Faye Williams

Vice President of Louisiana's Family Forum Rick Edmonds stops by the studio to promote Over the Edge for Adoption Event. The event, which takes place May 9th, is designed to bring awareness of the nearly 400 adoption eligible children in the state of Louisiana.

Also, Republican Political Consultant Scott Wilfong and National Chair of the National Congress of Black Women Dr. E. Faye Williams join the show to discuss and debate sports. Topic: the recent decision by NBA Commissioner  Adam Silver to ban L.A. Clippers Owner Donald Sterling from the NBA for life, based on alleged racist remarks.


Author Diane Francis talks with Jim about her contention that the U.S. and Canada should unite.

Activist Dr. Faye Williams reflects on the life and many contributions of the late Reverend T. J. Jemison

Author Carolyn Sue Ricapito, talks about her book, "The Woman From Turnback County"


Knight Foundation President on CEO Alberto Ibarguen, former Miami Herald publisher, on the state of journalism in America.

Jim recaps the federal budget & debt ceiling showdown in Congress, the government shutdown and who were the winners and losers. Activist Faye Williams and Political Consultant Clay Young joins Jim in the discussion.


Activist Faye Williams, who was only blocks away from the DC Navy Yard massacre Monday, talks about that tragedy...and about President Obama's foreign policy pertaining to Syria. Conservative Political Consultant Scott Wilfong joins the discussion.

Baseball Legend Dr. Mike Marshall talks with Jim about the impact of pitching in the MLB.

Of Moving Colors director Garland Goodwin Wilson joins Jim to talk about "Color Me Rouge".


Dr. Faye Williams and Jim talk about fallout from the George Zimmerman verdict, and its effect on the black community.  Conservative political consultant Scott Wilfong offers his perspective on the post-trial uproar.

Author Stephanie Evanovich on her new novel, "Big Girl Panties".