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Louisiana state politics

Author and journalist Leo Honeycutt talks with Jim about Governor Jindal's surprise at the opening of the 2013 State Legislature, and comparisons of Mr. Jindal to former Governor Edwin Edwards and others.

Jim chats with Southern University Law Center Chancellor Freddie Pitcher as the Law Center observes its 65th anniversary.

LSU-Shreveport political science professor and blogger Jeff Sadow talks with Jim about Governor Jindal's policies and his support for the Governor.

Physicist and author Leonard Mlodinow discusses his new book, "Subliminal: How Your Subconcious Mind Rules Your Behavior"


Jim talks with Avoyelles Parish District Attorney  and former state legislator Charles Riddle III about his book, "The Outhouse Report".

Musician Sunny Jane, with the group Red Baraat, who'll perform tonight at the Manship Theatre.

Dr. Sara Gottfried, discusses her new book, "the Hormone Cure".


Louisiana ACLU Executive Director Marjorie Esman talks about proposed prison sentencing reforms, for non-violent offenders,  endorsed by Governor Jindal.

Rev. Chris Andrews, with Rebuilding Together Baton Rouge, talks about volunteer charity home repair projects going on this weekend.

A visit with veteran political consultant Gus Weill.


Jim chats with state  Senator  and Senate President Pro Tem Sharon Weston Broome about the coming Legislative session.

Author Leil Lowndes on her book, "How To Create Chemistry With Anyone"

Author Marilyn Yalom, talks about her book, "How The French Invented Love"


Political blogger Tom Aswell of LouisianaVoice.com and U.L.-Lafayette Political Science Professor Pearson Cross join Jim to talk about Governor Jindal, the Spring Legislative Session and other political matters in Louisiana.

Chuck Goodwin, with the Baton Rouge Gridiron Club, talks about the 18th Annual Bayou Bash LSU recruiting day event, tomorrow at the River Center.


Jim visits with longtime capitol watcher and publisher of LAPolitics.com, John Maginnis. They discuss Governor Jindal's tax reform proposal, which would eliminate income taxes while raising sales and other taxes.

From LSU's Hilltop Arboretum, Dr. Jeff Keuhny and Peggy Coates talk about the Annual Symposium & Edible Garden Tour, happening tomorrow.

Keisha Thomas and Erica Green discuss the Annual MLK Day of Service, coming Monday in Baton Rouge.

Jim talks with talk show host, publisher, writer, former Secretary of State and former Insurance Commissioner Jim Brown.

Jim talks with longtime Louisiana politico Vincent Bruno about the departure of U.S. Attorney Jim Letten, and Carlos Marcello's influence on Louisiana politics of the past.

And, Jim chats with child prodigy Polite Stewart, who enrolled at Southern University at 12 years of age. Stewart graduates from Southern this month.


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