For various reasons, we may be tempted to think the Bible is not practical unless we make it so. We may not mind if a preacher spends more time on Sunday giving advice for living instead of preaching the Word of God.
While the last couple years have offered up some red-hot mayoral races, the 2023 fall ballot will fall short on the same kind of municipal mania.
The Kennedy assassination is back in the news as a series of documents have been released involving the investigation that goes back 60 years.
We would like to believe the rape and subsequent death of a 19-year-old LSU student would be more than enough to prompt university president William Tate to realize LSU is no place for any student who wishes to study and enjoy the trappings of the college experience in a safe and secure envi…
The first rule of political negotiation is never take a hostage you’re not prepared to shoot. That’s advice for House Republicans to contemplate as they gear up for a high-stakes showdown with President Biden over raising the federal borrowing limit.
While the House of Representatives were using 15 ballots to elect Congressman Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) as Speaker, some Republican politicians and commentators grew impatient. Their anger was directed at the 20 Freedom Caucus members who refused to immediately support McCarthy for House Speaker.
Before he was endorsed by the Louisiana Republican Party last fall, Attorney General Jeff Landry was confined to asking most entities for just $5,000 each to underwrite his personal candidate account and $100,000 a piece for Cajun PAC II, his leadership account.
I have enjoyed writing this column for the past 17 years. But I’ve got to tell you, it’s really a challenge writing one each week in this day and age.
Don’t worry, America.
Not such a happy new year if you were a property owner in the Bayou State. Property insurance rates throughout Louisiana are skyrocketing. In New Orleans, the state run insurance company now charges as much as an 83% increase. Headlines in national publications blurted out: LOUISIANA INSURA…
Republican Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser’s best shot in his expected plea for people to elect him governor was frontrunner GOP Atty. Gen. Jeff Landry has a nasty political style and is “not a nice” person. And explains why he passed on exiting his current post.
The frail, mentally incompetent 80-year-old President of the United States wants to serve in the most demanding position in the world for another six years.
While the Republican side of the governor’s race doesn’t exactly lack drama and intrigue, the Democratic side of things has become a downright mystery.
Thanks to an abundance of money ricocheting throughout the U.S. economy in light of trillions of dollars in deficit spending in Washington, state government in Louisiana finds itself flush with cash courtesy of robust tax collections and the like including a steady flow of “recovery” money f…
Do you make New Year’s resolutions? I always do. A New Year always brings with it promise and uncertainty, but this coming year brings with it a greater foreboding than we have experienced in the past. The Chinese have a saying: “May you live in interesting times.” But their definition means…