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December 7, 2011
IN LOUISIANA, NO MORE HORSEMEAT IN MY GUMBO? This is virtually no limit on what a Louisianan will put in a gumbo.  So when one of our own politicians starts talking about banning anything we want to eat, “them’s fightin’ words.”Â  But that’s just what one on Louisiana’s U.S. senators, Mary Landrieu, wants to do. ...
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Thursday, December 8th, 2011 Baton Rouge, Louisiana  IN LOUISIANA, NO MORE HORSEMEAT IN MY GUMBO?  Louisiana has been called the culinary Mecca of America.  Folks in this part of the country can take just about anything edible and make it, not just good, but quite exceptional.  And when we say anything, we mean anything.  There...
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The Holliday season is busy for all of us, and we certainly will have a full agenda on this week’s “Common Sense” radio show.  For the rest of the year, I’ll be hosting the sow live from our flagship station, Clear Channel’s WJBO AM out of my hometown of Baton Rouge.  Christmas always gives us...
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During this special time of the year, my favorite Christmas performance is to attend a presentation of the Hallelujah Chorus. This musical tribute  is part of the Messiah, an oratorio composed by George Frideric Handel, and is one of the most popular works in the Western choral literature. The most famous movement is the “Hallelujah”...
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Fox News commentator Chris Wallace sure knows how to stir up the controversy.  I was with him at a conference in Washington in October, and he lobbed a few political grenades then. I was  glad they were not lobbed at me.  But now he’s jumped right into a football confrontation with his colleague Shep Sheppard. ...
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