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September 2, 2015



 The results are in for 2015, and it comes as no surprise that Louisiana continues to lead the nation in having the highest automobile insurance rates. A new study, just released by the Bankrate Group “ranked all 50 States according to a number of factors that determined where it’s the worst state to drive a car.” The analysis concluded that Louisiana is the worst state for drivers due “in large part because of the nation’s highest car insurance costs and above average fatal crash rate.”  Check out my thoughts as to why in my new column now posted. You can read it by going to the Flashing Red Box above, or by Clicking Here.

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Surfin’ or Immigrating to the USA!

Well whether you are a Donald Trump fan or not, you have to admit that he sure has brought the question of illegal immigration to the forefront. Most Republicans and Democrats alike don’t seem to want to touch the issue with a 10-foot pole. Here’s an amusing look at the thousand’s of immigrants who continually push their attempt of coming to the USA illegally.

Showing a Little Concern!

It’s amazing what just a little kindness can do. It can be infectious, and spread, and I hope we all agree that the world could use a good bit more concern for those around us. “ The only real measure of the stature of a life is it’s positive impact upon others.” Jackie Robinson If you want to get more out of life, you have to give more to life.  Take a look at the TV spot below. Yes, it’s for an insurance company, but the substance of the spot itself still makes sense. Take a look.

August 26, 2015


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Just as most Americans remember where they were on 9/11, those of us living on the Gulf Coast remember well the fear and concern that enveloped our region ten years ago this week. A lady named Katrina changed many of our lives. In looking back, many Louisianans felt that maybe New Orleans really was a city that care forgot, and the whole Gulf Coast was thrown in for good measure. This human tragedy has haunted the Bayou State over the past decade as even today the rebuilding effort continues.  Check out my new column about this terrible tragedy.  You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.


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