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July 1, 2015


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Well, the battle lines have been drawn and the South is (again) under assault. Not just the Confederate flag, but also a whole host of what some consider “politically incorrect” symbols that have been a way of live in many parts of the country for years. What do we do about Confederate monuments, names, Dukes of Hazzard, Aunt Jemima syrup, Uncle Ben’s rice, Gone with the Wind; they all gotta go? The cultural cleansing in the Bayou state has begun. Do you agree that there is a middle round or do we rive up the controversy? Check out my new column now posted you can read it by going to the Flashing Red Box above, or by Clicking Here. And check out Wal-Mart’s dilemma with the Confederate flag below.

Weekend Radio Program Schedule!


We have a full packed 4th of July weekend program scheduled, so wherever you are, we hope you can carve out some time to listen. Will we update on the Confederate flag, Donald Trump, and much more of the ridiculous  news flooding the airwaves. Then, our first guest is James Robenalt, author of “January 1973: Watergate, Roe v. Wade, Vietnam, and the Month That Changed America Forever,” the first book to look at both (a) what really happened at the Supreme Court behind the scenes of Roe v. Wade and (b) how Roe has affected national politics ever since. You can check out the book by Clicking Here.


Then we are joined by military historian Christopher Kelly, who is the author of America Invades: How We’ve Invaded or Been Militarily Involved With Almost Every Country on Earth, which outlines American military activity around the globe from the birth of the United States—and, at times, even before—up to the present day. Learn more about the book by Clicking Here.


Finally, LISA DURDEN is an African American Pop-Culture/Political Commentator who has some strong words about the Confederate flag, Aunt Jemima, Uncle Ben, and “Gone with the Wind.” You and I will disagree on some of the things she says, but it should be interesting. So tune in for a lively “Common Sense” program. Check local listings for times and stations. See you on the radio.

Kennedy in his Prolific Words!

I often wish  President john F. Kennedy were still around.  We cold use some calm and thoughtful rhetoric in our country today, not the insidious bomb throwing we see almost daily from both political parties.  Look at his sensible words:


June 24, 2015



There is a major push to put a woman on the face of paper money. Good idea, but some current face will have to be removed. I make the argument in this week’s column that President Andrew Jackson should stay on the twenty-dollar bill. If you happen to live in Louisiana, then there is even a stronger case for Jackson’s image to stay, as he played a vital role in saving New Orleans and the Bayou State from being taken over by the British. You can read my new column now y going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Schedule!

Another fully packed radio program set for this weekend. Most listeners across the country hear the ”Common Sense” program from 9:00 am until 11:00 am on Sundays central time. But many stations delay and repeat the program, so check local listings for times and stations.  Our full  radio schedule will be posted Thursday afternoon.

Campbell Brown on Educational Reform!


Here is one of the lead stories in Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal.

“Campbell Brown to Launch Non-Profit Education News Site That Won’t Shy From Advocacy”

Daughter Campbell has kicked off a major new publication on educational reform.  To read the whole article about here efforts, Click Here.  and to read the detailed press release of Campbell’s new efforts to change the face of American education, Click Here.

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