About Paul

Promoting Louisiana Music for over 40 years. Opened radio station KBON 101.1FM on May 1997 for the main purpose of being able to promote our local area, mussic & culture everyday, 24/7/365. The format "Variety with a Louisiana Flavor" was the first of it's kind in the world! Others have followed and tried to copy KBON, but KBON still and will always remain a One-Of-A-Kind radio station!!

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Here are just a few projects we the tax payers are funding… – $27 million to the country of Morocco to teach the folks over there how to make pottery. I guess the Moroccan government is not capable of pottery instruction. This con is courtesy of the U.S. Agency for International Development, which now has […]

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Wis. Education Officials Want Students to Wear ‘White Privilege’ Wristbands

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction runs several programs that heavily emphasize racial issues in public schools. Some feel that one of those programs—an Americorps operation called VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America)—may go a bit overboard by encouraging white students to wear a white wristband “as a reminder about your (white) privilege.” Geared towards […]

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SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. (AP) — The head of a Western Massachusetts charter school says a student production of a play that retells the biblical story of Genesis with gay characters will go on as planned despite objections from some who say it’s offensive to Christians. Scott Goldman of the Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Public Charter […]

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Country music singer JACK GREENE dies at age 83

(Reuters) – Country musician Jack Greene, a veteran star of the Grand Ole Opry, died of complications from Alzheimer’s disease at the age of 83, the Nashville, Tennessee, music hall said on Friday. Greene, who was best known for his smooth voice and 1966 song “There Goes My Everything,” died in his sleep at his […]

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Allergic Teen Dies After Eating Cookie

Robin Fitzpatrick never knew peanuts could kill her son. Cameron Groezinger-Fitzpatrick, 19, a college freshman who suffered from a severe nut allergy, died last Friday after eating a cookie that contained peanut oil. His friend had sworn it didn’t. “We were all so shocked, it came out of nowhere,” Fitzpatrick told ABCNews.com. “For 19 years, […]

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