Kamara for 6 (TDs, that is!)

The New Orleans Saints took on the Minnesota Vikings in the Superdome on Christmas Day, and running back Alvin Kamara chipped in with an NFL-record-tying six rushing touchdowns in the game. That hadn't been done in over 90 years. The Saints won, 52-33, clinching the NFC South Division plus a home playoff game, and forcing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers into a road playoff. The Vikings loss was terminal for their season. [12/25/2020]

The Saints' Alvin Kamara

Kamara for 6 »

Christmas Day bombing in Nashville

A recreational vehicle unleashed a massive explosion in downtown Nashville on Christmas morning after blaring a recorded warning to evacuate, and authorities were investigating the incident as an “intentional act.” About 20 buildings were damaged, three people were injured and phone service and 911 emergency calls were disrupted when AT&T facilities were damaged. [12/25/2020]

Nashville bomb damage

Nashville bombing »

Leslie West dies

Leslie West, the mammoth guitarist whose ringing guitar tones and gravelly voice propelled the rock band Mountain, has died at 75. His death was confirmed by Dean Guitars. His family later confirmed that he died of a heart attack. [12/23/2020]

Dr. Anthony Fauci

Leslie West dies »

Data show masks are useless

Obviously, no amount of evidence, data, trends, facts, studies, or science will ever convince most ‘public health officials’ that masks aren’t doing squat to stop the spread of COVID-19. Cases and deaths continue to spike (yes, many of these are super-sensitive PCR test-driven numbers, but still) despite the fact that well over 90% of the country are complying with their absurd mandates. Yet, predictably, the virus keeps going right on virusing, as highly contagious respiratory viruses, unfortunately, tend to do, especially once cold weather hits. [12/21/2020]

Dr. Anthony Fauci

Masks useless »

News versus Opinion

This morning (12/17/2020), The Advocate ran a portion of a story from the Associated Press on its page 3. That's a news page, not an opinion page. The headline in The Advocate is “Senate hearing reiterates baseless election fraud claims.” It would seem The Advocate needs to learn the difference between news and opinion. JD explains. [12/17/2020]

Sen. Ron Johnson

News vs. Opinion »

Who’s Stealing America?

You'll need an hour and a half to fully watch this documentary. But Republican, Democrat, or Other, you should. Whether you think the recent election was fair and secure with no widespread fraud, or just the opposite, do yourself a favor and see the facts presented here. We won't label this as opinion because it is simply reporting. You can make up your own mind as to whether it's factual or not. [12/17/2020]

NTD and Epoch Times

Who's Stealing America? »

WI Supreme Court declares election screw-up

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Monday, December 15 that state and local election officials erred when they gave blanket permission allowing voters to declare themselves homebound and skip voter ID requirements in the 2020 election, potentially opening the door for Republicans to challenge tens of thousand of ballots. The ruling affects some 200,000 votes in a state Joe Biden ostensibly won by only 20,000 votes. [12/16/2020]

Wisconsin Supreme Court

WI Supreme Court »

COVID fact-check

Since Facebook fact-checked JD and branded true information as misinformation, it's time to fact-check Facebook. Most Facebook fact-checks are nothing more than its own or its allies' propaganda. There are far more COVID facts here for which most newspapers and TV news shows have insufficient room and time. And many are likely contrary to their agenda. The facts here are solidly sourced, mainly from actual scientists and doctors and not former cable TV news hacks contracted with Facebook. See what you're missing. This one is long and may take a while to read. [12/15/2020]


COVID Facts »

Charley Pride dies at age 86

Charley Pride really can Kiss an Angel Good Mornin’ now. Pride, who died on December 12 at age 86 of complications from COVID-19, was the first Black performer to achieve numerous milestones: to win entertainer of the year at the CMA Awards, to co-host that prestigious show, to win a Grammy for country music, to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. [12/14/2020]

Charey Pride

Charley Pride »

Boston medical conference a superspreader

The New York Times reports a February 2020 medical conference in Boston sponsored by Biogen appears to have been a Wunhan virus superspreader event. DNA analysis links the virus found in roughly 250,000 to 300,000 American COVID cases to this gathering of top medical professionals. According to the report, the conference attendees then carried the virus to at least six states, three different countries and the District of Columbia. [12/12/2020]


Superspreader »

