11/22 Wednesday: Mike Wolf, Darrell Glasper, E Eric Guirard

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Mike Wolf

Libertarian Baton Rouge attorney Mike Wolf joins the conversation to comment on the recent sexual harassment allegations against Charlie Rose, Roy Moore and Al Franken.  

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Darrell Glasper & E Eric Guirard

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Republican former Metro councilman Darrell Glasper and Republican attorney E Eric Guirard also comment on the recent sexual harassment allegations in politics and the media. The pair all discuss President Donald Trump's time in office. 

11/21 Tuesday: Rick Shapiro, Leo Honeycutt, David Diamond, Tony Brown

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Rick Shapiro

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Author Rick Shapiro is today's first guest and he comments on his latest book, Hope Never Dies: How 20 Late-Stage and Terminal Cancer Patients Beat the Odds.

"Rick Shapiro brings profound, insightful, information-packed testimony of real hope, and news of life-saving, groundbreaking integrative and alternative treatments for cancer patients."- Amazon

Leo Honeycutt

Author and occasional guest host Leo Honeycutt chats with Jim about the sexual harassment allegations surrounding Charlie Rose. 

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David Diamond & Tony Brown

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Republican Rev. David Diamond and Democratic KTTP Station Manager Tony Brown join the conversation in the second hour to chat about President Donald Trump and sexual harassment allegations coming to the surface involving Roy Moore, Al Franken and now Charlie Rose. 

11/20 Monday: Johnny Kampis, Smiley Anders, Faye Williams

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Johnny Kampis

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Investigative Reporter with the Taxpayer Protection Alliance Johnny Kampis joins the conversation to educate the public in holding politicians accountable through the research, analysis and dissemination of information on the government’s effects on the economy.

Smiley Anders


Columnist for the Advocate for the past 38 years, Smiley Anders, chats with Jim in studio on his 80th birthday. 

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Faye Williams

Democratic activist Faye Williams joins the conversation in the second hour to comment on the controversies surrounding Roy Moore and Al Franken. 

11/17 Friday: Paul Arrigo, Tony Guarisco, Bridget Gardner, Scott McKay, Bill Bryan

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Paul Arrigo & Tony Guarisco


President and CEO of Visit Baton Rouge Paul Arrigo and former state senator Tony Guarisco chat with Jim about the hotel-motel occupancy tax. Arrigo supports it and Guarisco does not. 

Bridget Gardner

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Registered Nurse with the University Medical Center in New Orleans Bridget Gardner chats with Jim about a program through the fast food chain, Sonic, to purchase child safety seats for local communities.

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Scott McKay & Bill Bryan

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Republican Scott McKay of the Hayride and Independent Bill Bryant join the conversation in the last hour to comment on President Donald Trump and allegations against Al Franken and Roy Moore. 

11/16 Thursday: Edwin W. Edwards, David Duke, Jennifer Crochet, Kevin Harris, Ryn Jones

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Edwin Edwards

Former Governor Edwin Edwards joins the conversation to chat about the 26th anniversary of winning the 1991 gubernatioral election against David Duke. 

David Duke

Self proclaimed white nationalist and former state representative David Duke chats with guest host Leo Honeycutt and comments on the 1991 governor's election. 

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Jennifer Crochet


Fitness trainer Jennifer Crochet discusses with Leo how to exercise properly as you age and how to keep the weight off during the holiday season.

Kevin Harris & Ryn Jones


Architect Kevin Harris and Ryn Jones with Remax chat with Leo for the remainder of the show about the challenges of flipping houses. The pair discuss how the process is harder than it looks and buyers should often beware.  

11/15 Wednesday: Steve Cochran, Harry Dent, Tony Guarisco, Ben Bagert

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Steve Cochran

Steve Cochran of the Restore Mississippi River Delta coalition joins the discussion to talk about their new best of the best recommendations from the new State Master Plan for restoring and preserving Louisiana's coast. 

Harry Dent

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Author Harry Dent chats with Jim about his latest book, Zero Hour: Turn the Greatest Political and Financial Upheaval in Modern History to Your Advantage.
"The turn of the 2020s will mark an extremely rare convergence of low points for multiple political, economic, and demographic cycles. The result will be a major financial crash and global upheaval that will dwarf the Great Recession of the 2000s—and maybe even the Great Depression of the 1930s. We’re facing the onset of what Dent calls 'Economic Winter.'"- Amazon

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Tony Guarisco & Ben Bagert


Former state senator and Republican attorney Ben Bagert and former Democratic state senator Tony Guarisco discuss Trump's presidency and the controversy surrounding Alabama judge Roy Moore and his campaign for U.S. Senate.