Louisiana Voice Publisher Tom Aswell discusses his latest book: “Louisiana’s Rogue Sheriff’s, A Culture of Corruption.” Director of Minority Outreach for the Louisiana GOP Elbert Guillory, former Louisiana Senator, assesses damage done to his mission by President Trump’s racist tweets about four U.S. Congresswomen.
Also, Congressman Garret Graves comments on why he voted against condemning the president’s remarks.
Democrat Dayne Sherman, author professor and blogger, and Republican Elbert Guillory, former state senator, spar over the governor’s election and the state of the nation under President Trump, who hosted a military style exhibition yesterday in the nation’s capital. Journalist Meredith May details an extraordinary story of a girl, her grandfather and one of nature’s most mysterious and beguiling creatures, the honeybee. May’s book is “The Honey Bus.”
Former Louisiana lawmaker Elbert Guillory, an Opelousas lawyer and head of Minority Outreach for the State GOP, talks about the three church fires at historically black churches in his parish of St. Landry, assesses the comeback of Tiger Woods and the prospect for re-election of Gov. John Bel Edwards and President Donald Trump. Ameen Walker of First Financial Tax and Accounting Services surveys the winners and losers at the tax deadline under the tax reform measure signed by President Trump.
Former State Senator Elbert Guillory, Director of Outreach for the Louisiana GOP, and Lamar White, Publisher of the Bayou Brief exchange views on Blackface in Louisiana, the border wall, President Trump and Gov. John Bel Edwards. Architects Chris and Trula Remson of Baton Rouge talk about some of their projects, including the BR High School renovation and addition, the Knock Knock Children’s Museum and The Advocate Building.