tom Ackerman, KMOX Sports Director, joins the show to discuss the Blues win streak and the Cardinal's latest choices as Spring training approaches. Later, Marc gets a call from Bob Ibach from Nikco Sports to talk about the St. Louis Cardinals 2022 3 Ball Set. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
In this hour of MCMS, Marc talks briefly about how the FDA is backtracking on their previous restrictions on Covid before he's joined in studio by our friend Danny Define to discuss Elon Musk's welcoming back President Trump to Twitter and if he will, or should, make a return. Marc welcomes Dr. Mollie James to the show to discuss how the FDA has realized their mistake on ivermectin and claims they never said anyone "couldn't" take it to help with Covid symptoms. Later, it's our First Responder Spotlight, and today, we're shining it on the Wentzville Fire Protection District and their Fire Chief, John Schneider.
Good morning from the Marc Cox Morning Show! This morning, Carl shares how he met a listener over the weekend who was excited to tell us how he listens to the show every morning. Marc discusses Korrine Jean Pierre's comments on how they are not "politicizing" the Department of Justice after a special counsel is instated to investigate January 6. Donald Trump has been reinstated on Twitter as Elon Musk promised, but will he actually be coming back to the social media site? Later, President Biden didn't hesitate to make another tragic shooting into a political devise. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
In this hour of MCMS, Marc welcomes Hans von Spakovsky, Senior Legal Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, to discuss the new investigation team that has been instated to look into January 6. Marc shares more information on why the special council that's been instated is incredibly bias. Jennifer Kushinka from This Morning with Gordon Deal joins the show to tell us what's going on in the world of business and the stock markets. Later, Kathleen England tells us what's going on "In Other News."
In this hour of MRS, Sue Thomas shares what's going on with "Sue's News." Brad Young talks with Paul Hall with Common Guy's Film Reviews to discuss a few of the upcoming Christmas movies we may or may not be looking forward to. Later, Frank Cusumano, KSDK Sports Director, joins the show to discuss the death of Jay Randolph Jr., the Cardinal's filling up their roster, CityPark and more.
Brad Young welcomes John Berlau, a senior fellow and Director of Finance Policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and an expert on crypto currency policy, about the crypto-implosion in the wake of the FTX scandal.
In the last hour of MRS, Brad Young speaks with John Davis, a former federal prosecutor and current criminal defense attorney with the Kessler Williams law firm, about the latest update on the murders of four students at the University of Idaho. After the rise and fall in popularity of crypto currency, Brad welcomes John Berlau, a senior fellow and Director of Finance Policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and an expert on crypto currency policy, about the crypto-implosion in the wake of the FTX scandal. Later, it's "The Clip of the Day."
Brad Young debates the importance of candidacy for the Presidential ticket after the foreseen Red Wave did not go as planned during the midterms with Jean Evans, head of the Missouri Federation for Children, Jane Dueker, local attorney and former Democrat candidate for St. Louis County Executive, and Steve Butz, Missouri State Representative.
In this hour of MCMS, Marc discusses why Chuck Schumer wants the U.S. to give illegal immigrants citizenship among the immigration crisis. Some officials that supported and worked with Trump in his first presidential run have changed their tune, but others want you to stop pestering them when the midterms just finished. Marc and Tom Ackerman, KMOX Sports Director, discuss the first CITY2 game and the Blues winning streak. Later, Kathleen England tells us what's going on "In Other News."
In the last hour of MCMS, Marc talks with Shannon Bream, Host of Fox News Sunday and Fox News Channels chief legal correspondent, to discuss the mixed feedback from Trump's presidential candidacy announcement. The Left giving trans-people in San Francisco money just for being trans. We talk with Griff Jenkins, Washington-based correspondent for FOX News Channel, to see where he is and talk about the building evidence against Hunter Biden. Later, Marc shares more information on the Hunter Biden case.
Good morning from the Marc Cox Morning Show! This morning, Marc talks about the mixed responses we're seeing about Trump's presidential bid for 2024. We get a call from one of the volunteers from the upcoming Guns 'N Hoses event to hear about how fun and exciting the event is - find out more on our website. We get a replay of Marc's interview with Sen. Josh Hawley. Later, Marc celebrates Pelosi's loss of power in the upcoming months.
Marc talks with Griff Jenkins, Washington-based correspondent for FOX News Channel, to see where in the world he is and talk about the building evidence against Hunter Biden, how he's risking national security, and the homicide in Moscow, Idaho.
In this hour of MCMS, the House has been reclaimed for the Republicans and Pelosi is on her way out, Marc gets a call from our friend Jim Talent, former U.S. Senator, to discuss candidates and bringing together America. We're joined in studio by the Eureka Fire Chief Greg Brown, Retired St. Louis County Police Chief John Belmar, Maryland Heights Fire Chief Steve Olshwanger, and Eureka Police Chief Wiegand to learn about this years Guns and Hoses event. Later, it's our First Responder Spotlight, and today, it's shining on the Belleville Police Department and the Chief of Police Matthew Eiskant.
In this hour of MCMS, Marc talks to Griff Jenkins about . We get a call from our friend Griff Jenkins, Washington based correspondent, to hear about Trump's announcement that he will be running again for President. Marc and Carl talk about last nights Eagles concert and how Ticketmaster couldn't handle the demand for Taylor Swift tickets. Marc discusses some concerns that have been brought up with Trump's candidacy announcement. Later, Kathleen England tells us what's going on "In Other News."
