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September 20, 2017


Will the recent storms, the did so much damage in Texas and Florida, cause their insurance rates to go up? What makes the cost of insurance go up in the first place? Shouldn’t these companies be sticking back the money they’re taking in for a rainy day to pay out all the claims? And why does Florida have lower insurance rates then does Louisiana, even though much of Florida is exposed to hurricane damage? All these are questions I look into in this week’s column. You can read it now by clicking on the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

September 13, 2017


Americans are extremely protective of their rights. We don’t want government interfering in anything we do. But how about the right to determine just when you shutdown your life? That does when government steps in, and says you have no choice. Is this right? Should you have a choice? Take a look at my column this week on the right to live in the right to die. See what you think. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Program Schedule!

Weekend radio we shaping up well, and we hope you’ll join us for lively show. We will talk to former United States Sen. John Breaux about the lack of cooperation in Washington. We will also talk with Seth Siegel, an expert on water throughout the world. And Jeff Dorson joins us to talk about dealing with dealing with pets in a time crisis. So check local listings for times and stations. We will see you on the radio.

September 6, 2017


What a month for disasters. Hurricane Harvey caused great devastation in the Houston area as well as parts of Louisiana. And hurricane Irma destruction will take years to repair and recover. And it’s just not hurricanes. There’s a wave of natural disasters in the United States. Wildfires out west, tornadoes in the Panhandle, and flooding from coast-to-coast. States just can’t afford to deal with this problem by themselves. What’s the solution? I talk about it in this week’s column based on years of experience as an insurance regulator. You can read the column now by clicking on the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Radio Weekend Program Schedule!

Wow, what a Radio weekend coming up! We will be following all the natural disasters. Free hurricanes in the gulf, and wildfires raging out west. And how about the immigration fight going on in Washington? What to do with all the children of the illegal immigrants that came in to this country. We will have several guests on to discuss. Finally, there’s a new study out saying that concussions continue to be a major problem, and that experts feel your child should not play competitive sports like football until they’re 18 years old. Any truth to this? We will discuss with Concussion Expert Dr. Sally Fryer Dietz. ( So tune in for a lively program.   Check local listings for times and stations. See you on the radio.


Huge Police Overreach!

Here is an outrageous example of a police officer going completely out of the bounds of his authority. Alex Wubbels, a nurse at University Hospital in Salt Lake City, was arrested after explaining to police that she couldn’t draw a blood sample from an unconscious person. A Salt Lake City police detective asked for a blood sample. After explaining to the detective that the police needed a warrant, consent from the unconscious patient or that the patient needed to be under arrest before the blood sample could be drawn, she was arrested..  As a lawyer, I can  tell you that Salt Lake City is  going to have a heck of a lawsuit on their hands.  And for good reason.  Check out the video below.

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