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August 15, 2018


A day does not go by we don’t here political parties and political opponents calling each other liars. That certainly is true here in my home state of Louisiana. Calling someone a liar is almost a political way of life. And it’s been a lot more prevalent on the state level than on the national level, where civility used to be in place but is now gone by the wayside. In my new column, I give some creative examples of who is hollering fire fire pants on fire. You can read my new column now bye clicking on the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Schedule Update!

A big radio weekend is close at hand, and we sure have a lively program for our listeners on Sunday. Are we learning about serious problems developing with marijuana?  Dr. Antoine Kanamugire has made numerous studies, and is raising the red flag about marijuana use.  Then Dr. Steffie Woolhandler, a professor of health policy at City University in New York, will discuss why his studies show that Medicare for all will actually save money, not cost more.  This and much more on the Common Sense show. Check local listings for times and stations. We will see you on the radio.

Baseball Hall of Famers!

Now hear is a great story for you.  Old Timers still relevant.  A baseball signed by Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Ty Cobb, Cy Young, Tris Speaker, George Sisler, Walter Johnson, Connie Mack, Nap Lajoie, Eddie Collins and Pete Alexander — in 1939, at their induction ceremony into the Baseball Hall of Fame — just sold for $623,369. “That crushes the record of $345,000 for a signed baseball, set in 2013 for a Ruth-Gehrig ball.”  The only original inductee who was living at the time “who didn’t sign the ball was Lou Gehrig, who on that day was headed to the Mayo Clinic … [H]e’d been diagnosed with ALS, the disease that would end his career, take his life and unofficially bear his name.”

See these baseball greats below.  On June 12, 1939, legends line up at the first induction ceremony of the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y.  Front row, left to right: Eddie Collins, Babe Ruth, Connie Mack, Cy Young.  Rear row: Honus Wagner, Grover Cleveland Alexander, Tris Speaker, Napoleon Lajoie, George Sisler and Walter Johnson.

John Grisham on Wrongful Convictions!

Author John Grisham is one of the most compelling and popular storytellers on the planet.  His books become instant bestsellers, and if you haven’t read this author, you are missing a real treat.  He also is quite passionate, and rightly so, over the number if innocent people in America who are convicted by rogue prosecutors.  Grisham sits on the board of the Innocence Project, an organization that has cleared the names of hundreds of innocent victims of prosecutorial misconduct.  I would urge you to take the time and read his compelling comments this seek in The Wall Street Journal about misconduct by prosecutors.  You can read it now by Clicking Here.

August 8, 2018


We all recognize the free and laid back city of New Orleans as the Big Easy, or the city that care forgot. There are many good times coming out of New Orleans. But the news now is horrendous. Murder rates at all-time high, with multiple killings on regular occasions. It’s like there’s a war on terror in New Orleans itself. The Crescent City is always been one of my favorites, where I was educated, and have so many fond memories.  But parts of the city are now a warzone.  See my full analysis in my new column now posted.  You can read it buy going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Schedule!

A full agenda planned on this week’s common sense radio program. First, just what is the deep state? We hear so much about it in the news. Columnist Alex Newman will join us to discuss the theory of a shadow government in Washington.  Then author Tomeka Mark will talk about why so many Americans are turning their back on religion.  Her book is titled “Where is Christ in Christ-ians?”  And finally has the Miss America pageant become irrelevant? Former pageant contestant and humorist Jane Jenkins Herlong will discuss along with her book, “Rhinestones on My Flip-Flops.”  So tune in for a lively program. Check local listings for times and stations. We will see you on the radio.


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