Build Black Better

Just like North Korea and California, the wrong energy policies can make for a long, dark winter (spring, summer, and fall, too). But at least we'll be prepared for a climate crisis that doesn't exist. [12/09/2020]

North Korean Night

Blackouts »

SpaceX Starship goes boom

On a test flight today, SpaceX's Starship didn't exactly stick the landing. SpaceX said, “Low pressure in the fuel header tank during the landing burn led to high touchdown velocity resulting in a hard (and exciting!) landing.” [12/09/2020]


Starship explodes »

Bob Dylan sells out for $300 million

Universal Music Group announced today that it had acquired Bob Dylan's entire catalog of songs in a deal that the New York Times estimated to be worth north of $300 million. The deal includes 600-plus copyrights ranging from 1962's Blowin’ in the Wind to 1964’s The Times They Are A-Changin to this year’s Murder Most Foul — a ballad about the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy that became the 79-year-old rock pioneer's first No. 1 hit. [12/07/2020]

Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan »

Eric Clapton & Van Morrison Anti-Lockdown Song

Van Morrison and Eric Clapton have teamed up to record a new single called Stand and Deliver for Morrison's Save Live Music campaign. The song is being described as an “anti-lockdown” anthem and the proceeds are intended to help musicians struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic. [11/28/2020]

Eric Clapton

Clapton/Morrison Anti-Lockdown »

COVID Has “Relatively No Effect on Deaths”

This article was reportedly flagged as misinformation by Facebook, so it's likely accurate information. John Hopkins University deleted their own study, but you can still read it on The Wayback Machine. There's a link in this article. [11/28/2020]

COVID Deaths By Age Category Graph

No effect from COVID »

Netflix fakes cause of walrus deaths

It looks like Netflix has joined the fake news crowd. Netflix faked Our Planet walrus deaths in order to blame them on climate change – polar bears actually were the cause of walrus falling to their deaths from a Siberian cliff, independent video evidence from Russia shows. Narrator Sir David Attenborough blamed the tragedy on climate change, insisting that lack of summer sea ice due to climate change was to blame for the walrus falling to their deaths without provocation. The new video proves polar bears were terrorizing the walrus into plunging over a rocky cliff. [11/20/2020]

High school

Netflix fakeout »

A helpful aggregation from Sheryl Atkisson

This page might be classified as news aggregation. Reporter Sheryl Atkisson has also done a little news aggregation of her own. So let's include her aggregation in this aggregation. Computer programmers would call this “nested aggregation.” It is certainly convenient for information-seekers. [11/19/2020]

High school

Atkisson’s aggregation »

It's Leftism, not racism

Says columnist Walter Williams, “According to statistics about fatherless homes, 90% of homeless and runaway children are from fatherless homes; 71% of pregnant teenagers lack a father figure; 63% of youth suicides are from fatherless homes; 71% of high school dropouts come from fatherless homes; and 70% of juveniles in state-operated institutions have no father. Furthermore, fatherless boys and girls are twice as likely to drop out of high school and twice as likely to end up in jail.” [Opinion 11/18/2020]

High school

Not racism »

Biden taps free speech opponent

Joe Biden's idea of free speech may be to say one thing and do another. He says we should “hear each other,” yet he appoints a Global Medi czar who has called for censorship and speech control. Richard Stengel will take the “team lead” position on the US Agency for Global Media, including Voice of America, the Middle East Broadcasting Networks and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Facebook and Twitter could love this guy. Opinion from Constitution scholar Jonathan Turley. [11/17/2020]

Joe Biden

Biden vs. free speech »

Corrupt voting machine software?

For the media and politicians who preface every report of allegations of 2020 vote fraud with the words “without evidence,” Michael Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell may have it for them. "We're fixing to overturn the election results in multiple states and President Trump won by not just hundreds of thousands of votes but my millions of votes that were shifted by this software that was designed expressly for that purpose,” Powell explained. “We have sworn witness testimony about why the software was designed. It was designed to rig elections.” [11/16/2020]

Sidney Powell

Corrupt software? »

Moderna COVID vaccine 94.5% effective

A preliminary analysis of data from more than 30,000 volunteers showed Moderna’s vaccine prevented virtually all symptomatic cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, the company said in a statement on November 16th. Moderna Inc. said its COVID-19 vaccine was 94.5% effective. (Full disclosure: JD has a position in MRNA) [11/16/2020]


