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May 20, 2015



The election for Louisiana’s next governor is just five months away, and some say it’s too late for any new candidate to enter the field. Three Republicans and one Democrat are running. So is the race locked up? Hardly. The fastest growing group of voters in Louisiana is Independents, and a formidable name says he may well enter the race as an Independent. Can that “John Wayne Dude,” Katrina hero General Russell Honore’ have a solid chance if he enters the race? Watch the video below to see how the General takes no gruff from the press. Check out my new column and see if you agree. You can read the column now by going to the Flashing Red Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Radio Program Schedule!


We are fast approaching Weekend Radio “Common Sense” time, and, as we always try to do, we have a full-blown and interesting program scheduled. A full review of the week’s news, and several special guests. I talk a lot bout staying healthy and germ free.  When you fly, you may eat from the tray table on an airplane, but would you still do so if you knew the person sat there before had changed their baby’s diaper on it?   And would you even think about just how dirty your luggage is?  Tricia Holderman is internationally recognized as one of the leading authorities on cleaning. She can dish the dirt on where most of the germs are lurking when you fly. Her website is

 Then why so many teenage driving accidents? Proms, graduation parties – teens are gathering, partying and getting in a lot of accidents this time of year. Certified defensive driving instructor Robert Ragazzo heads up, and we will talk about this growing problem. So join us for a great program. Check local listings for times and stations.  And we welcome several new stations to our growing “Common Sense” network.

 WRMN, 1410 AM in Elgin, Illinois

KLID, 1340 AM in Poplar Bluff, Missouri

KFAR, 660 AM in Fairbanks, Alaska.

KVOC,1330 AM in Casper, Wyoming.

WMQM,1600 AM in Memphis, Tennessee

Me and David Letterman!

This week is the last for David Letterman on CBS. I’ve been a Letterman fan since his first shows on NBC Late Night, and favored Dave over Leno and all the rest. I hate to see him go off the air. But did you know that I participated in one of Dave’s early programs. Initially, his show was not aired here in my hometown of Baton Rouge. I led an effort to get the Letterman show back on , and you can watch the video below to see how successful I was. Dave comes on the air to thank me about one minute into the video below. What a treat to be talked about on the show. Take a look below.

May 13, 2015


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Louisiana’s next governor faces massive financial problems, and it only seems to get worse by the week. What to do? Where to begin to find workable solutions? I just have a few ideas that I hope you feel make some common sense. It’s time to quite just governing from crisis to crisis, and stop having to put political fingers in the leaks that seem to grow and grow. How about a Master Plan? Check out my new column now posted. You can read it by clicking on the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Radio Weekend Program Schedule!


Radio Schedule will be posted Friday Morning.

The Mayor of the French Quarter!


One of the most interesting photo galleries in New Orleans is located right in the heart of Jackson Square. The work of Louis Sahuc is featured throughout the gallery, Louis has been a photographer since 1972, and here you can buy originals and prints of his work in all sizes. His lovely art varies from pictures of New Orleans during a hard rainstorm, to St. Louis Cathedral in the fog and the people of New Orleans. Louis is a good friend and is affectionately known as the Mayor of the French Quarter. We are pictured at a recent reception in his honor at Tujague’s restaurant on Decatur Street in the Quarter. Tujague’s is the second oldest restaurant in New Orleans, and a regular stop for me. Hats off to Louis.

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