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May 18, 2016



Voters think their congressman is completely out of touch, and congress has a lower favorability rating than does polygamy. Members of congress rant and rave about the cesspool mentality in Washington, then jump right into the mix and make it a hot tub. What should congress do to regain some semblance of respect and voter confidence? Come back home I say. Check out my new column now posed. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Program!


Weekend Radio Show Schedule to be posted Thursday afternoon.

Campbell Brown to the Next President: Reform the Education

“Without question, to me, the issue is education,” says daughter Campbell Brown in the video above. “Two out of three eighth graders in this country cannot read or do math at grade level. We are not preparing our kids for what the future holds.”

In the latest installment in a new weekly series from Slate, 92Y, and New America, we hear from Campbell—a former NBC News and CNN anchor, and co-founder of the education news site, The 74—who offers her advice for the next president of the United States. Each Monday this election season, she will publish a short video in which a policy maker, writer, or thinker gives the next commander in chief their best ideas for how to handle the highest office in the land. You can follow her at

Familiar Evil Wins First Place for True Crime

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Familiar Evil, by Louisiana author Rannah Gray and published by The Lisburn Press, has won top honors in the 2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards, or IPPY Awards, presented this year in Chicago. Familiar Evil was awarded the Gold Medal for first place in the True Crime category. The IPPY Awards are the world’s largest international book awards competition.

Familiar Evil is the chilling true story of the international search that exposed the dark past of television personality Scott Rogers. Mary Jane Marcantel, a key figure in the investigation, and the British survivor known as Ethan collaborated with Gray on the book.  The 20th anniversary IPPY Awards ceremony was held at the top of the Sears Tower overlooking the city of Chicago on the eve of Book Expo America, the leading book and author event for the North American book industry. Familiar Evil was featured in the New Title Showcase at the expo which was held this year in Chicago’s McCormick Place convention center.

Familiar Evil is available nationally for sale through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million and at the book’s official website:  It is also available in all eBook formats in the US and the UK through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iBooks by Apple.  A portion of the proceeds from the sale of Familiar Evil are donated
to programs that benefit survivors of child sex abuse.

May 13, 2016



Are we supposed to be politically correct about everything we do? Some people think so. Well there are issues involving race, gays, transgenders, praying in public, and even who can or cannot bake a cake. Everything we do these days has a “politically correct” connotation attached to it. Have we gone to far in America, or is there some middle ground to allow freedom of expression without offending others? Check out my new column to see what I think and to decide if you agree. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

New Radio Listeners!


Great news on the radio front. I am pleased to have a new station that will begin carrying the Jim Brown “Common Sense” program beginning this weekend. We will welcome listeners hearing our program on WBCR 1470am in Alcoa, TN. Alcoa is part of the greater Knoxville metropolitan area, so the station will give our show a growing number of listeners. Hats off and a Shout Out to station general manager Harry Gotham for choosing our program.

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