06/22 Wednesday: Invisible Influence, Coconuts in Louisiana politics, Leaders With Vision, 2nd Amendment with Pratt, "Pistol" Pete Maravich's Birthday


Jonah Berger

Jonah Berger is a marketing professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and bestselling author of Invisible Influence.  Berger talks about how outside influences play a  large role in the decisions we make; whether we realize it or not.

Elbert Guillory

Former State Senator states that he is running for Congress out of Louisiana's Fourth District this fall in a YouTube video.  In the video he states that Congress needs more officials with coconuts. Guillory joins Jim on the show to elaborate on his video statement and his plans if elected.

Jean Armstrong

President of Leaders With Vision, a catalyst to build a more informed society though civic involvement at all levels of society and government.  Armstrong promotes the Reality Check Luncheon, the 1st legislative review on June 24th at Ralph & Kacoo’s Restaurant,
6110 Bluebonnet Blvd. Baton Rouge, LA 70809.


Edward Pratt

Pratt wrote an article in The Advocate dealing with the 2nd Amendment.  Despite Pratt's sarcasm about purchasing an RPG, he feels that there should be some limit on the purchasing of weapons of mass destruction.  

Dan Borne

Dan Borné, the Public address announcer at LSU, comments on the legacy of Pete Maravich on the 69th Birthday of "Pistol" Pete.