WWL First News with Tommy Tucker
WWL First News with Tommy Tucker
12/9 9am Bob Mitchell, Saints win out
The Saints have to win out and hope for some luck to make the playoffs. Can they do it? Will they do it? Have you given up on the season? When it comes to next year…does the team need a major shakeup or a minor tune-up? Bob speaks to Saints Sideline Reporter, WWL Sports Director, Kristian Garic.
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12/9 8am Bob Mitchell, burning our flag
Two American flags were burned at gyms on the Pearl Harbor anniversary in California. If you are current or past military, do you feel disrespected by the burning of our flag or do you feel you fought for the right for people to do so? Bob Mitchell takes your calls.
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12/9 7am Bob Mitchell, Will Smith's killer wants mistrial
After several days of testimony in the Will Smith case, have you learned anything that changed your opinion about who was right or wrong? We speak to WWL Legal Analyst and Loyola Law Professor, Dane Ciolino in what could justify a mistrial.
dipping. But. We can't be taken banjo like we have and the Middle East . And elsewhere sell off you know when it came to Syria drawn on line and our goal on that. And thought we
12/9 6am Bob Mitchell, Trump appointees
President-elect Donald Trump selected retired Marine Gen. John F. Kelly as Secretary of Homeland Security, recruiting a 3rd former member of the military’s brass to serve at the highest levels of his administration. Is it a good idea to view problems in the world through military eyes? Guest Host Bob Mitchell speaks to Major Mike Lyons, CBS Military Analyst, on his thoughts.
to. US government. So of course people do that. When he was running for president well what people know equity. But I'm sure people knew that Donald was a businessman than a million. They have thought through
12/8 7am Tommy, what is President- Elect Trump up to?
President- Elect Trump has met with his third General. Is this too much of a military presence influencing the President-elect Trump? And is David Petraeus the right choice for Secretary of State? Tommy speaks to Colonel Jeff McCauseland, CBS Military Analyst, about Trump's most recent dealings.
in your face style and how they worked to. Would you dress General Petraeus is senators say it was classified information. Lou Lou of course two of them David Petraeus report but thirty years. If they lose their own visual and made some terrible mistake. I think it is. Very very professionally.
12/8 6am Tommy talks "Stand your ground"
Overall…are Stand Your Ground laws a plus or a minus? Sheriff Newell Normand says Louisiana’s Stand Your Ground looms over this case. Do you think Stand Your Ground laws just protect people defending themselves, or do they lead to unnecessary violence? We speak to Professor of Law at Loyola, Dane Ciolino and Caroline Light, Professor at Harvard, author of “Stand Your Ground: A History of America's Love Affair with Lethal Self-Defense”.
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12/8 8:15am Mayor Landrieu needs millage to settle up with firemen
Why should voters approve a millage for the Sewerage and Water Board? Tommy Tucker was joined by Honorable Mayor Mitchell Landrieu to talk Sewerage & Water Board millage, NOFD pension settlement and low barrier shelters.
In the forward so that it's going to be around to Yucca fire fighters and and that's Tennessee's. Attacked the city hundreds of millions dollars in the future. So that's why we agreed to pay dispute
12-7 9:45am Tommy, 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor
Tommy talks to Rob Citino, a Senior Historian at the National World War II Musuem, about the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
as Franklin Delano Roosevelt said to the nation after the attack. On Pearl Harbor was announced doctor Robb's Tina Jones is right now senior historian. At the national World War II museum good morning dot. Thank you for taking the time you know you busier over there a lot of things coming up we'll talk about it in the second that. You know for a generation that. Today and this is just a distant memory could could you in some way. And maybe compare and contrast and final governor tears explain in terms of military strategy. How big of a blow this wasn't a big of a deal the attack on Pearl Harbor was. Absolutely you never want illusion navy in the opening minutes or practically whatever in the United States in December 1941. Yeah I think for a contemporary generations you know probably the only analogue we can come up with the only similar that we can come up with a 9/11 and what they. What they share all the immediate is that sense of being a ball out of the blue one minute your your teacher kind of stared out the window. In a relaxed mood in the back management clobbered over the back. And that's what happened in 1941. War torn AB Pearl Harbor and that's what happened of course took to New York City in it's been 9/11 at 2001. And and that really links
would be able to respond. Like they did. Then to two of Pearl Harbor type of thing. Good question and so it will say that the World War II generation greatest. That for Tom brokaw's book and it's widely quoted. And we ask questions that what that generation could. 9/11 the
our president and CEO. And knoller. He's leading a tour of of Pearl Harbor and go to sort by to Hawaiian Islands that. That group today is at the official commemoration Pearl Harbor you'll hear. In on a lot like here at the museum we we just have 11 hit after the other coming up in the course of the day. A commemoration ceremony. Between 11 AM on June. A panel of Pearl Harbor survivors. And also the lead the Pearl Harbor survivors. Through 3330 and by any tonight what ought Ian Cole recognize or via the battle for Pearl Harbor . While you chances in Iraq with Pearl Harbor survivors are hard. Gaining. Slimmer and swimmers a year is not lies so. That's a T thirty today ranked. Yes I. I'm you know I'm honored humbled albeit moderating that destruction but you know not a group that you'd join a group you know the great I'm pretty happy to strip joint. Yet who have been there live with a family member who was there. Right thank you so I appreciate your time I really do. A gay have a good damn I think we all owe it to the veterans have made such sacrifice to visit that World War II museum early do.
12-7 8am Tommy, was there a rush to judgement in Ronald Gasser case?
Was there a rush to judgement in Ronald Gasser case? Do we have a problem with rhetoric in this country? Tommy takes your calls and talks to listeners.
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12-7 7am Tommy, does society rush to judgement?
Tommy talks to Bishop J.D. Wiley of the Life Center Cathedral on the Westbank about Ronald Gasser being arrested for manslaughter and the letting the justice system run its course.
way from gassing on a trial Lee. It's gonna go before a grand jury in the other thing I was gonna say is that. I don't quite know the differences and along between manslaughter. There's one