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June 9, 2021


Eating good food is way of life down in the deepest of the deep southern states-my home Louisiana. And if you follow Louisiana cooking, you will find that we eat just about everything. And make it taste pretty good while we’re at it.  Now most everyone has heard about the fact that we eat alligator and frog legs. But how about some of the more exotic dishes? Can you say raccoon? That’s right!  Oh I know some people think and wonder how good a raccoon could taste that good. You might be surprised. Take a look at my new column now posted. You’ll learn a little bit more about the Louisiana way of life. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above her by Clicking Here.

The Good Life!

Hangin’ out at the Mast General Store in Valle Crusis, North Carolina. 70 degrees here in the Blue Ridge Mountains. How about that? have no worries. The staff The Lisburn Press is moving forward and publishing a number of new books, and we will keep you posted.  In the meantime, I’m just gonna sit back in my rocking chair and enjoy the views of the good weather.

June 2, 2021

Remembering Those Who Defended our Freedoms!

Memorial day is very special time. I’m not referring to the three day holiday, or the beginning of summer. No, I’m suggesting a special day because it’s supposed to be a time to honor those who gave their lives in the service of and defending their country. Most Americans don’t really relate anymore, unfortunately, few serve in the military today, and many do not even volunteer for their communities. I write about this misnomer in today’s column. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.

Family Reunion!

Just part of our family gathering at our recent reunion in the North Carolina mountains. Nice to get together again after Covid. We plan many more.

May 26, 2021

Prosecutor Misconduct in Louisiana!

Prosecutorial misconduct continues to be rampant, both in Louisiana and throughout the nation. Just this last week, Texas newspapers reported that Dallas prosecutor Richard Jackson has been disbarred from practicing law in Texas, in a rare example of severe punishment for misconduct in a wrongful conviction case.  There’s not much good good news about holding prosecutors accountable in Louisiana, but former federal prosecutor Sal Perricone  from New Orleans has also been disbarred.  When will judges and State Bar Associations crack down on so much deviant behavior? I write about this misconduct in my column now posted. You can read it by going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.

New Book from The Lisburn Press!

We (The Lisburn Press) have a new book out by my friend Oscar Shoenfelt, Baton Rouge attorney, about his experiences of being a sports agent. The book is off to a great start, with sports fans around the country placing an order. Oscar by the way is at Duke university, waiting to receive a new heart transplant. But he’s in good spirits, talking up a storm, and really enjoying the attention his new book has received. You can order by Clicking Here. Also available at Cottonwood Books in Baton Rouge.

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