Moderna vaccine »

Demon Doctor

This is neither news nor opinion. It's just an interview with Dr. Stella Immanuel, the Cameroon-born, Nigeria-trained, American immigrant doctor who strongly expressed advice in a famously banned video with several other skilled doctors at a press conference in front of the U. S. Supreme Court earlier this year. That censorship by Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube was just one of several similar incidents that soured JD on Facebook to the point of deleting his account and moving to MeWe. This PragerU video is, for the moment, hosted by YouTube, which has a history of censorship by YouTube. JD doesn't know if anything has changed idealogically at YouTube, but he doubts it, so watch this Candace Owens interview while you can. [11/15/2020]

Candace Owens & Dr. Stella Immanuel

Demon Doctor »

Toilet Paper Hoarding 2.0

Joe Biden has been the ostensible President-elect for only a few hours today, and already there are reports of toilet paper hoarding. JD is sure it's just a coincidence. Please save some for him. :-) [11/07/2020]

Stocking up on toilet paper

Toilet Paper Hoarding »

Dixie Brewing now Faubourg Brewing

The rewriting of history continues with a name change. Dixie Brewing Company is now Faubourg Brewing Company. Dixie started brewing its beer in New Orleans in 1907. Hurricane Katrina destroyed the brewery in 2005, but the company was rescued by Tom Benson, the late owner of the New Orleans Saints football team. The word “Dixie,” once thought to refer to the $10 notes issued by Citizens State Bank (“Dix” is French for “ten,” and was printed on the backs of the bank notes), has been redefined as racist over the years, and thus unusable as a company or beer name. There is no word yet from Benny Grunch whether he'll rewrite the lyrics to his famous 12 Yats of Christmas to refer to a “Six pack of Faubourg.” [11/06/2020]

Dixie Beer

Faubourg Brewing »

Twitter unlocks New York Post account

Twitter backed down on October 30th in its battle with The Post and unlocked its main account after a two-week stalemate over the Hunter Biden exposé. The move came after The Post refused Twitter’s demand that it delete six tweets that linked to stories that the company claimed — without any evidence — were based on hacked information. The Post never budged, and kept the tweets on the account during the standoff — even as Twitter obscured them from view. [10/31/2020]

Twitter Post

Twitter unlocks New York Post account »

French Quarter cops ambushed from pedicab

According to NOPD Chief Ferguson, two officers were ambushed at the intersection of Royal and St. Philip Street, while they were on a routine patrol. The officers were allegedly fired at by a passenger in a pedicab riding through the French Quarter. The suspect fired the shots into the officers' vehicle. [10/30/2020]

Cop Car in French Quarter

French Quarter ambush »

New Orleans Rapper Lil Wayne endorses Trump

New Orleans' own Lil Wayne surprised his 34.8 million followers on Twitter after he endorsed Donald Trump for the 2020 presidential election and touted his Platinum Plan. On October 29, Wayne shared a photo of himself and the president and tweeted, “Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he’s done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership. He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done.” [10/29/2020]


Lil Wayne endorses Trump »

Glenn Greenwald quits

Apparently JD isn't the only one who quits publications (such as Facebook) over being censored. Journalist Glenn Greenwald, who co-founded The Intercept, pulled the plug on it today after it refused to publish his article unless he removed all sections critical of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, the candidate vehemently supported by all New-York-based Intercept editors involved in this effort at suppression. [10/29/2020]


Glen Greenwald quits »

Knife attack in Laplace

A 23-year-old man went on a knife attack that left his girlfriend and her teenage sister dead and his own sister and brother injured Sunday, according to the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office. [10/28/2020]

Sheriff Mike Tregre

Knife attack »

CDC: Most who caught virus wore masks

A Centers for Disease Control report released in September shows that masks and face coverings are not effective in preventing the spread of COVID-19, even for those people who consistently wear them. [10/27/2020]

Hispanics for Trump

Most wore masks »

Jeff Crouere's election take

Jeff Crouere spent an early part of his career analyzing politics at WTIX-FM. Now he does it on New Orleans' PBS affiliate WLAE-TV, Channel 32, and from 7-11 a.m. weekdays on WGSO 990-AM. From Townhall.com, here's his take on the upcoming “Déjà Vu Election.” [Opinion 10/25/2020]

Hispanics for Trump

Jeff Crouere's take »

