The gap between rich and poor in Louisiana is continuing to grow steadily, according to an analysis of the latest Census figures.
In the Bayou state, the top 20 percent made 9 times more than the bottom 20 percent in 2010. Based on that measure, the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and the Economic Policy Institute rank Louisiana as the sixth worst state for income inequality.
Jim spends the hour with political analyst Jack Germond and Tiger Rag Editor Cody Worsham, who talks about his report that current LSU football players Spencer Ware and Anthony Johnson may be linked to NCAA violations.
Baton Rouge Metro Council candidate Champagne Starr discusses undergoing gender reassignment and matters facing the Capitol City. Then, early childhood consultant Karen Ponder speaks on the importance of early childhood learning. And veteran actress Linda Evans, of Dynasty and The Big Valley, visits.
Louisiana's worst year for West Nile virus in a decade continues into the fall season. On Friday the state Department of Health and Hospitals reported 12 new West Nile virus cases, and two more West Nile-related deaths.
Republican Public Service Commission member and former Congressman Clyde Holloway and Democratic activist Dr. E. Faye Williams share their opposing viewpoints on the 2012 election and the direction the USA is headed.
Historian and author Patrick O'Donnell talks about his book "Dog Company", profiling a team of heroic U.S. Army Rangers and the D-Day invasion.