Lamar White

State Senator John Milkovich of Shreveport comments on the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller, former FBI director and decorated Vietnam veteran. Milkovich has recently published “Robert Mueller, Errand Boy for the New World Order.” The lawmaker and attorney, who is a Democrat, is often at odds with positions of his political party. Also, Lamar White of the Bayou Brief on the votes by Senators Cassidy and Kennedy of Louisiana in favor of Brett Kavanaugh for the U.S. Supreme Court. Ian Birnie of the Louisiana International Film Festival on tomorrow night’s debut of THE HATE U GIVE at Perkins Rowe Baseball writer and sabermetric pioneer Rob Neyer talks about his new book “Power Ball, Anatomy of a Modern Baseball Game.” 

WVLA anchor Jeanne Burns talks about her nearly quarter century ride on the air in Baton Rouge and looks at how the city is evolving. Lamar White of the Bayou Brief opines on the possibility of Mitch Landrieu running for president and  on secret tapes revealing a schism between President Lyndon Johnson and former Louisiana U.S. Senator Russell Long. Veteran actress Nancy Litton of Baton Rouge on her current production: “Bloomsday.”

Senior Policy Analyst Scott Lincicome on his group Republicans Fighting Tariffs.  Lamar White of The Bayou Brief on Governor John Bel Edwards quest for re-election. Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser offers a plan to return to old-style politics and have candidates for state office run on a ticket. Musician Kenny Bill Stinson, a north Louisiana native, on his career as an artist mixing country music with the blues.

Democrat Lamar White and Republican Darrell Glasper (pictured) exchange views on President Trump and Governor Edwards as the special legislative session enters its final week.

Capitol Bureau chief Mark Ballard of The Advocate on the action in House committees Thursday to address the fiscal cliff.



GOP Political Consultant Scott Wilfong and Democratic blogger Lamar White of The Bayou Brief on the challenges of President Trump and Governor Edwards. Advocate Capitol Bureau Chief Mark Ballard on an eventful week for the regular session.

Blogger Lamar White from the left and Political Consultant Scott Wilfong from the right comment on President Trump’s first State of the Union address.

Writer Michael Lennon on the 95th anniversary of the birth of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Norman Mailer and his Wikes University colleague Jeff Talarigo on his work, “in the Cemetery of the Orange Trees.”

Ara Rubyan, Director of the Jewish Film Festival, discusses this week’s event at the Manship Theatre.

Democratic blogger and journalist, Lamar White of Bayou Brief squares off with Republican consultant Ali Akbar, Chairman of the Louisiana Young GOP Federation, on Louisiana politics with Governor Edwards seeking re-election next year and President Trump’s declining approval ratings in Louisiana. The latest survey from Southern Media and Opinion Research has the president at 48 percent approval in Louisiana, down from the 58 percent he received in Louisiana in the 2016 election.

  We will open today’s show with Will Sutton, Director of Communication at Grambling State University. Sutton will comment on the shooting deaths of two students overnight on campus. Dr. Laura Cassidy, wife of U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, on her school for dyslexic children in Baton Rouge, The Key Academy. Blogger Lamar White of Bayou Brief and Dan Fagan, columnist for the Advocate and former reporter for WAFB, on violence in Baton Rouge and New Orleans and the issue of race in our culture.