News director of Louisiana Radio Network, Palermo joins Jim to talk about the LSU and Ole Miss game. Jeff describes the weekend setup for a traditional Saturday night of football. He also talks the upcoming Senate race and the Presidential election.
From the comedian behind the popular parenting blog, The Ugly Volvo comes a comical look at the baby milestone book. This book shows what it's like the first time baby rolls off the bed or says a bad word, leaving parents to wonder if they're doing anything right.
In his book, "Ike's Gamble," author Michael Doran talks about how Nasser played the US, invoking America’s opposition to European colonialism to drive a wedge between Eisenhower and two British Prime Ministers, Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden.
Peter Ames Carlin
A life story with the scope and power of an epic novel, Carlin’s, Homeward Bound is the first major biography of Paul Simon. Peter joins Jim to relive moments in Simon's life and how he became one of the most influential popular artists in American history.
Stanley Bruce Herschensohn is an American political commentator and author who rose to prominence in the Republican Party, becoming a consultant to the Republican National Convention in 1972 and joined the Nixon administration on September 11, 1972. Herschensohn talks with Jim about the two presidential candidates and the traits that avert Donald Trump from becoming a respected president.