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March 9, 2011
A LOUISIANA GUY THEY COULD CALL MR. PRESIDENT? Here’s your question for the day!  Name a Louisiana resident who seriously considered running for President?   Here are a few hints to round out his profile.  His resume’ shows that he was well educated and intelligent, was a member of congress, was elected governor of Louisiana”¦.and is...
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Thursday, March 10, 2011 New Orleans, Louisiana A LOUISIANA GUY THEY COULD CALL MR. PRESIDENT? Here’s your question for the day!  Name a Louisiana resident who seriously considered running for President?   Here are a few hints to round out his profile.  His resume’ shows that he was well educated and intelligent, was a member of...
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During my annual baseball spring training trip to Tampa each year, I spend my mornings at the Bollettieri Institute trying to stay in good shape for a guy my age.  This is one of the premier training facilities in the country with professional athletes in a number of sports coming here to reach peak fitness. ...
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A great weekend at the Natchez Literary and Film Festival recently.  Director Carolyn Smith (pictured above), and old friend from my Ferriday days, was the Executive Director and did a first rate job.  Writers and film makers from around the country came to give advice to new authors and film makers.  Natchez is quite a...
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