The Murdock Report first took to the public airwaves in 2008 as a radio show on WGNU AM in St. Louis, Missouri, serving as a strong voice for a wide range of Progressive issues from a local, state and national perspective. From humble beginnings, this “little show that could” continued to grow an audience base from across the country, featuring analysis, commentary and interviews with experts on topics such as wealth, crime, equality, healthcare, election news, poverty, privilege, the environment, current events, social justice and human rights. The program is currently on a brief hiatus as the team transitions to a new radio station, KWRH 92.9 FM, this year. Thank you all for your ongoing support. Check back soon for more details and all new episodes!
The founder and primary host of the show, Kenny Murdock has a background in both Missouri State politics and “Inside the Beltway” D.C. strategy.
Having worked throughout the nation on political campaigns, Kenny has come to a unique understanding of what actually motivates elected officials. He worked as an election specialist for the State of Missouri under Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, and is a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter Political Action Committee. Mixing politics with his love of sci-fi and fantasy genres, the Murdock Report produces a texture of pop culture and political wit that highlights missed themes in today’s over-saturated political landscape.
Candice Dixon Morales
Candice Dixon Morales was born in Berkeley, California and relocated to Olivette, Missouri at age 12. She attended Ladue Horton Watkins High School and graduated top of her class. After Ladue, she was admitted via early decision to Stanford University, where she graduated with a degree in public policy. As a senior at Stanford, she studied Spanish, art, and architecture abroad in Barcelona, Spain. Continuing her education, Candice earned a law degree from the University of New Hampshire School of Law. While in school, she worked as a summer associate for a boutique law firm.
After law school, she worked for law firms and legal departments within internet/tech companies, gaining a wide variety of experience in criminal, civil, intellectual property, and contract law. She was selected by a former Attorney General of Texas to spearhead a trademark initiative to improve client experience and corporate processes for a legal document services internet company.
Candice’s passion for social justice and politics landed her a position as a professor of law at Harris Stowe State University, her mother’s alma mater. She taught advanced criminal justice courses in the Department of Urban Specializations including: Non-traditional Urban Incarceration and Rehabilitation, and Introduction to Forensic Science. Additionally, she has worked on several political campaigns throughout her career including serving as a staging location director for Obama’s Campaign for Change.
Candice joined The Murdock Report family as a legal analyst and on-air contributor. She researches case law, articles, and public policy issues for on-air discussions. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and enjoys writing, hiking, and traveling.
The Murdock Report asked Darren Pearson to join the team for his knowledge of business, economics and technology issues.
Darren is a highly experienced business professional, having worked in many different industries including leisure and gaming, consumer products, education and sports marketing and management.
Darren was a world-class hurdler, a quarter-miler and an All-American several times. He earned a full scholarship to Southern University and A&M College. Darren finished from Southern with a Bachelor in Accounting and went on to earn a Master in Business Administration and a Master in Marketing from Webster University. Currently Darren is working as a consultant.
His balanced approach and wide-ranging expertise provides a great sounding board for our discussions.
She maintains an active presence on Instagram and Twitter.