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July 18, 2018


Should trials in the federal court system be televised? The courts are reluctant to open up their courtroom and let the public see what goes on. And sometimes, the way certain judges behave, you can see what they want to cover their procedures in secrecy. But shouldn’t open trials be part of the democratic process? Why is the federal courtroom so veiled in secrecy?  The US Supreme Court, who often makes laws affecting each of us, is dead set against televising their proceedings. Check out my thoughts in my new column now posted. You can read it by clicking on the Red Flashing box above, or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Schedule!

Big plans for radio weekend coming up. President Trump really upset NATO allies. Does it matter? Commentator Steve Levy joins us to discuss. We will also talk with Author Lance LoRusso about the increased confrontation between police officers and criminals on the street, along with his book “When Cops Kill.”  And political commentator Christopher Tidmore will help up analyze the Trump approach to politics.(See ) So tune in for a lively program. Check local listings for times and stations. We will see you on the radio.

A Really Special Soccer Story!

Did you watch any of the World Cup Soccer?  It’s called Football all over the world but here in the U.S.  And here’s a really special soccer story. The World Cup certainly brings out the passion in some people.  One of the most memorable stories out of this year’s games hasn’t happened on the field, however. Instead, in Colombia, Jose Richard Gallego is celebrating the best of soccer with his best friend, Cesar Daza. The catch?  Gallego is deaf and blind. Gaza learned sign language and created a unique set of gestures to communicate every football match in real time to Gallego.  See them communicating below.  What’s one of the most memorable things a friend has done for you? Roger Smith shared this story from is site, and see it by Clicking Here.

July 11, 2018


A lot of attention is focused on Brussels and Europe this week, as the President continues his criticism of the European Union for not giving more financial support to NATO. But the President does seem to maintain a close relationship with FrenchPresident Emmanuel Macron. And that’s good news for Louisiana. I write about the highs and lows of Franco-U.S. relations and the long relationship between France and Louisiana in this week’s column.  You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Update!

A lot of variety in this week’s Common Sense radio show. We will talk about the President’s Supreme Court nominee. Also, a disturbing new disease affecting children called Pans. Kids become uncontrollable, and we will talk to some experts about this serious problem.  Then why are so many musicians committing suicide?  We will discuss with Bethany Ewald Bultman Co-Founding Director of the New Orleans Musicians  Clinic & Assistance Foundation.  And Philip K. Howard, Chair of Common Good and an expert on obsolete laws will tell us about all the laws that have no  business on the books.  So join us for a lively program. Check local listings for times and stations see you on the radio.

July 10, 2018

Facing Adversity Together!

What a moving video of a wounded soldier and precious young girl named Tempy, who is such a precious child with a common sense and understanding than most people. God bless you and our Soldiers who are fighting for peace and freedom here and abroad !

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