September 4: Al Garza, Det. Andy Anderson, Penny Smith


Al Garza



Detective Andy Anderson



Penny Smith

I had the honor of talking with a couple of men I really respect this afternoon, guys who each, in their own way, are standing up to defend the principles on which America was founded.

First, we welcomed Al Garza, Executive Director of the Minutemen Civil Defense Corps, back to The Drive. He talked about the situation brewing over in Kansas City, where “civil rights” groups La Raza and the NAACP are threatening to take their national conventions elsewhere. Why? Because K.C. Mayor Mark Funkhouser named 73-year-old Frances Semler, a member of the Minutemen, to the parks board.

Detective Andy Anderson stopped in to talk about the work of his Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force. It was a disturbing discussion, especially when he revealed that much of what they find on the computers of predators involves children as young as infants.

Penny Smith stopped in for her weekly “C & S Employment Solutions” segment. We had a good talk on how employers can keep employees happy and motivated. It was hard to avoid sports metaphors — so I didn’t.

The Eagle 93.9 Intelligence Briefing:

Edwards backs mandatory preventive care
Blunt touts cable bill during Columbia visit
More utility rate increases may be on the way
Nothing sad about the blues at Grant Elementary

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