Guitarist Spencer Davis dies

Spencer Davis, Welsh musician and founder of the Spencer Davis Group, died Monday, October 19 while being treated for pneumonia in the hospital. He was 81. [10/21/2020]

Spencer Davis Group

Spencer Davis dies »

NASA Touches Asteroid

A NASA spacecraft touched the surface of the asteroid Bennu on October 20, 2020, in a mission that aims to return rocky pieces for examination on Earth in 2023 [10/20/2020]

Asteroid Bennu

NASA touches asteroid »

It's not Russian disinformation

The intelligence folks have 100% confidence that the Hunter Biden laptop is not Russian disinformation. Facebook and Twitter may have to invent new reasons for censoring their users on the subject. A senior U.S. intelligence official confirmed to Fox News on Monday morning that recent remarks from Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe about Hunter Biden’s laptop were “100% correct.” [10/19/2020]

Hunter and Joe Biden

Not Russian disinformation »

Big Tech Threat

JD checked his hardcopy of The Advocate this morning for details on the Hunter Biden laptop and email discovery. Alas, nothing. Same situation when he checked his browser's home page (Microsoft News): not a word about the New York Post, a newspaper founded by Alexander Hamilton, and its story about Hunter Biden's laptop computer abandoned at a repair shop and turned over to the FBI. But there was this opinion piece at the Townhall.com Web site. [Opinion 10/16/2020]

Twitter's Jack Dorsey takes oath

Big Tech threat »

Like Son, Like Father?

The New York Post was censored today by Twitter and Facebook. It reported that Hunter Biden's emails were found on a laptop computer brought to a computer repair shop, and that they implicate his Presidential candidate father Joe in an influence-peddling scheme with corrupt Ukrainian gas company Burisma. Twitter blocked users from sharing the Post's story, while Facebook said it would “limit the spread of the article, pending a review by independent fact checkers.” [10/14/2020]

New York Post

Biden Burisma connection »

Pandemic Memories and Mortalities

It's incredible that JD survived as many pandemics as he has--Asian Flu in 1957-1958, Hong Kong Flu in 1968-1969, H1N1 in 2009. There were no masks, no social distancing, no lockdowns, and little in the way of economic dcestruction. When political oponents say Trump bungled the COVID pandemic response, are they saying doing any of those things was wrong? After all, we did almost nothing special during the previous pandemics. Bill Gates' favorite big-picture guy, Vaclav Smil, has an interesting take on it all. [10/14/2020]

Stretcher patient

Pandemic memories »

Thousands of scientists urge end to 'devastating' lockdowns

About 15,000 scientists and doctors worldwide have signed a newly created document urging an end to pandemic lockdowns, arguing that the policies aimed at curtailing the novel coronavirus have produced “devastating” effects on public health. The Great Barrington Declaration, which was released Tuesday and continues to gather signatures, was spearheaded by doctors from Harvard, Stanford and Oxford University. [10/10/2020]

Gavin Newsome

Lockdown end urged »

Case closed: Led Zeppelin victorious in 'Stairway to Heaven' copyright dispute

The Supreme Court refused to hear Spirit's case against Led Zeppelin for copyright infringement this week. They let stand a San Francisco Appeals Court ruling that Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin was differnt enough from Spirit's Taurus so as not to infringe on Spirit's copywight on the song, which Spirit had released two years prior to the classic Led Zerppelin tune. [10/10/2020]

Led Zeppelin

Zeppelin v. Spirit »

Eddie Van Halen loses throat cancer battle

Eddie Van Halen lost a long battle with throat cancer today at the age of 65. [10/06/2020]

Eddie Van Halen

Eddie Van Halen dies »

New York Times admits WHO COVID advice was political

A rare admission from New York Times that defying expert advice, and closing borders in the face of the Covid outbreak was the right thing to do. According to the NYT, the World Health Organization’s bad advice was based on politics, economics and speculative mathematical models not based on real world data, which turned out to be deeply flawed. [10/04/2020]

WHO Logo

NYT admission »

Left cheers Trump’s positive COVID test

President Donald Trump tested positive for the Chinese virus which causes the potentially deadly COVID yesterday. His critics on the Left appeared to cheer the news, some expressing hope that he dies. [10/02/2020]

President Trump

Hope Trump dies »

