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February 20, 2019


Democratic presidential candidates are coming out of the woodwork, what’s apparently others too soon announce. Election season is here, and before you know it, presidential primaries will begin. How relevant is Louisiana in the whole process to pick a candidate? Not relevant at all. But a slight change in the law could put Louisiana in the forefront of picking the next president with all the candidates flocking to the Bayou State.  Take a look at my plan and see what you think. It’s all set out of my new column now posted. Check it out by going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Show Schedule!

We’re close at hand for weekend radio the Common Radio Show, and so much to talk about this weekend. How about the new reports of the cheating going on at Yale University and other major colleges? Educational expert David Dillard will join us to discuss. Also, have you ever thought about walking the Camino Trail in Spain? It’s a religious retreat for many devout religious pilgrims. A new movie is out and we will talk about it. Are you going to watch the Academy Awards?  The Awards show gotten to be quite boring. But we will discuss. So much else, so check your local listings for times and stations and we hopefully will see you on the radio.

Every exhibit Must be Equally Balanced?

Last Thursday, two female activists disrobed inside the Washington National Gallery of Art to protest what they say is a lack of diversity in the artists being featured. One led security on a brief chase before being subdued.  Sounds like a weak protest.  The public, I would think, decides what they will pay to see at an art gallery, a movie theater, or any other entertainment venue.  If the public wants to see art painted by gay, Ecuadorian  midgets, then such a product will draw visitors.  We do not need quotas in Art or any other exhibitions.

Another Race, Another Pile Up!

Are you a NAS Car fan? A wreck-filled running of NASCAR’s Daytona 500 in Florida last week.   There was an accident on pit road, a 21-car crash, 12 cautions and five wrecks in the final 20 laps of regulation. The race was stopped twice for cleanup totaling nearly 40 minutes in the final stretch.  Take a look at the pileup below.  I just could never get into following this sport, wee cars drive round and round endlessly,  and often have pile ups like this.  Just not my thing.  But, hey, whatever turns you on, right?

February 13, 2019


The state of Virginia is in a blackface uproar as controversy surrounds both the Governor in the Attorney General who admit to wearing blackface some 35 years ago. Does something in one’s past that happened a long time ago make them unfit to serve in public office today? There’s quite a comparison between Virginia and my home state of Louisiana. Blackface parodies have been going on here for many years. I write about the issue, the concerns, and what should be reasonable in this week’s column. Check it out to see what you think. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Program Update!

For weekend radio, we have a jam packed show plan for our listeners. What about all these tax giveaways to large corporations? Do they really make a difference? We will talk with Russell Latino, Vice President, Economic Freedom at Americans for Prosperity to gets his concerns.  And there is a lot of talking in Congress about Medicare for all. Does this make sense and can we afford it?  We will talk with Dr.David J. Barczyk about his ideas. Many other topics, so be sure and tune in. Check local listings for times in the stations. We will see you on the radio.



We Live in Different Times!

I came across an old Dean Martin tape while cleaning some book shelves.  Wow, it was really a different time back then. Entertainment was not so politically correct, and celebrities from all races openly made fun of each other and their ethnic backgrounds. If something like this were put on today, there would certainly be huge protests I put this video up to show you how we live in completely different times today. Take a look.

February 6, 2019


All over the world, we get news reports of governments barging into people’s home and arresting them in the middle the night. The Middle East, South America, the Far East, few countries seem immune from these Gestapo tactics. And certainly not America, right? Well, not so fast. We saw the jackboots in action this past week when a south Florida resident came under attack in the wee hours the morning. No due process, and certainly no justification. Is the constitution worth anything anymore?  Check out my new column now posted and see what you think.  You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.

Saints Got Robbed!

The Super Bowl was a dud of a game. BORING, including the halftime show. I wish I had gone to the French Quarter parade. Geaux Saints!

Slim Bawb in Baton Rouge!

I’ve been a Slim Bawb music fan foe years, and sure enjoyed his recent concert in Baton Rouge at the Red Dragon.  Check him out below.

