Friday: Waterloo, President of Louisiana Chemical Association, "Rebuilding liberty without permission", and Councilman John Delgado

HOUR ONE: 

Bernard Cornwell

 http://www.odt.co.nz/entertainment/books/326388/battle-determined-europes-future-retold-engrossing-manner

http://www.odt.co.nz/entertainment/books/326388/battle-determined-europes-future-retold-engrossing-manner

Bernard Cornwell is an author who has published many historical novels in over 25 languages around the world.  He shares his book, Waterloo, and his passion for sharing the story of two of the greatest military leaders ever in the world, Wellington and Napoleon.  

Dan Borne

 http://www.lca.org/about/staff/Borne

http://www.lca.org/about/staff/Borne

Dan Borne is the President of the Louisiana Chemical Association.  He addresses the 1 cent sales tax on utilities and electricity that is being reinstated.  It will be a new tax for many businesses though it was originally a tax prior to the 80s.    

HOUR TWO: 

Charles Murray

 http://www.salon.com/2014/04/08/tramp_stamps_racism_and_icky_pronouns_8_new_life_tips_from_bell_curve_author_charles_murray/

http://www.salon.com/2014/04/08/tramp_stamps_racism_and_icky_pronouns_8_new_life_tips_from_bell_curve_author_charles_murray/

Charles Murray is the author of the the New York Times bestseller By The People.  He shares his inspiration for writing the book and the story of many Americans who are unhappy with government interference in the lives of ordinary citizens and business.  

John Delgado

  Metro Councilman John Delgado: Advocate staff photo by Patrick Dennis.

Metro Councilman John Delgado: Advocate staff photo by Patrick Dennis.

John Delgado is a Metro City Councilman for District 12 and an attorney.  He discusses the proposal and protests regarding making St. George its own school district.  At least 16 million dollars has been annexed out of the potential area for the City of St. George.