Helen Reddy dies at 78

Helen Reddy, who shot to stardom in the 1970s with her rousing feminist anthem I Am Woman and recorded a string of other hits, has died. She was 78. Reddy’s children Traci and Jordan announced that the actor-singer died September 29th in Los Angeles. [09/30/2020]

Helen Reddy

Helen Reddy dies »

Mac Davis dead at 78

Once upon a time, in 1972, JD had lunch with Mac Davis. His Baby, Don't Get Hooked On Me was the #1 song in the land. JD's lunch takeaway: Mac is a really nice guy. Now, he's gone. [09/30/2020, updated 5/16/2023 to correct song title from Hooked On a Feeling] to Baby, Don't Get Hooked On Me]

Mac Davis

Mac Davis passes »

Sweden Seems to Have Wuhan Scourge Controlled

Which doctor is right--Rand Paul or Anthony Fauci? The New York Times suggests it may be Rand Paul. Sweden didn't do much in the way of lockdowns or mask-wearing in response to the Wuhan virus which causes COVID-19, but seems to be doing remarkably well after a rough start. [09/29/2020]

Stockholm scene

Sweden doing well »

In New Orleans: Staged accidents, disbarred lawyer, stuntwoman attorney

A complex federal case involving a New Orleans man who allegedly made a living by causing car wrecks, a stuntwoman-turned-lawyer who represented him and her fiancé — a disbarred lawyer and convicted felon — took a gothic turn this week when the accused accident stager was fatally shot ahead of his arraignment. [09/26/2020]

NOPD investigates

Staged accidents »

Florida lifts COVID restrictions

Florida Governor Ron Desantis lifted all coronavirus restrictions on restaurants and bars effective immediately (September 25), saying he is also prohibiting local governments from closing businesses or imposing any restrictions without justification. [09/25/2020]

Ron Desantis

Florida opens up »

China Virus breakthrough?

Researchers recently isolated a molecule that could help create a drug capable of neutralizing the China Virus. Clinical trials involving the drug are set to begin on humans next year. [09/19/2020]

Mask wearing crowd

China virus drug »

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg dies at 87

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a towering women’s rights champion who became the court’s second female justice, died September 18th at her home in Washington. She was 87. [09/19/2020]

Ruth Bader Ginsberg

Ruth Ginsberg dies »

Pemanent lockdown?

Dr. Anthony Fauci says that contrary to the implicit promise numerous politicians made that COVID-19 restrictions would only last “until there’s an effective vaccine,” the arrival of a vaccine won’t mean life will return to normal, perhaps for more than a year. [Opinion 09/14/2020]

DR. Anthony Fauci

Permanent lockdown »

Louisiana astronaut charged

Louisiana doesn't have many astronauts to its credit yet, but James Halsell was one of them. He flew the Space Shuttle five times and retired in 2006. He often visited New Orleans’ Michoud Assembly Facility in his home state to see work being done on the Space Shuttle External Tanks. He led the NASA Return to Flight Planning Team, responsible for implementing the recommendations of the Columbia accident investigation board into the Shuttle Program. But now, he's under criminal investigation for his own car accident, which killed two young girls near Tuscaloosa, Alabama. [09/10/2020]

Astronaut James Halsell

Louisiana astronaut »

LSU helmets cooled against China virus

I don't know, but I been told, Facebook “jailed” a DJ friend of mine for posting a link to this story. They said it “goes against our standards on misinformation that could cause physical harm...” I guess they think the LSU Office of Innovation & Technology Commercialization is either evil or too stupid to invent a safe helmet cooling system and apply for a patent thereon. Here, we let you make up your own mind. Meanwhile, join my DJ friend and me on MeWe.com for uncensored info. [09/07/2020]

LSU Helmet Cooler

LSU's Cool Helmets »

CDC: 6% of American deaths from COVID alone

The CDC just published data on the causes of American deaths from February 1st through August 26th. It's best viewed graphically, and self-described “data freak” Willis Eschenbach has done the graphing. Keep his graph in mind the next time you see a “fact check” telling you how to interpret the CDC’s data. [09/01/2020]

Damage in Kenosha

Death causes »

$30 million damage in Kenosha

JD hopes his drone never has to fly over unnecessary damage like this any where close to his neighborhood. This is Kenosha, Wisconsin as it looks today. And Hurricane Laura got nowhere near it. [09/01/2020]

Damage in Kenosha

Damage in Kenosha »

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