In this hour of MCMS, Marc talks about the bombing in Poland and how Washington is slow to blame Russia before we get a call from Genevieve Wood, Senior Advisor at The Heritage Foundation, to talk about ballot harvesting and what caused voters to go out to the polls. We welcome William Inboden, author of THE PEACEMAKER: Ronald Reagan, the Cold War and the World on the Brink. Later, it's our First Responder Spotlight, and today, we're honoring the Rock Community Fire Protection District in Jefferson County Missouri.
In the last hour of MCMS, Marc spoke with Senator Josh Hawley yesterday post-midterms, but just before Trump's big announcement, about what it will take to strengthen the Republican party. Marc talks about how he and Mark Reardon seem to always miss certain politicians on their shows. Marc and Carl discuss crypto currency and how people thought it would be the future of money before it suddenly disappeared off the radar. Later, we get a call from our friend Charles Payne, host of Making Money with Charles Payne on FOX Business Network and author of 'Unstoppable Prosperity,' to discuss FTX and how they used cryptocurrency to funnel money back into the Democratic party.
Good morning from The Marc Cox Morning Show! The big news has come and it looks like we'll have another chance to vote for a Trump presidency. Marc takes a few calls from listeners to hear what they think about Trump running again. We talk with Phil Keating from FOX News to hear about NASA's preparations to launch Artemis I now that the hurricanes have passed. Later, Marc touches on why people should be more concerned about qualifications rather than race and gender when it comes to selecting the best people for positions. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
In this hour of MCMS, Marc discusses how vote harvesting effected the midterm elections and how the Republicans failed to play the same dirty game as the Left. We get a call from Jay Young, author of 'The Upside of Oil and Gas Investing' and a fourth generation oil and gas professional, to hear about the diesel shortage. Marc talks with John Lamping, former Missouri State Senator, about the difference between ballot harvesting and ballot submission assistance. Later, Kathleen tells us what's going on "In Other News."
In this hour of MCMS, Marc talks with our friend Todd Piro, host of Fox and Friends First, to hear about the University of Virginia shooting, Trump's anticipated announcement and Marc's lack of hockey knowledge. It's 2A Tuesday, and today Marc is speaking with Cam Edwards, editor at BearingArms.com, host of NRA NewsCam & Company, and 40 acres & a fool, about how criminalizing firearms is backfiring. Later, it's our First Responder Spotlight and today, we're shining it on the Edwardsville Fire Department and their Fire Chief, James Whiteford.
In the last hour of MCMS, Marc, Kathleen and Carl discuss what Trump's big announcement could be. We get a call from FOX TV's Charles Watson to learn more about the Georgia runoff race. Chanel Rion, Chief White House Correspondent for One America News Network, joins the show to get an inside look at what Trump's announcement could be. Later, Marc talks with a listener about immigration and reminds us to get our raffle tickets while we can to help our First Responders.
Good morning from the Marc Cox Morning Show! This morning we had a little bit of snow - so of course there was no milk or bread on the shelves when Kathleen visited the grocery store yesterday. The ballots are in out in Arizona and things aren't quite adding up. Marc talks with a listener about how it seems that they are purposely discouraging people from voting. We get a replay of Marc's conversation from yesterday with Jessie Jane Duff. Later, Marc wonders whether or not the Left really believes what they're telling the public.
Good morning and happy Monday from the Marc Cox Morning Show! If you weren't happy with the redwave after last weeks election, it seems like it's time to make a big change with the party. Marc discusses how Biden's son has compromised the country as more information comes to light with his involvement with China. Marc steps up onto his soapbox to talk about how Democrats have hijacked elections and change the rules in their favor after decades of failing to get their voters to the polls on polling day. Later, Marc continues to address the issue of ballot harvesting.
In this hour of MCMS, Marc talks with Hans von Spakovsky, Senior Legal Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, about all of the issues they had out in Arizona on election day. Marc, Carl and Kathleen discuss the show they missed over the weekend and how our Facebook feed gets a whole different show from what you hear on the radio. Our friend Jennifer Kushinka from This Morning with Gordon Deal joins the show to tell us what's going on in business, the economy and the stock markets. Later, Kathleen England tells us what's going on "In Other News."
In this hour of MCMS, Marc welcomes Danny Define in studio to talk about the debate of DeSantis or Trump for GOP candidate in 2024. We get a call from Eben Brown, FOX News Radio, to learn more about the deadline in Illinois for Ghost Gun Owners and what it means for gun owners in our neighboring state. Later, it's our First Responder Spotlight, and today, it's shining on the Chesterfield Police Department and their Chief of Police, Colonel Ray Johnson.
In the last hour of MCMS, we get our Monday fired up with Jessie Jane Duff, Former U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant, who joins the show to discuss why Trump should be the next GOP candidate. Producer Ashlyn joins the show to talk more about the Illinois ghost gun law and how to get your ghost gun serialized. Marc and Tom Ackerman, KMOX Sports Director, discuss the Blues come-back and STL-SC. Later, Marc talks more about why the polls did not turn out the way most people expected.
In this hour of MCMS, Ryan talks about Sleepy Joe's recent post-election comments before we get a call from our Jim Talent, former US Senator, to discuss the recession and layoffs. Brad Young, partner at Harris, Dowell, Fisher & Young, and 97.1 Talk Regular, joins the show to talk about what the Supreme Court has been up to during the election season. Later, It's our First Responder Spotlight, and today, we're shining that spotlight on Highland Illinois Police Department and their Chief of Police, Louis E. Jogmen.
Ryan Wrecker and Brad Young, partner at Harris, Dowell, Fisher & Young and 97.1 FM Talk regular, discuss what the Supreme Court has been up to as they continue to take cases as the election concludes.