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May 24, 2017


For over 80 years, Louisiana has been a major oil producer, and state government has been dependent on this royalty income. But has the Bayou State really received its fair share? Many people think not. In other states with lots of lots of mineral income, there is a much higher percentage of royalty payments received. Louisiana gets a pittance. How come the state has gotten such a shortage? Take a look at my new column and see what you think. Passed political mistakes have cost Louisiana taxpayers billions of dollars. You can read the column now by Clicking Here.

Radio Weekend Program Schedule!

Program Schedule to be posted Friday Morning.

Proud of Being in the Military!

Special holidays like the Memorial Day always have, for good reason, a special acknowledgement of those military service men and women who have defended our country for so many years.  There are few veterans in congress today.  Most politicians reflect the comment of former Vice President Dick Cheney, who, when asked why he did to volunteer for the military, said he had “other priorities.”  They don’t think it’s all that important to serve one’s country.  Spoken like a true chicken hawk.  I’m proud of my military service.  The Army and the National Guard for 12 years.  From time to time, I get out my old uniform (it still fits).  Take a look at the moving video below about being proud of military service.

May 17, 2017


Anyone who looks over the structure of the Louisiana government will come to one conclusion. The make up of the state, and the way it is run, hasn’t change in over 100 years. There are inefficiencies glory, duplicated services, out of date practices, and a major waste of money on both the state and local level. There’s got to be a better way to skin the cat. When the Legislature meets, consolidation seems to be almost a dirty word. What can be done about it? Take a look at my new column now posted. You can read it by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Program Schedule!

Leo Honeycutt will be filling in for  Jim this weekend. He will have a full program with current issues and his normal wacky humor, so be sure to tune in.  Check local listings for times and stations. See you on the radio.


May 16, 2017

Political Fun in New Orleans!


Popular New Orleans comedian Becky Allen joined me in  roasting politicians all over the state at a recent gathering of Politics was a Punch. The jokes were on everyone from controversial New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu right up to the governor. Lots of laughs an a good time was had by all attending.

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