Political junkies obsess over politics and use numbers taken from election polls to express their own personal opinions on which candidates should win and which issues ought to prevail. They never tire of this chatter because this is their calling and life’s work. Divided as they often are a…
At a town hall forum televised on ABC this week, former Vice President Joe Biden offered his support for eight-year-old children to undergo gender transition. Responding to a question from a mother of a transgender child, Biden said, “The idea that an eight year-old child or a ten year-old c…
Early voting for the Nov. 3 elections got underway last week and will conclude Tuesday, Oct. 27. In light of the extended early voting period for this fall’s election cycle, we must revisit our recommendations for voters on the proposed constitutional amendments as well as a number of races …
A promising program that could save Louisiana taxpayers money scored its first success, but it needs a heavier foot on the gas pedal.
Watching the Senate confirmation hearing of Amy Coney Barrett reminded me of the promise my father made to my sister Maureen to put the first woman on the U.S. Supreme Court.
How do we determine the truth about home prices? Why is it some homes in places like Aspen Colorado are $1,000 psf while in some areas a comparable size home will sell for $100 psf or less?
During a presidential debate in October 1980, candidate Ronald Reagan famously asked: Are you better off than four years ago? Recently released information from the Census Bureau on income, work, and poverty allow us to address that question in time for the 2020 presidential election.
This week, Louisiana mourns the loss of one of our state’s greatest leaders. Governor Mike Foster was a true original who brought his own unique style and brand of governing to Louisiana’s highest office. While he left politics more than 16 years ago, it’s not very hard to find present remin…
The Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana (PAR) recently released its guide on the seven proposed Constitutional Amendments that will appear on ballots statewide in the Nov. 3 election.
Will elections ever be the same? From coast to coast, there is a great deal of controversy over mail in ballots as well as absentee voting. According to some projections, as many as 50% of voters will cast mail in ballots. And these ballots take a long time to count. A number of states don’t…
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