Dr. Kelly Brogan: A Mind of Your Own
Dr. Brogan addresses depression in her book, A Mind of Your Own. She talks with Jim about how women in particular feel depressed and the use of prescriptions may not be helping. In her book, Brogan gives natural alternatives in aiding women when making their bodies feel better.
As the director of The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge, Chatelain comes on the show to announce FestForAll 2016, to be held on April 2 & 3 in downtown Baton Rouge!
New for this year, the festival, free and open to the public, will stretch along North Boulevard from 5th Street and the Old Governor’s Mansion to the North Boulevard Town Square, and will add an opening ceremony featuring a Children’s Parade led by Kids’ Orchestra.
Melissa Flournoy and Scott Wilfong
Melissa Flournoy was the previous Director of Planned Parenthood and Scott Wilfong is a Republican political consultant. They discuss Donald Trump's comments about abortion earlier this week.
During the last twenty-five years we have seen a disturbing “opportunity gap” emerge. Americans have always believed in equality of opportunity, the idea that all kids, regardless of their family background, should have a decent chance to improve their lot in life. Author Robert Putnam explains this gap with Jim and talks about how he addresses it in his book and how Americans can fix this.