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August 14, 2019

BOBBY JINDAL-A POLITICAL PUNCHING BAG!

The gubernatorial election in Louisiana is only two months away, as incumbent Gov. John Bel Edwards is on the stump for second term. So is Bobby Jindal running against him? The previous two-term Republican Gov. Is being criticized every campaign stop by Gov. Edwards. You would think he was running against Jindal. But that’s not the case. Regardless, Bobby Jindal continues to be the whipping boy for Democrats. I take a look at Jindal’s career, and give you an explanation as to why. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.

And check out the Youtube voided below making  fun at Jindal’s expense.




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August 7, 2019

WHAT ARE THE ISSUES IN THIS FALL’S ELECTION?

Election season is here, with qualifications just ending. What should the candidates be talking about? The Bayou State is way behind most other states across the country in many surveys that rank education, economic development, health and overall quality of life.  Does any candidate, from governor on down to the local level, really offer any specifics towards a master plan for the state?  How do we get out of the rut we are in? Or do we just continue to jump from one crisis after the other, with no vision about a solid future for the state?  I write about this dilemma in my new column now posted. You can read it but going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.




Baton Rouge Crime Novel on TV!

My good friend Rannah Gray has written a best selling true crime novel, Familiar Evil, and it is being used as the basis for a TV series.  It airs on August 22nd on the Investigation Discovery Network, at 9:00 pm central time.  You don’t want to miss it.  Check out your local listings for your local channel of the Investigation Discovery Network.




July 31, 2019

EARNING BIG BUCKS IN STATE GOVERNMENT!

A lot of people complain about their elected officials and feel they need better results when it comes to governing on a local, state, or national level. But how do you determine performance? In the private sector, if you invest in a company and don’t like what the leadership is doing, you can all ways sell your stock or pull out of your investment. But what about the public sector? Is there a way to gauge how effective our public officials are doing in their jobs? And then pay them accordingly? I think so, and I talk about it in this week’s column. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.




July 24, 2019

BUT WHAT ABOUT THE TABASCO SAUCE?

There is nothing tastier and greater varieties of seafood than what we have here on the Gulf Coast. I was anxious to try lobster, clams and other delicacies when I was up in Maine visiting my two oldest grandsons recently. Lobsters were tasty, but unfortunately, our friends on the East Coast know very little about seasoning. You’ve just got to have the Tabasco sauce, don’t you? I write about my experience with Tabasco in this week’s column. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.




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