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There is a crisis occurring not only in America but around the world! Realtors and builders are experiencing unprecedented demand for housing and prices are rising at unheard of rates, with wages and salaries not able to keep up, an inevitable crisis is around the corner.

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Ever since the Ringside Politics program started 22 years ago, we have enjoyed an annual tradition. Every year, during Thanksgiving week, we announce our Turkey of the Year winner. Our previous award recipients have included both celebrities and politicians, as well as Republicans and Democrats.

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Across south Louisiana, families and businesses are struggling to rebuild homes and storefronts following two years of hurricanes. At the same time, a public discussion over insurance practices is intensifying, setting the Capitol’s stage for an important discussion about housing-related issues.

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Thanksgiving is a unique national holiday not because it recalls a specific historical event, commemorates those who have given their lives in the service of their country, honors those whose labor brings us the goods and services we need, or reminds us of the significance of religion to the…

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President Biden has just signed the largest infrastructure bill in United States history. It runs 2,702 pages in length to detail the various ways in which $1.2 trillion is to be spent.

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In the interest of “exposing” what he calls a “Tax-and-Spend Spree,” U.S. Rep Steve Scalise of Jefferson Parish has sent out an email highlighting a provision in the Democrats’ proposed “Build Back Better” legislation which would provide favorable tax treatment to encourage hiring of journalists.

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After two years of fear mongering from the country’s political, media and medical elite, President Joe Biden ordered a highly controversial COVID-19 vaccine mandate on September 9, 2021. He authorized the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to prepare these orders for busine…

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From the 2019 statewide cycle through the primary that was concluded this past weekend, members of the Louisiana Legislature have successfully passed constitutional amendments only 50 percent of the time.

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Downtowns are unique developments. When a long-forgotten part of every city experiences a revival, it must find it’s new purpose, if it is not a mall or a power shopping center a small retail center then what is it.

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In Ezekiel 19, the prophet Ezekiel is commanded to lament the fate of Israel’s princes, specifically how these Jewish rulers were devoured by the Gentile nation of Babylon.

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The press is full of triumphant accounts of how Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Biden saved their party, the country, and maybe the future of mankind by passing the $1 trillion infrastructure bill through the House late Friday night. It’s more accurate to say their divided party was rescu…

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The increasingly uncomfortable question for Democrat Gov. John Bel Edwards — magnified by revelations last week — remains: what did he know about the death of black motorist Ronald Greene, when did he know it, and what did he subsequently do about it?

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As the potential candidates for governor shore up their fundraising and messaging games, a Republican state representative from St. Tammany Parish said in an interview last week he is “seriously” considering his own bid.

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The economy is a human system and as with any system built and operated by humans such as the judicial system, the military system, the educational system, it depends critically on the underlying culture – the totality of ideas, beliefs, convictions, ideals, values, principles shared by a pe…

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When Yahweh instructs Ezekiel as a prophet, He instructs him to flee rebellion by opening his mouth and eating what God gives Him. And God’s Word is sweet like honey (Ezekiel 2; Psalm 119).

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Republicans have enjoyed a hot streak in Louisiana, capturing most of our statewide and federal offices and tipping the scales in elected bodies like the Legislature. Democrats, meanwhile, take comfort in having a bench of marketable mayors and a governor with national sway.

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I received an email this week that I think is worth sharing. While it does not concern real estate it addresses a subject that we are hearing about frequently. It will give you food for thought for the future. Here it is in it’s entirety.

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