New Book by The Lisburn Press

January 31, 2019


How do you put a dollar value on the worth of a public official? How about this idea. Shouldn’t receiving any salary increase be based on results?  Should time and work be the only criteria in paying public employees? Why not pay the governor and a cross section of other public officials that directly affect our lives based on a scale of how well they perform and what results they achieve? I have some interesting ideas as to how to do this.  Check out my new column now posted. You can read it by going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.

January 30, 2019

Radio Weekend Show Schedule!

It’s about time for Super Bowl weekend, and we really have a lively program shuts for the Common-Sense Radio show. In New Orleans, fans have not gotten over the no call the kept the Saints from going to the Super Bowl. But life goes on, and we will have projections about who the winner will be. Vincent Genna is a psychic who will tell us in advance who is going to win. Think he will be right?  ( Also Dr. Carol Osbourne ( will discuss how to handle pets in this freezing weather taking place all over the country. And how about Pres. Trump’s associate Roger Stone, who jackboots arrested in the middle the night? Overkill? We’ll talk about it.  So join us for a lively program. Check local listings for times and stations. We will see you on the radio.

Dedicated Worker!

Talk about a loyal and dedicated worker! An employee of Pozorski Hauling & Recycling collects trash during the snowstorm in Manitowoc, Wis. How would you like to be out working under such conditions?

January 23, 2019


We got robbed” would be an understatement on what happened in the Superdome last week. Yes, the game was taken away from us Saints fans, an outrage over the terrible non-call is rightly deserved. But should such outrage in Louisiana be limited just to football game? What about similar outrage over our quality of life, ranked the worst in the nation. Louisiana is at the low-end of the totem pole on most of the major comparisons with other states. Are we ever going to stand up and holler: “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take anymore?” Take a look at my column this week, and see what you think. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Radio Weekend Show Schedule!

A wild and woolly radio show weekend is close at hand, and we really have a duzer this week. Did the referees get bought off in the New Orleans Saints– LA Rams game? They think so in New Orleans. Also, just how bad is the government shutdown? Dr. O, our global – affairs consultant, will join us to discuss. (  And what’s all this about covering up the murals of Christopher Columbus? Has being political correctness gone too far? We will talk with Andre DiMino, Italian American One vice coalition chairman to discuss.( finally the sports princess Kate Delaney will be with us to get her thoughts on the Super Bowl that is will close at hand. So join us for a lively program. Check local listings for times and stations. We will see you on the radio.

Lunar Eclipse

This combination photo shows the totally eclipsed moon (center), and others at different stages during the total lunar eclipse, as seen in the U.S. let week.  Quite  sight if you missed it.

January 16, 2019


Great news coming out of Louisiana from the Pennington Biomedical Research Center here in Baton Rouge. Don’t worry so much about sugar anymore. The whole key to staying healthy is exercise. Or so they say. Two recent studies by the respected research Center conclude that sugar ain’t all that bad. But what may surprise you is just who paid for the study. I’ll keep you guessing. You can read all about the strange conclusions by my new column now posted. You can see it by Clicking on the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.


Weekend Radio Program Schedule

Our weekend Common Sense radio show is close at hand, and we are preparing for a lively program. How about the new commercial highlighting the #Metoo movement put on by Gillette? For against? Our friend Ryan McCormick with the Goldman and McCormick public relations firm will join us to discuss. Then we will talk about the safety of Cortisone injections for pain with pain management doctor Anna Lee. And finally, the story of a son who discovers that his father has supernatural powers with author Phillip Smith. So join us for a great scheduled program. Check local listings for times and stations. We will see you on the radio.

New Radio Station joins our Network!

We are quite pleased to welcome WWDC HD2 101.7 FM to our  lineup stations coast to coast who carry the Common Sense Radio  Network live  on Sundays from 10a-12p eastern (9a-11a central).  This is a 99 Watt station in the Washington D.C.-Silver Spring-Alexandria, MD/VA market with a combined population greater than 930,000 listeners.  Welcome Washington D.C. radio listeners.

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