We've got problems in this country that need to be addressed simply by taking care of the people who live here and work hard here. Now if you're an American citizen and you have bad teeth, by God we're going to fix them.So many people have dental issues and (need) glasses."Dukes of Hazzard" star John Schneider is headed for divorce court ... Elvira Schneider filed legal docs citing irreconcilable differences. You can find the list of John Schneider tour dates here.John Schneider will forever be known as the lovable Bo Duke from "Dukes of Hazzard," but the 53 year-old Mount Kisco native has a new gig starring in Tyler Perry's OWN show "The Haves and the Have Nots." Schneider spoke to FOX411 about Perry, the Dukes, his personal relationship with God, and the portraits of him taken after he heard his father died that went viral. I'm from New York, I'm 53, I have my moments when I'm a nice guy, and more frequently I have my moments where I'm a middle aged aggravated person.FOX411: So are you the only white guy on 'The Haves and the Have Nots? It's kind of like standing in an airplane and someone pushing out your parachute and then pushing you out and saying, 'Try to catch your parachute and good luck! For years I was always the nice guy, so in life I had to pretend to be the nice guy. There's no "Barney Miller" calendar, there's no "Mork and Mindy" calendar. FOX411: Could Catherine Bach's Daisy Dukes have been any shorter?My mother is 81 and the things that are not covered for her are the things she needs.I just paid ,000 for another set of hearing aids for her.
In Louisiana, there’s dirt, mud, swamps, alligators and life — and people generally do what they like to do and take great pride in it. You never know if a guy has or million.” “Louisiana is very European in thought process and how we approach events and food,” says producer Alicia Allain, who lived in Los Angeles for several decades before relocating in 2007. Life moves at a slower pace and it’s not as dog-eat-dog.” “The people are my favorite thing about living here,” says Emily Marshall, a television food stylist who went to New Orleans a year ago for a job and stayed on because she met the man she’s going to marry.It just had a little bit of everything for everyone and there's a trick to that. FOX411: Tell us about the Children's Miracle Network. FOX411: Are you concerned you have to raise money for kids cancer treatments so they don't go broke?FOX411: By the way, do you get some change for those calendars? I'm sure not nearly what is owed but that's a whole other story. Schneider: Well I guess, but what I think there's really something wrong when people who are not from here can get free health care for themselves and their children. Somebody that's working their ass off down the street and they live here, they pay taxes here, and they go broke because they don't have a dental plan.John Schneider wrote a daily general-interest column for the Lansing (MI) State Journal for 24 years.His non-fiction book, “Waiting for Home: the Richard Prangley Story,” documents the life of a man wrongly institutionalized for 15 years.