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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.



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