The Missouri Times Podcast Network, featuring "This Weekly in Missouri Politics," "Show Me Missourah," "TWMP Midweek Update," "Third Read," and more.
This Week in Missouri Politics — April 18, 2021
Scott Faughn is joined by Sen. Bob Onder to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic and elections. On the panel, Scott is joined by state Reps. Donna Baringer and Chad Perkins as well as Alderwoman-elect Anne Schweitzer and Jamey Murphy.
Third Read – The Rejection of Roeber’s Resignation
This week, Kaitlyn Schallhorn and Conner Kerrigan cover the Rick Roeber resignation and rejection, drama in the Senate, Paris Hilton’s involvement in the Missouri Legislature,…
This Week in Missouri Politics — April 11, 2021
Scott Faughn is joined by St. Louis Mayor-elect Tishaura Jones to discuss her historic election and her agenda. On the panel, Scott is joined…
Third Read: A Proper Old Fashioned
Kaitlyn and Conner talk about Todd Graves’ appointment to the UM System Board of Curators, Sen. Holly Rehder’s PDMP bill, Rep. Ron Hicks’ gun bill,…
Midweek Update with Scott Faughn — April 6,2021
Listen as Scott Faughn takes a drink from his Stein of Knowledge and breaks down who’s in, who’s out, and who is still considering the…
This Week in Missouri Politics — March 28, 2021
Scott Faughn is joined by Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe to discuss his 2024 gubernatorial announcement, his commitment to pro-life issues, and the 2020 election results.…
It’s a nice podcast, I would like to see him go deeper into Missouri politics and cover more information on Missouri State legislation.
Two thumbs way up
I love getting insight into what is really going on behind closed doors. Not only does this podcast give me a look around the curtain, it’s convenient for me to listen rather then sit down and sift through articles. Such a great resource!
Thoughtful analysis of Missouri politics from the "right" side of the political spectrum
As noted by other reviews, the audio quality is often pretty poor and in some cases it makes the podcast difficult to understand. And, if you're of my political persuasion you may find the thinking hard to understadn as well, but that shouldn't keep you from listening. It's a refreshing perspective on what are, to me, perplexing politics without the bombast and insults that charadterize soi much of "conservative" entertainment "news" media. I would not call this a conservative podcast, but rather a news podcast with a conservative perspective. It often has "progressive" guests, and treats them respectuflly and with thoughtful questioning. Two thumbs up, and five stars when they get their production problems fixed.