Don Cazayoux

Don Cazayoux in 2008
U.S. Congress

Former U.S. Attorney and ex-Congressman Don Cazayoux comments on the Alton Sterling case. He explains how the Justice Department reviews evidence and renders a decision in cases such as the one agains the officer who shot Sterling.

Former Louisiana Congressman and U.S. Attorney Don Cazayoux is in studio this morning with Jim for the better portion of today's show. They discuss former President Bill Clinton's visit to Baton Rouge yesterday to attend a campaign rally for U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu and how much his appearance will help Landrieu in her bid for a fourth term in the U.S. Senate. Don also talks with Jim about his loyalty to the Democratic Party, even after his failed bid at a full term in Congress back in 2008 to now U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy. He and Jim as well discuss some of the issues surrounding the upcoming elections like fracking, free trade, social security, minimum wage, and others.

Also, the new LSU Dean of Libraries Stanley Wilder joins us today to talk about his recently appointed position that he's held now for almost four months. He and Jim talk about the libraries on campus, and the new Smith-Lever Act Exhibit at the famous Hill Memorial Library.

And Kirk S. Lippold, the Commander of the USS Cole, joins us in studio for the last few minutes of today's show to discuss his book Front Burner: Al Qaeda's Attack on the USS Cole. His book details the true accounts of what happened aboard the USS Cole when it was bombed by Al-Qaeda on October 12, 2000.

Today's guests include Michael Vince, Senior Scientist with the Department of Environmental Quality; Ann Shaneyfelt, Director of Louisiana's Clean Fuels Coalition; and former U.S. Representative and U.S. Attorney Don Cazayoux.