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January 22, 2023


It was 60 years ago, yet the speculation of who actually killed former President John F Kennedy continues to be discussed. Was there more than one shooter? When did the plot begin?  Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone? Or was there an actual conspiracy. I have my own theory, and I write about it in this week’s column. In fact, I almost got to the bottom of it; well, at least from my perspective. And by the way, above is a picture of Kennedy rarely seen wearing a hat, and that’s former Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards to his right.You can read all my thoughts in my new column now posted. Go to the Red Flashing Box above or Click On Here.

Oh, and here is an afterthought. In the Oliver Stone movie, JFK, District attorney Jim Garrison is played by Kevin Costner. I had a chance to talk to Koster about his role a few years back as you can see below.

FBI Continues to Be Under Attack!

It would seem that the attacks and criticisms of the FBI never cease. A week does not go by when we don’t see more news articles plummeting the reputation and the confidence of what is supposed to be the nations premier, law-enforcement agency. How wrong this is proven to be.  Check out the various articles below to get a  perspective of how bad things are for the FBI. Click on  the article title to read it.

The FBI’s Attacks on MLK, Jr. Are Helpful Reminders for Today

Did J. Edgar Hoover Order the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr

The FBI and Attacks on Personal Liberty



January 15, 2023


Are you sure what you are saying passes the politically correct test? In this day and age, you never know. Things I’ve been saying and writing for years, to some, just does not cut it in today’s world.  But you know what? I’m just too old, or perhaps too bullheaded to change, and I don’t mind using phrases and words that I have been putting in columns for many years. That’s just the way I think but others may disagree. Look over my new column and see if you and I are on the same wavelength. To read it, click on the Red Flashing Box above or Click Here.


Remember the scene in Pretty Woman when Richard Gere tells Julia Roberts “People’s reactions to opera the first time they see it is very dramatic. They either love it or they hate it. If they love it, they will always love it. If they don’t, they may learn to appreciate it – but it will never become part of their soul.”

I’m not sure that opera is a part of my soul, but I really enjoy my few favorites.  The Metropolitan Opera in New York broadcasts regular Saturday afternoon performances. For a number of years, I would go back to my clothes closet (we have a crowded household), curl up with some blankets on the floor, and listen to that week’s performance while dozing off and on. If I had to choose, I love listening to Verdi’s La Traviata, but Puccini’s Madame Butterfly would be my favorite. In Act Two, Butterfly sings what to me is the most beautiful aria in all opera, “Un bel dì.”  You can listen below.


Don’t Trust the Government with Your Privacy, Property or Your Freedoms!

The Rutherford Institutes hit  right at home today with his column about overreach, particularly on the part of the Justice Department, and the FBI.  His  column points out that there are continuing violations of the US Constitution by a number of government agencies. Little by little, your basic constitutional rights are being stripped away. To read all of John’s article, Click Here.

January 8, 2023


Just when you thought the property insurance in Louisiana, could not get me worse, surprise, surprise, surprise. It does. Not just by a little bit. Can you believe that the state run company in Louisiana has increased their race by as much as 83% in New Orleans?  Is there anything that can be done about it? Yes, but it’s going to take some backbone of the part of the legislature in the insurance department. Florida’s legislature just passed major reforms. So what can be done in Louisiana? Check out my new column right talk about this exasperating problem. You can read it now by going to the Red Flashing Box above or by Clicking Here.

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