Watching awards shows on television is as big a treat as having a colonoscopy without anesthesia. Well, actually, it's worse. I've never had a colonoscopy that lasted three hours. It doesn't matter if the host is affable and funny -- Billy Crystal and Johnny Carson come to mind -- or amazingly irritating like David Letterman. … Continue reading Politics not only reason for drop in Emmy Awards show viewership
It's an old story, but it just doesn't seem to go away: the federal government seems determined to interfere in almost every aspect of life and business in our country, whether it be new rules on autonomous cars or who needs to be paid for overtime. In this last respect, though, there is some good news. … Continue reading Can We Say Goodbye to Obama’s Absurd “Overtime” Rule?
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – I read Tim Imholt’s post a few days ago on this blog with great interest. I’ve done more than my fair share of “monument blogging” to the point that I’m wary of ever writing about another monument in my life, but it is a cause I think is important. Tim … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: More Monument Frenzy and Tim Imholt is Right
Henry Gondorff: If they put you on the spot, we have to fold the con The Sting 1973 We have seen plenty of posts concerning Hillary Clinton book tour like this: On September 18, Hillary Clinton will kick off the book tour for What Happened, her memoir about the 2016 presidential election, in Washington, D.C. … Continue reading Hillary’s Only Influence Left to Sell: Books for Voters Seeking Closure