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March 25, 2015



Louisiana is scheduled to have its presidential primary on March 5th of next year, but there is one little problem. The state is broke and the Jindal administration has allocated no money for the legally required election. So what happens next? Does Governor Jindal really want a primary? And is there a way to hold an election for free and get huge national coverage in the process?  Check out my new column now posted.  You can read it by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking here.

Radio Program Weekend!


Our Weekend Radio Gala is close at hand and we hope you will join us this week for what we hope will be a lively and interesting program. Utah’s legislature has recently passed a bill reintroducing the firing squad as an alternate form of execution when lethal injection drugs are unavailable. Professor Andrew Novak is a lawyer who teaches at George Mason University and is the author of several books including “The Global Decline of the Mandatory Death Penalty.” We will discuss with him discuss the current state of the American system of death. Check out his book now by Clicking Here.


We also will have author Mark Anthony join us to discuss his new book, Evidence of Eternity. It brings spirit communication into the 21st century while reaffirming that God and heaven exist, the soul is an immortal living spirit, and that we will be reunited with our deceased loved ones. Mark introduces new and innovative terms and concepts explaining spirit communication based on science, theoretical physics, theology and evidence. Pretty heavy, right? Find out more by Clicking Here.


And, as always, we will cover the gamut of interesting, amusing and controversial news reviewing all this happened the past week. So with so much to talk about, we sure hope you will join us. Check your local listings for times and stations. We will see you on the radio.

Strawberry Festival Controversy!


If you live down our way in Louisiana, one of our favorite events is the annual strawberry festival located in the southeastern town of Hammond. There is always a poster painted to commemorate this event. This year’s poster, pictured above, is by artist Kalle Siekkinen, and has become a lightning rod of controversy. Some folks are saying that the image is derogatory to African Americans. I don’t agree, and I like the poster, and see it as a simple somewhat abstract image of two kids having fun. See what you think?

Coffee and Race Relations?


You can’t even set down at a coffee shop any more without race being a factor in starting off your morning. Starbuck’s initially announced that their employees would engage customers in discussions about race relations in America today. And yes, we need such a discussion. But over morning coffee? Starbuck’s is now postponing this new agenda a bit but CEO Howard Schultz says she is committed to kick off this new focus soon. I have visited with Schultz and believe he is genuinely committed to improving race relations in America that certainly is needed and a noble cause. He really stirred up his coffee mix, however, by bringing race into the morning brew. I’ll have a flat white,” read one cartoon, referring to an espresso drink the company has recently started serving. “No racism intended.”

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I’m pictured with Starbuck’s CEO Howard Schwartz.

March 18, 2015

Louisiana Governors Traveling Louisiana!


Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal says he is the king of governors traveling all over the Bayou State, and that no governor has crisscrossed Louisiana as much has he has. Yeah, right! In my new column, I say that Jindal has been around the state far less than any governor in recent memory. It’s part of the job for any governor to speak and relate to constituents. Jindal’s “constituency” has become the rest of the nation, and not Louisiana. Check out my column now posted. You can read it by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Schedule!


First of all,  hats off with belated St. Patrick’s Day best wishes to several of our new affiliates that include:

WRMN, 1410 AM in Elgin, Illinois

KLID, 1340 AM in Poplar Bluff, Missouri

KFAR, 660 AM in Fairbanks, Alaska.

KVOC,1330 AM in Casper, Wyoming.

WMQM,1600 AM in Memphis, Tennessee

We are approaching our “Common Sense” radio program kicking off this weekend. And we sure have a lot of ground cover. The Israeli elections, and what it means for peace in the Middle East, Immigration, stalemate in Washington DC between Republicans and Democrats, We can go on and on with no shortage of hot button issues.

Dr. Laura Cassidy, wife of U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, will join us to discuss education topics, including charter schools, and kids with dyslexia. And let’s take a look at March Basketball Madness, with EMMY award winning sports expert Kate Delaney, aka the Sports Princess, who will give you the background on this year’s NCAA Tournament. Kate is one of the first women to ever host a solo Sports Radio Talk Show in a Top 10 market – WFAN in New York City and KRLD in Dallas, Texas. She currently hosts a nationally syndicated radio show called America Tonight.


 We will also talk about all the disfunction and gridlock in the nation’s capitol.  It’s worse than ever.  You can protest by flying the flag above to clean house.  Order the flag by Clicking Here.  So be sure and tune in. Check local listings for times and stations.

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