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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 !

July 4, 2018


Whoever the President selects to be the next US Supreme Court nominee, you can place your bets that no one from Louisiana or on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals will be given any consideration whatsoever. Judges on the Fifth Circuit regularly get into verbal altercations, with some being call secrecy freaks, and issuing rulings that have been called by the press as being flat out American. The whole bunch on the Fifth Circuit bench are often referred to as gray mice, and all this is explained in this week’s column. It’s a shame that in the Deep South, that overwhelmingly supported the President, offers such incompetent choices for promotion. But that’s just the way it is. You can read my comments now about going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.

Radio ProgramSchedule!

Weekend radio kicks off what’s a lively Post Independence Day program. We will talk about the changing face of America, and the continuing immigrant problem.  Also, homeless advocate Glen Dunzweiler will join us to discuss whey there are so few Asians or Hispanics who are homeless. Then Dr. Ira Williams joins us, who often calls himself the “Don Quixote” of health care reform and he’s looking for some “Sancho Panza’s” to help him! At 85 years young, he’s spent decades hounding the five Federal agencies created to solve the health care crisis.  So much to talk about, and I hope you will join us. Check local listings for times and stations. We will see you on the radio.


June 27, 2018


Early learning programs are taking place with preschoolers at ages three and four all over the country. It’s a proven fact that 90% of your brain is developed before age four. Yet Louisiana is spending a pittance on early childhood education. There are almost 140,000 kids that need such early learning, with thousands of parents holding down two jobs, or support their kids as a single parent while working. The proof is in the pudding. Early education makes a huge difference in developing later skills. Unfortunately, the legislature of Louisiana is doing very little to assist in this regard. I’ve written all about the problem in my new column now posted. You can read it by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

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