Louisiana native and GOP activist Charlie Davis talks about the upcoming Republican Leadership Conference coming to New Orleans next weekend. He also talks about how Louisiana transitioned from a blue state to a red state, as well as Jindal's chances of becoming president in the next election.
Louisiana State Treasurer John Kennedy talks about Governor Jindal's recent decision to further cut funding to higher education in the state.
Also, Baton Rouge native and singer/songwriter Casey Kelly joins Jim in the studio to discuss his long career which began with his first song in the fourth grade and continued all the way through to writing hits for George Strait. He also brings his guitar with him and preforms his hit song "The Cowboy Rides Away."
Today on the show, Visit Baton Rouge Executive Vice President Renée Areng talks about the city's tourism and the huge events coming like the Miss USA Pageant and Bayou Country Superfest.
State Treasurer John Kennedy calls in with his concerns about the fact that Governor Bobby Jindal's financing plan to privatize state-owned hospitals has been rejected by the federal government. Kennedy is also on a mission to get people on board to support a bill that would cut the number of consulting contracts in Louisiana.
Timothy Muffitt brings in violinist Yi-Jia Susanne Hou who will perform during the Baton Rouge Symphony's Thursday concert. We also get an amazing sample of Hou's playing in-studio. Muffitt says they'll be using Twitter to express what is happening during the show. You can follow on Twitter: @BRSymphony or by using the hashtag #brsoravel.