We start the day with political consultant and author, Roger Stone, and discuss the new movie "Selma" and his Best and Worst Dressed List.
In response to the idea that the Selma march was President Johnson's idea, Stone says, "That is a stone cold lie." He discusses Johnson's role in the civil rights movement. "His motivation was not doing the right or wrong thing. His motivation was politics." He continues, commenting on his Best and Worst Dressed List. "Kim Kardashian did win my best for undressed list this year."
Professor James Hardy joins us to remember the 200th anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans.
Duke Bardwell, who was the bassist for Elvis Presley, remembers The King on Elvis's would be 80th birthday. Bardwell says, "It's almost like he unleashed something. He was the lovable bad boy that all the girls wanted."
Political consultant, Gus Weill discusses the Battle of New Orleans, Louisiana politics, and the shooting in Paris. "The Jihadists have been educated in the terrorist schools." He continues, "It doesn't take much to turn a man into that blind, furious, and hateful animal." In a previous interview with Edwin Edwards, he said, "If prayer healed, 265 popes would not have died because there were hundreds of thousands of prayers for them."