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September 18, 2019


Down here in the Bayou State, the election for major offices as well as the legislature and local offices is only a few weeks away. So how do we sum up what people are thinking? BORING! Very little interest, and it’s just quite surprising. After all, voters all over the country are quite mad about their elected officials, and politics in general. I write about this general malaise of little voter interest in my home state in this week’s column. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

New Orleans vs. the referees is still the N.F.L.’s most intense rivalry

 After the debacle of last season’s N.F.C. championship game, you would think officials would be bending over backward to not have a huge missed call go against New Orleans. But in the first half of the much-hyped rematch between the Saints and Rams, Jared Goff fumbled the ball to Cameron Jordan of the Saints, who had a clear path to the end zone for what would have been a game-changing 87-yard touchdown. Not so fast. The play was incorrectly blown dead as an incomplete pass, so New Orleans could not advance the ball. The referees just blew another call…again!

Is Your Dog a Democrat?

If you come to my website regularly, you know I make fun of both political parties. That’s one of the advantages of being a registered independent. You can be a bit sarcastic on either side. Here’s a good rant for the Republicans. New song out by country singer Brian Lewis titled “I thank my Dog’s a Democrat.”  Take a look and listen and you will smile a bit.

September 11, 2019


The Louisiana Democratic Party is upset with Republican Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin saying that “Louisiana is one of the most vulnerable states for election interference in the nation.” Any truth to such charges? I happen to know a good bit about the elections process because I served as Louisiana Secretary of State through the 1980s. In this week’s column, I take a look at the concerns expressed by the Democrats and you can read what I think. Also, you might enjoy a little history about election fraud in years past. You can read my column now about going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.

September 4, 2019


State wide elections in Louisiana are just around the corner, and it is an exciting time for political watchers to see the candidates pressing the flesh and attending so many public events throughout the state. Or are they? It’s a sad state of affairs that retail politics have been cast aside by the candidates, particularly at the state-wide level. It used to be that you could not attend any public gathering without being besieged by those who seek public office. But no more. What happened to retail politics? I write about it in this week’s column. You can read it now bye going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.

August 28, 2019


What’s all this talk about America buying the country of Greenland? After all, it’s stuck way up there in the northern corner of the world, and not really worth anything is it? Surprisingly, yes, and it’s certainly in the interest of United States to acquire Greenland if possible. America has acquired land from many other countries throughout the nation’s history. Should we stop now? I take a look at the President’s suggestion of buying Greenland 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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