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Brooks Elwood

LSU professor Brooks Elwood comments on new revelations about the Indian Mounds. Retired Air Force Rob Maness and Lamar White of The Bayou Brief chime in on turbulence between the U.S. and Iran.

LSU Professor and Researcher Brooks Elwood on the significance of LSU’s Indian Mounds, which are the oldest structures in the Western Hemisphere at an estimated 9,000 years. Former Louisiana Lawmakers Troy Hebert and Melissa Flournoy remember their mutual friend Kathleen Blanco and differ on the performance of President Trump. Dr. Benjamin Runkle, who was awarded a Bronze Star in Operation Iraqi Freedom, assesses the impact of America’s WWII leaders. His book is “Generals in the Making, How Marshall, Eisenhower and Their Peers Became the Commanders Who Won World War II.”

LSU Geology Department Chair Brooks Elwood and Alumni Professor of Physics Ravi Rau on the state of higher education in America. Father John Foley, leader of Christo Rey, on 35 Catholic work-study preparatory schools in the United States, including one in Baton Rouge. Mark Ballard, Capitol Bureau Chief for The Advocate, on the midterm elections 12 days before election day. Madeline Bernstein, president of the Society of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles, on her book: “Designer Dogs, Inside the Criminal Underworld of Crossbreeding.”