The president of Public Affairs Research Council opens up the show with Jim and discusses the session. Scott touches on the statement made by Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand who called House Bill 1148 “bulls***” and accused lawmakers of political pandering.
Dr. Sean Illing
Dr. Sean Illing is a writer and blogger in Baton Rouge. Illing is on the show with Jim to comment on Hillary Clinton and her use of a personal server in a report by the Inspector General.
Rev. Steve Crump
Rev. Steve Krump addresses two social issues: the Pastor Protection Act and the story of an Amite student who was not able to walk for his graduation because of his facial hair.
Businessman and realtor Darryl Gissel is running as an independent to change the stigma of Baton Rouge politicians and to get things done for the city-parish. He is now one of seven mayoral candidates in the race. He joins the show to talk about his platform and reasons behind his candidacy.
Jeremy Alford is the publisher and editor of LaPolitics.com and LaPolitics Weekly. He joins Jim on the show to remember his successor, John James Maginnis who died two years ago on this date.