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July 27, 2016


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Americans do a great job of honoring those who serve us so well. There was no better example of this commitment to fallen heroes then the commemoration that took place in our Baton Rouge community this week. Thousands of people turned out for the farewell and Memorial of police officer Montrell Jackson, who was killed in the line of duty protecting his fellow officers from a sniper attack. Police officers from all over America, as well as Canada, were in attendance. A bagpipe team came down with the Canadian mounted police, and a large contingent came from New York City telling me Louisiana had been there to help them after 9/11. It was a heartwarming sight to see such a tribute to this fallen hero. To read my whole observations of what took place, Click Here or go to the Red Flashing Box above.

Weekend Radio Schedule!


And there’s so much to talk about as weekend radio is close at hand. Who did better, the Republican convention or the Democratic convention? Whatever candidate you are for, who gave the better speech; Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton? We will have a panel to analyze. Then we will talk about the emerging human rights confrontations worldwide with Professor Mark Bradley, all discussed in his new book, “The World Reimagined: Americans and Human Rights in the Twentieth Century.” See more about the book HERE. And finally, we will look back at the removal of President Richard Nixon with author Len Colodny, who gives new insights into this riveting event of 45 years ago in his book, “Silent Coup.”  See the book HERE.  So tune in for a great program, and we will see you on the radio.  Check local listings for times and stations.

July 26, 2016

Educational Reform at the Convention!

Last week during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, the American Federation for Children hosted a dinner for about 250 attendees to focus on the transformative impact of school choice. The event featured Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and education reform advocate Campbell Brown, a former CNN anchor and co-founder and editor-in-chief at The 74 Million. (Also, my oldest daughter.)

“To me, this is one of the issues that unites everyone,” Campbell told “At a moment when the country is so divided, it’s nice to be surrounded by people at a place like this where everyone supports the same thing.” Take a look at some of the discussion below.

July 20, 2016



You can watch TV coverage of violence in America, but it really does not hit home like it does right in your own back yard. Last Sunday morning was surreal. Rumors spread all over the Baton Rouge community that killers were on the loose and killing police officers. Residents were told to stay inside and lock their doors. And I was broadcasting, like a play-by-play announcer covering a massacre. What’s our city and our nation coming to? I write about it in my new column and you can read it by going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Program Schedule!


Our weekend radio program will broadcast live from Jackson Square in the heart of the New Orleans French Quarter this weekend with a lively show planned. I’ll review the shootings and racial tension that has taken place in my hometown of Baton Rouge. Then author Seth Siegel will join us to discuss the nation’s water crisis outlined in his book, “Let There Be Water.” See more Here. And we had to re schedule from last week civil war writer John Huelskamp with his new book, Friends of the Wigwam; A Civil War Story. See more about the book by Clicking Here. So join us for a lively program. Check local listings for times and stations. See you on the radio. –

July 19, 2016

A Tragedy in Baton Rouge!


Corporal Montrell Jackson, with the Baton Rouge police department, was one of the victims killed while on duty Sunday. He worked extra duty at night in my subdivision,and would drop by for water or a soft drink during a break. He always had a big smile and said he was working extra duty to help raise his son. We had a nice visit just 3 days before he was killed. He was our protector and a friend to all in our neighborhood. What a tragic loss. I write about him and the other officers killed in the line of duty in this week’s column no posted above.

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