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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 There are inefficiencies glory, duplicated services, out of date practices, and a major waste of money on both the state and local level.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.

The Newsroom Classics!

I have always been a big Jeff Daniels fan and as a regular viewer on his hit TV show,The News Room, where he plays TV news anchor Will McAvoy.  Below is his most recent rant on why Clinton lost the election.  Then watch the following video tat shows Daniels in his classic  interview of why American is not as great as it used to be.

May 10, 2017



It looks like, in many parts of the country, we are still fighting the Civil War. There’s a huge fight over monuments, honoring Civil War heroes that are being taken down in New Orleans. Just not politically correct. President Trump wadded in last week by wondering why the Civil War was necessary in the first place. Was the President off base in making such statements? Or can you make the case that Lincoln should have done more to stop the war in the first place? Check out my new column now posted and see what I think. You can read it now by Clicking Here. 

Radio Program Schedule!


Show schedule to be posted on Friday.

May 9, 2017

Movie on Prosecutorial Misconduct!

A documentary on Former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman details the “malicious prosecution and wrongful conviction” of Siegelman and former businessman Richard Scrushy.  It premiers in a number of theaters nationwide next week.

The documentary is titled “Atticus v. The Architect: The Political Assassination of Don Siegelman,”  It is a stunning report on major prosecutorial misconduct. It is an important film about a serious problem in the federal criminal justice (or rather injustice) system in America.  Try to see it if you can.

May 3, 2017



So do you look forward to your annual birthday? I generally do, although I wish the year would slow down as I get older. None of us are going to live forever. But like it or not, I turned 77 years old this week. So what do I make of it and how do I feel? I’m pretty candid in this week’s column about the highs and lows I’m reaching my 77th year. Take a look and see what you think. You can read it now by Clicking Here.


Radio Weekend Program Schedule!


What an amazing radio show we have lined up for you this weekend. We start off with a news update about the new healthcare bill, and all the problems it has now will have a future. And we will talk with world-renowned mentalist Jim Karol who has and remarkable gift of predicting the future. Next comes the Amazing Krestiun, who was a regular on Johnny Carson show for years, and also has a special vision about the future.

We will also talk about why it is important to buy American with James Stuber, who is written a book about the importance of buying American products. And expert dietitian Robin Plotkin will tell us about a major crisis in what our kids are eating. So tune in for a really exciting show. Check local listings for times and stations. See you on the radio.

Are you Entitled?

Below is an excellent video on the perspective of millennials in our country today. There’s a great deal of talent, but also a sense of entitlement. Here is an excerpt of Simon Sinek, a commenter on today’s younger generation from an episode of Inside Quest. It is well worth a few minutes to review. And as Simon says, put down your smart phones while you watch.

April 26, 2017



Too often, justice runs amuck and is denied in America today. One of the most grievous cases showing outright prosecutorial misconduct is centered on former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman. His supposed crime was simply raising funds to support a referendum creating a lottery with money going into public education. Virtually every neutral observer who has looked at the case, including a number of news organizations and Attorney Generals across the country, have concluded that Siegelman got railroaded. It’s a sad reflection on prosecutors who purposely prosecute innocent victims. I write about the Siegelman case in my new column now posted. You can read it by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Program Schedule!


We really have been busyWeekend radio program scheduled for our listeners.  It was billed as the “biggest tax cut in history.” Did it live up to the hype? Will it survive Congress? Does it help the average American.  Leonard Raskin is a nationally-known financial expert and the CEO of Raskin Global. He will breakdown the Trump plan and explain what it means to the average taxpayer.

Then, Dr. Robert Edmonson, a practicing Cardiovascular Disease doctor. For 23 years, who he served as Medical Director of Cardiology at Methodist Hospital of Dallas, will discuss heart health.  And finally, popular novelist Van Mayhall will discuss his new book, “7”.  So join us for a lively program. We will see you on the radio. Check local listings for times and stations.

Proud to Be and American!


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April 19, 2017




So we’ve  got this crazy guy over in North Korea who is rattling nuclear sabers and saying he is close to being able to send a missile flying and hit the United States.  What to do?  There are no easy responses.  And they were not back in 1963 during the Cuban missile crisis. I lived through that first hand in England, and recount my personal experiences of the dangers and uncertainties that possible nuclear war can bring. Check out my new column now posted. You can read it by Clicking Here.







Radio Weekend Show 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.

April 12, 2017



There is a new book on a number of best selling lists about former President Richard Nixon by author John Farrell. Nixon became the first and only president to resign from office. Those of you too young to remember the events surrounding Watergate missed one of the most riveting episodes of American history.  I met the former president on two occasions, and he really liked Louisiana.  Check out my new column about his Bayou State relationship.  You can read it now by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Update!


We will have a full program over the Easter weekend, and I certainly hope you all can listen. It’s a special time for Christians, so we will certainly talk about the meaning of Easter. It’s a chance for individual rebirth, and  I’ll have several guests who will join me to discuss. Also, we will update you on the latest world news. So Tune In for a lively show. Check local listings for times and stations. See you on the radio.

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