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October 10, 2018


Just a few weeks until election day on November 6th. Here in Louisiana, the top of the ballot is the election for Secretary of State. This is a job I know well, having held it for eight years. So are the candidates talking about the important issues facing the next Secretary of State? So far, it looks like they are not. In my new column now posted, I list the priorities that the candidates should be talking about. There’s a lot of important issues at hand, including the type of voting machines used, voter fraud, and other aspects of the office. Take a look and see what you think. You can read my column now by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Radio Weekend Program Schedule!

Weekend radio is shaping up well, with a number of interesting topics.  Dr. Jerry Newcombe will discuss his new book, “American Amnesia,” where he comments on world affairs from a Biblical worldview.  Then, Mike “Thomas Paine” Moore has a compelling book called “ How We Dismantled the FBI in our Pajamas.”  You get the idea.  Finally, with Halloween approaching, we need to visit a Ghost Whisperer.Dr. Susan Shumsky, who has written 14 books about ghosts and the afterlife, will join us to discuss.  So be sure and tune in. Check local listings for time to stations.  See will see you on the radio.

My Thought for the Day!

Here’s a pretty darn good rule to follow.  I don’t care how busy and complicated your life gets, sometimes you just have to take a break and slow dance.  Life’s way too short, don’t you agree?

Worst or Best!

My longtime friend and former LSU basketball Coach Dale Brown is the most positive person I believe I know.  He’s always there with positive words of wisdom.  Below is a commentary he sent me recently that should be a must read for all of us.  Read on and I hope you enjoy.

Today was the absolute worst day ever

  1. And don’t try to convince me that
  2. There’s something good in every day
  3. Because, when you take a closer look,
  4. This world is a pretty evil place.
  5. Even if
  6. Some goodness does shine through once in a while
  7. Satisfaction and happiness don’t last.
  8. And it’s not true that
  9. It’s all in the mind and heart
  10. Because
  11. True happiness can be attained
  12. Only if one’s surroundings are good
  13. It’s not true that good exists
  14. I’m sure you can agree that
  15. The reality
  16. Creates
  17. My attitude
  18. It’s all beyond my control
  19. And you’ll never in a million years hear me say
  20. Today was a very good day
  21. Now read it from bottom to top — perception really is everything!

October 3, 2018


Charter schools are in the forefront of the news both here in Louisiana as well as all over the country. The U.S. 5th Circuit hit a low blow to Charters in Louisiana last week. I write about the decision in this week’s column.  There are those who want the status quo and fight efforts for parental control of these schools.  My daughter, Campbell, is leading the charge for a number of Charter Schools in New York City.  Take a look at my new column, now posted, that points out the challenges for Charters.  You can read the column by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Then you will find it’s well worth checking out Campbell’s New York speech as well as press coverage below.  You can read the New York Post coverage by Clicking Here.

October 2, 2018

Celebrating the Red Mass!

Judges and lawyers from all over Louisiana gathered at the St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans on Monday to celebrate the Red Mass, that kicks off the legal new year of court sessions. Archbishop Aymond led the service, and visited with me afterwards. He said he would pray for me, and I told him I would need a whole lot of prayers to keep me on the straight and narrow.

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