Joey talks about a tweet that President Trump sent out this morning concerning the Morning Joe Team on MSNBC, Mika Brzezinski in Particular. In that tweet, President Trump esentially called out the morning team and it was taken out of context. Once again, raising the question, should the Presisent be tweeting at all like he used to do before he was president?
Joey and Brunella talk about an article that appeared in Nola.com written by Mark Schleifstein, about a study that was done concering the climate and how it may make our state and even the country a “Poorer” and more “Unequal” Country,
Joey opens the show talking about what to expect on todays show. He will talk about the President’s tweet from this morning and how people may be overreacting to the coastal errosiion crisis saying that due to climate change we may be at risk to being a poorer country. This is from an article in NOLA.com written by Mark Schleifstein.
Joey tallks to Mr. Joe Glorioso Emergency Communications Coordinator of the Crescent City Amateur Radio Group about the ARRL Field Day tomorrow to practice emergency procedures in an event of a natural disaster such as a hurricane. It’s a chance to show what Ham Radio can do for the public in special events.
C.C.A.R.G.FIELD DAY TOMORROW
REMINDER FIELD DAY TOMORROW AT WILLIAMS BOAT LAUNCH.. SET UP WILL BE AROUND 10:30 AM
We will raffle off a Survival Kit at field day, donated by the American Red Cross. The first ticket will be FREE and additional tickets will be $1 each. Food and Drinks will be supply..
Joey opens the show with a report on Majority Whip Steve Scalise and reminding you the audience that there is a Blood drive going on today until 7 pm at Rummel High School. Joey also talks about our guest for today’s show Mr. Joe Glorioso of the Crescent City Amatueur Radio Group about the ARRL Field Day taking place tomorrow.
Joey finally gets to talk with “The Dude”, Lolly Griffin. Lolly gives his insights on the LSU Tigers and how they have done so far and what they will hopefully accomplish tomorrow when they once again meet the Oregon Beavers.
Brunella joins Joey to talk about a couple of news stories that ran yesterday on panhandling. The first story appears in the Advocate by JANET McCONNAUGHEY from the Associated Press, a judge has ruled that the Slidell panhandling law is unconstitutional, that the city shouldn’t punish people asking for help. The judge declared that panhandling is protected by the First Amendment. The ordinance that the city had in place since July of 2015 required panhandlers to get a permit good for one year before attempting to ask for money on the streets of Slidell. The permit also required the panhandlers to display the permit somewhere on their bodies.
Joey opens the show with an update on the surrounding parishes and what is still going on with them post Tropical Storm Cindy. A lot of roads are closing due to high water, and winds. Please be careful of standing water, if you cannot tell how deep it is DO NOT TRY TO DRIVE THROUGH IT!!
Joey talks to Lt. Brennan Matherne Public Information Officer of the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s office about what is going on in Lafourche Parish right now and how to keep informed during the storm or any storm for that matter.
Joey talks to Senior Staff Writer for The Houma Times and Author of The Thibodaux Massacre, John DeSantis. John talks about some of the stories making headlines in The Houma Times. One of the stories making big headlines is about The Expose Dat Case. The Houma Times can be obtained online and the public can get a yearly subscription for only 9.95 or copies can be gotten in choice locations for only .25 a copy.
Joey talks about more road closures and openings due to Tropical Storm Cindy. Joey also reminds everyone to keep informed by going to the websites of the parish you live in and that you can also get info by registering for mobile updates.