Chief Administrative Officer of Lafayette City and Parish Dee Stanley reveals to Jim how the day has been since the tragic Grand Theater mass shooting in Lafayette. He says they're trying to figure out why gunman John Houser would do something like this.
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Two political consultants, Dayne Sherman and Scott Wilfong, reflect on the Lafayette mass shooting. Wilfong believes the answers for change will be mental health.
Sherman and Wilfong chat with Jim about how the left and right sides view Governor Jindal using tax dollars to have State Police escort him on his presidential campaign.
Sherman thinks Jindal should've resigned earlier in this year after announcing he's running for President.
Wilfong doesn't think attacking the current governor will help Jay Dardenne win the election.