Author Ron Powers joined the show to talk about his latest work, No One Cares About Crazy People. He is a New York Times best-selling author and a Pulitzer Prize winner. He is the first television critic to receive a Pulitzer Prize.
Edward Pratt is a columnist for the Advocate. He joined the show to discuss an article he wrote involving a police officer in Walker. The officer brought a noose to work as joke with a cookie attached to the noose. Pratt discusses his take on the incident and the symbolism behind the noose and cookie.
Scott Wilfong and Dayne Sherman
Scott Wilfong and Dayne Sherman return to discuss Trump's healthcare bill and the lack of votes that caused the bill to not be passed. Wilfong was in-studio to represent the Republican Party and Dayne Sherman called-in to represent the Democratic Party.