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December 7, 2016



Louisiana folks are so laid back and easy  going. Well, most of the time. But not when they are driving. Speeding, road rage, drunk driving and failure to obey a police driver combine to make Bayou State drivers the worst in the nation. That’s what the national surveys say. Do you agree and what can be done about it? I have a few ideas that you can check out in my new column. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

December 6, 2016

Common Sense Radio!


I’ll be out of the state this Sunday visit my youngest daughter up in Hood River, Oregon.  Listeners up ion the far northwest can hear our weekly syndicated program on KDBD radio, 97.6 FM through a strong signal out of Forks, Washington.  Leo Honeycutt, a regular on my show, will fill in this week as guest host.  So be sure and tune in.  Check local listings for times and stations to hear Jim Brown’s Common Sense.  See you on the radio.

New Book Publication!


Our book publication company, The Lisburn Press, has a new title out that is creating a great deal of excitement down in this part of the country. The book is called “Long Shot,” by authors Jeremy Alford and Tyler Bridges. It is the compelling story of Louisiana’s recent governor’s race, where an unknown Democrat came out of nowhere to win the election. The book is off to a great start in sales, and we hope you will take a good look at it. Order information can be found by Clicking Here.

November 30, 2016



For a large numbers of Americans, New Orleans is by far their favorite city. And for good reason. When you list the very best of things to enjoy, food, entertainment, history, ambience, the Crescent City tops the list. But there’s trouble down in River city. Week after week, more killings take place. 10 people shot on Bourbon Street just last week. What’s going on down there, and what can city officials do about it? It’s a question that needs to be answered, because New Orleans needs to be known more for more just the city with the highest murder rate in America. I talk about it my new column. You can read it by Clicking on the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Schedule!


Our weekend radio program is shaping up nicely, and we will have a full agenda of issues and guests. How much hacking is going on our country? Is your computer at risk? We will talk with computer expert Sarah Granger about this. Also, can a restaurant owner decide who they servant who will not be served? What if someone comes in acting obnoxious, or dressed inappropriately? Can the owners set a policy and refuse to serve them? Lawyer James Pikl, Who specializes in business issues, will discuss with us. And finally, where are all the jobs in this country? Apparently, quite a lot are available if you’re well-trained. Employment specialist Jolene Risch will join us. So tune in for a lively show. Check listings for times and stations. See you on the radio.

November 29, 2016

Hand it to the Prez-Elect!

Whatever you might think of president to be Donald Trump, you’ve got to hand it to him as he takes on various jobs at one of his hotels. It’s certainly good public relations for the guy. Take a look below.

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