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August 25, 2016



So now the recovery begins down in the Bayou State. The rest of the nation has moved on, and most folks outside of Louisiana think that waters have all drifted away and life is back to normal. But we down here know different. Hundred thousand homes seriously impacted, and it will take months and years to fully cleanup and rehabilitate. It’s been a rough month for Louisiana, with police shootings and flood devastation. Not the Apocalypse, but some major concerns down here. I wrote about in in my new column this week. You can read it now by clicking on the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Schedule


Weekend radio is close at hand with a jam-packed show that includes a number of guests, updates from the presidential race, and recovery from the recent massive flood in the deep South. Our guests include Prof. Josh Blackman discussing his new book” Unraveled,” about Obamacare, religious liberty, and executive power. (See more here). Then Washington lobbyist Mike MacLeod will talk about his thoughts on ”The Death of Civility and Common Sense.” (See more here). And finally, attorney Peter Baskin will talk about not being a victim of deceptive police tactics, and his new book “A Toast to Silence.” (See more here.) Check local listings for times and stations. See you on the radio.

Cleaning Up After the Flood!


Many of our listeners and viewers around the country know we had problems down here in the Bayou State with all the heavy rains, but figure that life is gotten back to normal. That’s far from the case. Over 100,000 homes have been severely damaged, and there will be many folks who will be living in shelters and making other living arrangements for months and even years to come. There’s a huge volunteer effort going on, and it is quite gratifying to see the number of people coming into volunteer from all over America. Below is a picture of some of the out of state state helpers who came to Baton Rouge. We’re working at a Salvation Army shelter taking in every kind of donation you can think about. So the recovery goes on, and we will stay with this. Thanks your support and prayers.

August 17, 2016



It started to rain in Baton Rouge and South Louisiana, and seemed to never stop. A downpour for 10 days straight. And then the flooding began. Now we are used to lots of rain and river flooding in this part of the country. But not a day in, day out deluge of water. The canals and small streams backed up and overflowed into subdivisions flooding thousands of home and vehicles. It will take years to clean up and repair. Randy Newman’s song below just might be on target. Are they tryin’ to wash us away? See my thoughts in my new column now posted. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Schedule!


Our Radio Weekend is just around the corner and we have so much to share with the rest of the nation. More bad luck in my part of the country. Police officers killed just a few weeks ago, and now torrential flooding has wiped out thousands of home in the Baton Rouge area. We will up date. Then Jackson Katz will discuss his new book, “Man Enough?(See Here.) The gender role in presidential politics. (See Here.) And author Dan Meyer writes about absolute power in politics in his book, “Upside Down.” (See Here) Finally, Dr. Stephen Sinatra will help give advise on preventing heart problems. (See Here). Check local listing for times and stations. See you on the radio.

Amazing Grace!

At Carnegie Hall, gospel singer Wintley Phipps delivers perhaps the most powerful rendition of Amazing Grace ever recorded. He says, “A lot of people don’t realize that just about all Negro spirituals are written on the black notes of the piano. Probably the most famous on this slave scale was written by John Newton, who used to be the captain of a slave ship, and many believe he heard this melody that sounds very much like a West African sorrow chant. And it has a haunting, haunting plaintive quality to it that reaches past your arrogance, past your pride, and it speaks to that part of you that’s in bondage.

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