Mary Patricia Wray

New Orleans singer Phillip Manuel remembers the life and accomplishments of Ellis Marsalis and Bill Withers, and talks about life in New Orleans during the COVID-19 Crisis. Political consultant Mary Patricia Wray discusses the President’s and Joe Biden’s response to coronavirus.  

Rob Shadoin and Mary Patricia Wray preview the start of the legislative session. Andy Anderson and Fred Dent break down today’s market turmoil due to the collapsing price of oil.

Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser on his trip to Canada. Mary Patricia Wray and Scott Wilfong discuss the State of the Union and more.

LSU Shreveport Political Scientist Jeffrey Sadow and Political Consultant Mary Patricia Wray weigh in on the governor’s election and President Trump’s visit to Bossier City on Thursday. Writer Robert Greene reflects on his career of penning books about strategy, power and greed.

Democrat Mary Patricia Wray and Republican Scott Wilfong square off on the governor’s election four days away from the Oct. 12 primary. Famed Sports Sociologist Harry Edwards chimes in on the wisdom of paying college athletes after the signing of bill allowing this by California Gov. Gavin Newsom. 

Pollster Bernie Pinsonat and Political Consultant Mary Patricia Wray look at the Louisiana gubernatorial primary slated five weeks from Saturday. Former MVP and two-time Cy Young winner Denny McLain reviews the world of pitching in the Major League with hurlers no longer completing games and two former Tigers dominating the mound for other teams, Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer.

Democratic political strategist Mary Patricia Wray and Republican Scott Wilfong exchange views on state and national politics. Dr. Hayim Herring discusses generational conflicts detailed in his book “Connecting Generations,” which focuses on bridging the divide between Boomers, Gen Xs and Millenials.

Political strategist Mary Patricia Wray and LSU-Shreveport Political Scientist Jeff Sadow examine the politics of the Equal Rights Amendment in the Louisiana Legislature. Last week, a Senate panel advanced the measure on a party line vote 47 years after the Louisiana Senate approved ERA on a 25-13 vote. The Louisiana House killed the measure in 1972. Dr. Fiona Citkin, a Fulbright scholar from Ukraine, reflects on immigration in America. Her book “How They Made it in America” focuses on women who immigrated from 16 different countries, including Ivana Trump from the Czech Republic

Political strategist Mary Patricia Wray and former Louisiana lawmaker Troy Hebert square off on the Mueller Report and the governor’s election six and one half months away. World renowned physician William Li comments on his latest work “Eat to Beat Disease, The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself.”

Mary Patricia Wray, the strategist who helped Gov. John Bel Edwards win the governor’s election four years ago joins Republican activist Scott Wilfong to weigh in on the 2019 governor’s election and the federal government shutdown as President Trump addresses the nation tonight. Wilfong was a Louisiana elector for Trump. Libertarian Mike Wolf, a prominent Baton Rouge lawyer, comments about the government shutdown and assesses a controversial case involving Louisiana Judge Wayne Ray Chutz. The Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal Judge has sued an ex-girlfriend, seeking the return of a $62.000 diamond ring and reimbursement of more than $30,000 in expenses. Talk Louisiana remembers Elvis Presley on the 84th anniversary of his birth.