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June 29, 2011
Thursday, June 30th, 2011 Baton Rouge, Louisiana WHAT’S HAPPENED TO FREEDOM ON THIS 4TH OF JULY? Independence Day to most Americans means a three day weekend with gatherings of family and friends, barbecues, parties, games, food, parades, baseball games and fireworks.  Traditionally, most of us know that July 4th is the recognition and celebration of...
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THE 4TH OF JULY-FREEDOM NOT HOT DOGS! Independence Day to most Americans means a three day weekend with gatherings of family and friends, barbecues, parties, games, food, parades, baseball games and fireworks.  Traditionally, most of us know that July 4th is the recognition and celebration of our country’s independence from an oppressive government.  But this...
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The Common sense radio show starts out in the month of July with an independence weekend bang, and several new stations joining our network.  New additions to the show include: WVNJ 1160 AM in New York City and Teaneck, New Jersey.  This is a large market station that has listeners throughout northern New Jersey and...
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The 4th of July means family, friends, outdoors and a good mid- summer holidays.  But it’s a so a special day to remember the freedoms that we fight to protect in this county.  Too often, our freedoms are under attack, not from abroad, but from politicians right here at home.  And like several other holidays,...
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As of this writing, my two favorite female tennis stars are soon to face each other in the Wimbledon semi finals.  I’ve had the chance to see tennis at Wimbledon for many years, going back to my days in school at Cambridge University.  I used to run track meets at Wimbledon back in the 60s. ...
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