Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser previews the Louisiana Book Festival and updates tourism numbers for 2018. Fox News personality Brian Kilmeade on the legacy of President Andrew Jackson and the seventh president’s impact on Louisiana. LSU Manship School Dean Martin Johnson and Director of the Public Policy Research Lab Michael Henderson comment on a national poll conducted by the school for the midterm elections. Ken Perrett, President of Louisiana Good Roads and Transportation Association, on Constitutional Amendment 4 to prevent state police from using transportation funding.
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.
WAFB Morning Show host and Crimestoppers reporter Matt Williams on the record number of murders in Baton Rouge this year and the start of another special session. Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser comments on the budget considerations in the special session and Senator John Kennedy’s call for Governor John Bel Edwards to resign. Allen Gannett on his book, “The Creative Curve, How to Develop the Right Idea at the Right Time.”