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December 13, 2017


Was it a sad ending for Republicans in Alabama over the loss of the U.S. Senate seat? Former Judge Roy Moore, a republican, lost what should have been a sure republican spot. But maybe it was a blessing in disguise. I explain this theory in my new column. Also, there is a special tribute to federal Judge Jim Brady, who unexpectedly passed away this week. A real loss.  You can read the column now by clicking on the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking here.

Radio Weekend Program Schedule!

Ready for weekend radio? The Alabama US Senate race, and the repeal of the net neutrality. Craig Aaron, President of the Free Press Action Fund will join us to discuss. How bad is sugar for you? Gary Taubes has written a new book called “The Case Against Sugar.” Finally it’s the Christmas season. Is there still a war against Christmas? And Renae Baker will join us to discuss. So check your local listings for times an stations. Happy holidays and see you on the radio.

Unbelievable Wild Fires!

What a tragedy taking place in California. The fifth-largest wildfire in California history expanded yesterday, ripping through dry brush atop a coastal ridge while crews struggled to keep flames from roaring down into neighborhoods amid fears of renewed winds.  This most recent fire was raced to encampment: Blaze was accidentally ignited at a homeless camp near L.A.’s most affluent homes. Look at these chilling photos below of raging fire and horses flee the flames.  How sad.

Snowing in the Crescent City!

I’ve spent a good part of my life in New Orleans, certainly the most interesting city in America. I went to Tulane Law school the 60s, practice law there in the 70s, did a week day radio show beginning in 2005, and have had an apartment there often on for the last 54 years. I don’t ever recall it snowing, outside of a slight drizzle. The picture below shows all the snow New Orleans received just a week ago. I’m really sorry I was not there to enjoy it.

December 6, 2017


We’ve heard so much about the Russians hacking elections across the US. Is it possible to tamper with our voting machines and change the outcome of who wins political offices? Many think so, and offer a variety of solutions. One suggestion is to return to paper ballots. Their argument is that you can’t fix paper. Ah ha, but they’re wrong. I talk all about it in this week’s column that is now posted. You can read it by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

Weekend Radio Schedule!

Radio weekend is close at hand, with many subjects to discuss. Professor John Quigley, a professor emeritus of international law will join us to discuss the implications of moving Israel’s embassy. And the president wants to selloff thousands of acres from our national parks. Environmentalist Andy Curry gives us his view. Finally, Investment Management Specialist Vitaliy N. Katsenelson, will tell us about the fast rise of Bit coins. So join us for lively program. Check local listings for times and stations. See you on the radio.


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