Donna Brazile

  Louisiana native and LSU graduate Donna Brazile discusses her book detailing the Hillary Clinton campaign of 2016. Brazile will reflect on what went wrong in the final days of Secretary Clinton’s bid for the White House and will also talk about a host of prominent politicians being engulfed in sex scandals. Vastine Stabler of Swine Palace Theatre at LSU comments on “The Mountaintop.” The production, which details the final day of life for Martin Luther King, is now playing. We will visit with actors Curtis Wiley, who plays Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Sara Osi Scott, who plays the mysterious maid Camae. Gary Mossor from Blue Cross Blue Shield Louisiana on the annual enrollment deadline for Medicare. 

Political Strategist, former campaign manager for Al Gore, frequent CNN contributing commentator, and Louisiana native & LSU Grad Donna Brazile is the day's first guest. She and Jim talk about the rapidly approaching November election in the state which is shaping out to be between Sen. Mary Landrieu and Rep. Bill Cassidy;  her rise in the world of politics from a very early age; and much more.

Documentary filmmaker Andrew Vogel and Brenda Perry Dunn stop by to talk with Jim about the restoration process of Baton Rouge's Lincoln Theater. Vogel has made a documentary film about the Lincoln Theater and Dunn is the Founder & Executive Director of the Louisiana Black History Hall of Fame which owns the Lincoln Theater.

Also, Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport's Air Service Development & Marketing Manager Jim Caldwell and Administrative & Development Manager Jason Wilson drop by the studio to close out the day's show. They give us an update on the happenings of the BTR airport, including new renovations and the upcoming 9th Annual Business Opportunities Workshop this Wednesday July 30th at the Renaissance Hotel for firms seeking business opportunities at the airport.