Pam Bordelon

Evangelist Andrew Farley assesses the impact of prosperity theology. Farley is the author of “The Naked Gospel” and “God Without Religion.” Advocate society columnist Pam Bordelon of “Pam’s Party Line” provides a social update in Louisiana. Former Baton Rouge Constable Reggie Brown recaps his life as told in his autobiography, “My Bicycle Journey.”

Sixth District Congressional candidate Justin Dewitt talks about his race for 2018. Dewitt, a Democrat,  is challenging two-term Republican Garret Graves and is believed to be the first openly gay man to see a U.S. House in Louisiana.

Pam Bordelon of the Advocate reflects on a year of parties she covered for the state’s largest newspaper in 2017.

Award winning author and Journalism professor Alan Weisman talks with Jim about his latest book Countdown: Our Last, Best Hope for a Future on Earth? in which Weisman focuses on the drastic increase in the human population and how its affecting earth.

The Advocate columnist Pam Bordelon, of Pam's Party Line, joins Jim in the studio to chat about the Mardi Gras festivities, Louisiana's big night at the 86th annual Academy Awards, and much, much more.

Also, theater director Brian Breen and stage actors Sam Bryan and Mattie Olson stop by the studio to discuss To Kill a Mockingbird which Breen is directing at the Ascension Community Theater in Gonzales, La. The play will be showing until March 16th.